Leya at Copenhagen Games LAN

Little bit about me

Playing online multi-player games since 2005. I started with Quake 4 and Counter-Strike: Source. Quake 4 I played competitively, mostly duels and team-deatchmatch mode.
In 2009 I started playing Team Fortress 2 where I achieved some nice results in European Team Fortress 2 League, Wireplay and Enemy Down league. After Team Fortress 2 I played lots of casual games but later on I got back into competitive playing in Counter-Strike: Global Offensive. I had a nice run, gained lots of experience, played at Copenhagen games in 2013 for Virtus.pro female team. After that I took a 3 year break for university reasons and now I'm back in action since 2016. I spent little bit over 2 years in Overwatch either as player and last year as coach.

I'm Currently taking a break from active competitive playing / coaching. I'm taking all the good memories with me despite the fact some people tried to put me down, all I can say I feel sorry for you.

Most played games of last 2 weeks are Quake Champions & Overwatch, I'm about to try some Realm Royal. In June I started streaming, which came unexpected. I have poor internet but it works and I enjoy it so you can follow me on my gaming adventures at Twitch - www.twitch.tv/Leya_si.

Leya on Lucio


I was playing Overwatch from May 2016 to July 2017.
I managed and played for Team Core and Team Sick City. The role I played on was support as in-game leader (shotcaller). I believe that hard work pays off, so I've put all my time to daily practice on individual, team and shotcalling area. There is nothing better than seeing progress of your own performance and team, reward that nobody can take away. That is fun for me, puting work into improvement and seeing the improvement, engine that drives me further.

Most fun match of them all was with Team Core (Brokkie, Cyrus, Kevin, Kodak, snillo) taking Lijiang Tower: Garden round away from Dignitas in XtraCup, we were loosing 0 : 99 and came back to 100:99 on Garden. While tournament I enjoyed the most was Contender qualifiers #1 with Team Sick City, we achieved 17-32 place out of 442 teams. We were also 2nd on Overwatch Arena Season 2: Qualifier 5 and with that we qualified for finals of the season where we took 7-8th place.

I became free agent in July 2017 and decided to go full-time coaching. Before that I was part-time coaching whenever the opportunity arised. I enjoy every moment of it, it's very rewarding seeing team and individuals progress and winning tournament. I coached all the way until May 2018 and now I'm taking a break. On occasions I miss playing at higher level since I've been doing that for over 10 years now. So, if the right offer arrives or opportunity to build a team again I'd probably do it, they say 3rd time's a charm xD

Right now (May 2018), I'm enjoying all I couldn't before due to schedule. Working on software I always wanted to make but never had time to put work into it. Planned gamescom travel, also checking into other fun alternatives. Having lots of fun with web-projects that will follow one after each other all the way until Fall.
Reason for that is working with frameworks that I haven't worked on before, which means expanding my knowledge and working with ones I've worked on before but due to playing last 2 years I need to refresh certain parts.

Leya at Copenhagen games LAN

Good memories

Through all this years I've collected lots of experience how to play in teams, how to organize things in team and next to that I also got a lot of memories that I love to share with people I'm surrounded with, one of many thing is frag movie from Counter-Strike:Go times (it was originally published and edited in 2013 but B2k6 decided to take it off at some point so it lost all the 5k+ views and comments...

Watch frag video As from Overwatch I don't have a frag video yet but I might compile one in the future. It's quiet a wide variety you can make. Out of top matches that bring the best of you to analytical preparing the team for big matches and result of them winning it. If only my to-do list was shorter haha