MATUMBAMAN

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Player Information
Name:
Lasse Aukusti Urpalainen
Birth:
March 3, 1995 (1995-03-03) (age 24)
Country:
Status:
Active
Alternate IDs:
URPALAINEN, MASTURBAMAN
Role(s):
Signature Hero:
Lone Druid Lycan Broodmother
Approx. Total Earnings:
$3,537,936
Links
History
2014-06-24 — 2014-09-30
2014-09-30 — 2015-08-28
2015-08-28 — 2015-10-09
2015-10-09 — 2019-06-12
2019-06-12 — 2019-06-22
Team Liquid (Inactive)
2019-06-22 — Present

Lasse Aukusti "MATUMBAMAN" Urpalainen is a Finnish professional Dota 2 player who is currently playing for Chaos Esports Club.

Biography[edit]

Dota 2[edit]

MATUMBAMAN made a name for himself by winning the Assembly Summer 2014 LAN tournament with the team Veni,Vidi,Vici, in the process defeating Trixi's team FINSTACK in the finals and the team seppo13 (previously known as Team Menace) in the semi-finals. Throughout the games, MATUMBAMAN showed off his extreme mechanical skill on heroes such as Tinker and Ember Spirit and caught the eye of many Dota 2 fans. MATUMBAMAN later had the opportunity to try out for Fnatic with Trixi, but was not picked up as Fnatic disbanded shortly after. Instead Trixi formed the all-Finnish stack 4 Anchors + Sea Captain with MATUMBAMAN, JerAx, Vaalix, and Buugi in late September 2014. Shortly after in the beginning of 2015, JerAx left the team to join Team Tinker.

MATUMBAMAN was recruited to 5Jungz, formed by captain KuroKy to compete for the upcoming Frankfurt Major, where he was reunited with JerAx. FATA- and MinD_ContRoL complete the lineup. Before the qualifier for the Frankfurt Major started, Team Liquid announced their signing of the squad. With the new Team Liquid, MATUMBAMAN dominated the scene until The International 2016, consistently placing high in top competition. After some disappointing results post-TI6, Team Liquid returned to dominance in 2017, culminating in their victory at The International 2017[1].

In June 2019, MATUMBAMAN departed from the main roster of Team Liquid.[2] He had been a member of the team since its inception in 2015. That roster had been together since January 2017, for a total of 892 days, and was the longest lasting five man roster ever in the Dota 2 scene, to date.[3] Together, they boasted an incredible 68% win rate.

Achievements[edit]

DatePlaceTierTournamentTeamResultPrize
2018-08-24DA4thA0PremierThe International 2018The International 2018Team Liquid0 : 2$1,787,250
2018-06-10AA1stA0PremierChina Dota2 SupermajorChina Dota2 SupermajorTeam Liquid3 : 2$555,000
2018-05-06BA2ndA0PremierEPICENTER XLEPICENTER XLTeam Liquid1 : 3$200,000
2017-12-03BA2ndA0PremierDreamLeague Season 8DreamLeague Season 8Team Liquid0 : 3$200,000
2017-08-12AA1stA0PremierThe International 2017The International 2017Team Liquid3 : 0$10,862,700
2017-06-11AA1stA0PremierEPICENTER 2017EPICENTER 2017Team Liquid3 : 1$250,000
2017-02-26AA1stA0PremierStarLadder i-League StarSeries Season 3StarLadder i-League StarSeries Season 3Team Liquid3 : 1$135,000
2016-06-12BA2ndA0PremierThe Manila Major 2016The Manila Major 2016Team Liquid1 : 3$405,000
2016-05-15AA1stA0PremierEPICENTER 2016EPICENTER 2016Team Liquid3 : 2$250,000
2016-03-06BA2ndA0PremierThe Shanghai Major 2016The Shanghai Major 2016Team Liquid1 : 3$405,000
Complete list of results in any tournament

Gallery[edit]

Highlight Videos[edit]

Interviews[edit]

2018[edit]

2017[edit]

2016[edit]

2014[edit]

References[edit]

  1. "The International Grand Champions". Valve Corporation. 2017-08-14.
  2. Team Liquid (2019-06-12). "MATUMBAMAN moves out of Starting Roster". twitter.com.
  3. Siddharth "Gopya" Gopujkar (2019-06-13). "892 days of glory: Team Liquid’s achievements as the longest Dota 2 squad". vpesports.com.