MaDFroG

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Player Information
Name:
Fredrik Johansson
Birth:
September 26, 1984 (1984-09-26) (age 35)
Country:
Race:
Status:
Alternate IDs:
SK.MaD]Q[FroG
CantChat.
Slar
NaWe
LastManDancing
ByeNoNick
JustPlayers
Medias (Social & stream)
Achievements
Blizzard WWI 2004 ENC 2004 ENC 2005
History
2004-06-20 - 2005-02-11
Profiles
warcraft3.info MaDFroG's profileESL MaDFroG's profile

Fredrik "MaDFroG" Johansson (born September 26, 1984) is an ex-professional Swedish Undead player, currently playing for Soviet War Elites.

Biography[edit]

A famous Warcraft III player, MaDFroG dominated the early scene with his Undead play and winning many large tournaments. To his fans' dismay, he retired in 2005 before returning to pro-gaming with StarCraft II in 2010. For his Warcraft III history, MaDFroG was a very popular player.

Trivia[edit]

  • Former top Undead player in Warcraft III.[1]
  • Former top Swedish Zerg player in StarCraft: Brood War.[2]
  • Won bronze as part of the Swedish National Team in StarCraft: Brood War at WCG 2001.[2]
  • The #1 WC3:TFT player in terms of prize money won during 2004.[3]

Achievements[edit]

Date Place Tier Tournament Team Result Prize
2005-08-21 A11st A1Tier 1 European Nations Championship 2005 France $1,220
2005-03-20 B313 - 16th A1Tier 1 World eSports Games 2005 - Season I 0-3 Grp. S. $500
2005-01-08 A11st A3Tier 3 Optihack 2005 $2,923.65
2004-11-21 A22nd A2Tier 2 Electronic Games Gauntlet 2004 1 : 2 South Korea  Zacard $1,594.95
2004-10-25 A11st A2Tier 2 smauILP Videogame Cup 2004 2 : 1 Sweden  SuRviVoR $6,396
2004-09-05 A11st A1Tier 1 European Nations Championship 2004 France $1,220
2004-07-11 A22nd A1Tier 1 Electronic Sports World Cup 2004 1 : 2 South Korea  FoV $6,000
2004-01-17 A11st A1Tier 1 Blizzard WWI 2004 3 : 0 Singapore  duckie $25,000
2003-11-23 A33rd A2Tier 2 Kbk Jeju Tournament 2003 South Korea  Scorpio $836
2003-07-13 A22nd A1Tier 1 Electronic Sports World Cup 2003 0 : 2 Sweden HeMaN $5,000
About achievementsComplete Results in any Tournament

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Interviews[edit]

2004[edit]

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