Meet Kevin Krupnick!

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Meet Kevin Krupnick, one of the US Nationals Champions about to play in the Krosmaster Worlds!

We are so excited to have great representation of our American Krosmaster Player base in France this weekend for the World Championships! If you are not able to attend the World Championships in Roubaix France this weekend, please tune in on Twitch and route for your favorite competitors!

Now, get to know Kevin a little more and route for him this weekend!

How long have you been playing?

Since September 2013
What other kinds of games do you play?
Any competitive game.
What is your favorite team of characters to play and why?
Nox and friends, I like the look of nox and the design of his character.

What would you like to say about your general strategies? Do you have a certain play style or strategy that you have developed to Master the Krozmos?

I try to assess what strategy is best against the current team I am facing.

Care to share your thoughts on strategy for the Worlds? There have been several teams posted from the winners in other countries- do their team selections inform your choice in Krosmasters at all?

This can give you an idea of what will be there but people can just as easily change it up.

What did it feel like to compete at Nationals?
It was a lot of fun and very exciting.
What are you looking forward to at Worlds? Are you nervous? Tell us about your plans for your trip!
I am nervous because I haven’t had time to play a bunch leading up to the trip but overall I am just really excited to meet some of the best players in the world and compete in the championships.

What do you love about Krosmaster and why are you an avid player/collector?
The game play is amazing as well as it being a very attractive game.

What is your most memorable game of Krosmaster?
It would have to be the top 8 match I won at nationals against a good friend Thomas Crombie. It was bitter sweet because it meant I was going to France but he couldn’t as well.

Do you prefer to collect as many coins, and rewards as possible, or get right to the action?

It depends on the opposite team but I never see it as a bad thing to have a money lead.

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