Johnathan “Fatal1ty” Wendel is the most accomplished, professional PC Gamer in history and the breakthrough name and face of the sport. As the world’s most famous PC gamer he spreads interest in PC gaming wherever he goes and, in the process, has become the sport’s worldwide ambassador.
Wendel started professional gaming in 1999 by entering the Cyberathlete Professional League (CPL) tournament in Dallas where he won $4,000 and a third place finish before flying to Sweden to compete in a tournament against the top 12 players in the world. He took first place by winning 18 straight games and losing none, emerging as the top ranked Quake III player in the world. Presently he reigns as the holder of 12 major championships, winning titles in 5 different games, a feat never before accomplished. The games in which he holds winning titles are Doom 3, Alien vs. Predator 2, Unreal Tournament 2003, Quake III and Painkiller.
Aleksey "White-Ra" Krupnyk is a professional best professional player from Ukraine, majorly play Brood War and Starcraft II. White-Ra played Protoss in Brood War and continues to play Protoss in Starcraft II. White-Ra played Brood War for several years and is considered a veteran in the Brood War community. With many notable achievements over the course of his Brood War career (multiple WCG Ukraine 1st places, 1st place in The Highlander) White-Ra has become a legend and a favorite among the Brood War community. Shortly after Starcraft II's release, White-Ra received a sponsorship by Duckload and named himself Duckload-Ra for the duration.
White-Ra has a very refined playstyle with a focus on the strength of builds executed well that split his opponent's attention and allow him to take control of the game from the start. He is famous for his Warp Prism play against Terran opponents and for his good sportsmanship and politeness in games and interviews.