DdoRo

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Player Information
Name:
문정호 Moon Jung Ho
Birth:
May 27, 1989 (1989-05-27) (age 28)
Country:
Race:
Alternate IDs:
DdoRo, ROOTDdoRo. Dreamcatcher, coLDdoRo, vileDdoRo
Total Earnings:
$2,187.25
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History
2011-??-?? - 2011-06-12
2011-06-12 - 2011-07-03
2011-07-03 - 2012-05-04
2012-05-04 - 2012-12-04
2012-12-08 - ????-??-??

Moon "DdoRo" Jung Ho is a Canadian-Korean player who is currently teamless.

Biography[edit]

DdoRo is a naturalized South Korean living in Canada and is currently a member of ROOT Gaming. Not creating a large name for himself in beta, DdoRo was able to pick up his game and quickly become a high level player, holding the #1 ladder rank on the North American server for a while and winning a few LANs and online tournaments.

On June 12, 2011, ROOT Gaming was acquired by compLexity gaming and DdoRo joined compLexity.[1] Only a month later, he moved to Team Vile.[2]

Ddoro was part of Team Vile until May 5, 2012, when the entire StarCraft II team roster was acquired by Quantic Gaming.[3]

On December 4, Quantic Gaming disbanded, and DdoRo was left teamless. Four days later, however, he rejoined ROOT Gaming.[4]

Wings of Liberty[edit]

Playstyle[edit]

DdoRo uses a micro-intensive style, emphasizing creative builds with the potential for aggressive and cheesy plays.

MLG[edit]

DdoRo managed to make it to pool play at MLG Orlando 2011 from the open bracket, entering Pool D, where he went 1-4, only defeating Tyler. In the championship bracket, he defeated SLush in round 1 before losing to Rain 0-2 in the following round.

World Championship Series[edit]

2012 WCS Canada Nationals[edit]

From July 14 to July 15, 2012, DdoRo participated in the World Championship Series Nationals: Canada. DdoRo took down Nezi, HyperDesi, Stalife, and dde to advance in to the final bracket. In the final bracket, DdoRo lost to Scarlett and fell to the losers bracket and faced Ostojiy. He fell to Ostojiy by a score of 1-2 and ended up in 3rd place.

Achievements[edit]

In Minor Tournaments
Date Place Event Team Result Winnings
2012-07-15 A33rd 2012 World Championship Series: Canada Quanticlogo std.png 1 : 2 Zicon small.png Ostojiy $900
2011-03-11 A22nd Hyper Crew Masters Cup Rootlogo std.png 2 : 3 Picon small.png ReSpOnSe $75
Complete Results in any Tournament

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2011[edit]

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