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Player Information
Tobias Sieber
February 23, 1994 (age 28)
Die Mauer
Approx. Total Winnings:
Approx. Winnings 2022:
EPT EU rank:
Years active:
2012 - Present
WCS SpringWCS Spring
2012-09-17 — 2013-01-02
2013-02-15 — 2014-08-01
2014-09-18 — 2015-04-30
2015-06-04 — 2015-07-19
2015-12-11 — 2016-12-23
2017-01-01 — 2019-01-01
2019-02-12 — 2019-12-31
2020-02-11 — Present
Upcoming Matches
ShoWTimE  Germany
Finland  Serral
2022-09-30 19:00:00UTC  
ShoWTimE  Germany
Germany  ForJumy
2022-10-01 19:00:00UTC  
ShoWTimE  Germany
France  DnS
2022-10-04 16:00:00UTC  
Recent Matches
ShoWTimE  Germany
Ukraine  Bly
2022-09-28 18:00:00UTC  
ShoWTimE  Germany
France  Clem
2022-09-26 20:00:00UTC  
ShoWTimE  Germany
Poland  Elazer
2022-09-26 17:40:23UTC  
ShoWTimE  Germany
Poland  Krystianer
2022-09-26 16:55:18UTC  
ShoWTimE  Germany
Ukraine  DIMAGA
2022-09-26 00:00:07UTC  
For other people named Showtime see Showtime.

Tobias "ShoWTimE" Sieber (born February 23, 1994) is a German Protoss player who is currently playing for BIG.



ShoWTimE feels the most comfortable in straight macro games, and tries to gain advantages by out-macroing his opponent, although he is also able to show well executed all-ins. Therefore, his favorite player is Rain, because of his solid macro play style.[1]


Since the release of the game in 2010, ShoWTimE has been playing the game constantly but only turned professional shortly after finishing high school in June 2012. In September 2012, it was announced that ShoWTime would join Vega Squadron,[2] a team that ended up closing in January 2013.[3] A month later, he joined ESC Gaming.[4] On 1 August 2014 he left ESC Icybox and was looking for a new team.

On September 18, 2014, he was picked up by Team ALTERNATE.

On April 30, 2015, it was announced that he would be leaving Team ALTERNATE.[5][6]

Wings of Liberty[edit]

He regularly played the qualifier for ESET Winter Masters 2012. In the end he collected enough points to qualify for the round of 16 of this tournament. The round of 16 was played online and only the top eight players were able to participate in the offline part taking place in Hamburg, Germany. He lost his match against Satiini but because Satiini was not able to attend at the offline event ShoWTimE earned his spot. On 19 January 2013 he faced his round of 8 opponent GoOdy against whom he lost and therefore being eliminated from the tournament. In February 2013 ESC ICYBOX announced that ShoWTimE would play for their team from there on.

Heart of the Swarm[edit]


ShoWTimE scored a second place in the ESET Masters 2013: Season 1 tournament. He later qualified for the 2013 WCS Season 2 Europe Challenger League. There, he lost to Premier League player BabyKnight to fall to the group stage. He defeated both TargA and San 2-1 to qualify for the 2013 WCS Europe Season 3 Premier League. In the Round of 32, he surprisingly defeated Mvp twice with 2-1 scores, securing him a place in the Round of 16. In the Ro16, ShoWTimE placed last in his group, losing to ForGG and Nerchio.

At the end of the year, ShoWTimE was able to reach the semi-finals of the EPS Winter Season 2013 in Cologne but was defeated by Socke.


2014 started good for ShoWTimE as he was able to qualify for the 2014 WCS Season 1 Europe Premier League, as well as winning the EPS Germany Spring Season 2014, winning against Patience 3-2 in the finals and proving himself as one of the best German players.

ShoWTimE went on to dominate the ESL Pro Series Germany in 2014, making it to the finals in all three seasons and winning twice. Unfortunately, he did not have the same success on international stages. He fell to Challenger League in the second season of WCS.

In June 2014, ShoWTimE participated in the 2014 DreamHack Open: Summer, his first Dreamhack event, and made it to the Ro16.

ShoWTimE made Premier league once again in the third season of WCS and shortly after it was announced that he had joined Team Alternate.


ShoWTimE qualified for the newly announced and heavily changed 2015 WCS Season 1. In his Ro32, group he won against iAsonu and MorroW, finishing first while luckily avoiding the group favorite Hydra. The Ro16, which was held in Poitiers, France was also no problem for ShoWTimE as he advanced as second of his group to the quarter-finals. There he met Kane, who to the surprise of many had won his Ro16 group. ShoWTimE strongly defeated Kane with 3-1, advancing to the semi-finals. Already being the underdog in this series against Hydra, ShoWTimE did not show his best games and lost 0-3. Still, this finish showed that ShoWTime was one of the up and coming Protoss players in Europe.

Because of his semi-final finish in Season 1, expectations were high for ShoWTimE in season 2 and he was heavily favoured against the WCS debutant Elazer. Surprisingly, ShoWTimE lost 1-3 against Elazer. On top of that, only one day later, it was announced that ShoWTime and Team Alternate had parted ways.

During this period, ShoWTime once again focused on the ESL Meisterschaft (formerly ESL Pro Series), after not participating in the Spring Season. In the Summer season, he was not able to repeat his 2014 success, losing in the semifinals against HeRoMaRinE. He also was invited to HomeStory Cup XI for the first time, but he dropped out early, in the Ro32.

After his disappointing WCS Season 2 finish, ShoWTimE was eager to repeat his Season 1 success. In his Challenger match, he had to play NaNiwa, whom he defeated in a close 3-2 series. In the Ro32, ShoWTime was seeded into a tough group with Jaedong, Sen and EPS rival HeRoMaRinE. Despite initially winning against Sen, ShoWTimE was not able to advance as he finished third in his group, while HeRoMaRinE finished last. This was ShoWTime's last appearance in a premier HotS tournament and he started practicing for Legacy of the Void around this time.

Legacy of the Void[edit]


ShoWTimE qualified for the first LotV premier tournament, the DreamHack ROCCAT LotV Championship. He advanced as second of his group, only losing against PartinG and Bly. In the playoffs, he went on to beat three Zerg players, Elazer, Bly and Nerchio, in a row before losing to PartinG. ShoWTimE finished fourth overall, earning himself $3,000.

About one week later, ShoWTime faced HeRoMaRinE in the finals of the ESL Meisterschaft: Winter Season 2015. This marked the third time these two players met in a final of an EPS/ESL Meisterschaft. Having split the first two finals meeting, ShoWTimE closely won 3-2 this time, winning his third EPS/ESL Meisterschaft championship almost exactly one year after his second.

ShoWTime's success was not unrecognized and thus he was finally picked up by a team again. He joined Millenium on 11 December 2015.[7] Six days later, he made his debut for Millenium by participating in the HomeStory Cup XII. He was able to reach the quarter-finals, where he lost to FireCake 0-3.


Despite not being able to succeed in the qualifiers, ShoWTimE participated in the 2016 DreamHack Open: Leipzig. He easily advanced in the group stage beating Beastyqt and ZhuGeLiang. In the Ro16, ShoWTimE faced his teammate MarineLorD, whom he defeated closely 3-2. In the next round, he once again faced a teammate in Lilbow. ShoWTimE won 3-1 and thus moved on to the quarterfinals. There, he met the last remaining Terran player, uThermal. uThermal showed unique strategies, surprising ShoWTimE with a one-base cloaked ghost rush on the first map. ShoWTimE was not able to comeback and lost the series 1-3, ending his Dreamhack run in the Ro8.

In Tours, France, for the Spring WCS Spring Circuit Championship, ShoWTimE defeated Nerchio, 4-3 in the grand finals to win $35,000 and garner 3,000 WCS Circuit points, making the jump from rank 20 to rank 2 in the WCS Standings. As a result, ShoWTimE secured the second of three automatic seeds to the 2016 WCS Global Playoffs.

This PvZ matchup was a rematch from the Round of 32 at the WCS Winter Championship in which Nerchio defeated ShoWTimE, 3-2. On stage before the matchup, Nerchio stated that, "We both showed which region is the best outside of Korea, now I'm going to show you who is the best in Europe". ShoWTimE responded by saying, "I know you think you are better than me, but today you can't stop me and I'm taking home that trophy".

On his way to his Championship in Tours, ShoWTimE faced four Zerg opponents. He did dodge playing Snute in the Round of 16 as Guru knocked the Norwegian Zerg player out in the Round of 32. Being known for his solid defensive play in PvZ, he included early aggression timings to be less predictable.[8]

On December 23, 2016 he left Millenium. [9]


On January 1, 2017 it was announced that he had joind the newly formed ArmaTeam founded by Millenium's former manager Llewellys. The WESG 2016 Main Event was the first tournament he played under ArmaTeam's banner. In the group stage he placed second only losing to TY. His first playoff match was against Elazer. ShoWTimE defeated him 3-0. The next opponent was the Chinese Terran XY. As in the first playoff match ShoWtimE was once again able to beat his opponent 3-0. In the semifinal he faced Maru, one of the favourites to win this tournament. At this point both had a multi map win streak in this tournament, ShoWTimE winning the last 14 maps and Maru winning 13, not dropping a single map so far. But like the other players, SHoWTimE was not able to take away a map of Maru losing 3-0 and dropping down to the 3rd place match. There he faced Neeb who had lost against the other Korean Terran in the tournament, TY, in his semifinal. SHoWTimE lost once again and placed fourth in the end.


In A1Premier Tournaments
2022-09-043rdTeamLiquid StarLeague 9BIGBIG2 : 4$4,000
2021-12-12AwardTeamLiquid StarLeague 8: Most Efficient ArmyBIGBIG– : –$1,000
2021-10-173rdDH SC2 Masters 2021 Winter: EuropeBIGBIG0 : 3$4,725
2019-08-182nd2019 GSL vs. The World: Teams CompetitionTeam Serral3 : 5Team Dark$206.50
2019-07-143rd - 4th2019 WCS SummerMkersMkers1 : 3$6,000
2018-08-052nd2018 GSL vs. The World: Teams CompetitionMaru2 : 5Team Serral$334.13
2018-07-143rd - 4th2018 WCS ValenciaArmaTeamArmaTeam2 : 3$6,500
2018-01-282nd2018 WCS LeipzigArmaTeamArmaTeam2 : 4$10,000
2017-08-062nd2017 GSL vs. The World: Teams CompetitionWorld All StarsWorld All Stars1 : 7Korean All StarsKorean All Stars$0
2017-01-213rd - 4thStarCraft II: NationWars IVGermanyGermany1 : 4South KoreaSouth Korea$1,250
2017-01-154thWorld Electronic Sports Games 2016ArmaTeamArmaTeam1 : 3$20,000
2016-09-112ndWCS Copa IntercontinentalMilleniumMillenium2 : 4$10,000
2016-07-303rd - 4thIEM Season XI - ShanghaiMilleniumMillenium0 : 3$5,000
2016-05-161st2016 WCS Circuit: Spring Circuit ChampionshipMilleniumMillenium4 : 3$35,000
2015-11-284thDreamHack ROCCAT LotV Championship1 : 3$3,000
2015-04-053rd - 4th2015 WCS Season 1 Premier LeagueTeam ALTERNATETeam ALTERNATE0 : 3$10,000
In A2Major Tournaments
2022-01-253rdOSC Championship Season 9BIGBIG2 : 3$400
2022-01-091stWTL 2021 Winter: WTL vs The WorldTeam World5 : 4Team WTL$1,967.02
2021-07-121stWardiTV Team Liquid Map Contest #7BIGBIG4 : 3$1,120
2021-01-112ndOSC Championship Season 8BIGBIG1 : 4$500
2020-06-144thWardiTV Spring ChampionshipBIGBIG2 : 3$400
2020-02-023rd - 4thWardiTV 20201 : 3$500
2019-05-042nd2019 WCS Spring: Europe QualifierMkersMkers2 : 4$1,200
2017-11-264thWESG 2017 - European QualifierArmaTeamArmaTeam1 : 3$2,500
2017-08-191st2017 WCS Montreal - EuropeArmaTeamArmaTeam3 : 0$1,600
2017-05-072ndTaKe's Penthouse Party 2ArmaTeamArmaTeam0 : 4$900
2017-04-081st2017 WCS Austin - EuropeArmaTeamArmaTeam3 : 2$1,600
2016-08-273rdWorld Cyber Arena 2016: Europe QualifierMilleniumMillenium3 : 0$3,016.48
2016-08-201stBonjwa CupMilleniumMillenium3 : 2$3,397.64
2016-07-081st2016 WCS Summer Regional Challengers: EuropeMilleniumMillenium3 : 2$1,600
2016-05-083rd - 4thESL Meisterschaft - Spring Season 2016MilleniumMillenium1 : 3$444.63
2016-04-092nd2016 WCS Spring Regional Challengers: EuropeMilleniumMillenium3 : 2$1,200
2015-12-051stESL Meisterschaft - Winter Season 20153 : 2$1,683.40
2015-07-213rd - 4thESL Meisterschaft - Summer Season 20151 : 3$308.60
2014-12-121stESL Pro Series Germany - Winter Season 2014Team ALTERNATETeam ALTERNATE3 : 1$3,737
2014-08-132ndESL Pro Series Germany - Summer Season 20140 : 3$2,004.77
2014-05-021stESL Pro Series Germany - Spring Season 2014ESC GamingESC Gaming3 : 2$4,162.02
2013-12-153rd - 4thESL Pro Series Germany - Winter Season 2013ESC IcyboxESC Icybox2 : 3$755.51
2013-10-021st - 8th2013 WCS Season 3 Europe: Challenger LeagueESC IcyboxESC Icybox2 : 0$300
In A3Minor Tournaments
2019-07-291stBonjwa Fight Night ClubMkersMkers4 : 1$1,540
2017-04-161stGamers Assembly 2017ArmaTeamArmaTeam4 : 1$1,698
In Premier/Major Team Leagues
Complete list of results in any tournament



External links[edit]

First Person View Match VODS[edit]


Matchup Statistics

 vs Protossvs Terranvs Zergvs RandomTotal
as Protoss973 - 43069.4 %870 - 61858.5 %1030 - 58963.6 %5 - 0100 %2878 - 163763.7 %
as Zerg5 - 271.4 %0 - 0-0 - 0-0 - 0-5 - 271.4 %
as Random0 - 0-0 - 0-0 - 0-16 - 3134 %16 - 3134 %

Earnings Statistics

1v1 Medal Statistics



  1. [1] "At the moment I am a huge fan of SK Telecom T1 Rain. I find his playstyle very impressive, because in contrast to most other Protoss players, who rely a lot on all-ins and timing attacks, he plays more defensively and tries to make the games last longer, to achieve victory through his better understanding of the game and his mechanics."
  2. Russia "ShoWTimE новый игрок Vega Squadron". 2012-09-23.
  3. "Vega to close Starcraft 2 WoL squad". 2013-01-02.
  4. Germany It's ShoWTimE! ESC Gaming
  5. Musicus (30 April 2015). "ShoWTimE and Team Alternate part ways". Retrieved 30 April 2015.
  6. SC2ShoWTimE (30 April 2015). "ShoWTimE's update on his career including announcement that he has left Team Alternate". Retrieved 30 April 2015.
  7. SetGuitarsToKill (11 December 2015). "ShoWTimE joins Millenium". Retrieved 29 December 2015.
  8. 2016-05-17 | SC2 - Nerchio vs ShoWTimE [ZvP] - Grand-final - Bo7 - WCS Circuit: Spring Circuit Championship by DreamHack
  9. ShoWTimE (23 December 2016). "ShoWTimE leaves Millenium". Retrieved 23 December 2016.