Dennis Hawelka was very successful e-athletes (Photo: Blizzard Entertainment)Dennis Hawelka was very successful e-athletes (Photo: Blizzard Entertainment)

TeamLiquid announced on Twitter that Dennis' INTERNETHULK "Hawelka died at the age of 30 years. Most recently he was head coach in the League of Legends professional league and trained before the Liquid Overwatch team. Information about the cause of death does not exist yet.

The e-sports team writes that Dennis has become a "part of the Liquid family," and "although we are waiting for exact details, we wanted to share this information with you because we are all a part of the community that Dennis Sun dearly loved. "

In Loving Memory, Dennis "INTERNETHULK" Hawelka pic.twitter.com/EIVfKUAQ5J

- Team Liquid (@TeamLiquid) November 9, 2017

On behalf of the family of Hawelka TeamLiquid also accepts letters of support at the headquarters in the Netherlands.

If you would like to send a letter of support to Dennis' family during this time, please Use the following address:

Liquid Enterprises B.V.
PO Box 9777
Utrecht, 3506 GT
The Netherlands

North American address to come soon.

- Team Liquid (@TeamLiquid) November 9, 2017

"INTERNETHULK" was a fixed scene Size and founded the Overwatch team IDDQD which has achieved great success early in February 2016th He was also a German national team in the Overwatch World Cup 2016 and the 2017th

But not only in Blizzard heroes shooter he was among the top players. He was also in e-sports area of ​​World of Warcraft Arena, League of Legends, Starcraft 2 and Call of Duty and Call of Duty 2 represented. In League of Legends, he managed the world's first player to reach the Challenger ranking in the fourth season.

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