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Stefano "'''Zashu'''" Otten is a Dutch SMITE player. He is currently playing solo for [[Cringe Crew]]. He was previously known as '''SteefyBeefy'''.
 
Stefano "'''Zashu'''" Otten is a Dutch SMITE player. He is currently playing solo for [[Cringe Crew]]. He was previously known as '''SteefyBeefy'''.

Revision as of 08:03, March 15, 2016

Overview   Statistics   Match History    

Zashu
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Background Information
Name: Stefano Otten
Country of Birth: Netherlands Netherlands
Birthday: October 6, 2000
Competitive
Team: Cringe Crew
Role: Solo
Favorite Gods:     
Social Media and Links
Twitter: ImZashu
Team History
TBizrlogo std.png Team Bizarre
Aug 2015 - Jan 2016LClogo std.png London Conspiracy
Jan 2016 - PresentCClogo std.png Cringe Crew

Stefano "Zashu" Otten is a Dutch SMITE player. He is currently playing solo for Cringe Crew. He was previously known as SteefyBeefy.

Biography

Zashu has played video games for as long as he can remember, playing Minecraft and Call of Duty before settling for SMITE. He met Dekuscrub who got him into his first competitive team.

In early August 2015, he left his former Challenger team Team Bizarre and joined London Conspiracy for SPL Season 2 EU Fall.

Trivia

  • His nickname SteefyBeefy originates from his irl nickname Steef
  • Good at something like teamfighting or whatever
  • Has a trauma of horror movies from a jumpscare he endured when he was 7

Team and Tournament History

Date Place Event Team Teammates
2015-11-22 A44th SPLSeason2Logo.png Season 2 EU Regionals LClogo std.png London Conspiracy CherryoaeroShaggyshenkEmilZy
2015-10-25 A44th SPLSeason2Logo.png SPL Season 2 EU Fall Split LClogo std.png London Conspiracy CherryoaeroShaggyshenkEmilZy

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