Tech Partner at EQT Ventures.
Head of Motherbrain.
Former Counter-Strike world champion (1999).

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GeekBoys

2001-2002

Founded and built GeekBoys. The first social network for esports, with news, blogs, friend system, message system, wall posts and much more. Over one million registered members.


WoW Arena PvP Ranking

2007-2008

Founded and built the Geekboys Arena Ranking. The first global cross realm arena ranking for World of Warcraft.

Zkillz

2001-2002

Co-Founded and developed Zkillz. One of the biggest ranking systems in the world. Over 200.000 unique players spread over more than 100 servers in 50 countries. Had match making mechanisms that grouped players with similar skill together.

XSReality

2000-2002

Co-founded and built XSReality. The biggest eSports news/community.

Geekboys - News Your Way

1999-2001

Founded and built Geekboys. One of the first RSS aggregators. Over 30.000 members within the first six months of operation.

Frag or Die

2002

One of the first Counter-Strike movies ever made, heavily influenced by skate and ski movies. Over one million downloads before I stopped keeping track.
"The definitive counter-strike frag movie. bds, the legendary Geekboys creator, turned his hand to the counter-strike movie format and instantaneously changed it forever. This movie set the standard for movies after it to follow." - eSport-Video.fr

GeekPlay

1999

Built GeekPlay, a demo utility for Half-Life. It allowed you to browse and watch client recorded demos. With a GUI you were be able to see the information about the demo before playing it, such as an image of the map and player names. GeekPlay also offered customization to suit the users needs with commandline options, had special features such as a mini filebrowser, automatic resolution changer, teamsay stripper, playback speed changer and playback support for old demos. GeekPlay worked with all Half-Life mods that used the standard demo protocol. GeekPlay was downloaded more than one million times.