(last update: 2017-04-06)
Trent "sLiCKz" Tucker is an Australian ex Heroes of Newerth professional who last played for Natural 9.
Heroes of Newerth
sLiCKz entered Heroes of Newerth BETA in 2009. Throughout the development of the game he has proven himself to be truly skillful player, playing all his games on US/EU servers with a severe ping disadvantage. With his ability to deliver a solid performance against some of the world's best HoN players despite the ping disadvantage, it was no surprise that sLiCKz became a sensation in Australia. His outstanding results in winning first place in every domestic tournament confirms he is completely deserving of his title "#1 Best Australian HoN Player" in 2011.
For two years, sLiCKz dedicated himself as team captain of Australia's #1 team, TT Esports by Thermaltake (formally Frenetic Array until mid 2012). Deciding to dedicate 100% to HoN, his time in Ttes soon came to an end in Dec 2012 as he joined Stay Green. With joining SG came amazing opportunities as his team decided to fly down to Miami, Florida to train in the Stay Green Miami powerhouse in hopes for further success within the scene.
Together with SG, sLiCKz dominated major tournaments in 2013 such as Garena Star League and Dreamhack Summer. Eventually his time in sG came to an end in June 2013 as sLiCKz departed ways due to personality differences.
sLiCKz's remarkable understanding of the game is evident through his ability to draft unusual yet original line-ups that have proven to be successful. Despite his roaring success within the competitive scene both domestically and internationally, he remains to be one of the most well-mannered and respected players in the community.
After departing from HoN in 2013, sLiCKz moved to Dota 2 playing professionally under teams such as Team Immunity and Zephyr. He is undeniably one of the strongest mid players within the Australian Dota scene. In 2015, sLiCKz decided to move to Malaysia to play for Invasion e-Sports. The team succeeded in coming 1st place in the The International 5 SEA Open Qualifiers, allowing them a chance to compete in the region's main qualifiers. Shortly after, sLiCKz returned back home to Australia and joined the newly reformed Can't Say Wips.
|2017-12-09||2nd||Qualifier||World Electronic Sports Games 2017 Australia Qualifier||1 : 2||$0|
|2017-11-26||3rd||Minor||AEF Dota 2 League Season Three Division 1||1 : 2||$393|
|2017-10-14||4th||Minor||Australian Dota 2 League||0 : 1||$0|
|2016-11-11||5 - 8th||Major||ROG MASTERS 2016||0 : 2||$3,750|
|2016-11-06||1st||Minor||MSI Master Gaming Arena 2016||3 : 2||$760|
|2016-11-05||1st||Qualifier||MSI Master Gaming Arena 2016 Australian Qualifer||$0|
|2016-05-13||5 - 8th||Minor||AOC & Rapoo Masters Championships||0 : 2||$0|
|2016-02-07||3 - 4th||Minor||BTS Americas #3||0 : 2||$1,000|
|2014-12-20||4th||Major||Korea Dota League Season 4||0 : 2||$4,999.5|
|2014-11-02||2nd||Major||MSI Beat IT 2014||1 : 3||$14,639|
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