|Born||June 19, 1982|
Guillaume Patry (born June 19, 1982) is a Canadian professional StarCraft player who plays under the alias Grrrr... He is from Quebec City, was a StarCraft world champion in 1999. He dominated the scene as a random player before he arrived in Korea, where he then focused on the Protoss race. While Garimto pioneered many "cheesy" strategies for Protoss, virtually every (then) standard build order was a direct result of Grrr's innovations. He won the Hanaro OSL- the first OSL in history- a king of king's tournament, and placed high in a variety of others in a long career. Eventually his interest and performance in Starcraft declined, resulting in his retirement in early 2004.
According to a report from FOMOS (online professional game media), he's living a life as an ordinary staff member of a company, but he said that he could return to the professional game field after the release of StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty.
He is currently a panelist on the talk show Non-Summit and a cast member of the variety-travel show that branched off it, Where Is My Friend's Home in South Korea. In May 2015 it was announced that Patry had signed[clarification needed] with JTBC.
- 1st — Hanaro OSL
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- Ahn, Woorim (January 27, 2015). "Teaser Video of 'Where Is My Friend's House?' Is Available". Yahoo! News Singapore/BNT News. Retrieved February 11, 2015.
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