|Date Of Birth
|16 September, 1998
Sleepy Career History
Nikola “Sleepy” Andrews has been known to be one of the best support players in Overwatch. Balancing his heals with a consistent damage output which could easily match with a DPS on his team, constantly keeps him on top of the match. He has had an amazing run with Francisco Shock, and Washington Justice. After his eventual retirement, Sleepy, like all other pro players, made his way to Twitch to start streaming and retired from the pro scene.
You can find some of Nikola’s best plays on his YouTube channel. Here, he plays on the sensitivity 4, and a DPI of 800 as mentioned below. With these tweaks and settings that he’s adjusted himself to, he manages to use precise mouse movement to trace enemy heads and make the most of his arsenal.
Compared to other players, Nikola’s definitely on the younger side, and has his fair share of talent for competitive gaming as he ended up winning two tournaments in 2017 with cash prizes of $780 and $96 respectively.
Sleepy Overwatch Mouse Settings
|cm = 360°
Sleepy Overwatch Crosshair Settings
Sleepy Video Settings
Check out our recommended settings for High FPS in Overwatch 2.
Sleepy PC Specs
|Intel Core i9-10900K 3.7 GHz
|NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti
|G.Skill Trident Z RGB 32 GB (4 x 8 GB)
Sleepy Setup Peripherals
|ASUS ROG SWIFT PG258Q
|Logitech G PRO WIRELESS
|Logitech G Pro X Keyboard
As of now, Sleepy dedicates his content to Overwatch, but is yet to make a return to the professional scene of Overwatch 2. However, he has recently shown some interest in returning to the game’s tournaments. Like a lot of pros in the Overwatch community, Sleepy started from Team Fortress 2 as well, until eventually landing on Overwatch, where he excelled and ended up cementing his name in its hall of fame.
His best character? Zenyatta! And he manages to nail his orbs with extreme accuracy on the settings that we have mentioned above. If you see Sleepy on the opposition, and he switches to Zenyatta, that’s about as far as you’re pushing/defending!
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