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1437

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Player Information
Name:
Sivatheeban Sivanathapillai
Country:
Status:
Active
Alternate IDs:
Rose
Nicknames:
Theeban
Role(s):
Signature Hero:
Dazzle Shadow Demon Rubick
Approx. Total Earnings:
$229,743
Links
History
2011-08-11 — 2011-11-23
2012-05-17 — 2012-09-16
2012-09-16 — 2012-10-15
2012-10-16 — 2013-09-14
2013-10-13 — 2013-11-11
2014-04-11 — 2014-06-03
2014-06-03 — 2014-12-05
2015-??-?? — 2015-??-??
Team Secret (Coach)
2015-08-?? — 2015-09-01
2015-09-01 — 2015-11-27
2015-11-27 — 2016-03-24
2016-03-24 — 2016-08-19
Team Secret (Coach)
2016-09-08 — 2017-04-06
2017-05-16 — 2018-01-26
2018-03-05 — 2018-09-06
2018-09-08 — 2019-06-20
2019-06-20 — 2019-09-17
Upcoming Matches
No Upcoming Matches
Upcoming Tournaments
No upcoming tournaments

Sivatheeban "1437" Sivanathapillai is a Canadian professional Dota 2 player who last played for J.Storm.

Biography[edit]

On May 18th, 2012, it was reported that 1437 would be leaving It's Gosu eSports to join mousesports to replace the recently dismissed Fire.[1] On September 16, 2012, he left mousesports along with ComeWithMe.[2] He played on Quantic from September 16th to October 15th.[3] On October 15, he announced that he would be joining LGD.international, along with Brax, MiSeRy, Pajkatt, and God.[4] Together they would move to China to practice in the LGD team house.

After The International 2013, where LGD.int struggled and finished in 9-12th place, leaving them without prize money, 1437 revealed in an interview that the team could soon undergo roster changes, and that he had thoughts about moving back to Canada.[5] Moving from LGD to Team Dignitas, 1437 was later picked up by the North American Rejects, and the team was later acquired by Natus Vincere North America. 1437, along with his team, was able to qualify for The International 2014, but finished the event at last placed. At late 2014, Natus Vincere announced the disbandment of its North American team.

With the loss of his team, 1437 began moving to coaching instead, and was announced to be the coach of the newly formed Team Secret. In the lead up to The International 2015, Team Secret became strong favorites at the event, having won multiple LANs despite being newly formed. The team, however suffered a disappointing exit at 7-8th place, and the post-event meltdown caused multiple members of the team to depart, 1437 included. After departing from Team Secret, 1437 returned to playing professionally, and formed his own team, Team Dark Horse, which would later be taken in by Cloud9. 1437's last game under Cloud9 was at the Frankfurt Major 2015, where he finished last place.

With the end of the major, Cloud9 announced the disbandment of its Dota 2 team, and 1437 joined Team Digital Chaos, but had mixed results overall. At the end of March, 2016, Team Secret announced that 1437 had returned back to them as a coach once again. The team, however underperformed even with multiple roster swaps, and the team took last place at the Manila Major and The International 2016. After The International 2016, 1437 joined EternalEnvy and Aui_2000 in leaving the team. Regrouping with former Cloud9 teammates, MSS and SVG, 1437 helped form Team NP.

The team failed in its first opportunity to qualify for a premier event, reaching a second place finish for the qualifiers of the Northern Arena Beat Invitational, but the team was able to adapt from the loss, and was able to qualify for The Summit 6 and the Boston Major.

Trivia[edit]

  • 1437 is the number of letters in each word of the phrase "I love you forever."

Achievements[edit]

DatePlaceTierTournamentTeamResultPrize
2018-11-04AA1stA1MajorDreamLeague Season 10DreamLeague Season 10Tigers3 : 2$125,000
2017-12-10BA2ndA1MajorMDL MacauMDL MacauTNC Predator0 : 2$65,000
2017-11-23AA1stA1MajorChina Top 2017China Top 2017TNC Predator2 : 1$152,130
2017-08-09IC9 - 12thA0PremierThe International 2017The International 2017TNC Predator0 : 2$370,319
2017-06-17CA3rdA0PremierGalaxy BattlesGalaxy BattlesTNC Predator1 : 2$18,000
2017-05-21BA2ndA0PremierStarLadder i-League Invitational Season 2StarLadder i-League Invitational Season 2TNC Predator2 : 3$20,000
2016-12-09EC5 - 8thA0PremierThe Boston Major 2016The Boston Major 2016Team NP0 : 2$125,000
2016-11-13BA2ndA0PremierNorthern Arena BEAT InvitationalNorthern Arena BEAT InvitationalTeam NP0 : 2$20,000
2013-10-18AA1stA1MajorMLG Fall InvitationalMLG Fall InvitationalTeam Dignitas2 : 1$10,000
2013-03-09BA2ndA0PremierG-League Season 2G-LeagueG-League Season 2LGD International1 : 3$8,039
Complete list of results in any tournament
DatePlaceTierTournamentTeamResultPrize
2018-08-25MC13 - 16thA0PremierThe International 2018The International 2018TNC Predator0 : 1$127,661
2016-08-08MC13 - 16thA0PremierThe International 2016The International 2016Team Secret0 : 1$103,852
2016-07-24BA2ndA0PremierStarLadder i-League StarSeries Season 2StarLadder i-League StarSeries Season 2Team Secret1 : 3$60,000
2016-06-07MC13 - 16thA0PremierThe Manila Major 2016The Manila Major 2016Team Secret0 : 1$30,000
2016-04-23EA5 - 6thA0PremierESL One Manila 2016ESL One Manila 2016Team Secret1 : 2$12,500
2016-03-06AA1stA0PremierThe Shanghai Major 2016The Shanghai Major 2016Team Secret3 : 1$1,110,000
2015-08-06GA7 - 8thA0PremierThe International 2015The International 2015Team Secret1 : 2$829,333
2015-05-17AA1stA0PremierThe Summit 3The Summit 3Team Secret3 : 1$115,466
2014-12-07CA3rdA0PremierThe Summit 2The Summit 2Team Secret3 : 0$46,637
2014-10-26BA2ndA0PremierStarLadder StarSeries Season 10StarLadder StarSeries Season 10Team Secret2 : 3$46,796
Complete list of coaching results in any tournament
Date Tier Tournament Position Partner List
2019-05-26 A2Major Adrenaline_Cyber_League Adrenaline Cyber League 2019 Off-site Commentator
2017-04-30 A1Premier Dota Major Championships The Kiev Major 2017 Analyst
About achievementsBroadcasts from any Tournament

Gallery[edit]

Interviews[edit]

2018[edit]

2015[edit]

2014[edit]

2013[edit]

2012[edit]

2011[edit]

References[edit]