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EnDerr is a veteran of Starcraft and RTS. He began competing in Brood War events at only 12 years of age, and seamlessly transitioned into SC2 upon release. In the early years of Wings of Liberty and Heart of the Swarm he was consistently one of the best performing players in the SEA region, with multiple WCS Challenger top 4 finishes, numerous domestic LAN titles, and was even was the number one placed player in the OSC World Rankings at the end of Season 2015! EnDerr stopped playing in 2017-2018 to focus on his studies (Game Development), a field he has great passion for. However he still has that compeitive itch, and we’re happy to offer him a home at OSC Elite as he sets his sights on WESG 2018, and the 2019 OSC + WCS seasons!
“First of all , I would like to thank Eddie for welcoming me into the team. I’ll try hard to fit SC into my study + work schedule and will try to show good results or even surpass my previous achievements.”
“I’m excited at the oppurtunity to work with EnDerr on his return to SC2. I remember back to my beginings of running and playing in tournaments, and he was always there, mixing it with the best of SEA at the time, (mOOnGLaDe, RedArchon, KingKong, etc), even winning the 2nd ever Masters Cup i ran in 2011! He then continued to maintain that high level against the next generation of players up to when he left to pursue his studies. He’s an elite talent, and i look forward to seeing him back competiting against SEA’s best, as well as global compeition.”
– Andrew ‘Eddie’ Edwards, OSC Executive Director
Sydney Stimpack was an offline $1700 StarCraft 2 tournament hosted by Nicholas “HuT” Hutton.
The tournament ran on Saturday, October 13th, 2018 at the Dixon Street FBI Gaming Centre in the Sydney CBD.
We had iaguz, Vivid + Ice attend. All 3 made made it through groups to the top 16 playoff bracket! Ice finished 13th, Vivid 9th, and iaguz 2nd, falling just 1 game short of victory! The guys were able to spend time meeting up with fans (pics below), and celebrated the day together with a Korean BBQ team dinner.
The ANZ Proleague is an online team tournament in the Australia/New Zealand region organized by Blizzard ANZ.
For season 2, five teams will competed over a 4-week round-robin from March 7, 2018. At the conclusion of the week 4 season, the top two teams contested the grand finals on April 11, 2018.
OSC Elite placed 2nd this season! Narrowly losing the Grand Finals in the Ace Match to SYF 2-3. A great season from the guys!
We’re happy to announce the addition of Australian Protoss player Jamie ‘Ice’ Beresford to OSC Elite as our new Player Manager. He comes to the team with a wealth of industry experience, having been on teams such as SYF Gaming, Dynasty, and Exile5 across his playing journey, while most recently coming from a leadership role with Downfall Gaming.
Ice is an OSC Hall of Fame player, with 106 tournaments played in season 2016! We hope he finds his home here at OSC Elite, and can utilize his playing experience, leadership and time management skills to advantage his teammates, as well as push for further individual success!
“It is an honour to represent OSCE and OSC in general. OSC has always given to this great game and our scene in particular, so to have the opportunity to give back to them is great! I know I have big shoes to fill after Elusory’s departure but I’m excited to get to work and exceed expectations.”-Ice
Probe Starcraft League: Championship was an offline $2500+ tournament organised by Probe hosted at the Zen Gaming Lounge, Southbank, Australia. It was the conclusion of the years online circuit. In his first offline event since switching to Zerg, iaguz showed impressive macro and positional play in all matchups, to convincly move through the upper bracket, and take the finals out 3-1.
We’re happy to announce our squad of 5 to represent the team in the inaugural Blizzard ANZ Proleague! OSC has deep roots in the SEA region, so we’re thrilled to see something like this occur, and excited to have put together a great squad for our fans to cheer for.
Demiiaguz Vivid FuelY Elusory
We also would like to welcome iaguz to the team! Affectionately known as the Gimili Terran, iaguz, a veteran of RTS, and in particular SC2, is a name most fans of the sport and genre are aware of, having numerous international premier appearances, as well as domestic LAN victories across a long career! He’s undoubtedly been one of Australia’s best esports exports and achievers over the years! iaguz has recently decided to break ranks from the Terran Dominion, to join the swarm, so we’re excited to see how he does with the race in this 2017 ANZ Proleague, as well as 2018 OSC + WCS seasons!
As an Australian based business, we’ve been looking for an ANZ player to support and round out our team, and in Vivid and FuelY, we’ve found not just one, but two guys we feel are worth investing in!
Both have displayed impressive workrate and potential over the last couple of months, as evident by their performances in recent SEA Weeklies, other online cups, and in Vivids case, a regular in the regional WCS Challenger League.
Working together we expect to see further improvement from both as they prepare for the 2018 OSC + ANZ WCS Challenger seasons. We also look forward to seeing both represent the brand at domestic events, such as the PSL.
OSC Elite with the most players in the top 16!
All 4 guys took home $2,500 + 300 WCS points!