Steefy

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Steefy
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Background Information
NameStefano Otten
Country of BirthNetherlands Netherlands
BirthdayOctober 6, 2000 (age 18)
Residency
EU
 Europe
Competitive
RoleSolo Laner
Competitive IDsSteefyBeefy, TheBigSB, CheefSteef, Zashu
Social Media & Links
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Team History
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Team Bizarrelogo std.pngTeam Bizarre
Aug 2015 - Jan 2016
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London Conspiracylogo std.pngLondon Conspiracy
Jan 2016 - Aug 2016
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Cringe Crewlogo std.pngCringe Crew
Apr 2016 - Aug 2016
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Suspendedlogo std.pngSuspended
Aug 2016 - Oct 2016
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Logo std.pngNext Threat
Oct 2016 - Feb 2017
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Logo std.pngDutch Myrmidons
Feb 2017 - Mar 2017
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Desertedlogo std.pngDeserted
May 2017 - Jul 2017
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Novus Orsalogo std.pngNovus Orsa
Sep 2017
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Logo std.pngMan's Not Hot
Oct 2017
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New Game Pluslogo std.pngNew Game Plus
Nov 2017 - Feb 2018
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Logo std.pngApes in Capes
Feb 2018 - Nov 2018
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Sacred Speedbufflogo std.pngSacred Speedbuff
Stefano "Steefy" Otten was previously the solo laner for Sacred Speedbuff. He was previously known as Zashu.

Biography

Steefy lives in Landgraaf, the Netherlands.

Steefy has played video games for as long as he can remember, playing Minecraft and Call of Duty before settling for SMITE. He met Dekuscrub who got him into his first competitive team.

In early August 2015, he left his former Challenger team Team Bizarre and joined London Conspiracy for SPL Season 2 EU Fall. Although he was not seen as a top solo laner in the world or even Europe, he was widely regarded to be a good fit for the London Conspiracy squad, which had struggled with consistency. Zashu, as he was then known, was very consistent throughout his time on the team, playing  Bellona to a high level, although it was not high enough to defeat Epsilon eSports at Super Regionals. Along with the rest of his team, he was knocked out of the running for Worlds in the Wild Card match.

On 8 April 2016, he was banned for one year after five offenses. Despite this, his teammates placed their faith in him, allowing him to stay on the team until August when he would appeal for his unbanning. He was replaced by Axioz for the remainder of the split. Throughout the next four months, Zashu launched his YouTube channel, followed Smite's rules to the wire and enforced them as well. On 16 August 2016, he was unbanned for good behavior. During this time, he launched his new account, TheBigSB. However, his dreams were not to come true, as his team decided to change their new solo laner to Zyrhoes.

With this development, Steefy left Cringe Crew and began searching for new teammates for a Challenger Cup team, creating Next Threat with himself as the captain. After Next Threat did not work out, he joined Dutch Myrmidons as their solo laner and is currently playing for them.

Trivia

  • His nickname Steefy originates from his real life nickname Steef.
  • Good at something like teamfighting or whatever.
  • Has a trauma of horror movies from a jumpscare he endured when he was 7.
  • His YouTube channel is aimed at teaching players how to excel in solo lane.
  • TheBigSB is derived from SB standing for SteefyBeefy, another former username of his.

Team and Tournament History

Steefy Tournament Results
DatePlacePrizeEventTeamRoster
2018-07-14I1QUnknown Infobox Image - Tournament.png 2018 EU SML Fall RelegationsSacred Speedbufflogo std.pngSacred Speedbuff TheBigSB •   GetFisher •   Phlippo •   NeozSpringer •   Kyru
2018-07-05A55$ 2,500Unknown Infobox Image - Tournament.png 2018 EU SML Summer SeasonSacred Speedbufflogo std.pngSacred Speedbuff Steefy •   GetFisher •   Phlippo •   NeozSpringer •   LanceWolf
2018-05-05I1NQUnknown Infobox Image - Tournament.png 2018 EU SML Summer RelegationsSacred Speedbufflogo std.pngSacred Speedbuff TheBigSB •   Kero •   Phlippo •   StreakUp •   Baas
2018-03-03I1NQUnknown Infobox Image - Tournament.png 2018 EU SML Spring QualifiersFear No Evillogo std.pngFear No Evil TheBigSB •   Gloreh •   Lukas •   Zolat •   Genetics
2017-10-14I1NQUnknown Infobox Image - Tournament.png 2017 EU CC Post-Fall RelegationsNew Game Pluslogo std.pngNew Game Plus CheefSteef •   Lukas •   Vastrakal •   GameHunter •   LanceWolf
2017-10-08A44Unknown Infobox Image - Tournament.png 2017 EU CC Fall #2New Game Pluslogo std.pngNew Game Plus CheefSteef •   Lukas •   Vastrakal •   GameHunter •   LanceWolf
2017-09-30I1QUnknown Infobox Image - Tournament.png 2017 EU CC Mid-Fall RelegationsLogo std.pngMan's Not Hot CheefSteef •   Zearoe •   AngryDay •   Joshy •   iSilenced
2017-08-13A33Unknown Infobox Image - Tournament.png 2017 EU CC Summer #2Novus Orsalogo std.pngNovus Orsa Zashu •   Zearoe •   BlizzardFX •   Hynry •   Frezzyy
2017-07-08I1QUnknown Infobox Image - Tournament.png 2017 EU CC Pre-Fall RelegationsNovus Orsalogo std.pngNovus Orsa Zashu •   Zearoe •   BlizzardFX •   Hynry •   Frezzyy
2017-06-10A22Unknown Infobox Image - Tournament.png 2017 EU CC Summer #1Novus Orsalogo std.pngNovus Orsa Zashu •   Zearoe •   Aiurz •   Hynry •   Frezzyy
Total Prize: USD 2,500

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