Daniel is a behavioural economics student with a passion for complex card games. Being a huge fan of the Witcher lore quickly ignited his passion for Gwent. Enjoying game theory and biased thinking in real life, he appreciates the high skill cap in Gwent; in particular the way how much skill is rewarded and mistakes are getting punished within the gameplay. As team manager he focuses on providing the best environment for competitive players and all organisational matters. Nevertheless, he qualified for Gwent Open #4 and #5, thanks to his efficiency based game approach.
Green Cricket is one of the heads of Aretuza, trying his best to create an environment for players and content creators, where they can thrive and continuously improve themselves.
In addition to his work at Aretuza, he also runs a Gwent Youtube channel for beginners and advanced players alike. He teaches how to become better at Gwent and offers one in-depth Gwent guide each week as inspiration.
As a big fan of the Witcher franchise, SwanDive is always on the lookout for her next Witcher fix. She started playing Gwent in the Closed Beta for the lore – and stayed for the game and the community. Long an avid gamer, Swan found her passion for CCGs and competitive gaming at the Gwent table. Away from it, Swan is studying for her Master’s degree in English and working as content manager for Team Aretuza.
Gwent2town is an avid card game player that comes from A Coruña, Spain. He has been playing Gwent since December 2016 and has been since competing in the highest level. As a card game player, passion and a very demanding attitude pushes him day by day to improve. In Gwent he loves to play effective decks that specialize in thinning and stand out with a complex gameplay. As a captain of Aretuza's competitive division, Gwent2town's main role within the team is organizing the competitive efforts of the team and help plot the strategies out tournament players bring to the tournaments. Gwent2town belief on his teamates is second only to his engineering abilities. He will find a way to give his team the best chance for a strategic advantage.
Henno is the founder of Team Aretuza and a lover of collectable card games. He gets the most joy out of building unusual or weaker decks and trying to make them work. He is a social worker in real life, and enjoys managing the social aspects of Team Aretuza. Henno is a decent Gwent player (at least that’s what he says when you ask him). His goal in Gwent is to make Team Aretuza as successful as possible.