sleepy

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Player Information
Name:
Nikola Andrews
Birth:
September 16, 1998 (1998-09-16) (age 21)
Country:
Status:
Approx. Total Earnings:
$25,219
Alternate IDs:
awakey, Ferris
Common Team Role(s):
Signature Hero:
Links
History
2017-??-?? - 2017-03-19
2017-09-28 - 2019-04-19
2019-04-19 - 2019-10-11

Nikola "sleepy" Andrews is an American Flex Support player who recently played for the Washington Justice in the Overwatch League.

Gear and settings[edit]

Mouse settings (list of) (calculate)
Mouse Curvature Circumference Mouse Setup Sensitivity Zoom
Logitech
G Pro Wireless
1267 MPI
0.831 deg/mm
17 in/rev
43.3 cm/rev
800 CPI 4.00 30%
No date of last update specified!
Hardware
Mouse Mousepad
Logitech G Pro Wireless Artisan Shidenkai FX MID/XL
Monitor Refresh rate In-game resolution
ASUS VG248QE 144 Hz 1920×1080
Keyboard Headset
Logitech G Pro HyperX Cloud II
Router
NETGEAR Nighthawk Pro Gaming XR500
Last updated on 2018-08-13 (455 days ago).

History[edit]

Early Years[edit]

Nikola Andrews was born in Topeka, Kansas on September 16th, 1998. Growing up, he and his brother played many games on Console. He played his first PC game when he was 12, which was Team Fortress 2. While he wanted to play professionally for whatever game he played, he knew he had a chance with Overwatch when he was playing against other professionals on Ladder while holding his ground, sometimes beating them.[1] His dream to be a professional gamer would come true when he was first picked up by Tempo Storm NA in early 2017.

Professional Career[edit]

Tempo Storm NA (Early 2017)[edit]

Sometime early 2017, Tempo Storm NA rebrands their Overwatch team after a series of leaving players, picking up played DreamKazper, jkw, wolf, and sleepy. Sleepy played his first game with Tempo Storm NA in the Haste Overwatch tournament. He would beat teams Gale Force eSports and Counter Logic Gaming, but would lose to team Hammers eSports, achieving second place in his first tournament as a professional. While he played in a handful of tournaments after that, Tempo Storm NA would usually lose on the first round of the tournaments, unable to find a medal. Sleepy would not win a gold medal until a month later. On March 16th, 2017, Tempo Storm NA would participate in the Overwatch PIT Championship - North America Season 1 Open Qualifier. They ended up losing in the Quarterfinals to Counter Logic Gaming, and would not qualify for the Overwatch Pit Championship. 3 days later, Sleepy announced through his Twitter that he had left the team, and would be a free agent. [2]

San Francisco Shock (Sep 2017 — April 2019)[edit]

On June 23rd, 2017, dummy left NRG eSports. Sleepy ended up trying out for NRG as a flex support to fill in dummy’s spot permanently. By the time Sleepy qualified for the team, NRG eSports announced that they would have a spot in the Overwatch League as the San Francisco Shock. On September 28th, 2017, San Francisco Shock officially announced their roster, and it was revealed that sleepy had made the team. [3]. On April 19th, 2019, he was transferred to the Washington Justice.

Achievements[edit]

Date Placement Tier Tournament Team Result Prize
2019-03-24 A22nd A2Major Overwatch League Overwatch League - 2019 Stage 1 Playoffs 3 : 4 $100,000
2018-11-10 I1W A4Misc California Cup California Cup 2018 - Oakland 3 : 0 $0
2018-08-26 I1W A7Showm. Overwatch League OWL All-Stars 2018 - Lockout Elimination 2 : 1 $0
2018-06-17 A99th A1Premier Overwatch League Overwatch League - Inaugural Season 17/23 Grp. S. $50,000
2017-07-08 A11st A3Minor The Overguard The Overguard: Haste Overwatch $1k Series 2 3 : 0 $780
2017-06-26 A11st A6Weekly Academy Gaming Academy Gaming Overwatch Weekly #57 2 : 0 $96
2017-03-14 A22nd A6Weekly Rivalcade Rivalcade Weekly #4 North America 0 : 2 $120
2017-02-28 A33rd A6Weekly Rivalcade Rivalcade Weekly #2 North America 2 : 0 $150
2017-02-04 A22nd A3Minor Haste Overwatch 0 : 3 $150
2016-09-13 A22nd A6Weekly Academy Gaming Academy Gaming Overwatch Weekly #16 2 : 0 $20.8
About achievementsComplete Results in any Tournament

Media[edit]

April 27, 2019: Sleepy Interview: Bringing Everything I’ve Learned to Bear by Brandon Padilla at The Game Haus

References[edit]

  1. Sleepy gave this information to a Liquipedia contributor in private for use on this page
  2. sleepy leaves Tempo Storm NA
  3. Introducing San Francisco's official @OverwatchLeague roster...