Sinjin "Eonic" Thorpe - SMITE Player

Sinjin Thorpe
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Total Prize Money Earned:
$113,934.47 From 12 Tournaments
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Sinjin "Eonic" Thorpe is a Canadian Smite player.

Earnings By Year

Total ResultsOnline ResultsOffline/LAN Results

Earnings By Game

Total ResultsOnline ResultsOffline/LAN Results

Earnings By Team

Total ResultsOnline ResultsOffline/LAN Results
COGnitive Gaming$88,367.80377.56%|$0.0000.00%|$88,367.80377.56%
Team Envy$3,166.6722.78%|$0.0000.00%|$3,166.6722.78%
Team SoloMid$18,700.00416.41%|$5,200.0024.56%|$13,500.00211.85%

Highest Prize Money Won

1.2015-01-113rdTeam-based Tournament » Smite World Championship 2015$78,367.80SMITE
2.2015-07-261stTeam-based Tournament » SPL - Season 2 Summer Finals$10,000.00SMITE
3.2014-11-231stTeam-based Tournament » SMITE North American Regional Championships$5,000.00SMITE
4.2015-11-225thTeam-based Tournament » SPL - Season 2 Super Regionals NA$5,000.00SMITE
5.2014-08-091stTeam-based Tournament » Smite Pro League - NA Kick-Off$5,000.00SMITE
6.2015-04-262ndTeam-based Tournament » Smite Pro League - Season 2 Spring Multi-Region LAN$3,500.00SMITE
7.2016-06-067thTeam-based Tournament » SPL North America Season 3 - Split 1$1,666.67SMITE
8.2017-04-163rdTeam-based Tournament » SMITE Pro League NA 2017 Spring$1,600.00SMITE
9.2017-07-155th-8thTeam-based Tournament » SPL - Season 4 Summer Finals$1,500.00SMITE
10.2016-06-068thTeam-based Tournament » SPL North America Season 3 - Split 1$1,500.00SMITE

Top Placements

3 Tournaments
3 Tournaments
2 Tournaments

Other Statistics

Overall Ranking

Eonic is currently ranked #1677 in highest overall earnings, and #52 in highest earnings for players from Canada.

Largest Prize from a Single Tournament

The most money that Eonic has won from a single tournament was $78,367.80 from Smite World Championship 2015 on January 11, 2015. He placed 3rd, making up 68.78% of his total prize money won.

$100,000 Milestone

On July 26, 2015, Eonic arrived at the $100,000 milestone, winning $10,000.00 and placing 1st at SPL - Season 2 Summer Finals. Prize money from 7 tournaments got him to that point.


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