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.
- Former top Undead player in Warcraft III.
- Former top Swedish Zerg player in StarCraft: Brood War.
- Won bronze as part of the Swedish National Team in StarCraft: Brood War at WCG 2001.
- The #1 WC3:TFT player in terms of prize money won during 2004.
|2005-08-21||1st||Tier 1||European Nations Championship 2005||$1,110|
|2005-03-20||9 - 16th||Tier 1||World eSports Games 2005 - Season I||0 : 1||MagicYang||$500|
|2005-01-08||1st||Tier 3||Optihack 2005||$2,923.65|
|2004-11-21||2nd||Tier 2||Electronic Games Gauntlet 2004||1 : 2||Zacard||$1,594.95|
|2004-10-25||1st||Tier 2||smauILP Videogame Cup 2004||2 : 1||SuRviVoR||$6,396|
|2004-09-05||1st||Tier 1||European Nations Championship 2004||$1,110|
|2004-07-11||2nd||Tier 1||Electronic Sports World Cup 2004||1 : 2||FoV||$6,000|
|2004-01-17||1st||Tier 1||Blizzard WWI 2004||3 : 0||duckie||$25,000|
|2003-11-23||3rd||Tier 2||Kbk Jeju Tournament 2003||$1,000|
|2003-07-13||2nd||Tier 1||Electronic Sports World Cup 2003||0 : 2||HeMaN||$5,000|
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