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[e][h] Majestic
Player Information
Miguel Juliá Rubio
April 25, 1997 (1997-04-25) (age 23)
Alternate IDs:
Majestuoso, el tete.
Total Earnings:
2013-06-10 — 2013-10-06
2013-10-06 — ????-??-??
2014-01-12 — 2014-06-03
2014-06-04 — 2014-06-25
2014-07-07 — 2015-02-06
2015-04-15 — 2018-01-30

Miguel "Majestic" Julià Rubio is a retired professional StarCraft player from Spain.


Majestic discovered e-sports with Call of Duty when he was only 14 years old. In mid 2012, he decided to switch to StarCraft II as he found it more challenging. He improved quickly and in less than a year, managed to get into grandmaster league.[Citation needed]

In Summer 2013 he qualified for E-Star academy, but would later abandon it due to some disagreement with the management.[Citation needed]

On January 12, 2014, he was confirmed to join GIANTS!.[1][2]

On June 3, 2014, he left GIANTS![3] to join Team Spectre.[4] It didn't last long though as he left the team three weeks later.[5]


In A3Minor and A5Monthly tournaments
2015-06-281stGamergy Season 33 : 1 Botvinnik$502.43
2015-02-032ndMyStarCraft Arena #61 : 3 ForGG$236
2014-06-291stGamergy2 : 0 VortiX$955.21
Complete Results in any Tournament

Team Achievements

In A2Major tournaments
2014-07-273rdAcer TeamStory Cup Season 34 : 5$600
Complete Results in any Tournament


  • He was chosen as one of the three Spanish representatives for the O'gaming TV NationWars.
  • He is known in the Spanish community as "el humilde", due to his lack of humility during the E-Star academy.[Citation needed]
  • He received the "2013 Best Protoss player" award from the Spanish media site[6]


  1. Giants and Starcraft 2 starts a new story.
  2. Spain Majestic, nuevo jugador de Giants Gaming
  3. pablochama7 (June 3, 2014). "Call Of Duty and Starcraft 2 movements". Retrieved June 4, 2014.
  4. RealAncestor (June 4, 2014). "Majestic and Revolver join Team Spectre". Retrieved June 4, 2014.
  5. @SpectreSC2 (June 25, 2014). "Majestic leaves Team Spectre". Retrieved June 29, 2014.
  6. Spain Trasgo de oro: Ganadores de SC2