Formerly a cpm player in Quake 3, Andeh was convinced by his friend LocKtar, whom he had known essentially since birth, to play QuakeWorld instead of Quake 3. Reluctantly, he tried the game on LocKtar's request and LocKtar decided to destroy him on DM4 by a score of 60-0. Demoralized as he was, Andeh still realized the beauty of the game by spectating what LocKtar did in order to win and decided to start his grind to become a good player. On the 10th of October, 2011, Andeh managed to finally defeat his good friend LocKtar in an official tournament for the first time, solidifying himself as a good player and proving that grinding for hours on end can be worth it.
Somewhere between 2010-2015, the QuakeWorld scene lacked commentators and streams for its official tournament games. Andeh, not afraid to speak in front of crowds of people, took the job upon himself to try and provide the best coverage QuakeWorld could get and, being a member of team Suddendeath, he founded the channel SuddenDeathTV. Andeh has since then provided coverage for almost all tournaments after switching roles from player to commentator and host, and remains a keen personality and talent within the QuakeWorld community.
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Console: Andeh kicked himself.— Accidentally and regularly kicking himself when elected admin on servers.
Kan vi inte prova den där mappen med mindre graviditet?— Meaning "Can't we try that map with less pregnancy? (trying to say "that map with less gravity")