Well this seems to have have attracted a fair bit of attention
but this is the bit that caught my eye.
Good Lord, it's Dharshan Kumaran, who was nearly British Chess Champion: he lost a play-off to Michael Hennigan in Dundee in 1993, the first year I ever went to the championships. I'm not 100% sure I'd come across his name since that kind of time, until he turned up as one of Demis's team just this week, though had I been paying attention I'd have noticed this a few years back.
No Wikipedia page though, even though his achievement included not just the grandmaster title
but world championships at under sixteen level
and under twelve.
Actually that's not quite right: he does have a page in Russian and another in Polish. But not in English.
I don't know who in the chess community tends to put together these things (it isn't me) but if two world championships and the grandmaster title isn't enough, he might, on top of that, be changing our world.