Winter (Swedish player)
This page is about the Swedish Zerg. To read about the American Random player, see Winter.
Felix "Winter" Hegethorn is a Zerg player from Sweden, who is currently teamless.
Winter started to play StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty when the game came out in 27 July 2010. He was placed into Platinum league at first. After being in platinum for a week he was promoted to diamond, and a week after that he was placed in to Master league. Winter joined his first amateur team in 2011 by the name of Firelight. He was then known by the name Pineapple. Firelight disbanded in 2012.
Winter then joined Wild-Play e.V. The team decided to disband due to lack of results.
Heart of the Swarm
In 2013, Winter joined his first team, Poisoned Hearts. During his time with Poisoned Hearts, he participated in Dreamhack Valencia and Dreamhack Bucharest. On 2013-09-25, Winter joined Love Your Girlfriend. Winter competed in the Swedish University Star League on 2013-11-24. Winter made it to the finals to face Team Property's jrayc, going 3-0 in both the Quarterfinals and Semifinals. After his run in the previous games, Winter finally won the Finals 4-2.
- 2017-06-04 | Get to Know Your WCS Challengers: Winter by Waxangel of TL.net
- Loves Japan.
- He has trained in Kendo.
- His Terran is at Master level.
- Known for being happy and good mannered[by whom?]
|In Major tournaments|
|2018-06-23||3 - 4th||2018 WCS Valencia - Taiwan, Hong Kong, Macau and Japan Qualifier||0 : 3||Rex||$1,338|
|2017-05-25||2nd||2017 WCS Jönköping - Taiwan, Hong Kong, Macau and Japan Qualifier||2 : 4||Sen||$1,965|
|2017-04-13||3 - 4th||2017 WCS Austin - Taiwan, Hong Kong, Macau and Japan Qualifier||2 : 3||Has||$1,310|
|In Minor and Monthly tournaments|
|2018-12-01||1st||The Solstice Series 2018||3 : 1||Future||$100.20|
|2016-10-15||2nd||ESL ANZ Spring Cup #10||0 : 3||Seither||$250|
|Complete Results in any Tournament|
|as||106 - 112||48.6 %||179 - 101||63.9 %||235 - 235||50 %||4 - 0||100 %||524 - 448||53.9 %|
|as||1 - 4||20 %||4 - 1||80 %||4 - 7||36.4 %||3 - 2||60 %||12 - 14||46.2 %|