WePlay! Artifact Mighty Triad: Strength. Player Profiles. Group D

Nov 23 2018 4 min read

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As we continue to reveal participants of our tournament, it is time for you to meet players from Group D of WePlay! Artifact Mighty Triad: Strength.

Frederik "Hoej" Nielsen

Country: Denmark
Team: SK Telecom T1
Game Background: Hearthstone

Hoej is the winner of Hearthstone Spring Championship 2017, he plays for SK Telecom T1. With over 30 professional tournaments under his belt, Frederik is one of the most experienced Hearthstone players. Hoej has been playing since the early days of HS beta and has raked up more than $160,000 in tournament winnings. In the past, he represented Natus Vincere and raised a huge CIS fanbase.

The rich experience and personal mastery make Hoej a favorite in WePlay! Artifact Mighty Triad: Strength.

Fun fact: Nielsen likes to stream with his pet budgie named Pidgey. The bird sits on the shoulder corsair style and gives the players game advises.

His Strength is: Grasping the core.

Dima ''Rdu'' Radu

Country: Romania
Organization: G2 Esports
Game Background: Hearthstone

Dima started his professional career in Meet Your Makers team at the age of 17. Rdu can be called the Awards’ collector because he has won many awards, showing excellent results and occupying a niche among the strong players of HearthStone in the Summer of 2014.

In January 2015, Kungen, one of the world's most famous players in World of Warcraft, announced the creation of his Hearthstone team called Nihilum, which included Rdu and his teammate from Meet Your Makers - ThijsNL. Rdu became the world's first two-time DreamHack champion, easily beating HL.Fr0zen in June 2016. 

After announcing on Twitter that he would try his hand at Artifact on October 6, he won the Swiss stage of an Artifact Preview Tournament on October 28.

We expect that another easy win in a tournament is just around the corner for the Top-20 legend.

His Strength is: Creating good gameplans.

Tugay "MrYagut" Evsan

Country: Germany
Organization: compLexity Gaming
Game Background: Hearthstone, Chess

MrYagut started to play Hearthstone competitively in 2014, but he peaked in 2017 after joining compLexity Gaming. He has won Trinity Series Season 1 and went to the final stages of many tournaments throughout his career.

If you are looking for inspiration and game knowledge, check out Mryagut’s steam. He is very positive and shares his decks and tricks.

Back in September MrYagut tweeted that he’s played more than 200 hours of Artifact. We don’t know how many hours Tugay has clocked by this day, but with his immense experience, MrYagut should be a dangerous foe.

His Strength is: Strategy and not giving up too fast.

Andrey “Reynad” Yanyuk

Country: USA
Organization: Tempo Storm
Game Background: Poker, Hearthstone, Magic: The Gathering

Reynad is the founder and owner of Tempo Storm multigaming company with deep roots in both MtG and Hearthstone communities. He is also a popular streamer and an entrepreneur successful enough to be featured on Forbes' “30 Under 30”.

Andrey goes through life with a very positive mental attitude. Even now the title of his stream says, “the best Artifact player in the world”, although he is yet to prove it.

We are glad there are no other Tempo Storm players in this tournament. Would be really awkward to have them play against their boss.

His Strength is: Experience.

We can’t wait to start WePlay! Artifact Mighty Triad: Strength and really looking forward to the matches that will be played out during Day 2.

Check out who's going to compete in Group A. The full schedule of the tournament group stage can be found here.


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