StarCraft II Profile: Liam “Intuition” Finnie

By Yolanda Green on Friday, March 1, 2013

Next up in our series of StarCraft 2 player profiles is Liam Finnie. These profiles serve as an introduction of some of the country’s best StarCraft 2 players who have been invited to play in the StarCraft 2 Invitational hosted by Megarom and Internet Solutions.

Liam FinnieBiography: Liam Finnie is currently pursuing a career as a professional player and generally any position available on the competitive scene internationally. When he’s not practicing, he’s playing other Blizzard games such as Diablo 3 and World of Warcraft.

“I really love the mathematics involved with these games economy’s and stats” he says.”

Finnie also occasionally plays a game of Dota 2 game to somewhat assist in his micro training for Starcraft 2. Finnie is  generally known by most players to be an obsessive macro based Starcraft 2 player and while he usually overdroned, he’s recently changed this style to be unpredictable with the occasional all-in, as well as improving his scouting to more consistently beat master league level and higher players.

In-Game alias: Intuition

Age: 18

Province:Western Cape

Race: Zerg

Team: Ventus

Sponsor: none

Years playing StarCraft: 3

Tournaments competed in: Do Gaming League 2011, 2012, 2013, NGL 2012, Do Gaming Championships 2012, Numerous Polarflukes and South African community driven events.

Achievements:   Polarfluke R032′s

                            Do Gaming Championships R016

                            Do Gaming League 2013 Premier League

                            Deviation Gaming February Heart of the Swarm Cup R08


League: Diamond

Facebook page: Ventus Gaming

Online StarCraft II Profile:

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Author:Yolanda Green

I like bacon and games, and occasionally I say something coherent about it. I'm not old or cynical, and I'm not the Dork Knight. I AM SHE-RA! Wait, what?

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