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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