Forever a hero
The gaming world lost one of its greats last week. Jonas Neubauer, known for his exceptional skill at TetrisHe passed away on January 4. He was only 39 years old.
Neubauer is the most accomplished classic Tetris Player in history. During his competitive career, he won seven Classic Tetris World Championships, won four consecutive years from 2010 to 2013 and tripled from 2015 to 2017. He also set several records, including in 2018 when he scanned 100 lines in three minutes and nine seconds. . This time now stands as Basem The second fastest player in the world.
With a sad heart, we deliver the bad news of Jonas’ death from a sudden medical emergency.
It was the best ever. We are devastated, overwhelmed with grief, and really miss it.
Information to follow as it becomes available.
Jonas Newpower (@neubsauce) January 9, 2021
If you want to see this master in action, Neubauer Twitch Channel He has hours of it showing the world exactly why he’s considered a competitive face Tetris. We at Destructoid extend our sincere condolences to Mr. Neubauer’s family and friends for their loss.
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