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Foggy

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Player Information
Name:
Андрій Корень
Romanized Name:
Andriy Koren
Birth:
April 12, 1993 (1993-04-12) (age 27)
Country:
Race:
Status:
Alternate IDs:
skhot
hAzY-
天天好天
秘密播放器1234
FFF
Moon1234
雾Foggy
iAct.n2L.f0gGy
Nicknames:
Boxing Champion
Medias (Social & stream)
History
20XX-XX-XX - 20XX-XX-XX
2020-03-06 - present
Profiles
warcraft3.info Foggy's profile

Andriy "Foggy" Koren (born April 12, 1993) is a professional Ukrainian Night Elf player, currently playing for Sparx eSports.

Biography[edit]

Foggy started to stream and became a more known WarCraft III player in 2015.

He qualified for WCA Germany 2015, but his visa was denied and the slot was given to yAwS (in the end yAwS took 2nd place in the World Championship). In the following open qualifier Foggy lost to OrcWorker.

In 2016, Foggy won WCA Europe, beating yAwS and OrcWorker and took first place. It was his first victory in a major competition. However, at the WCA Main Event he lost three of his four group stage matches, and was eliminated.

In 2018, Foggy was nominated for the GreatGamers of the Year Award and reached the Top 4 alongside Neeb, Innovation and Flash.

Golden Championship Series[edit]

Traveling directly from WCA to GCS 2016 Fall, he immediately made a much better showing of himself. After falling to the lower bracket in the playoffs, he beat Romantic and WFZ to make it to the Lower Bracket Round 3. There, he beat one of the tournament favorites, TH000, winning the deciding map 3 with an unusual Warden/Tinker combination. He ended in 3rd place.

This was the start of a good run of results in the GCS. He followed up his GCS 2016 Fall result, with another 3rd place finish in GCS 2017 Summer, and then improving that further with a 2nd place in GCS 2017 Winter. This was enough to qualify him to the GCS 2017 Grand Final as the first Night Elf and as the first westerner.

Trivia[edit]

  • He is from Lviv, Ukraine.
  • He was coached by Clown and Cash.

Weekly Cups[edit]

Cup 1st 2nd Earnings
Gera Cup Gera Cup 17 22 $2,039
Ifeng Cup 9 4 $1,541
GG Jeez Weekly 5 0 $1,181
Golden Cup 2 3 $269
MooCup MooCup 1 1 $284
ESL Open Cup 1 9 $100
Ryzing Star Cup Ryzing Star Cup 0 5 $647
Hols Cup Hols Cup (Weekly cup) 0 1 $177
KaLaXa Cup 0 1 $0

Achievements[edit]

Date Place Tier Tournament Team Result Prize
2020-02-23 A33 - 4th A1Tier 1 DreamHack Anaheim 2020 0 : 2 South Korea  Moon $2,000
2019-08-17 A11st A2Tier 2 Endgame Gear Masters 4 : 0 Russia  Neytpoh $1,108
2019-08-10 A11st A2Tier 2 FunnyWarcraft3 Cup 3 : 1 Russia  HawK $892
2019-04-28 A11st A3Tier 3 StreamFest 2019 3 : 0 Russia  Neytpoh $1,413
2018-12-08 A22nd A1Tier 1 WGL 2018 Winter - Grand Finals 1 : 4 South Korea  Moon $2,907
2018-08-26 A33 - 4th A1Tier 1 Master's Coliseum - Grand Finals 0 : 2 China  120 $2,922
2017-11-19 A22nd A1Tier 1 GCS 2017 Winter - Grand Finals 3 : 4 China  TH000 $3,015
2017-08-22 A33rd A1Tier 1 GCS 2017 Summer - Grand Finals 0 : 2 China  120 $1,501
2017-01-01 A33rd A1Tier 1 GCS 2016 Fall - Grand Finals 0 : 2 South Korea  Lyn $1,440
2016-08-18 A11st A2Tier 2 WCA 2016 - European Qualifier 3 : 2 Belarus  OrcWorker $7,541
About achievementsComplete Results in any Tournament


Interviews & Articles[edit]

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2016[edit]

2009[edit]

References[edit]

  1. 2020-03-06 | English Speaking Sparx eSports starts Warcraft III division by Sparx eSports