StarDust

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Player Information
Name:
손석희
Romanized Name:
Son Seok Hee
Birth:
May 27, 1990 (1990-05-27) (age 28)
Country:
Race:
Alternate IDs:
Sson
Nicknames:
The Anarchist, CheeseDust
Total Earnings:
$112,293.35
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Achievements
2013 DreamHack Open: Summer 2014 WCS Season 2 Europe
History
2010-07-26 – 2012-08-02
2012-08-06 – 2013-03-07
2013-05-14 – 2015-01-06
Retired:
2017-01-03

Son "StarDust" Seok Hee is a retired StarCraft progamer from South Korea. He is currently the assistant coach for the H2k Gaming League of Legends Team.[1]

Wings of Liberty[edit]

StarDust played his first official StarCraft II match during the hybrid 2011-2012 Proleague Season 2.

In the Official Roster Changes for August in the 2011-2012 Proleague Season 2 it was announced that StarDust was removed from the roster due to him being discharged from service.[2]

After being discharged from his compulsory service, he joined team LighT on August 5, 2012.[3]

On July 19, 2012, StarDust participated in the 2012 OSL KeSPA Preliminaries. StarDust received a BYE in round one and then took down Reality, Jaedong, and faced Classic in the finals. StarDust wasn't able to advance any further as he took 2nd place after losing to Classic by a score of 1:2.

On November 22, 2012, StarDust participated in IEM Season VII - Singapore, replacing IdrA who was unable to attend. Placing second in his group with a score of 4-1 (9-4 on maps) he proceeded to the playoff stages. Here he was knocked out by Grubby 3:1.

On January 19, 2013, StarDust participated in the ESET Winter Masters 2012. StarDust took out kauP and Strelok and then went on to advance in to the finals to face GoOdy, In the finals, StarDust defeated GoOdy by a score of 4-1 and was able to take first place.

When LighT eSports was disbanded on March 7, 2013, he was left teamless.[4]

Heart of the Swarm[edit]

Stardust joined mYinsanity on May 14, 2013.[5]

During June 15–17, 2013, Stardust participated in Dreamhack Summer. He only lost one series during the event, defeating Icy, MoiLANEN, NaNiwa, RunA, Zanster, Bischu, Snute, Sonder, viOlet, HyuN and SjoW to advance to the finals. In the grand final, he took down Jaedong 3-2, winning his first premier StarCraft II event.

On July 6, 2013 StarDust participated in Day 1 of the WCS Europe Season 2 Qualifier. After receiving a BYE in the first round, he beat Genius, StarNaN, Prebs, BratOK, LoWeLy, and HeRoMaRinE to qualify for the Season 2 Challenger League.

On January 6, 2015, StarDust leaves mYinsanity to live in the USA and to play 2015 WCS in this region.[6]

Trivia[edit]

  • StarDust defeated RorO in his first official StarCraft II match.
  • StarDust was typically known in the Brood War foreign community as M18M.
  • StarDust's name is from the movie of the same name.[Citation needed]

Achievements[edit]

In A1Premier tournaments
DatePlaceEventTeamResultWinnings
2014-08-243 - 4thRed Bull Battle Grounds: Detroit1 : 3 TaeJa$1,700
2014-07-193 - 4th2014 DreamHack Open: Valencia1 : 2 Sacsri$3,000
2014-07-06 1st2014 WCS Season 2 Europe/Premier4 : 0 San$25,000
2014-02-013 - 4thASUS ROG Winter 20140 : 3 San$3,000
2013-07-203 - 4thDreamHack Open Valencia 20131 : 2 Jaedong$3,060.57
2013-06-171stDreamHack Open Summer 20133 : 2 Jaedong$9,284.17
In A2Major tournaments
DatePlaceEventTeamResultWinnings
2014-08-161stESET Masters 20133 : 2 Golden$10,000
2014-03-234thVasacast Invitational 20141 : 2 MajOr$300
2013-12-091stFragbite Masters3 : 0 NaNiwa$12,300
2013-01-191stESET Winter Masters 20124 : 1 GoOdy$5,000
In A3Minor and A5Monthly tournaments
DatePlaceEventTeamResultWinnings
2014-01-081stEnerJ Cup Series 2013 December3 : 2 Tefel$250
2013-09-252ndESET Masters 2013 Season 21 : 3 Arthur$150
Complete Results in any Tournament

Team Achievements

In A2Major tournaments
DatePlaceEventTeamResultWinnings
2015-09-023rdCascade1xbet Clan League Season 74 : 1$20
Complete Results in any Tournament

Championships[edit]

Gallery[edit]

Interviews[edit]

2016[edit]

2014[edit]

2013[edit]

Matches & VODs[edit]

First Person View Match VODS[edit]

References[edit]