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Player Information
Name:
Sue Lee
Birth:
September 3, 1990 (1990-09-03) (age 29)
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Sue "Smix" Lee (born September 3, 1990) is a community figure, translator, parody song singer and host for esports events. She is the voice in sc2gears and was a frequent guest in ChanmanV's show Wednesday Night Sprites. Lately she has also started to host some CS:GO tournaments.[1][2]

Biography[edit]

Sue became interested in Starcraft BroodWar by watching her brother play.[3] She became interested in Starcraft 2 by watching MMA win 2011 MLG Pro Circuit Columbus.[4]
She graduated in May 2012 from Washington University in St. Louis and double majored in Anthropology and Psychology with a minor in Korean Literature and Language.[5][6]


Trivia[edit]

  • She is from Queens, New York.[6]
  • She went to the same highschool as Pokebunny.[6]
  • She joined Teamliquid in 2009.[6]
  • She's married to former CS:GO professional player Fifflaren


Notable Events as Broadcast Talent[edit]

Date Tier Tournament Position Partner List
2019-09-08 A1S-Tier StarLadder Berlin Major 2019 Interviewer
2019-06-09 A1S-Tier Esports Championship Series Season 7 - Finals Stage Host None
2019-04-13 A2A-Tier BLAST Pro Series BLAST Pro Series: Miami 2019 Interviewer None
2018-07-29 A1S-Tier ELEAGUE ELEAGUE CS:GO Premier 2018 Interviewer None
2018-01-28 A1S-Tier ELEAGUE ELEAGUE Major: Boston 2018 Interviewer None
2017-10-13 A1S-Tier ELEAGUE ELEAGUE CS:GO Premier 2017 Interviewer None
2017-02-19 A1S-Tier DreamHack Masters DreamHack Masters Las Vegas 2017 Host None
2017-01-29 A1S-Tier ELEAGUE ELEAGUE Major: Atlanta 2017 Reporter
2016-12-11 A1S-Tier Esports Championship Series Season 2 - Finals Stage Host None
2016-06-26 A1S-Tier Esports Championship Series Season 1 - Finals Host None
About achievementsBroadcasts from any Tournament

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