|Country of Birth||Estonia|
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Martin "HeaQ" Kordmaa is the bot laner for Rogue.
HeaQ started his career in the European team Low Priority in May 2015, yet the team only lasted for a month and HeaQ didn’t even manage to play one game with them.
Almost one year later, in February 2016, he joined E-corp Gaming, with whom he only played Gamers Assebly 2016 and, even if the newborn team placed second in the tournament, that didn’t stop him from leaving the team to join Low Priority in April 2016.
With Low Priority HeaQ only played a total of eight games, before the team disbanded as a result to not being able to partecipate in EUCS 2016 Summer, and the Estonian marksman joined SuperMassive TNG, the sister team of SuperMassive eSports, only one month later.
Again, HeaQ didn’t play a lot of games with his new team, as it disbanded right after a victory at TCL 2017 Winter Qualifiers, having only played a total of eight games.
In November, HeaQ joined Iguana eSports, a German team that played in the ESL Meisterschaft. With the Iguana roster, he won a total of two tournaments, ESL Meisterschaft Winter 2016 and ESL Meisterschaft Winter 2016 - Cup 2, and the team also managed to get second place at ESL Meisterschaft Winter 2016 - Cup 4 and reached semifinals at ESL Meisterschaft Winter 2016 - Cup 5. Even if he played significantly less games than the other marksman, Ritix, who was way more known than him, HeaQ still managed to become quite popular in Germany.
As Iguana Esports disbanded to form a new team, ALTERNATE aTTaX (with whom the marksman only played EUCS 2017 Spring Qualifiers) HeaQ joined Giants Gaming, with whom he played his first LCS tournament, EU LCS 2017 Spring, in Group A, ending the season being the last in his group, with a 2-11 score. The Estonian marksman left the team not long after the end of the Spring Split.
He then went on to join another LCS team, Ninjas in Pyjamas yet the same fate attended him: he finished EU LCS 2017 Summer as last place in his group, Group A, with a 2-11 score. The team then got relegated in EU LCS 2018 Spring Promotion, after losing to FC Schalke 04 with a 0-3 score. HeaQ left the team in October 2017.
In December 2017, HeaQ joined another LCS team, Team ROCCAT, and achieved way better results: he played both EU LCS 2018 Spring, placing sixth with a 8-10 score, and managing to get to EU LCS 2018 Spring Playoffs, where the nordic team was upset with a 0-3 loss by Splyce in the first round, then EU LCS 2018 Summer, placing seventh with a 7-11 score.
After the split, ROCCAT disbanded. In November 2018, he was confirmed to be part of Rogue, a newborn LEC team’s roster.
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- June 11, HeaQ: 'I Feel Like the Experience Has Kicked In for Me Now' with Chase Wassenar for Unikrn
- June 21, HeaQ: “It kinda sucks to see players with legendary status; Faker, Bang, Uzi, Rekkles, playing champions with no ability to show their skill.” with Darius Matuschak on The Shotcaller
- July 28, HeaQ: "I felt pressure against H2k. No one wants to be the one losing to the 0-10 team" with Darius Matuschak on The Shotcaller
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