Happy

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Happy at WGL Winter 2019
Player Information
Name:
Дмитрий Костин
Romanized Name:
Dmitry Kostin
Birth:
June 17, 1991 (1991-06-17) (age 29)
Country:
Race:
Undead
Status:
Alternate IDs:
EG.Happy
Happy_
ILoveCandies
funny-
Im-noob-uD
OᴛᴫᴎપHaᴙ Paca
RandomUndead
KnownOne
AnotherSmurfAKA
Asfdfsd09f09322
kcusi
h0wt0pl4y
depressed
ghjkxcvbuiop
ILoveNecropolis
CircumFlex
gogoffa
Gnom1k
NecropolisRush
Happpeeeaeaeaea
LF_Happy
Nicknames:
Император Imperator (Emperor)
传说中的那个男人 Chuánshuō zhōng dì nàgè nánrén (The Legendary Man)
欧皇 Ōu huáng (European Emperor)
Medias (Social & stream)
Achievements
World e-Sports Games: e-Stars 2010 Continental Cup WGL 2019 Summer
History
WarCraft III
200X-XX-XX – 2005-XX-XX
2005-08-03 – 2008-07-23
2009-02-18 – 2009-04-17
2009-04-17 – 2010-01-23
2019-08-01 – 2020-04-13
StarCraft II
2011-03-31 – 2014-10-13
Profiles
warcraft3.info Happy's profileESL Happy's profileGoodGame.ru Happy's profile

Dmitry "Happy" Kostin (born June 17, 1991) is a professional Russian Undead player.

Biography[edit]

Happy was the best Warcraft III player to come out of Russia, playing the Undead race, and was a member of several prestigious teams during his Warcraft III career, including Meet Your Makers, Mousesports, and Evil Geniuses. His most notable achievements include reaching the third place of BlizzCon 2007 and World Cyber Games 2008, and reaching the fourth place of World Cyber Games 2009 and of Electronic Sports World Cup 2010.[2] He celebrated his biggest success in 2019 after winning the Warcraft Gold League, defeating Moon in the final.

After retiring from professional esports, he became a streamer playing many online tournaments. He has won the most Gera Cups and MooCups. He sparked a lot of controversy after declining his invitation to GCS 2017 Summer, despite winning the qualifier.

In March 2020, he got banned from all GoodGame.ru tournaments for discrediting the website.[3][4]

Trivia[edit]

  • He also known as "Imperator" in the CIS. It is a Russian word meaning Emperor.
  • He played Terran in StarCraft II.
  • He is from Moscow, Russia.
  • Favorite map: Turtle Rock

Weekly Cups[edit]

Cup 1st 2nd Earnings
Gera Cup Gera Cup 41 9 $7,136
ESL Open Cup 24 1 $2,600
Ryzing Star Cup Ryzing Star Cup 10 0 $2,134
MooCup MooCup 7 0 $488
GG Jeez Weekly 5 1 $1,478
OLDI ProPlay Cup 1 0 $520
InGame InGame Warcraft Cup 0 3 $0
Zotac Cup 0 1 $0

Achievements[edit]

Date Place Tier Tournament Team Result Prize
2020-08-16 A11st A2Tier 2 DreamHack Open - 2020 - Summer Season - Europe 3 : 0 Moldova  Blade $2,400
2019-12-23 A11st A2Tier 2 NetEase CC Master Cup - Qualifier 2 3 : 2 China  TH000 $2,141
2019-11-30 A22nd A1Tier 1 Warcraft Gold League - 2019 - Winter 1 : 3 South Korea  Lyn $17,077
2019-10-18 A11st A2Tier 2 Yule Cup 2 3 : 2 China  120 $4,239
2019-06-30 A11st A1Tier 1 Warcraft Gold League - 2019 - Summer 3 : 1 South Korea  Moon $29,110
2019-04-07 A11st A2Tier 2 mTw Legendary Cup 4 : 1 Russia  HawK $2,247
2010-08-14 A11st A1Tier 1 World e-Sports Games: e-Stars 2010 Continental Cup 3 : 1 Asia $2,510
2008-11-09 A33rd A1Tier 1 World Cyber Games 2008 2 : 0 Ukraine  HoT $3,500
2008-10-12 A33rd A1Tier 1 BlizzCon 2008 0 : 2 South Korea  Lyn $5,000
2008-09-07 A11st A2Tier 2 BlizzCon 2008 Europe Regional Finals 2 : 0 Sweden  SaSe $5,000
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