September 6, 1989 |
Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
|Occupation||Student at University of Waterloo|
Celeste Anderson (also known as BiiTTERSWEET) is a Filipino-Canadian competitive gamer and reality television personality, known for being the winner of the first season of the TBS reality show King of the Nerds for which she was awarded $100,000.
Anderson enjoys speed-solving the Rubik's Cube, for which she had attended several competitions in Canada. Her best WCA official times are 20.78 seconds (single) and 22.27 seconds (3 of 5 average).
Anderson is most well known for her skill in first-person shooter games, notably the Halo series in which she played semi-professionally for some time. She is known as one of Canada's best female video game players.
King of the Nerds
She later made a cameo appearance in the second season premiere of the show, mainly to explain the sudden fictional vacancy that would be filled by the winner of the season.
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