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Player Information
Quinn Callahan
Alternate IDs:
CC, CCC, CC&C, Smitty, Quinn
Signature Hero:
Templar Assassin Windranger Puck
Approx. Total Earnings:
2016-04-29 — 2016-09-02
2017-01-05 — 2017-01-16
2017-??-?? — 2017-05-23
2017-05-23 — 2017-??-??
2017-09-05 — 2017-09-26
2017-09-26 — 2018-09-05
2018-09-16 — 2018-11-21
2019-03-24 — 2019-07-21
2019-07-24 — 2019-09-20
2019-09-27 — 2019-11-05
2019-11-05 — Present
Upcoming Matches
No Upcoming Matches
Upcoming Tournaments
No upcoming tournaments

Quinn "CCnC" Callahan is an American professional Dota 2 player who currently plays for Chaos Esports Club.


Quinn started Dota 2 in December 2012 and later reached 8500 MMR in early 2017 through grinding ranked matches. He was first known playing for FDL for two periods and later played for is GG and Team Freedom for a short duration, later being invited as an analyst for the English talent of the The International 2017. [1]

Following the International, CCnC was invited by the returning ppd, who was previously in administrative duties with EG, to form a team called The Dire. Shortly after the team's establishment, it was later picked up by OpTic Gaming and on the 16th April, the team won their first tournament at Starladder i-League Invitaional 5. The achievement heralded CCnC's first win in the current circuit season, but also his maiden LAN win in his professional career. [2]


  • CC&C stands for Cool, Calm and Collected.
  • In January 2017, CC&C infamously told mason "If you make a lan [sic] (Note: with Team Onyx), I'll quit Dota".[3] Despite mason qualifying for The Kiev Major 2017 as a member of Team Onyx, CC&C did not retire, eventually joining Team Freedom. The two would end up meeting each other in the grand finals of the The International 2017 North America Qualifier, with mason, now a member of Digital Chaos, advancing to The International 2017 following a 3-0 victory.
  • Many player transfers during the beginning of the 2017-2018 season were leaked by a reddit user named lgdamefan. A common allegation was that the account belonged to CCnC. This allegation became so popular, it became a meme and the inspiration behind a BTS skit starring CCnC and Ame.[4]


2019-11-10BA2ndA1MajorDOTA Summit 11DOTA Summit 11Chaos Esports Club0 : 3$60,000
2019-08-22IC9 - 12thA0PremierThe International 2019The International 2019Newbee1 : 2$686,602
2019-02-24BA2ndA1MajorMDL Macau 2019MDL Macau 2019Evil Geniuses1 : 3$60,000
2018-08-23GA7 - 8thA0PremierThe International 2018The International 2018OpTic Gaming1 : 2$638,304
2018-06-09EA5 - 6thA0PremierChina Dota2 SupermajorChina Dota2 SupermajorOpTic Gaming0 : 2$90,000
2018-05-27BA2ndA0PremierESL One Birmingham 2018ESL One Birmingham 2018OpTic Gaming0 : 3$200,000
2018-04-15AA1stA1MajorStarLadder ImbaTV Invitational Season 5StarLadder ImbaTV Invitational Season 5OpTic Gaming3 : 1$135,000
2018-04-05GA7 - 8thA0PremierDota 2 Asia Championships 2018Dota 2 Asia Championships 2018OpTic Gaming0 : 1$35,000
2018-03-11EC5 - 8thA0PremierThe Bucharest MajorThe Bucharest MajorOpTic Gaming0 : 2$30,000
2017-12-10BA2ndA1MajorROG MASTERS 2017ROG MASTERS 2017OpTic Gaming2 : 3$58,800
Complete list of results in any tournament
Date Tier Tournament Position Partner List
About achievementsBroadcasts from any Tournament






  1. Gamerhcp (2017-07-22). "The International 7 hosts announced".
  2. Patrick Bonifacio (2018-04-17). "OpTic Gaming wins first Pro Circuit event at SLi Invitational".
  3. "CCNC told Mason, If your team makes a LAN, I'll quit Dota". YouTube. 2017-01-27.
  4. "LGD Ame Fan". BeyondTheSummit. 2017-12-07.