Foxy

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Player Information
Name: Sophia Metz
Birth: November 13, 1986 (1986-11-13) (age 28)
Country: France France
Race: Zerg
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History
2012-04-01 - 2012-05-05


Overview[edit]

Sophia "Foxy" Metz is a French StarCraft II journalist and commentator. She also is the manager of the Meltdown team.

Biography[edit]

Foxy created the Zerg Lair during fall 2011 in order to gather a community around Zerg-focused content. Her popular interviews made the page's reputation grow on Facebook, and she started to attend numerous events in order to provide photo coverage and onsite interviews.

During HomeStory Cup IV she started casting on the official stream alongside players like MoMaN, Naama, Attero, and iNcontroL.

In April, 2012, Foxy joined Eclypsia [1] but left shortly after, stating that she preferred to remain independent and had no intention of joining another team in the near future.[2]

In May 2012, she opened Meltdown, an eSports bar located in Paris.[3] In February 2013 another Meltdown bar opened in Berlin[4] shortly followed by Meltdown London (June 1st 2013).

Trivia[edit]

  • Played StarCraft: Brood War and Warcraft 2 and 3 casually before getting more seriously into StarCraft II.[5]
  • Lost 20€ on a live coinflip while casting HomeStory Cup IV with Naama.
  • Spent over 40 hours on trains to attend the 3 last hours of DreamHack Winter 2011.[6]
  • Was listed by BlinG's mother as an "awesome female in the gamer world".[7]
  • Adopted the cat version of Two Face.[8]

Gallery[edit]

Interviews[edit]

2013[edit]

2012[edit]

References[edit]

  1. "Foxy joins Eclypsia". Eclypsia.com. April 1st 2012.
  2. Foxy's Facebook. Facebook.com. May 5th 2012.
  3. "Europe's first gamer bar opens in Paris". Teamliquid.net. May 10th 2012.
  4. "Meltdown Berlin". Teamliquid.net February 28th 2013.
  5. Foxy's Battle.net account Battle.net.
  6. "Foxy's impressions after DreamHack". Facebook.com. November 30th 2011.
  7. Karen Kay's Twitter. Twitter.com. February 17th 2012.
  8. Dalí Metz's Facebook. Facebook.com.
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