G5

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[e][h]Protoss G5
Player Information
Name:
Eric Rothmuller
Birth:
November 1, 1987 (1987-11-01) (age 33)
Country:
Race:
Team:
Alternate IDs:
iRk-G5
Links
History
Qoo, EG, Media, iG, rS, [SomE], [USA], HA, PaiN


Overview[edit]

Eric "G5" Rothmuller is a retired US StarCraft player and played Protoss. He was known for his unique style in Protoss vs. Terran, especially since he often used very dangerous bulldog openings. This enabled him to defeat Boxer during 2009 IEF with a pure force of Dragoons.

G5 never won a major tournament, but had several notable records in tournaments like USA's WCG qualifiers. He never officially retired and showed a quite consistent skill ever since 1999.

Trivia[edit]

  • G5 is also well known for famously beating GoRush with Scouts

Achievements[edit]

DatePlaceTierModeTournamentTeamResultPrize
2021-03-07AA1stA2MinorTeamBWCL Season 52: Div-ABWCL Season 52: Div-AG53 : 2 
2021-01-21DA4thA6Show M.1v1Artosis Worst Map FFA ChampionshipArtosis Worst Map FFA ChampionshipG5 
2020-08-01CA3 - 4thA3Biweekly1v1Have At You! #46Have At You! #46G5Peru  Dandy 
2019-12-07BA2ndA3Biweekly1v1Have At You! #29Have At You! #29G50 : 2Poland  Bonyth$15
2019-11-16BA2ndA3Biweekly1v1EGM Fight Night #8EGM Fight Night #8G50 : 3Poland  TrutaCz$25
2017-08-15CA3 - 4thA2Minor1v1StarCraft Remastered Launch EventStarCraft Remastered Launch EventG50 : 3United States  Nyoken 
2010-09-12AA1stA1Major1v1WCG USA 2010WCG USA 2010G52 : 1United States  Nyoken 
2009-09-27CA3rdA1Major1v1WCG USA 2009WCG USA 2009G50 : 2United States  Louder 
2008-10-05BA2ndA1Major1v1WCG USA 2008WCG USA 2008G51 : 2United States  NonY$1,500
2008-03-15AA1stA2Minor1v1WGT Nations Best 1v1 TournamentWGT Nations Best 1v1 TournamentG53 : 1Poland  MistrZZZ 
Complete list of results in any tournament
2008
  • Patriotic Eagles Tournament
  • WGT Nations Best
  • iG. King of the Hill Season 1 Champion
  • King of the Hill
2007
  • War of the States
  • New Hampshire LAN #1
  • New Hampshire LAN #2
2005
  • Bay Area LAN
  • EvO LAN #1
  • EvO LAN #2
  • EvO LAN #3

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