HasuObs

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Player Information
Name: Dennis Schneider
Birth: May 26, 1988 (1988-05-26) (age 26)
Country: Germany Germany
Race: Protoss
Team: mousesports
Alternate IDs: mouzHasu, mouzCCHasu
WCS Rank (Points): #112 (325 points)
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History
2010-03-24 - Present


Dennis "HasuObs" Schneider is a Protoss player from Germany, currently playing for mousesports. HasuObs is the Captain of Team Germany - Germany's national team, and also commentates games for the ESL at times.

Overview[edit]

Playstyle[edit]

HasuObs' play is characterized by a preference for High Templar over Colossi, stating: My style overall vs terran is definitely High Templar based. I just love to use Storms and Feedback. Colossus are quite boring to play, thats why I prefer HTs.[1] He is known for his standard play. Relying on his micro and macro to outclass his opponents rather than mind games or gimmicky play. He has excellent micro, which is showcased in his Blink Stalker usage.

Biography[edit]

HasuObs was a Warcraft III player who played Undead on the Mousesports Warcraft III team.

In Beta[edit]

In the StarCraft II beta, HasuObs was positioned in the Platinum League (Division 5), ranked first with a record of 260-144.[2]

Wings of Liberty[edit]

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HasuObs was among the 10 invitees to the IEM Season V - Global Challenge Cologne, the first major live StarCraft event in Europe. He also qualified for the first StarCraft II EPS in Germany.

HasuObs qualified for the TSL3 by fighting his way to the top of the 8th, and final, qualifier, besting McLeod in the finals. He upset HuK in the round of 32, then knocked out teammate MorroW in the round of 16 and also bested the Emperor himself, BoxeR, in the round of 8. In the Semi finals he was defeated 1-4 by NaNiwa and eventually finished 4th after losing 2-4 to Kas in the Bronze match.

He was announced as a seed in the season 1 of the NASL.

HasuObs fought through the NASL and made it into the finals event where he was up against Moon. There (after a humorous incident involving Rachel "SeltzerPlease" Quirico calling him "HasuOrbs") he was defeated 2-0 in the round of 16.

On September 25th he won the German MLG Orlando 2011 Qualifier by defeating Honor 3-1, which gained him a place in the MLG Orlando open bracket as well as flight and accommodations.[3]

In the IEM Season VI - Global Challenge Guangzhou he finished 2nd in his group only losing to PuMa and advanced to the playoffs. There he won 3-2 against DIMAGA before dropping 2-3 against Elfi. He ended up placing fourth after losing to PuMa in the third place match.

In October of 2011, HasuObs enjoyed his spot in 2011 MLG Orlando by competing in the open bracket. He was knocked-out in semifinals by SaSe, and therefore fell in the open bracket losers, where he was immediately eliminated by White-Ra.

In the second season of the NASL, HasuObs again made it to the finals. He finished his division second with a record of 5-2. In the finals, he upset HuK and advanced to the round of 8, where he was swept 0-3 by HerO.

HasuObs won the 20th season of EPS by defeating his team mate biGs in the finals 3-1.

In September 2012 HasuObs won the EPS Berlin Open an offline tournament organized by Electronic Sports League, which took place at IFA in Berlin with 3-1 over sLivko.

World Championship Series[edit]

2012 WCS Germany Nationals[edit]

From June 2nd to June 3rd, 2012, HasuObs participated in the World Championship Series 2012 Germany. After defeating AcRo, TLO, KrasS, and Socke, HasuObs grabbed 2nd place by a score of 1-2, 0-2 after losing to Socke because Socke made it through the losers round and faced HasuObs in the finals.

Intel Extreme Masters[edit]

IEM Season VII Singapore[edit]

On 22nd November, 2012 HasuObs participated in IEM Season VII - Singapore, replacing KiLLeR who was not participating. Placed into group A he went 3:2 (6-4 on maps) allowing him to advance to the round of 12. Here he was knocked out of the competition, losing 0:3 to Zenio.

Trivia[edit]

  • He is a regular host of the German podcast Szenecast.
  • He has been a member of mousesports since 2004.[4]
  • Casually played Zerg in Brood War.[5]
  • Was the first Mousesports player to win the EPS in Warcraft III and also the first Mouz player to win in StarCraft II.[6]
  • Hasu means "Mediocre" in Korean or "Without Skill" i.e. the opposite of gosu.
  • Obs is a popular South Korean television station.

Achievements[edit]

In Premier Tournaments
Date Place Event Result Winnings
2011-10-04 Intel Extreme Masters A44th IEM Season VI - Global Challenge Guangzhou 1 : 3 Terran PuMa $1,250
2011-05-13 Team Liquid Starleague A44th 2011 Pokerstrategy.com TSL3 2 : 4 Terran Kas $1,500
In Major Tournaments
Date Place Event Result Winnings
2013-12-15 A33 - 4th ESL Pro Series Germany: Winter 2013 1 : 3 Terran HeRoMaRinE €550
2013-12-09 A33rd Fragbite Masters 2 : 0 Protoss MC $2,300
2013-08-22 A11st ESL Pro Series Germany: Summer Season 2013 3 : 1 Protoss Tarrantius €2,500
2013-05-10 A11st ESL Pro Series Germany: Spring Season 2013 3 : 1 Protoss Socke €2,200
2012-11-16 A33rd Acer StarCraft Challenge 2 : 3 Zerg Snute €750
2012-09-05 A11st EPS Berlin Open 3 : 1 Zerg sLivko €4,000
2012-09-01 A22nd EPS Germany Summer Season 2012 - Finals 2 : 3 Zerg Hanfy €1,700
2012-08-28 A33rd Campus Party Europe 0 : 3 Zerg Snute €2,500
2012-04-29 A11st EPS Germany Spring Season 2012 - Finals 3 : 1 Zerg biGs €3,200
2011-07-16 A11st Torneo ESL StarCraft II 4 : 3 Protoss Socke €4,000
2011-06-05 A22nd ESL Pro Series Germany - Season 18 1 : 3 Protoss Socke €1,500
2011-04-03 A11st Ultimate Gaming Championship 3 : 1 Terran ClouD $3,100
Complete Results in any Tournament

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