I started counter-strike 1.6 when I was 8 years old with my dad and brother. We played weekly together and I had played hours a week until CS:S came out and we switched over to that. I became decent at CS:S until CS:GO came out in 2012. At first I did not enjoy the game as the mechanics were drastically different and I was not a fan. I later picked it up as it grew in popularity and started competing in ESEA in season 18. A year or two later I started going to college, which was the first year collegiate CS even became a thing, I join the Ohio State University eSports team and we placed 3rd/4th in the nation which really solidified the idea of playing CS:GO more seriously for me. Since then I have been competing mainly for collegiate CS but as I graduate in 2019 I am transitioning to focus more on my ESEA Main season.
I am a senior Economics major at The Ohio State University and I have been playing video games since 2004 when my uncle showed me Return to Castle Wolfenstein. It blew my mind being able to play with people all around the world and ever since I have always been trying to compete at the highest level in first person shooters.