|Country of Birth|
|Birthday||December 31, 1999 (age 21)|
|Team||Mav3ricks Gaming Club|
|Social Media & Links|
Endika "Sukry" Andres is a Call of Duty esports player, currently a player for Mav3ricks Gaming Club. He is well known for his time on Giants Gaming, Team Heretics dynasty, and TrainHard Esport.
There is a disambiguation page
associated with the name Sukry
. One other player shares this ID.
|XPRES||May (approx.), Buka, Lucky, Oney, and Sukry join.|
|XPRES||May (approx.), Buka, Lucky, Oney, and Sukry leave.|
|PAIN||August 13, CooperZ, IsMa, and Sukry join.|
|PAIN||December 9, TeRReMoTo joins. Sukry leaves.|
|PAIN||January 5, Buka, Supraaz, and Kaiser (Assistant Coach) join. Sukry rejoins. CooperZ, IsMa, and TeRReMoTo leave.|
|PAIN||January (approx.), EDU joins. Sukry leaves.|
|KIYF||February (approx.), Drumpz, IsMa, khaOs, and Sukry join.|
|KIYF||June 28, Sukry leaves.|
|MRN||July 21, Buka, CooperZ, and Sukry join.|
|MRN||October 23, Buka, CooperZ, Glaaix, and Sukry leave.|
|PAMRN||January 7, EupHo and Sukry join. CooperZ leaves.|
|PAMRN||January 8, Buka, EupHo, Glaaix, and Sukry leave.|
|PAM||January 8, Buka, EupHo, Glaaix, and Sukry join.|
|PAM||April 1, Sukry leaves.|
|KIYF||April 12, Sukry and Supraaz rejoin.|
|GIA||August 2, Sukry joins. NacHo (Head Coach) leaves.|
|KIYF||August 2, Sukry leaves.|
|GIA||December 26, Sukry leaves.|
|HTCS||June 17, Sukry leaves.|
|GIA||June 27, Sukry joins. |
YaKo moves to substitute.
|GIA||July 30, Braaain, Niall, Sukry, SupeR, |
YaKo, and Asen (Head Coach) leave.
|Eff||August 22, envdiaN, PuNi, Sukry, SupeR, YaKo, and Drumpz (Coach) join.|
|Eff||September (approx.), envdiaN, PuNi, Sukry, SupeR, YaKo, and Drumpz (Coach) leave.|
|Eff||October (approx.), envdiaN, PuNi, Sukry, SupeR, and YaKo leave.|
|TH||November 20, Keza, Linney, Nastie, Sukry, and Wailers join.|
|PSH||February 17, Sukry joins as temporary substitute for NGL Masters Division 2020 Stage 1.|
|TH||February 18, Sukry leaves.|
|TaL||March 20, Sukry joins.|
|PSH||April 9, Sukry (temporary substitute) leaves.|
|PSH||May 6, Sukry rejoins as temporary substitute for NGL Masters Division 2020 Stage 2.|
|TaL||June 2, Buller and Sukry leave.|
|NME||June 18, Braaain, JRezzy, Niall, Sukry, YaKo, and 7omm1 (Coach) join.|
|NME||June (approx.), Braaain, JRezzy, Niall, Sukry, YaKo, and 7omm1 (Coach) leave.|
|PSH||July 6, Sukry (temporary substitute) leaves.|
|TaL||July 10, envdiaN, PuNi, Sukry, SupeR, and YaKo rejoin.|
|TaL||September 27, envdiaN, PuNi, Sukry, SupeR, and YaKo leave.|
|MV3||December 11, Ninjaso, ReeaL, Sukry, Vikul, Toro (Coach), and Guille (Manager) join.|
World War II
Sukry and JurNii joined into Team Heretics to replace envdiaN and Pabloskis, FlexZ joined to compete in the CWL National Circuit Spain 2018 Stage 1 for JurNii. At CWL Atlanta the team not only made it out of the Open Bracket but did so in the Winners Bracket, qualifying for pool play. They unfortunately were matched with OpTic Gaming, FaZe Clan, eUnited, and eRa Eternity and went 0-4, sending them to the beginning of the Losers Bracket. After defeating Most Wanted in Round 1, they were defeated by UNILAD Esports. This Top 20 placement was the best by a Spanish team at a major CWL event since Gamers2's Top 16 finish at the Call of Duty Championship 2015. The team would go on to get out of the Open Brackets at both CWL Birmingham and Seattle but were not able to qualify for Relegation.
Going into the second half of the year, Heretics was the two-time defending champions of the Spanish National Circuit. They won the Regular Season of the LVP Season 13 but finished fourth at the Final Cup. Right before the Final Cup, the team had attended CWL Anaheim and once again made it out of the Open Bracket but were beaten by Enigma6 in the first round of Losers Bracket. Looking ahead to the biggest event of the year, Heretics attended the Call of Duty World League Championship 2018 Last Chance Qualifier as now four-time defending Spanish National Circuit Champions. They defeated Vertacon and Morituri eSports with a combined map count of 6-1 to qualify for the World Championship. On day 1, they beat Epsilon eSports in the first match and then almost defeated group favorites Team Kaliber but lost on the final map and tK completed a reverse sweep. On day 2, they needed a one victory with 3-0/3-1 for qualify against Lightning Pandas to try and force a tiebreaker but lost map 5 again, eliminating them from the champs.
Black Ops 4
Sukry and the boys into the new game by adding the young promise MettalZ to their already established lineup.
They started out the season on fire by winning two out of the first three online 2Ks and the CWL Las Vegas Spanish Qualifier. At CWL Las Vegas, the team made it out of the Open Bracket in Winners by defeating one of the Open Bracket favorites FaZe Clan Black 3-0. This sent them into Pool B with Evil Geniuses, Luminosity, Red Reserve, and UYU. The team went 1-3, with their only win being pool winners Evil Geniuses, and were sent to the first round of the Losers Bracket. They defeated Revenge but were then knocked out by Team Reciprocity with a Top 20 finish. This placement was good enough for them to qualify for the CWL Pro League Qualifier. At the qualifier, they solidified themselves as a top team by winning five out of the six matches in their pool, only losing to Team Envy in map 5. This gave auto qualification to the CWL Pro League 2019, the first time for a Spanish team.
They got off to an unbeaten start in the Pro League with a 5-0 record, before things started to go against them with the departure of Sukry and signing the Italian player Wartex with a problems into the team.
Sukry is moved to Giants Gaming for end of season replaced YaKo. The Giants placed second in last 1K with a 'For Feit' in the final and second place in CWL Amateur Finals Spanish Qualifier losing in second BO5 map 5 against Movistar Riders. In the last event of the season, the CWL Amateur Finals 2019, one of the great favorites to Open Bracket, second seed of Europe and Global seed 4 was left out of the qualifying places to the Call of Duty World League Championship 2019 with a top 25/32 to everyone's surprise.
- Went undefeated in the 2018 CWL National Circuit Spain Stage 2 and Stage 4.
This table shows up to the 10 most recent results. For complete results, click here.
|2021-02-08||NGL Masters Division 2021 Stage 1|AML
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