Serral’s road to become one of the most successful esports players in the world started at a very young age. He followed in his brother Protosser’s footsteps into the world of StarCraft II and won his first tournament, Insomnia XV in Pori when he was only 15-years-old. He joined ENCE in 2016, and has represented the team for the majority of his career.
After graduating from high school, Serral was able to put his full focus into StarCraft II, and 2018 was a triumph for the young Finn. He won each of the World Championship Series Circuit stops, was the first ever foreigner to win GSL vs the World, and he crowned the year with a World Championship title at BlizzCon 2018.
Serral is the only non-Korean player to have two “Triple Crowns” - the title of a player who has won Premier Tournaments in each of the major SC2 hotbeds: Europe, North America, and Korea.
In Finland, Serral’s achievements have been widely recognized. The municipality of Pornainen rewarded him with a plot of land, the Finnish Esports Federation (SEUL) has selected him “The Player of the Year” twice, and in 2019 Serral was invited to The Independence Day Reception by the President of the Republic of Finland.
In his freetime, Serral enjoys playing golf with his family on the Kotajärvi Golf -course.