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[e][h]Protoss MorroW
Player Information
Stefan Andersson
August 11, 1992 (age 31)
The Infested Terran
Approx. Total Winnings:
Years Active:
2010 - 2016
IEM Season V - Global Challenge Cologne
2010-03-27 — 2012-06-27mousesports
2012-10-05 — 2012-11-18apeX eSports
2013-01-25 — 2013-10-03Western Wolves
2013-10-03 — 2016-07-24Team Property
2016-07-24 — PresentRetirement
Recent Matches
MorroW Protoss Sweden
Ukraine Zerg Bly
January 22, 2016 - 17:20 CET  
MorroW Protoss Sweden
France Protoss Relmer
January 22, 2016 - 15:50 CET  
MorroW Protoss Sweden
Norway Zerg Snute
January 22, 2016 - 15:00 CET  
MorroW Protoss Sweden
France Protoss Relmer
January 22, 2016 - 14:10 CET  
SWE Team SwedenTeam Sweden
Team FranceTeam France FRA
December 6, 2015 - 20:45 UTC  

Stefan "MorroW" Andersson (born August 11, 1992) is a retired Swedish Protoss player who last played for Team Property.

In Wings of Liberty, he was a race switcher, with the preferred match-ups of ZvP, ZvT and TvZ. For Heart of the Swarm, he switched to Terran only, and finally, during the beta of Legacy of the Void, decided to switch to Protoss.


MorroW was considered to be a new player on the scene, only joining the higher levels of the Brood War community in late 2008. Despite this he managed to get some success, amongst other things he managed to finish in 2nd place on the TSL2 ladder.

In Wings of Liberty, he was known for playing an economical, pressure based Terran style epitomized by his 5 Rax Reaper build into expand which he used extensively in the later parts of the IEM Season V - Global Challenge Cologne. He later switched to Zerg, keeping his fondness for economic games, often playing a fast expand style, and become renowned for his midgame macro play as a result. Just prior to 2011 MLG Pro Circuit/Columbus he decided to become a race picker, playing ZvP, ZvT and TvZ (when possible).[1]

In Beta[edit]

MorroW had a successful beta, employing an economical style focusing on mech units, most successfully against Zergs. He won several events, including two CraftCups and ZOTAC Cup #15. His successes during the beta were mostly overlooked by the community since his wins came in the weekly tournaments and not the high profile invitationals.

Wings of Liberty[edit]

MorroW initially found success by taking IEM Global Challenge Cologne, the first major SC2 LAN tournament. MorroW received an invite to the tournament as a replacement for original invite, Brat_OK.[2] MorroW upset fan favorites such as TLO and DIMAGA to make the final where he would defeat IdrA with controversial heavy Reaper usage.

In late September 2010, he began his switch from Terran to Zerg. While MorroW soon practiced Zerg exclusively he would only slowly phase out his Terran in competitive play and did not make a full switch until the turn of the year. MorroW's first major tournament achievement representing the swarm would be placing second in SteelSeries StarCraft II Challenge during Assembly Winter 2011. He would however fall hard to Ret in the finals when the latter exposed some agonizing weaknesses in MorroW's ZvZ.

MorroW was one of the 50 players invited to participate in the North American Starleague. He placed third in Division 1 behind Moon and Sheth and twelfth in the group stage overall. MorroW went on to beat out Socke and NaDa in the qualifier bracket to make the playoffs, where he was knocked out immediately by July. In early June MorroW returned to using the Terran race versus Zerg due to struggling in the Zerg mirror match-up. His decision was made easier by his unique understanding of ZvT stemming from playing both races at the highest competitive level. He has since used TvZ in the Swedish WCG qualifiers, 2011 SHOUTCraft Invitational and DreamHack Summer.

In fall 2011, MorroW was invited to the North American Star League Season 2. He won his division with a 6-1 match and 12-5 game record, putting him at the top spot of Division 3. This would qualify him for the NASL Season 2 Offline Finals. At the finals, he faced teammate MaNa and defeated him 3-0. In the next round he would face yet another teammate, ThorZaIN. MorroW would lose to his teammate 3-1, eliminating him from the tournament.

In November 2011, mousesports announced that MorroW was going to practice in the progaming house of team New Star HoSeo for about three months, where he would be training for the North American Star League Season 2 Finals and the World Cyber Games 2011, and would compete in the GSL as well.[3] MorroW would be seeded into and play in the 2012 GSL Season 1 Up and Down Matches where he would end up going 1-3 in his group, beating Ryung. In his following Code A Ro48 match he would face off against Maru, losing 0-2.

On June 27, 2012, MorroW left mousesports.[4] He later jokingly posted on that he was forming a team with ICA (a Swedish supermarket franchise) as the sponsor together with many other at the time teamless Swedish players, such as NaNiwa and MaddeLisk.[5]

Heart of the Swarm[edit]

From the moment he gained access to the HotS beta, MorroW started playing mech-style Terran all the time, and on November 14, 2012, during TeamLiquid: Attack!, Morrow announced he had switched to Terran full-time [6]


  • Played Terran in Brood War.
  • Started as Terran in StarCraft II but switched to Zerg[7] and later turned back to Terran when playing other Zergs.[8]
  • Has an extensive knowledge of the SC2 Galaxy Editor and contributes to the map making community.
  • Winner of the first major StarCraft II LAN.
  • Won the first SC2BW Weekly tournament.


2015-07-113rdMajorFEST Lyon 2015
Team PropertyTeam Property
3 : 1
Team LiquidTeam Liquid
2015-05-163rd - 4thMajorE-Sport SM 2015 - FinalsE-Sport SM 2015 - Finals
Team PropertyTeam Property
0 : 3$1,217.18
2013-05-252ndMinorSvenska E-sportcupen 2013 VästeråsSvenska E-sportcupen 2013 Västerås
Western WolvesWestern Wolves
1 : 3$1,504.48
2013-05-111stMinorBirdie 23
Western WolvesWestern Wolves
3 : 2$1,514.72
2013-04-022ndMinorSvenska E-sportcupen 2013 NorrköpingSvenska E-sportcupen 2013 Norrköping
Western WolvesWestern Wolves
0 : 3$1,541.39
2013-03-311stWeek. (Min.)SC2BW Weekly #4
Western WolvesWestern Wolves
3 : 0$75
2013-03-122ndMinorDay[9]'s HotS King of the Beta
Western WolvesWestern Wolves
0 : 3$1,000
2013-02-171stWeek. (Min.)SC2BW Weekly #2
Western WolvesWestern Wolves
3 : 0$100
2013-02-091stWeek. (Min.)SC2BW Weekly #1
Western WolvesWestern Wolves
3 : 0$150
2012-07-014thMajorEvil Geniuses Master's Cup Series League VIIEvil Geniuses Master's Cup Series League VII
1 : 3
2012-06-174thPremierNorth American Star League Season 3: Division 5North American Star League Season 3: Division 5
5-3Grp S.$750
2012-05-162ndMinorEclypsia ColosseumEclypsia Colosseum
2 : 3
2012-03-182ndPremierNorth American Star Team LeagueNorth American Star Team League
2 : 3
Team LiquidTeam Liquid
2011-12-222ndMajorIPL Team Arena ChallengeIPL Team Arena Challenge
3 : 5
Quantic Incredible MiracleQuantic Incredible Miracle
2011-11-012ndMinorCerberus 3D Cup 3rd EditionCerberus 3D Cup 3rd Edition
0 : 3$410.01
2011-09-221stMajorEvil Geniuses Master's Cup Series League VIEvil Geniuses Master's Cup Series League VI
3 : 1
Team EmpireTeam Empire
2011-06-171stMajorEvil Geniuses Master's Cup Series VEvil Geniuses Master's Cup Series V
3 : 0
compLexity GamingcompLexity Gaming
$1,250 Tournament Tournament Series
4 : 0$400
2011-06-122ndMinorThe SHOUTcraft 1-day Invitational
2 : 4$400
2011-05-312ndMajorDailymotion CupDailymotion Cup
0 : 4$1,442.77
2011-04-234thMajorCopenhagen Games StarCraft 2 ChallengeCopenhagen Games StarCraft 2 Challenge
0 : 3$780.28 and gametrix Tournament
2 : 3$150
2011-02-122ndPremierAssembly Tournament: Steelseries ChallengeAssembly Tournament: Steelseries Challenge
1 : 3$1,825.92
2011-01-162ndMinorSCReddit Invitational
1 : 4$500
2010-10-191stMinorSwedish SC2 Tournament Pilot
3 : 2$592.12
2010-10-011stShowm. (Min.)2010 Leave No Doubt Showmatch #2
3 : 0$150
2010-09-031stShowm. (Min.)GosuGuide Showmatch #1
4 : 2$200
2010-08-221stPremierIEM Season V - Global Challenge CologneIEM Season V - Global Challenge Cologne
3 : 1$5,000
2010-08-012ndMinorInferno Online SC2 Cup #1
1 : 3$416.11 & Open Invitational
0 : 2$100
Extended list of results

Matches & VODs[edit]

Beta Matches[edit]

First Person View Match VODS[edit]





Matchup Statistics

vs Protossvs Terranvs Zergvs RandomTotal
as Terran148 - 13552.3 %101 - 9651.3 %199 - 18052.5 %4 - 266.7 %452 - 41352.3 %
as Zerg153 - 12954.3 %153 - 12255.6 %54 - 6147 %6 - 275 %366 - 31453.8 %
as Protoss13 - 1056.5 %6 - 275 %6 - 1924 %0 - 0-25 - 3144.6 %
Σ314 - 27453.4 %260 - 22054.2 %259 - 26049.9 %10 - 471.4 %843 - 75852.7 %

Earnings Statistics

1v1 Medal Statistics