Hearthstone Player Teebs Looking For a Team

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Hearthstone's Teebs "Teebs" Auberdine
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Canadian Hearthstone player Teebs "Teebs" Auberdine is looking for a team to represent in upcoming Hearthstone tournaments.

Teebs made the announcement through Twitter, adding that the announcement of the Hearthstone Masters Tour: Seoul prompted her to declare that she is currently a free agent. She has already qualified for the Masters Tour: Las Vegas.

Teebs has been playing the game for years, going all the way back to the closed Beta days. However, she only began competitive play in 2016, and by early 2018 decided to go full time.

This is not her first foray into gaming as prior to Hearthstone, she was playing World of Warcraft. She obtained at least 26,000 achievement points making her one of the top 500 WoW players around the world. She has also reached Master Rank for both StarCraft II and Heroes of the Storm. Teebs even reached Diamond Rank in League of Legends.

As a Hearthstone player, Teebs favors the Rogue class and has said that she like Gnomish Inventor.

During the DreamHack Montreal 2017, she set a Swiss gamescore of 26-6, narrowly beating a former teammate who recorded 27-7.

She was part of the WSOE 2: The Hearthstone Showdown and topped her group ahead of Pathra "Pathra" Cadness. However, she was eliminated in the playoffs by Jia Aquino "Jia" Dee.

Since playing Hearthstone full-time, Teebs has had a good showing. Her Ladder finish included two Top 10 Legend finishes and two Top 200 Legend finishes.

She was a two-time HCT Major Top 16 and a two-time Playoff Qualifier. She placed 15th during the Americas Last Call 2017. She was also declared as the WESG 2018 Canadian Women’s Champion. Teebs was even a nominee for Team Canada during the 2017 Hearthstone Global Games.

Prior to being a free agent, she played for RoyalBlue eSports from March 2017 to December 2017. She then signed with Scythe Esports on August 2018 before leaving the team in January of this year.

Aside from esports, Teebs is also passionate in her advocacies, one of which is gender equality in the Grandmaster League.

In addition to her Twitter account, Teebs also streams through her official Twitch channel.

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