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Background Information
NameJack Conway
Country of BirthUnited Kingdom United Kingdom
BirthdayMarch 1, 1999 (age 22)
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Team History
Oct 2015 - Nov 2015
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Team Illusionlogo std.pngTeam Illusion
Oct 2016 - Jan 2017
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Jan 2017 - Jan 2017
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Oct 2017 - Jan 2018
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Jan 2018- Apr 2020
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Apr 2020 - May 2020
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May 2020 - Sep 2020
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Logo std.pngDonkey Hoof
Jack "Conwakk" Conway was previously a coach for Donkey Hoof.


Conwakk started gaming on the PS1 with games such as MediEvil and Oddworld at a young age. He then moved onto other consoles and games such as the PS2, Xbox with games such as Spyro and Crash Bandicoot. During this time he started playing PC games such as Command and Conquer and Age of Mythology. After going through generations of consoles, he bought a PC in early 2013 and started playing SMITE in March 2013, starting with the Apollo patch.

After 2 years of casual play with real life friends, he started to play ranked and got to high diamond in season 1. He decided to enter the competitive scene when fellow smite player Deku offered to teach him how to coach. He later joined his first competitive team Team Illusion, who competed in the challenger scene.

Conwakk over the years then went on to coaching challenger level teams while occasionally coaching pro level teams in secret. In Oct 2016, he joined Dutch Myrmidons who then went onto compete at a high level in the challenger scene. After a close defeat against Team Dignitas in the open bracket, he was then removed from the team after a player within the team didn't respect him or his coaching. After removal and replacement, Dutch Myrmidons then went on to lose every game.

Conwakk then went onto coaching and jungling for the up and coming DAB Layun and then further on to coaching Team Viral within in South East Asian scene, who ended up coming second within the league after a unfortunate reverse sweep in the finals to Entity Gaming. Team Viral then went on to disband and reform as Mashubois.

Conwakk continued to coach Mashubois until they the SEA competitive scene stopped and now is coaching EU team Donkey Hoof. He also is currently studying Veterinary at University.


  • The nickname originated from his last name, when a real life friend accidentally called him "Conwakk" instead of "Conway"
  • He is real life friends with Smite professional Nika, living in the same town and attending the same schools.
  • The first game he bought was Fallout 3, which continues to be his favourite game series.
  • He is currently studying Veterinary Medicine at the Royal Veterinary College, UK

Team and Tournament History

As Coach

Date Place Event Team Teammates
2016-12-17 A55 - 8 EU Saturnalia Open Logo std.pngTwink 'n Blink


2017-09-29 A22 2017 SEIL Split 3 TeamVirallogo std.pngTeamViral


2017-10-27 A22 2017 SEIL Regional Championship TeamVirallogo std.pngTeamViral


2018-03-25 A11 2018 SEA SGS Phase 1 Mashuboislogo std.pngMashubois


2018-04-21 A22 2018 SEA SGS Phase 2 Mashuboislogo std.pngMashubois


2018-05-13 A77 - 8 SMITE Masters 2018 Mashuboislogo std.pngMashubois


2018-07-1 A22 2018 SEA SGS Summer Season Mashuboislogo std.pngMashubois


2018-09-30 A22 2018 SEA SGS Fall Season Mashuboislogo std.pngMashubois


2020-06-06 A22 SMITE Open Circuit 2020 Season Europe Phase 2 Logo std.pngDonkey Hoof


2020-07-18 I1Q SMITE Open Circuit 2020 Season Europe Phase 2 Relegations Logo std.pngDonkey Hoof


2020-08-22 A66 SMITE EU SMITE Challenger Circuit Phase 3 Logo std.pngDonkey Hoof


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