Daniel "dandaking" De Sousa - Quake Player


Name:
Daniel De Sousa
Date of Birth:
<unknown>
Australia
Australia
World Ranking:
#4184
Country Ranking:
#77

Total Prize Money Earned:
$24,141.73 From 10 Tournaments
Alternate IDs:
dandaking




Daniel "dandaking" De Sousa is an Australian Quake player.

Earnings By Year

Total ResultsOnline ResultsOffline/LAN Results
2019$1,355.6215.62%|$0.0000.00%|$1,355.6215.62%
2018$3,750.00315.53%|$0.0000.00%|$3,750.00315.53%
2017$18,636.11577.19%|$50.0010.21%|$18,586.11476.99%
2011$400.0011.66%|$0.0000.00%|$400.0011.66%

Earnings By Game

Total ResultsOnline ResultsOffline/LAN Results
Quake Champions$23,741.73998.34%|$50.0010.21%|$23,691.73898.14%
Quake Live$400.0011.66%|$0.0000.00%|$400.0011.66%

Earnings By Team

Total ResultsOnline ResultsOffline/LAN Results
<independent>$24,141.7310100.00%|$50.0010.21%|$24,091.73999.79%


Highest Prize Money Won

1.2017-08-269th-16th» Quake World Championship 2017: Duel Tournament$10,000.00Quake Champions
2.2017-12-035th-8th» DreamHack Winter 2017 (QC Duel)$7,500.00Quake Champions
3.2019-08-182nd4Seasons Gaming QC Bash: Elite$1,355.62Quake Champions
4.2018-12-019th-12thTeam-based Tournament » DreamHack Open Winter 2018 (QC 2v2)$1,250.00Quake Champions
5.2018-12-029th-12th» DreamHack Open Winter 2018 (QC Duel)$1,250.00Quake Champions
6.2018-08-1113th-16thTeam-based Tournament » QuakeCon 2018: QC TDM Open$1,250.00Quake Champions
7.2017-08-261stTeam-based Tournament » QuakeCon 2017: Quake Champions Sacrifice BYOC #2$625.00Quake Champions
8.2017-10-291stPAX Australia 2017 Showcase$461.11Quake Champions
9.2011-03-057th-12th» IEM V - World Championships (Quake Live)$400.00Quake Live
10.2017-11-111st» ESL Go4QC #1 ANZ (Duel)$50.00Quake Champions

Top Placements

Champion
Runner-up
3rd/Semis
3 Tournaments
1 Tournament
0 Tournaments


Other Statistics

Largest Prize from a Single Tournament

The largest cash prize that dandaking has been awarded from a single tournament was $10,000.00 from Quake World Championship 2017: Duel Tournament on August 26, 2017. His 9th-16th place finish makes up 41.42% of his total prize money won.



References


No external sources of information are cited for the player. See tournament references for sources.