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[e][h] Sasquatch
Player Information
Gage DuBose
October 31, 1993 (age 28)
Alternate IDs:
Approx. Total Winnings:
Years active:
2011 - 2015
????-??-?? — ????-??-??
2012-09-22 — 2013-11-06
2013-11-13 — ????-??-??
Recent Matches
Sasquatch  United States
Brazil  Kelazhur
2015-04-04 00:00:09UTC  
Sasquatch  United States
Philippines  EnDerr
2015-04-04 00:00:03UTC  
Sasquatch  United States
United States  Bails
2014-08-22 00:02:53UTC  
Sasquatch  United States
United States  Recksaw
2014-08-22 00:02:22UTC  
Sasquatch  United States
United States  Zen
2014-08-22 00:02:20UTC  

Gage "Sasquatch" DuBose (born October 31, 1993) is a retired American Zerg player.


Sasquatch started gaming with Warcraft III in the year 2000. During this time he played Dota and a not so well known community of "spawn based" micro intensive maps. This genre included maps like Ring Wars, Azeroth Wars, War of the Jewels, Battle for Middle Earth.

With the release of StarCraft II, Sasquatch started by playing Random and continued to do so for many months, where he learned all of the races to a high level. Eventually, he decided that by playing Zerg he had the most opportunity to improve, which lead him to decide to formally switch from playing Random to Zerg.

Wings of Liberty[edit]

Sasquatch's first major tournament appearance was in the MLG Spring Championships and WCS US Nationals, where he scored notable victories over several well known players, such as Machine, YaTa, and HayprO.

Sasquatch qualified for the 2012 MLG Summer Arena, where he made a relatively quick exit following defeats from Alicia and Revival (and a win against Sheth). While this didn't immediately guarantee his position in the coming Summer Championship, higher seed dropouts gave Sasquatch a spot in Group Play. He went 2-1 against both GoOdy and IdrA, but lost against Daisy and First consecutively to be seeded into Championship Bracket Losers Round 5. There he would meet Revival and go down to him 1-2. This gave him the second-highest foreigner placement at the MLG Summer Championship.

On September 21, 2012, it was announced that Sasquatch had joined Complexity proper, having before been in their academy.[1]

On November 6, 2013, Sasquatch left compLexity Gaming.[2] A week later, it was announced that he has joined ROOT Gaming and had moved into the team's house.[3]


In A1Premier Tournaments
2012-08-2613th - 16th2012 MLG Summer ChampionshipcompLexity GamingcompLexity Gaming1 : 2$1,000
In A3Minor Tournaments
2014-04-102ndSHOUTcraft Clan Wars May 2014 #1ROOT GamingROOT Gaming3 : 4IvDgamingIvDgaming$0
2014-03-222ndSHOUTcraft Clan Wars March 2014 #7ROOT GamingROOT Gaming2 : 4CW$0
2014-03-172ndSHOUTcraft Clan Wars March 2014 #5ROOT GamingROOT Gaming0 : 4compLexity GamingcompLexity Gaming$0
2013-06-223rdRaidCall EMS Spring 2013compLexity GamingcompLexity Gaming2 : 0Karont3 e-Sports ClubKaront3 e-Sports Club$200
2012-01-252ndvVv's Wednesday Night StarCraft #26Convergence GamingConvergence Gaming3 : 4vVv GamingvVv Gaming$0
In Premier/Major Team Leagues
Complete list of results in any tournament




Matchup Statistics

 vs Protossvs Terranvs Zergvs RandomTotal
as Zerg46 - 7438.3 %22 - 3836.7 %42 - 7535.9 %7 - 370 %117 - 19038.1 %
as Random0 - 20 %0 - 0-0 - 0-2 - 166.7 %2 - 340 %

Earnings Statistics