|Season One Invitational||Not Yet Debuted|
|Season Two Invitational||Did Not Attend|
|Season Three Invitational||Did Not Attend|
|Midseason Major||Did Not Attend|
|Season Four Invitational||Did Not Attend|
|Season Five Invitational||Did Not Place|
|Season Six Invitational||Did Not Place|
ETS Results: Three time Winner, three Top 4s
While Carlos Maria “camat0” Torterolo premiered in early Season 2 of the ETS, he didn’t manage to make his mark until his return in Season 5 of the ETS. However, the mark he’s made has been huge. In Seasons 5 and 6, he’s made Top 8 in more than half the events he’s entered and won 3 Weeklies, putting him at second in the race for most Weeklies won. In Season 6, he smashed single season records, thought to be untouchable after Unearthly’s amazing Season 4. And in just two Seasons he earned enough Series Points to earn a Tiebreaker series vs Elunex for the last Points qualification that he proceeded to win 3-2.
camat0’s biggest critic seems to be himself, he’s the picture of humility. He claims to not be a very good player, citing his own poor play and mistakes to be his biggest rival. However, when you talk to other players, a different picture of camat0 takes shape, as a very strong, consistent player. camat0 himself might be more worried about his own mistakes, but he’s become the boogeyman of a fair number of players, off his last two seasons of play. With one of the highest winrates of any of our players, they may be right.
However, like Unearthly, camat0 hasn’t made his mark on a Major tournament. This is the final chance to make a deep run in Season 1 and there are a lot of players hungry for their time in the spotlight. Going by results in the recent meta, camat0 may have the best chance, but the deck he’s put in the most reps with, Argenport Midrange, was recently the victim of a severe nerf to Bartholo. camat0 is very good at coming up with new, interesting takes on decks, but there’s a lot on the line.