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Chessie

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[e][h] Chessie
Player Information
Name:
Rasmus Blomdin
Birth:
December 26, 1992 (1992-12-26) (age 29)
Country:
Status:
Active
Signature Hero:
Invoker Chaos Knight Lone Druid
Approx. Total Earnings:
$137,957
Links
History
2014-06-?? — 2014-08-19
2015-08-23 — 2015-11-13
2015-11-24 — 2016-08-30
2016-08-30 — 2017-01-02
compLexity Gaming (Inactive)
2017-01-02 — 2017-02-??
2017-09-06 — 2018-05-27
2018-09-06 — 2019-09-06
2019-09-06 — 2019-11-27
2019-11-27 — 2020-07-01
2020-07-30 — 2020-11-18
2021-01-03 — 2021-01-20
2021-01-20 — 2021-04-15
2021-04-15 — 2021-05-14
Upcoming Matches
No Upcoming Matches
Upcoming Tournaments
No upcoming tournaments

Rasmus Johan "Chessie" Blomdin is a Swedish professional Dota 2 player who last played for Chicken Fighters.

Biography[edit]

Coming from HoN along with his former squad stayGreen (that was later signed by compLexity Gaming), Chessie was praised for being a 'HoN God' when word first came out that he would be switching to Dota 2.[by whom?] Being known as one of the best HoN players of the prior season and renowned for his Opheila (Chen), Chessie attracted quite a lot of attention when he completed the switch. Although he was originally supposed to transition along with his former team, he began to try out for top teams such as Evil Geniuses and Alliance. Even though it wasn't confirmed at the time, many speculated that Alliance was impressed by Chessie's performances in Heroes of Newerth and in tryouts for various top Dota 2 teams and wished to add him to the permanent roster. They added him as a permanent standin to compete in Star Ladder Star Series Season 10 and various future events, after the departure of their former mid-laner s4 to Secret Team.

In August 2015, Chessie registered as a substitute for Ninjas in Pyjamas and remained with the team until it disbanded in November 2015, upon which he transferred to compLexity Gaming along with teammates Limmp and Handsken.

In August 2016, Chessie announced that he would take a break from professional play to deal with health issues.[1]

Trivia[edit]

  • He is the brother of Limmp.
  • He has also played Heroes of Newerth professionally.

Achievements[edit]

DatePlaceTierTournamentTeamResultPrize
2020-03-13BA2ndA1Tier 2DOTA Summit 12DOTA Summit 12OG SeedOG SeedOG Seed0 : 3FnaticFnatic$35,500
2019-09-29BA2ndA1Tier 2Midas Mode 2 - EuropeMidas Mode 2 - EuropeAllianceAllianceAlliance0 : 3Sir Sadim's StunnersSir Sadim's Stunners$14,000
2017-10-15CA3 - 4thA1Tier 2StarLadder i-League Invitational Season 3StarLadder i-League Invitational Season 3Complexity GamingcompLexity GamingcompLexity Gaming1 : 2MineskiMineski$30,000
2016-06-18EA5 - 6thA0Tier 1ESL One Frankfurt 2016ESL One Frankfurt 2016Complexity GamingcompLexity GamingcompLexity Gaming0 : 2Natus VincereNatus Vincere$12,582
2016-06-09IC9 - 12thA0Tier 1The Manila Major 2016The Manila Major 2016Complexity GamingcompLexity GamingcompLexity Gaming0 : 2Team LiquidTeam Liquid$45,000
2016-05-14DA4thA0Tier 1EPICENTER 2016EPICENTER 2016Complexity GamingcompLexity GamingcompLexity Gaming0 : 2NewbeeNewbee$30,000
2016-03-20CA3 - 4thA0Tier 1Dota Pit League Season 4Dota Pit League Season 4Complexity GamingcompLexity GamingcompLexity Gaming0 : 2MVP PhoenixMVP Phoenix$25,386
2016-03-05EA5 - 6thA0Tier 1The Shanghai Major 2016The Shanghai Major 2016Complexity GamingcompLexity GamingcompLexity Gaming0 : 2Evil GeniusesEvil Geniuses$202,500
2016-02-08AA1stA1Tier 2Dota 2 Canada Cup - Season 6Dota 2 Canada CupDota 2 Canada Cup - Season 6Complexity GamingcompLexity GamingcompLexity Gaming3 : 0Elite WolvesElite Wolves$24,458
2014-10-04CA3rdA0Tier 1World Cyber Arena 2014World Cyber ArenaWorld Cyber Arena 2014AllianceAllianceAlliance1 : 2Cloud9Cloud9$40,782
Complete list of results in any tournament

Interviews[edit]

References[edit]

  1. "coL.Dota Moving Forward". compLexity Gaming. 2016-08-30. Retrieved 2016-03-30.