iNkA

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Player Information
Name: Kelby Williams
Birth: May 3, 1988 (1988-05-03) (age 26)
Country: USA United States
Race: Protoss
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History
2009-08 – 2011-02

2011-02-16 – 2011-05-09

2011-06-25 – 2012-03-28


Kelby "iNkA" Williams is an American Protoss player formerly playing for Quantic Gaming. iNkA played Protoss in Brood War and currently plays as Protoss in StarCraft II.

Biography[edit]

iNkA has been playing StarCraft since 2001. He played Terran until 2006 when he decided to "race switch" by playing TvP, PvT, and PvZ. He became a full blown Protoss player in 2008, which is the year he started to play StarCraft competitively. He played for teams such as Micro Gamerz (a top European team) and Nerds at Work (a top Swedish team) until the summer of 2009 in which his skill increased significantly and he was invited to join Evil Geniuses.

On February 16th, 2011, Lazarus Gaming announced iNkA as their new recruit.[1] iNkA also served as Lazarus Gaming management. Lazarus Gaming folded in early May of 2011. iNkA went teamless for about a month until he was picked up on June 25th by the newly formed Quantic Gaming. On March 28th, he parted ways with Quantic Gaming.[2]

Wings of Liberty[edit]

iNkA's first notable achievement after the StarCraft II beta was a third place in the TeamSpeak TL Open 16. iNkA defeated Ryze and PredY then lost to MajOr for a respectable third place.

On August 23rd, it was announced iNkA would be playing in the NASL 2, in a group alongside superstars Sen, Ret and SeleCT. There, he ended the season with a 2-5 record, managing to defeat SeleCT and iNcontroL. [3]

His performance in NASL 2 earned him a spot in its third season, however, he chose to retire from professional gaming, causing NASL to hold a poll, where MC was voted to replace him.[4]

Achievements[edit]

In Minor Tournaments
Date Place Event Result Winnings
2010-08-15 A22nd First Green Forest Tournament 1 : 3 Terran PainUser £300
Complete Results in any Tournament

Interviews[edit]

2010[edit]

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