Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
Tomi "lurppis" Kovanen (born January 16, 1988) is a retired Finnish professional Counter-Strike: Global Offensive manager, analyst, and caster, and Counter-Strike player and caster. He is currently the co-managing director of Immortals, after previously serving as its VP and COO, and a co-founder and partner of ENCE. As the in-game leader of Hoorai-69°N-28°E-ROCCAT, Evil Geniuses, WinFakt, and other teams, lurppis was the 49th highest earning player in the original Counter-Strike.  He was also a co-host of [POD]Cast and a Co-Editor-in-Chief of HLTV. Niko "naSu" Kovanen is his younger brother.
- His nickname is derived from the Finnish word "lurppakorva", which "[describes] dogs with floppy ears". 
- "lurppis' 2016 e-Sports Earnings Profile". e-Sports Earnings. Retrieved 2017-05-16.
- lurppis (2016-01-23). "My nickname is derived from Lurppakorva (which was too long with tags), which is basically a word to describe dogs with floppy ears". Reddit.