Johan Quick

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Johan Quick
Born (1984-05-11) May 11, 1984 (age 30)
Other names tox, toxjq, toxic
Occupation Professional gamer
Years active 2001–present
Known for Quake 4, Quake III Arena, Quake Live

Johan Quick (born May 11, 1984 in Norrköping, Sweden), who plays with the pseudonym tox, also known as toxjq and toxic, is a professional electronic sports player. Quick is currently[when?] signed by Jonathan Wendel's Free Player Organization and was specialized in Quake 4 competitions. During the 2006 season, he was signed to SK Gaming and won four out of five Quake 4 world championships held. He also was ranked #1 in the Global Gaming League World Rankings at the end of the 2006 season.[1] He has won roughly $137,870 in Quake 4 prize money between December 16, 2005 and November 11, 2007.

He used to play in the clan iCE cLIMBERS with team mates such as Magnus "fox" Olsson and his brother Fredrik "gopher" Quick. In the end of 2004, the Quick brothers joined Fnatic to represent the organization in Quake 3 TDM.[2]

Notable achievements[edit]

Quake III Team Deathmatch[edit]

Quake Live Duel[edit]

  • 1st QuakeSM 2014 (€500)[3]

Quake Live Team Deathmatch[edit]

Quake 4[edit]

  • 2nd Cyberathlete Professional League 2005 Winter ($5,700)
  • 1st VIA Dreamhack 2005 Winter: ($3,000)
  • 1st KODE5 2006 Finals ($10,000)
  • 1st QuakeCon 2006 ($15,000)
  • 1st GGL VSports AllStars ($5,000)[4]
  • 1st World Series of Video Games 2006 Intel Summer Championship ($20,000)
  • 5th Electronic Sports World Cup 2006
  • 2nd World Series of Video Games 2006 Sweden ($3,000)
  • 1st World Series of Video Games 2006 London ($5,250)
  • 1st DigitalLife 2006 ($5,000)[5]
  • 1st World Cyber Games 2006 ($5,000)[6]
  • 1st World Series of Video Games 2006 Finals ($20,000)
  • 2nd World Series of Video Games 2007 Louisville ($3,000)
  • 1st QuakeCon 2007 **Where he competed in the QuakeCon QUAD Damage Tournament, involving Quake I, II, III, and IV** ($20,000)
  • 1st World Series of Video Games 2007 Toronto ($6,250)
  • 1st i-32 ($5,500)

World Championships[edit]

GGL Rankings[edit]

  • Top Ranking: 1st (08-2006, 09-2006, 10-2006, 11-2006)[7]
  • Current Ranking: 1st[8]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Redeye Report: November 2006" - GGL
  2. ^ "fnatic turns 2" - [1]
  3. ^ "QuakeSM: Results and Request For Help". ESReality. 26 January 2014. 
  4. ^ "V-Sports All-Stars: Quake 4 Final Results" – GGL
  5. ^ "DigitalLife 2006 Final Standings" – GGL
  6. ^ "WCG 2006 Invitational Quake4 All Stars – Final Results" – WCG
  7. ^ GGL
  8. ^ GGL

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