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[e][h] HayprO
Player Information
Hayder Hussein
June 19, 1983 (age 39)
Alternate IDs:
HayprO, TLAF-Liquid`HayprO, Hayder
Approx. Total Winnings:
2008-05-16 — 20??-??-??
2010-04-19 — 2010-07-02
2010-07-02 — 2012-09-20
Recent Matches
HayprO  Sweden
Germany  DarKFoRcE
2012-07-21 00:00:40UTC  
HayprO  Sweden
France  RiSK
2012-07-21 00:00:38UTC  
HayprO  Sweden
Sweden  Seiplo
2012-07-15 00:00:01UTC  
HayprO  Sweden
Russia  Pomi
2012-07-14 00:00:15UTC  
HayprO  Sweden
Germany  DBS
2012-06-27 00:00:18UTC  

Hayder "HayprO" Hussein is a retired professional StarCraft II and Brood War player from Sweden. He played two races in Brood War, Terran and Zerg, and is mostly known for winning three DreamHack events in Sweden in 2007, 2008, and 2010 for BW.

On September 20, 2012, Team Liquid announced HayprO's retirement. He cited a desire to continue school.[1]

In Beta[edit]

In the StarCraft II beta, HayprO was one of the highest rated Zerg players on European servers. In the TeamLiquid SC2 Invitational 1 he placed 4th (lost to Nazgul for the 3rd place match) and won Zotac cup #5 by winning over iG.Slider. HayprO joined with Mousesports at the start of the beta to strengthen their Zerg lineup.[2] After the end of the first Beta Period he joined Team Liquid.[3]

Wings of Liberty[edit]

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HayprO participated in the qualifiers for 2010 Sony Ericsson Starcraft II Open Season 2 and qualified with the likes of 4 other foreigners to play in the round of 64 for the 2010 Sony Ericsson Starcraft II Open Season 3. In the round of 64 he was defeated by BitByBit (2:0).

After a European tour alongside TLO, HayprO returned to Korea as one of the four foreigners invited into the Code A competition for 2011 GSL March. He was joined by mOOnGLaDe and teammates, HuK and Ret. HayprO would yet again be defeated in the first round 0-2, this time by GanZi. Both sets would play out similarly with HayprO eventually unable to secure late game expansions.

Outside Korea[edit]

HayprO participated in the MLG Dallas 2010 Pro Circuit National Championships but was knocked to the losers bracket early by ROOTDrewbie.

After being eliminated from Code A, HayprO left Korea to join the Progaming House in Stockholm, where he lived with players such as TLO, MorroW and SjoW.[4]

HayprO played in MLG Orlando where he placed third in his group, losing to only IdrA and MarineKing. In the Championship Bracket, he would lose in the first round to Polt.

HayprO had an impressive run through MLG Providence. Being seeded into the championship bracket based on past MLG performance, he initially was defeated by Leenock 0-2, but then he made his way through Vile Gaming's Illusion (not to be confused with Illusion), SeleCT, KiWiKaKi, and NesTea, before finally being stopped by Mvp 1-2, ultimately taking 7th place after winning his consolation match with IdrA via forfeit. He would be the highest placing Liquid player at Providence, followed by HerO who finished 11th.

HayprO spent time living with Nazgul, during which he was invited to attend HomeStory Cup IV, but failed to get out of the first group stage with losses against HerO, KawaiiRice and Naama.

IGN ProLeague[edit]

IPL Season 5[edit]

On July 21, 2012, HayprO participated in the IPL 5 European Satellite Qualifiers. HayprO received a BYE in round one and then went on to take down RiSK in order to advance in to the finals to face DarKFoRcE. In the finals, HayprO defeated DarKFoRcE by a score of 2-0 and was able to take first place. His first place finish qualified him for the IGN ProLeague Season 5.

Back to Korea[edit]

In January 2012, HayprO announced[5] that he would be returning to Korea, to reside and train in the oGs-TL house.[6]


  • Known for his solid macro-oriented style and is praised by Artosis for his creep spreading ability.
  • Is the second foreign Zerg player (after DIMAGA) and the third Zerg player overall (after BBoongBBoong) to have defeated NesTea in a tournament series.
  • Was featured in the Razer Replaypack of the Week #36.[7]


In A1Premier Tournaments
2012-03-18AA1stNorth American Star Team LeagueTeam LiquidTeam Liquid3 : 2mousesportsmousesports$857.14
2011-10-08QO17 - 32ndIGN ProLeague Season 3Team LiquidTeam Liquid0 : 2$1,000
2011-03-27QO17 - TSL3Team LiquidTeam Liquid1 : 2$150
2011-02-23QO17 - 32nd2011 2nd Generation Intel® Core™ Global StarCraft II League March: Code ATeam LiquidTeam Liquid0 : 2$180
2010-11-23SR33 - 64th2010 Sony Ericsson StarCraft II Open Season 3Team LiquidTeam Liquid0 : 2$260.10
In A2Major Tournaments
2012-08-11AA1stIPL Team Arena Challenge 3Team LiquidTeam Liquid5 : 1Incredible MiracleIncredible Miracle$1,285.71 European ChampionshipTeam LiquidTeam Liquid1 : 3$772.62
In A3Minor Tournaments
DatePlaceTournamentTeamScoreVsPrize Asia-Europe Star LeagueEuropeEurope5 : 9Asia$37.39
2010-04-04AA1stGosuCup StarCraft II Invitational3 : 2$300
In A4Basic Tournaments
2010-03-28AA1stZOTAC Cup EU Cup #53 : 2$134.09
Complete list of results in any tournament



External links[edit]

First Person View Match VODS[edit]


Matchup Statistics

 vs Protossvs Terranvs ZergTotal
as Protoss0 - 0-1 - 233.3 %0 - 0-1 - 233.3 %
as Zerg61 - 8043.3 %84 - 10943.5 %56 - 8739.2 %200 - 27442.2 %

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1v1 Medal Statistics