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[e][h] Drewbie
Player Information
Andrew Moysey
December 23, 1987 (1987-12-23) (age 32)
Alternate IDs:
TheWoK, Flash, OoZi
Total Earnings:
20??-??-?? — 20??-??-??
2010-03-22 — 2011-06-12
2011-06-12 — 2012-05-15
2012-05-15 — ????-??-??

Andrew "Drewbie" Moysey is an inactive Canadian Terran player currently teamless.


Drewbie was a long time StarCraft: Brood War player, playing the game for around 8 years. He mostly played 2v2 in StarCraft: Brood War and was at the top level on the 2v2 ladders. Since StarCraft II came out he began focusing on 1v1.

In Beta[edit]

Drewbie started the ROOT Gaming team in beta with CatZ. CatZ recruited many top players from Warcraft III and Brood War. The team blossomed during beta into America's top clan. Drewbie's personal achievements were limited, but he enjoyed great success in team and exhibition events such as the ITL.

Wings of Liberty[edit]

After the Wings of Liberty launch, Drewbie began a strong tear through early tournaments enjoying a streak of success in individual events. He won GosuCoaching Weekly #6 as well as the l2SC LAN in Canada. Shortly after, he won IEM Season V US - Regular Season Cup#2 to gain a spot into the group stage of the same event, to get a chance to qualify for the $12,400 IEM Season V - American Championships in New York. On the 12th of August, Drewbie won his second GosuCoaching Weekly, beating HuK in the finals.

Drewbie headed to MLG Raleigh after having his fare paid by a Poker player where he would place 12th. His showing in the following MLG events would be more impressive. He placed 5th at MLG D.C. before losing to HuK and 8th at the MLG Dallas National Championships where he was defeated by Tyler.

On June 12, 2011 ROOT Gaming was acquired by compLexity Gaming and Drewbie joined compLexity Gaming.[1]

On August 16, 2011 compLexity Gaming announced that Drewbie will be training in Korea for 6 weeks starting September 1. He will be practicing with MvP in this 6 week period before returning to North America to participate in MLG Orlando.[2] At Orlando, he was seeded into Pool A where he ended up placing last in his group. However, he was the only player to beat MarineKing in group play. In spite of this, Drewbie would lose in the first round of the Championship Bracket to Stephano.

In May 2012 he and his friend CatZ moved to Peru.

On May 15, compLexity Gaming announced that they parted ways with Drewbie and CatZ[3] after their contract was allowed to expire. On the same day, CatZ announced the rebirth of ROOT Gaming.[4]


He participated in the GSL Code A qualifiers for GSL October. He lost in the first round to Vampire.


  • Is one of ROOT Gaming's leaders.[5]
  • Famous for harassing his opponents constantly with his "Drewbie Drops".[6]
  • Was a 2v2 player in Brood War with CatZ.[7]


In A1Premier tournaments
2010-10-104thIEM Season V - American Championships2 : 3 HuK$800
In A3Minor and A5Monthly tournaments
2011-03-232ndSpazCraft: Invitational1 : 4 Sheth$50
2010-11-281stThe Canadian Cup4 : 0 Ganon$1,000
2010-11-021stGo4SC2 NA Monthly Finals Cup 13 : 1 KiLLeR$200
Complete Results in any Tournament

Team Achievements

In A2Major tournaments
2012-07-011stEvil Geniuses Master's Cup Series League VII3 : 2$384.62
2011-06-172ndEvil Geniuses Master's Cup Series V0 : 3$272.73
In A3Minor tournaments
2010-12-011stSGL Season 24 : 3$81.25
Complete Results in any Tournament


Beta Matches[edit]

First Person View Match VODS[edit]