Dmitry "Happy" Kostin was a retired Undead player from Russia.
Happy was the best Warcraft III player to come out of Russia, playing the Undead race, and was a member of several prestigious teams during his Warcraft III career, including Meet Your Makers, Mousesports, and Evil Geniuses. His most notable achievements include reaching the third place of BlizzCon 2007 and World Cyber Games 2008, and reaching the fourth place of World Cyber Games 2009 and of Electronic Sports World Cup 2010.
- He also known as "Imperator" in the CIS. It is a Russian word meaning Emperor.
|2017-03-12||1st||Minor||Gera Cup 100||4 : 2||FoCuS||$3,223|
|2016-11-26||1st||Minor||Rus_Brain Cup 5||3 : 1||FoCuS||$966|
|2010-07-24||1st||Minor||World Cyber Games 2010 Russian Preliminaries||2 : 0||Nicker||$1,500|
|2009-10-04||1st||Minor||World Cyber Games 2009 Russian Preliminaries||2 : 0||Naps||$1,500|
|2008-11-09||3rd||Premier||World Cyber Games 2008||2 : 0||HoT||$3,500|
|2008-10-12||3rd||Premier||BlizzCon 2008||0 : 2||Lyn||$5,000|
|2008-09-07||1st||Major||BlizzCon 2008 Europe Regional Finals||2 : 0||SaSe||$5,000|
|2008-03-09||5 - 6th||Premier||Intel Extreme Masters II||1 : 2||Grubby||$2,000|
|2008-02-24||3rd||Premier||NGL-One Season 4||2 : 4||$500|
|2007-08-25||2nd||Premier||NGL-One Season 3||0 : 4||$1,000|
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- 2011-11-25 | Why he switched to StarCraft II, his current shape and why Korea would be too early for him now by fragster.de at DreamHack Winter 2011