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[e][h]Protoss Dewalt
Player Information
Andrey Belyaev
August 18, 1994 (1994-08-18) (age 26)
Alternate IDs:
reps)Dewalt, MisaCampo, lambo-_-, gosuprobe., sas.Dewalt, MineralWalk, sas.glOw
Total Earnings:
Bombastic StarLeague 3
FR, reps, sas

Dewalt is a Russian Protoss and currently member of iRk.


Dewalt is a quite new player to the scene. He was member of the FRee FRiends Team from 2010 to 2012. In between these two years the Protoss was overtowered by other Russian players and didn't win any notable tournaments.

When he joined the the fun-gaming pro team in early 2012 he improved a lot, mostly thanks to the training with high class Russians like Tama[1]. He started to enter more and more events, mainly those organized by the Russian community. As a result the Russian was the player with the second most games played in the ICCup Event Rankings of 2012.

His training paid off in mid 2012, when he was able to win Defiler Tour 40 and defended his gold medal a week later. He is often referred to as one of, if not the best, Russian player, especially after he was undefeated in the Russian King of the Hill. However, Dewalt tends to lose games against relatively weak opponents occasionally in early chances of tournaments, mainly because he lives in Novosibirsk and thusly has a time-zone disadvantage[2].

In 2013 he was awarded as 'best Protoss' and 'biggest talent' by ICCup. [1]

In middle 2013 after losing in ro16 in TeamLiquid Legacy Starleague 2 Dewalt announced his retirement from competetive Starcraft: BroodWar and apparently switching to Starcraft 2. After few months, in the beggining of October, Dewalt decided to play BroodWar again and joined sas team for SBWI Teamleague. [3]

In 2018 he placed 4th in BSL 4, and got eliminated in quarter finals in StarLadder Pro Series and BSL 5. In 2019, Dewalt advanced to top4 of BSL 6. In 2017-2019 he won many smaller tournaments, for example, BSL5 Ladder Tour #2, BSL5 Ladder Tour #3, BSL5 KotH, BSL6 Ladder Tournament 3, and many more, solidifying his place as a top foreign player.

In early 2019, Dewalt went on a 2 month BW training trip to Korea. He was playing Broodwar full-time, and got to practice playing against high level Korean players with extremely low latency. His initial plan was to ty to try to qualify for ASL7 but he bought the ariplane ticket in advance, and missed the ASL qualifiers by only a few days.

On March 20th, he won a $1000 challenge organized by Rus_Brain, a BW tournament organizer/sponsor from Russia. Challenge was to get 11 consecutive wins at 2200+ MMR, playing with Korean VPN. Games had to streamed, and webcam also had to be on.[4]


  • Uses reaver heavy strategies in PvZ
  • Went to Moscow LAN in August, despite the large distance between his hometown and Moscow (~3,000 km)[2]
  • Dewalt joined team sas for Gambit's Cup 3 round 2.

Matchup Statistics[edit]

Matchup Games Wins Losses Winrate
vs P 504 337 167 66.9 %
vs T 617 422 195 68.4 %
vs Z 811 542 269 66.8 %
All 2031 1387 644 68.3 %


2020-11-08BA2ndA1MajorBombastic StarLeague 10Bombastic StarLeague 10Dewalt2 : 4 Bonyth$1,200
2020-04-05AA1stA4WeeklyBW Jeez Weekly 64BW Jeez Weekly 64Dewalt1 : 0 Scan$221
2020-04-03AA1stA2MinorRussian ProLeague Season 1Russian ProLeague Season 1Dewalt$259
2019-11-16AA1stA2MinorSC Forever 1SC Forever 1Dewalt3 : 0 spx$144
2019-10-13EC5 - 8thA0PremierRCG 2019: Corrupted CupRCG 2019: Corrupted CupDewalt1 : 3 TrutaCz$262
2019-05-18AA1stA1MajorDefiler Mega TourDefiler Mega TourDewalt3 : 2 Bonyth$450 Russian National Russian National TourDewalt3 : 2 spx$100
2019-03-24CA3rdA1MajorBombastic StarLeague 6Bombastic StarLeague 6Dewalt3 : 0 DragOn$150
2018-08-26AA1stA2MinorBiohazard Super CupBiohazard Super CupDewalt4 : 1 Dandy$226
2018-01-21AA1stA2MinorBombastic StarLeague 3Bombastic StarLeague 3Dewalt4 : 2 TerrOr$200
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