Fabss

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Player Information
Name:
Fabio Nardelli
Country:
Status:
Active
Approx. Earnings 2016-2017:
$49,067
Role(s):
Links
History
201?-??-?? — 201?-??-??
2015-??-?? — 201?-??-??
2016-10-18 — 2017-03-31
2017-03-31 — Present

Fabio "Fabss" Nardelli is a professional World of Warcraft player who is currently playing for Method Triforce.

Biography[edit]

Fabss started playing World of Warcraft in 2005, dividing his attention between PvE and PvP until deciding to focus on PvP in 2010[1]. He won his first World Championship in 2010 with Enigmz and Hrk for against All authority[2]. He also competed at BlizzCon in 2011 with Another and Glyptic for Yaspresents[3].

Fabss took a break from World of Warcraft from late 2011 until late 2014 but returned during the Warlords of Draenor expansion[4]. He resumed his professional World of Warcraft career in 2015, competing on a team with Boetar, Swapxy and Joefernandes for SK Gaming. The team placed first in the European Regional Championship[5] and ultimately won the World Championship at BlizzCon. Fabss became the first person in World of Warcraft history to win two World Championships[6].

In 2016, Fabss, Boetar and Swapxy competed together again, securing sponsorship from Splyce. They placed second in the European Regional Championship, remaining undefeated until the final against Northern Gaming Blue[7]. The three won their second World Championship together, being the first team in history to achieve this[8]. Fabss also furthered his record for the most World Championships won, now having won three.

On March 31st 2017, it was announced that Fabss, Boetar and Swapxy would be sponsored by Method for the 2017 season under the name Method Triforce[9].

Interviews[edit]

Trivia[edit]

Achievements[edit]

  • 2016 World of Warcraft Arena World Champion
  • 2015 World of Warcraft Arena World Champion
  • 2010 World of Warcraft Arena World Champion
  • 2015 European Champion
  • First Place - World of Warcraft Arena European Regional Championship (2010)
  • First Place - EU Battle.net Invitational (2011)
  • First Place - Go4WoW EU Cup #11
  • Second Place - World of Warcraft Arena European Regional Championship (2016)[10]

Results[edit]

Date Placement Tier Tournament Team Results Prize
2017-07-09 A11st A7Qualifier Europe - Arena Cup #4 Methodlogo std.png 3 : 2 WoWlogo std.png $3,000
2017-06-25 A11st A7Qualifier Europe - Arena Cup #3 Methodlogo std.png 3 : 2 Methodlogo std.png $3,000
2017-06-18 A33rd A8Undefined Method EU Major Methodlogo std.png 0 : 3 WoWlogo std.png $1,200
2017-05-22 A55th A7Qualifier Europe - Arena Cup #2 Methodlogo std.png 2 : 3 WoWlogo std.png $0
2016-11-05 A11st A1Premier Arena World Championship 2016 Splycelogo std.png 4 : 3 Methodlogo std.png $120,000
2016-10-02 A22nd A8Undefined European Regional Championship 2016 Splycelogo std.png $20,000
About achievementsComplete Results in any Tournament

Team[edit]

References[edit]

  1. Intervista con Fabss, vincitore della WoW Arena Chapionship
  2. BlizzCon 2010 (WoW)
  3. Meet the Competitors -- World of Warcraft (WoW)
  4. Intervista con Fabss, vincitore della WoW Arena Chapionship
  5. European Championship 2015
  6. SK Gaming is the 2015 BlizzCon WoW Champions
  7. Splyce Announces World of Warcraft Team for Blizzcon 2016
  8. WOW ARENA ESPORTS: SPLYCE, UNDISPUTED, WINS ANOTHER ONE
  9. Method Signs BlizzCon Arena Champions
  10. Fabio "Fabss" Nardelli