Vielen E-Sport-Fans war Geoff "Incontrol" Robinson als lebhafter StarcraftKommentator mit sarkastischem Humor bekannt. Er ist im Alter von. Als seine Progamer-Karriere zu Ende ging, konzentrierte er sich ganz auf das Kommentieren von großen SC2-Events und das Streamen auf. Der Streamer, Moderator und Starcraft-Caster Geoff "iNcontroL" Robinson ist tot. Der Jährige sei überraschend nach einer kurzen Krankheit.
SC2: Geoff „iNcontroL“ Robinson ist verstorbenDer Streamer, Moderator und Starcraft-Caster Geoff "iNcontroL" Robinson ist tot. Der Jährige sei überraschend nach einer kurzen Krankheit. Sowohl als Spieler als auch als Kommentator von Starcraft 2-Matches konnte iNcontroL sich eine große Fangemeinde innerhalb der. Traurige Nachrichten für alle StarcraftFans: Geoff "iNcontroL" Robinson verstarb überraschend im Alter von 33 Jahren.
Sc2 Incontrol Biographical VideoiNcontroL vs Artosis: ThePylonShow Match
Mobile Webseite entscheidest, bis sie von Sc2 Incontrol Mitarbeiter eingeladen werden. - Einzelkritik zu Salzburg - Atletico MadridMehr eSports.
Vincent was a noble son of the 'Longborn Kingdom', a prince and the rightful heir to the land. He was alive for the entirety of the original series, only dying during Week 39 , when he was killed and strung up as a result of a conflict with the Guard Captain Valazus.
Victarian was a weaponsmith of Foghaven - a character of much lesser birth than his predecessor. He was one of the original members of the Solum party and became quite the skilled warrior.
After his death, in a reddit comment Geoff revealed that Victarian Black was once a prince of the Longborn kingdom. Embedding himself in the Voraci lands his life goal was to do as much harm to Voraci as possible.
That was until he stumbled across the child, whom he decided to take back to his ancient homelands, knowing that the child would be the end of the Voraci.
Voytek was a commander of the Longborn army going back to his roots. He was the nephew of General Longborn, the current head of his house.
He was quite a skilled warrior, just like his predecessors. His favorite hobbies were collecting warrants and digging latrines.
Geoff made guest appearances in Misscliks shows. Geoff was a regular on The Sunfall Cycle as Armaros. He was raised in Seattle, Washington and was the eldest of three siblings.
He was educated privately in an all boys high school. In addition to being a player, iNcontroL was one of the biggest community figures in the North American StarCraft scene.
He was one of the founding players for the professional StarCraft coaching website, Gosu Coaching, with his fellow Evil Geniuses teammates,  was one of the regular hosts on State of the Game , and has worked as an occasional caster at various show matches and tournaments.
He has often been asked whether or not he would switch to being a full-time caster because of his lacklustre playing career as of yet. Geoff plainly stated that his passion was to play the game, and that if he was in StarCraft II for monetary reasons he would have switched a long time ago.
Despite not having any major successes in the beta, iNcontroL did compete in quite a few events. He placed 13th at Raleigh , shared 17th at D.
Geoff's results from MLG gave him a top 16 seed in the subsequent year. This gave him a 4th place finish in the tournament.
Ending second last in the group, he was placed into the championship bracket at the low end. He needed to defeat SeleCT to progress further but was dismantled , and thus, ending his tournament life.
In his championship bracket run he would defeat Choya before falling to TLO , once again finishing in 22nd place.
In the championship bracket, he managed to defeat Drewbie , but then fell to his teammate Machine , giving him another 22nd place finish.
In the Championship Bracket, his first opponent was Polt , who knocked him out of the tournament with a score.
This marked the last event that iNcontroL would be seeded into the group stage of the tournament and the third tournament in a row that iNcontroL could not take a series in group stages.
He exemplified what it was to be a good man. A world without him is wanting, but profoundly blessed to have had him. Geoff was an absolute pillar of StarCraft and dearly loved by many.
His passion was inspiring to witness. I'm struggling to wrap my head around this. Thank you for everything you have given us.
My sincere condolences to all your loved ones. I was shocked when he reached out to be my friend. As I went my own way after SC, Geoff encouraged and cheered me on.
I am so incredibly upset. What an awful day. Geoff was a bit of a hero of mine with his limitless entertainment when I was coming up in esports.
I saw him in person last year at BlizzCon, and as I was starstruck, I regretfully didn't introduce myself. Rest in peace, Geoff.
A true Starcraft legend. I worked many events with Geoff back when I became a host. He was one of the people who guided me in the SC2 world.
I was always grateful for that.