Thomas Kopankiewicz (Blysk)

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Thomas Kopankiewicz
Thomas Blysk Kopankiewicz.jpg
Born23 November 1995
EducationDiploma in Communication & Media Studies
Alma materSingapore Polytechnic

Thomas “Blysk” Kopankiewicz is a competitive StarCraft II player.[1] He is noted for using the ‘Protoss’ race in the game.[2] Throughout his eSports career, Blysk has won several tournaments like the SEA Legacy of the Void (LOTV) Beta Anniversary Tournament in 2015. In 2019, he qualified to represent Singapore in the 2019 SEA Games alongside players like Wong “NutZ” Jeng Yih for Dota 2.[3][4] Apart from competitive gaming, Thomas “Blysk” Kopankiewicz is a YouTube personality. He uploads vlogs on his personal YouTube channel and has been featured in the videos of Singaporean channels —  The Smart Local (TSL) and Wah!Banana.[5][6]

Background

Thomas “Blysk” Kopankiewicz attended Radin Mas Primary School and Gan Eng Seng School. In 2016, he obtained a Diploma in Communication and Media Studies at Singapore Polytechnic (SP).[7] During his time at SP, Thomas was a part of the student emcees club, SP Comperes.[8]

StarCraft II (2010)

As a secondary school student, Thomas frequented LAN cafes to play Dota with his friends. Following the release of StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty in 2010, Thomas was hooked and captivated by the game’s diverse strategic options, the use of reaction time, mouse dexterity and complexity of the game play. Thomas then began watching tournament games which brought him closer to the eSports community.[9][10]


Thomas was scouted by the team, Flash eSports when he defeated the top-ranking player at a local tournament that had been hosted at a LAN shop.[11] Thomas adopted the username “Blysk” which is Polish for “Flash”.[12]


In 2016, Blysk retired briefly leaving team MYinsanity to serve his mandatory National Service in Singapore.[13][14] He later resumed his competitive career, playing for Downfall Gaming in 2017.[15]

Family & early life

Thomas “Blysk” Kopankiewicz was born in Germany on 23 November 1995 to a Polish father and Chinese mother. He relocated to Singapore at 4 years old, accompanying his mother who had found a job as a cellist with the Singapore Symphony Orchestra.[16] Thomas is the younger of two siblings. He has an older brother, Jan Kopankiewicz.[17][18] Thomas currently lives in Singapore with his mother and stepfather while his biological father and older brother are living in Berlin.[19]

Career highlights

SEA Games (2019)

Thomas (right) was selected to represent Singapore in the 2019 SEA Games for StarCraft II. Photo from Game is Hard.

Held in the Philippines, the 2019 SEA games is the first multi-sports event to include 5 eSports medal events — Dota 2, StarCraft II, Tekken 7, Arena of Valour and Mobile Legends: Bang Bang.[20] In May 2019, Blysk battled it out with veteran StarCraft player nirvAna and Resurgence team member, Revenant before emerging as the winner for the Singapore Esports Association (SGEA) national qualifiers.[21][22]


Thomas “Blysk” Kopankiewicz and Toh “Lobo” Wei Liang Alvin, who finished second, were nominated to represent Singapore in StarCraft II for the 30th SEA Games.[23][24] On 10 December 2019, Thomas came in 2nd place at the SEA Games.[25]

YouTube

Wah!Banana (2019 - Present)

As of 2019, Thomas Kopankiewicz is a script writer and producer for the local YouTube channel, Wah!banana.[26][27] He has also starred in several videos[28][29] including one titled “If We Worked for IKEA” which had garnered over 200,000 views within 3 days of its upload.[30]

Thomas K. (2016 - Present)

Since 2016, Thomas Kopankiewicz has regularly uploaded vlogs documenting aspects of his life. Inspired by the American YouTuber, Casey Neistat, his video uploads feature his friends, family members, StarCraft 2 competitions and life milestones.[31][32] As of November 2019, Thomas’ YouTube channel has over 2.8 million video views and 15,700 subscribers.[33]

The Smart Local (2015 - 2016)

From October 2015 to October 2016, Thomas was an intern who was then converted to a full-timer at The Smart Local (TSL).[34][35][36] He has made several appearances on TSL’s YouTube Channel, including the video series — “Singaporeans Try”.[37][38][39] At TSL, Thomas was the main cast, videographer and editor of the “TSL Vlogs” video series (Season 1) that lasted a total of 20 episodes.[40] On top of producing video content, Thomas had written several articles during his time at TSL.[41]

Competitive achievements & earnings

Team Resurgence (2019 - Present)[42]

Blysk participated in the Melbourne StarCraft Open where he came in 3rd.
Date Tournament Placing Winnings (USD) Refs.
6 October 2019 World Electronic Sports Games (WESG) 2019 - Singapore Qualifier 1st $375 [43][44]
31 August - 1 September 2019 Melbourne StarCraft Open 2019 3rd $168.50 [45][46][47]
5 July - 31 August 2019 ANZ Proleague Season 4 1st (Team SEA Outcasts) $105.13 [48][49][50]
3 August 2019 BrisCraft 2019 5th - 8th $76.50 [51][52][53]

Team Downfall Gaming (2017 - 2018)[54][55][56]

Date Tournament Placing Winnings (USD) Refs.
7 March -11 April 2018 ANZ Proleague Season 2 3rd (Downfall Gaming) $66.67 [57][58]
21 November - 19 December 2017 ANZ Proleague Season 1 3rd (Downfall Gaming) $80 [59][60]
5 - 26 august 2017 2017 WCS Montreal - Oceania, SEA Qualifier 5th - 6th $605 [61][62][63]

Team MYinsanity (2014 - 2016)[64][65][66]

In November 2015, Blysk (right) won first place at the SEA LotV Beta Anniversary Tournament. Photo from Mineski.net.
Date Tournament Placing Winnings (USD) Refs.
16 April 2016 2016 World Championship Series (WCS) Spring Regional Challengers Oceania SEA Japan 7th - 8th $300 [67][68][69][70]
9 February 2016 Luck Fadder Maps Showmatches (Match 1) Winner $30 [71][72][73]
9 January 2016 OSC Championship Season 3 11th - 14th $90 [74][75][76][77]
22 November 2015 OSC Masters Cup #60 3rd $25 [78][79]
14 November 2015 SEA Legacy of the Void (LotV) Beta Anniversary Tournament 1st $1,000 [80][81][82]
5 - 6 September 2015 Australian Cyber League 2015 Pro Circuit: Melbourne (SC2) 2nd $449.98 [83][84]
1 June - 28 August 2015 Ascended Star League (ASL) Season 5 Challenger 5th - 8th $25 [85][86]
3 August 2015 Seacraft Weekly 52 3rd $16 [87][88][89]
12 July 2015 2015 World Championship Series (WCS) Season 3 Challenger League 32nd - 62nd $2,000 [90][91][92][93]
5th July 2015 2015 World Championship Series (WCS) Season 3: Oceania & South East Asia Qualifier 2nd $315 [94][95]
20 May 2015 Kung Fu Cup 2015 - Season 1 25th - 32nd $161.08 [96][97][98]
18 May 2015 SEAcraft Weekly 47 2nd $24 [99][100]
8 May 2015 SHOUTcraft Clan Wars: ROOT Gaming vs. mYinsanity Winner $100 [101]
4 May 2015 SEAcraft Weekly 45 1st $39 [102][103]
18 April 2015 2015 World Championship Series (WCS) Season 2 Challenger League 32nd - 62nd $2,000 [104][105]
11 - 12 April 2015 World Championship Series (WCS) 2015: Season 2 - Qualifier 1st $487.80 [106][107][108]
15 March 2015 SEAcraft Showmatch Fenner vs Blysk Winner $76 [109][110][111]
11 January 2015 World Championship Series (WCS) Season 1: Oceania/Southeast Asia Qualifiers 5th - 6th $205 [112][113][114][115]
4 January 2015 Hairy Smash 13th -16th $31.65 [116][117][118]
20 - 21 December 2014 OSC Championship Season 2 9th - 12th $61 [119][120][121][122]
30 November 2014 OSC Masters Cup #47 3rd $26 [123][124]
27 October 2014 SEAcraft Weekly 26 3rd $17.59 [125][126]
6 October 2014 SEAcraft Weekly 23 2nd $26.30 [127][128]
15 September 2014 SEAcraft Weekly 20 2nd $45.15 [129][130]
14 September 2014 SEA Rising Star Open 2 2nd $60 [131]
19 August 2014 SEAcraft Weekly 16 1st $46.50 [132][133]
28 July 2014 SEAcraft Weekly 13 3rd $19 [134][135]

Team NIL (2014)

Thomas "Blysk" Kopankiewicz in 2012. Photo from Thomas K's Twitter.
Date Tournament Placing Winnings (USD) Refs.
14 - 15 June 2014 World Championship Series (WCS) 2014 Season 3 America Qualifiers Oceania/South East Asia 5th - 6th $250 [136]
30 May 2014 Friday Fun Night #17 1st $14 [137][138][139]
10 May 2014 SEA Rising Star Invitational 1 1st $120 [140][141][142]
26 April 2014 SHOUTcraft Clan Wars: Clan Who? vs. IvDgaming Winner (Clan Who?) $100 [143]
22 March 2014 SHOUTcraft Clan Wars: ROOT Gaming vs. Clan Who? Winner (Clan Who?) $100 [144][145]
8 February 2014 SEA Rising Star Open 1 5th - 6th $9 [146]
25 January 2014 MSI Saturday Showdown Series Season 1 #10 2nd $43 [147]

Team Flash eSports (2012 - 2014)[148][149]

Date Tournament Placing Winnings (USD) Refs.
11- 12 January 2014 2014 World Championship Series (WCS) Season 1 America: Oceania/South East Asia Qualifier 5th - 6th $250 [150][151]
5 January 2014 OSC Masters Cup #37 5th - 6th $13.41 [152][153][154]
23 - 24 November 2013 [OSC] SEA Championship Series, 2013 Grand Finale 13th -16th $23 [155][156]
29 June 2013 Vengeance Cup 2013 Singapore 3rd $300, Spectre mouse and messenger bag [157][158][159][160]
7 April 2013 OSC Masters Cup #29 3rd $31.17 [161][162]
23 November 2012 Intel® Extreme Masters Season (IEM) Season VII - Global Challenge: Singapore 17th - 20th $650 [163][164]
29 July 2012 2012 World Championship Series (WCS) Singapore Nationals 7th - 8th $300 [165]

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