EnDerr

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Player Information
Name:
Caviar Napoleon Marquises-Acampado
Birth:
December 2, 1992 (1992-12-02) (age 25)
Country:
Race:
Alternate IDs:
EnDerr, Ehrgeiz, dredg, Stellar
Total Earnings:
$20,112.51
Links
History
????-??-?? - ????-??-??
2013-??-?? - 2014-01-11
2014-01-11 - 2014-12-31
2015-01-01 - 2016-08-01
2018-01-01 - 2018-09-01

Caviar Napoleon "EnDerr" Marquises-Acampado, is a Filipino Zerg player who is currently the Vengeance Cup SEA Champion. He is a multiple WCS Challenger player, and have won multiple OSC tournaments. He is back and currently teamless but not fully committed due to going back to school and working, but still competes from time to time, especially with the upcoming WESG tournaments.

Biography[edit]

Prior to playing StarCraft II, EnDerr was a notable premier StarCraft: Brood War player who began competing at the young age of 12.

Wings of Liberty[edit]

EnDerr participated in many major offline events in Philippines. In October 2010, he participated in the very first Philippine StarCraft II LAN tournament, Alienware MPGL SC2 LAN, winning first place after defeating Alvin "Morvhin" Ibasco in the finals. In March 2011, PCX and Mobius hosted their first SC2 tournament, PCX-Mobius Power Cup 1, where EnDerr got eliminated early by eventual champion, Paolo "JaBiTo" Javier.

In April 2011, EnDerr participated in the PCX-Mobius Power Cup 2 to try out his skill once again. EnDerr got knocked out midway by Nigel "zIM" Zalamea. One week later, EnDerr made his presence felt by everyone in the SEA competitive scene by winning SEA Masters Cup 2. He took down RedArchon 2-1, Beethoven 2-1, JazBas in the semifinals 2-0 and then followed by Maltiso with a 3-1 in the finals. Another week later, he redeemed himself of his past failures by taking the gold in the AZK StarCraft II Open tournament where he met JaBiTo again in the finals.

World Championship Series[edit]

2012 WCS Southeast Asia Nationals[edit]

On July 29, 2012, EnDerr participated in the World Championship Series: Southeast Asia Nationals. After defeating JaBiTo in round one, EnDerr fell to RedArchon in the second round and fell to the losers bracket. After overcoming JaBiTo again, he met RedArchon in the finals and won with a score of 2-0, 2-1.

Intel Extreme Masters[edit]

IEM Season VII Singapore[edit]

Having fought his way through the Open Bracket, EnDerr would make it to the group stage. Here he lost all of his games, going 0:5 (1-10 on maps), finishing his group in last place and being knocked out of the tournament.

Heart of the Swarm[edit]

With the release of HotS, EnDerr cemented himself as one of the top players in the Philippine SC2 scene, finishing first place in the MSI-TNC Gaming Cup (SC2:HotS) for seven consecutive legs and the GMPGL SC2 Season 5 PH for six consecutive legs, as well as top finishes in other local tournaments.

Southeast Asian Vengeance Cup[edit]

Vengeance Cup Finals[edit]

EnDerr grabbed the top spot in the Vengeance Cup Philippine Qualifiers, defeating JaBiTo 3-1, thus earning a spot in the Vengeance Cup Finals. In the live finals held in Thailand, EnDerr went undefeated in the playoffs, until he suffered his first loss in the finals against Revenant. Eventually, he was able to close out the series, winning with a score of 2-1.

World Cyber Games[edit]

World Cyber Games 2013[edit]

Garnering the highest number of points in the GMPGL SC2 Season 5 PH Rankings, EnDerr was seeded into the Season 5 PH Finals where he was able to grab the championship and earn the chance to represent the Philippines in the World Cyber Games.

World Championship Series[edit]

2014[edit]

EnDerr played in all 3 SEA/Oceania qualifiers and achieved mixed results. In Season 1 he made his deepest run, achieving 3rd place and a challenger seed, fighting from round 1 of the loser's bracket after falling 0-2 to Probe. In challenger league, he was matched against American Terran Neeb, where he unfortunately went down 1-3.

In Season 2 EnDerr made a surprise exit from the qualifiers in the Round of 12, losing to Crimson 1-2 in the winner's bracket, beating Lobo 2-1 in Loser's Bracket Round 1 and falling to mOOnGLaDe 1-2.

In the final season of 2014, EnDerr again fell down in the first round of the winner's bracket to Probe, this time 1-2. He took down Lobo and Frustration before falling to Alopex 0-2.

2015[edit]

2015 marked a strong start for EnDerr, qualifying for Challenger once again. He achieved 4th place in the qualifier, this time taking down Vivid and DemiLove 2-0 before falling to the loser's bracket, courtesy of PiG 1-2. A 2-1 against Blysk captured the challenger seed and a 1-2 against iaguz sealed his 4th place finish. In Challenger, he was seeded against iaguz (based on WCS points for 2014) and put up a strong fight, but ultimately lost 2-3 to the Australian Terran.

Legacy of the Void[edit]

2015[edit]

To finish off the year, EnDerr had one of his best showings in an international tournament to date. In IeSF's 7th e-Sports World Championship he started the first 2 days of competition with an undefeated 8-0 record, where he went 2-0 over Zanster and NightEnD. He lost in the semi-finals to eventual winner Serral, which set him up against Has for the 3rd place match. Artosis said "this was the match that was talked about during the tournament, where both players are really aggressive. I can't wait." They did not fail to deliver as the series went the full 3 games with EnDerr winning 2-1.[1]

He also finished the year as the top ranking player in SC2SEA OSC Championship 3, more than 400 points ahead of ByuN, PsiArc & Solar. He has had steady improvement from seasons 1 & 2, where he was 3rd in 2014, and 7th in 2013.

Trivia[edit]

Achievements[edit]

In A2Major tournaments
DatePlaceEventTeamResultWinnings
2016-06-192nd2016 WCS Summer Regional Challengers: Oceania, SEA, Japan3 : 4 Seither$1,500
2016-06-193rd2016 WCS Summer Regional Challengers: Oceania, SEA, Japan1 : 2 Seither$600
2016-04-174th2016 WCS Spring Regional Challengers: Oceania, SEA, Japan- : W iaguz$1,000
2016-04-172nd2016 WCS Spring Regional Challengers: Oceania, SEA, Japan1 : 3 iaguz$800
In A3Minor and A5Monthly tournaments
DatePlaceEventTeamResultWinnings
2016-08-141stESL ANZ Winter Cup #82016-08-143 : 1 Probe$500
2016-07-021stESL ANZ Winter Cup #63 : 2 KingKong$500
2016-01-101stAfreecaTV LotV Open4 : 1 Blue$298.99
2015-11-142ndSEA LOTV Beta Anniversary Tournament0 : 4 Blysk$500
2015-03-282ndASL Season 4 Challenger League1 : 5 Spear$100
2014-10-142ndACL Online Series1 : 3 PiG$261.25
2014-04-272ndZOWIE SEA Open0 : 3 Arthur$46.34
2013-09-011stVengeance Cup2 : 1 Revenant$2,000
2013-07-201stVengeance Cup 2013 Philippines3 : 1 JaBiTo$346.74
2012-07-291st2012 World Championship Series: Southeast Asia Nationals4 : 1 RedArchon$1,000
2011-04-101stSEA Masters Cup 23 : 1 Maltiso$73.95
Complete Results in any Tournament

Team Achievements

In A3Minor tournaments
DatePlaceEventTeamResultWinnings
2017-05-102ndDuSt League Season 4$12.27
2016-04-031stDuSt League Season 2$42.86
2015-11-081stDuSt League Season 1$23.08
Complete Results in any Tournament

Interviews[edit]

2010[edit]

2011[edit]

2012[edit]

2013[edit]

2014[edit]

2015[edit]

Gallery[edit]

References[edit]

  1. . December 5, 2015. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rbz9MbZZaiI.
  2. zendex (December 8, 2011). Mineski.net. http://www.mineski.net/news/986-enderr-s-visa-denied-by-kr-embassy. Retrieved November 17, 2013.