Swapxy

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Player Information
Name:
René Pinkera
Country:
Status:
Active
Approx. Total Earnings:
$299,191
Role(s):
Links
History
201?-??-?? — 201?-??-??
2015-??-?? — 201?-??-??
2016-10-18 — 2017-03-31
2017-03-31 — 2018-05-04
2018-05-04 — 2020-06-25

René "Swapxy" Pinkera is a professional World of Warcraft player.

Biography[edit]

Swapxy began playing World of Warcraft a few weeks before the release of the Burning Crusade expansion. He competed in his first European Regional Championship in 2011[1], but did not reach the Arena World Championship.

Swapxy attended his first World Championship with Boetar and Blukstack in 2012, having placed second in the European Regional Championship under the team name I'm Just Being Honest[2]. The team did not quite reach the Semi Finals, finishing in fifth place[3].

In 2013, Swapxy competed with the same team, this time for Bleached Bones. The team reached the Arena World Championship[4], but again failed to reach the Semi Finals.

Swapxy continued to compete frequently with Boetar and in 2015, the two alongside Fabss and Joefernandes competed for SK Gaming on the Road to BlizzCon. The team won the European Regional Championship[5] and went on to win their first World Championship at BlizzCon[6].

In 2016, Swapxy, Boetar and Fabss decided to compete together again, sponsored by Splyce. The team placed second in the European Regional Championship, remaining undefeated until the Grand Final against Northern Gaming Blue[7]. At BlizzCon, the team won their second World Championship together[8]. They were the first team in history to achieve this.

On March 31st 2017, it was announced that Swapxy, Boetar and Fabss would be sponsored by Method during the 2017 season under the name Method Triforce[9].

Trivia[edit]

Swapxy is one of only two people to have won the World Championship three times. The only other person to achieve this is his former teammate, Fabss.

Results[edit]

Date Placement Tier Tournament Team Results Prize
2019-11-02 A11st A1Premier Arena World Championship 2019 4 : 3 $132,000
2019-09-22 A22nd A2Tier 2 2019 Summer Finals 2 : 4 $20,000
2018-11-03 A33 - 4th A1Premier Arena World Championship 2018 0 : 3 $25,000
2018-07-15 A11st A2Tier 2 2018 Summer Finals 4 : 3 $50,000
2017-11-04 A33 - 4th A1Premier Arena World Championship 2017 1 : 3 $25,000
2017-08-26 A11st A2Tier 2 European Championship Finals 2017 4 : 3 $50,000
2016-11-05 A11st A1Premier Arena World Championship 2016 4 : 3 $120,000
2016-10-02 A22nd A2Tier 2 European Regional Championship 2016 3 : 4 $20,000
2015-11-07 A11st A1Premier Arena World Championship 2015 3 : 2 $120,000
2015-10-04 A11st A2Tier 2 European Regional Championship 2015 4 : 3 $50,000
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