Last week, the gaming industry lost a great man. Jonas Neubauer TetrisDied on January 4. He is only 39 years old.
Neubauer is the most outstanding classic Tetris Players in history. During his career, he won seven classic Tetris world championships, four consecutive years from 2010 to 2013, and three consecutive championships from 2015 to 2017. He also set multiple records, including in 2018, he cleared 100 lines in three minutes, nine seconds. It was the second fastest time in the world.
With a heavy heart, we conveyed the terrible news that Jonas had passed away due to a medical accident.
He is definitely the best. We are destroyed, full of sorrow, and we already miss him very much.
Information to follow when available.
-Jonas Neubauer (@neubsauce) January 9, 2021
After learning the news of his death, many people went to Twitter to share their memories of Neubauer.
If you want to see this master at work, Neubauer’s Twitch channel will spend a few hours showing the world why he is considered a competitive face Tetris. On Destructoid, we express our sincere condolences to Mr. Neubauer’s family and friends for the loss.
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