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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Fishoguy: “It’s satisfying to place ahead of rivals we’ve struggled with [in Six Masters]”

Team SiNister started off Six Masters slow, but ended with a bang. A six-map win streak got them to second place,...

Centus: “I believe [Okami is] the team with the highest potential in Oceania”

Okami have always been near the top, but have never been able to claim the distinction for themselves. However, heading into...

Stryder: “We would love to catch some teams off guard. We know we can be number one.”

After playing their final match on June 10, the Knights thought they were out of the Six Masters playoffs race. However,...

Smeb on his LCK return: “I’m playing in the mindset of a rookie player”

Song “Smeb” Kyung-ho is back. After a six-month break from competitive League of Legends, he’s rejoined his old team KT Rolster...

Valorant Pacific Open and SEA Invitational announced as part of Ignition Series

The Valorant Ignition Series is coming to South East Asia, Hong Kong, and Taiwan, with Riot announcing the Pacific Open and...

Overwatch Contenders Australia returns to round robin format for 2020 Season 2

Blizzard has announced a format change for Overwatch Contenders Australia 2020 Season 2, with the league moving back towards a round...

Riot announces three-year CTBC Bank partnership for PCS

Riot Games has announced yet another hallmark partnership, this time focusing on the Asia-Pacific region, with the developer of League of...

Beryl: “Pantheon support is not a thing, it’s just me that plays it really well”

Damwon Gaming emerged from Week 1 of LCK Summer on top, sweeping SeolHaeOne Prince and Sandbox. Cho “Beryl” Geon-hee’s Pantheon played...