WaN

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Player Information
Name:
Domenic Nimz
Birth:
May 31, 1992 (1992-05-31) (age 26)
Country:
Race:
Status:
Team:
Approx. Earnings 2019:
$30
Alternate IDs:
PwNuWaN
Handbremse
Obsolete
lllmatic
Imai
abczq
AbuseYouRACE
Nicknames:
WaN20
Links
History
2005 - 2006
2006 - 2007
2008 - 2009
2012 - 2016-07-08
2016-07-08 - 2018-11-27
2018-11-27 - 2018-12-16
2018-12-16 - Present

Domenic "WaN" Nimz (born May 31, 1992) is an active German Undead player, currently playing for Muhlis.

History[edit]

WaN started his first competetive WC3 Experience when he joined Team 6N along with his longtime Mate EnTe back in 2005. After getting hired by Dharma Initiative in 2007 and competing the very first time in the ESL Premier League and NGL Two, WaN and his Team Dharma Initiative got hired by WICKED eSports and qualified for NGL One right after. In 2010 WaN decided to step back from the Team, Warcraft 3 and retire. 2 Years later Pure OwNu recruited the German Undead Player. In 2013, WaN managed to reach the ZOTAC Finals, beating eMaL and Sonik, but losing to Yumiko.

Trivia[edit]

  • He is widely known for his high APM (around 350)
  • The ID WaN is short for "White and Nerdy".
  • Also being called "WaN20" or "WaN Two Zero" as a reference to 120 after winning Rudan and thus managing to qualify for the WCA 2016 European Qualifier playoffs.
  • Known for his surround mechanics.
  • Chose Undead as his main race after watching MaDFroG competing in Korea in 2004.

Achievements[edit]

Date Place Tier Tournament Team Result Prize
2019-01-26 A11st A3Minor National Warcraft League 2018 6 - 4 $30
2018-12-15 A33 - 4th A3Minor RAGE Cup 1 0 : 1 Peru  Walter $0
2016-08-18 A55 - 6th A2Major WCA 2016 - European Qualifier 1 : 2 Russia  Hawk $0
2016-07-23 A33rd A3Minor Race Wars 2016 $0
2016-05-29 A44th A3Minor Warcraft Nations Championship 2016 2 : 3 $10
2014-09-15 A44th A3Minor ZODIAC Legends Cup 0 : 1 Belarus  OrcWorker $64.56
2013-02-09 A22nd A6Weekly Zotac Cup 274 $0
About achievementsComplete Results in any Tournament

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