Andrew Amos

After joining Snowball in mid-2018, Andrew "Ducky" Amos has fast become one of our region's best esports writers. Cutting his teeth in Oceanic Overwatch, he now covers all kinds of esports for publications globally. However, his heart still lays at home, telling the story of Aussies trying to make it big.
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Jordation: “I hope people don’t sleep on Mindfreak again”

Jordy “Jordation” Frish is giving Overwatch one last crack in 2020 before he decides to hang up the mouse and keyboard...

Lunarmetal: SEA Rainbow Six “really has a lot of potential.”

Glen “Lunarmetal” Suryasaputra has grown a lot as a player, and as a leader, since his last appearance at the Six...

Legacy Esports and Samsung extend partnership for third year running

Legacy Esports and electronics brand Samsung have renewed their partnership for 2020, with both organizations looking to ramp up support for...

Wildcard gearing up for 2020 marathon after Six Invitational “miracle run”

It was the Christmas of 2015 when Wildcard support player Kyle “Diesel” Renton got his hands on Rainbow Six: Siege for...

Rocket League Oceania kicks off Australian bushfire relief campaign with Gamer Aid Australia

With the esports season back in full swing, Australia’s best Rocket League players will be getting behind the wheel for a...

Claire: “Our goal as a team is to win the OPL and make an impact at Worlds and MSI”

After another year of heartbreak at Melbourne Esports Open 2019, Brandon ‘Claire’ Nguyen didn’t feel anything. That fateful...

Swip3rR: “We have a lot of potential, but we’ve just got to keep working hard and stay honest to ourselves”

Brandon "Swip3rR" Holland is donning a new set of armor for 2020, joining Order after five years with the Chiefs, but...

Sources: Gravitas to rebuild around Praelus with OCS and OCAL talent for OPL 2020

Gravitas are restarting their OPL roster anew in 2020 around jungler Praelus, incorporating a mix of OCS and OCAL talent into...