Aloha, I am Mitchel, aka Taz, and have been playing games for as long as I can remember. Even back on NES I would compete against my cousins which has sparked my competitive gaming side. When playing games, I always strive to do my best, whether I’m competing or just messing around with friends.
I started competing online with Counter Strike and have continued to compete in various shooters. After trying to push duo ranks with Zim and holding a high rank it was time to take PUBG to the next step and compete in tournaments. I started streaming to hangout and chill while being able to share experiences with people.
I stream a variety of games, as with life you need to take a break what you are doing every once in awhile to just enjoy the moment. So, remember to layback, chill out, and stop on by for a mixture of laughter and try hard game play.
Gaming for living always seemed impossible. When I started playing I made a lot of friends, made teams and joined a lot of teams and gained a lot of experience. Teamwork is crucial in PUBGM. Be part of the community, whether it is participating in forum discussion or keeping yourself updated with games. The will that pushed me to become pubgm player made me stronger and stronger. I always used to watch professional players in games like Dota2 CS 1.6 and PUBG. PUBGM interested me and some of my friends that I watched on Twitch, made me follow them and become like them. Since mobile gaming isn’t as popular as pc or even console i believe that in the future it will be on the same level if not higher. Long hours of constant and epic fights with my team made me like this. It’s hard to become a professional player because you have to put a lot of effort and hard work during training.
I’ve always loved playing games competitively and played a variety of games. Playing games like Mw2, LoL, and even Osu!, developed my love for competitive gaming. I’ve pretty much spent my whole life gaming. PUBG first interested me being able to see some of my closest friends that I moderated on Twitch, getting signed to organizations that I’ve played against in other games. Seeing it done before my eyes was similar to eupiphany. It prompted me to follow in the same successful steps that I was introduced to. Other than fun mobile games like Fun Run, UNO etc. I have never been interested in being a mobile gamer. PUBGM came out and I was alreaedy familiar with the PC scene so it was very natural for me to play and grind.
I’ve always been interested in playing video games ever since my first console, the good ol’ Xbox 360. Even at the young age of six, I was fascinated by how a series of ones and zeros could manipulate entire worlds, allowing for one’s imagination to become reality, on the virtual level, at least. Come a few years, I was on the computer watching professional players in various games such as H1Z1, Overwatch, and, of course, PUBG, and one day, as I was spectating a Twitch Rivals tournament the same beautiful flick shot of a shotgun that I had viewed over and over again for the past years spurred a different reaction in me than the normal “PogChamp.” What if I could be the next professional holding up the trophy, able to wake up every day and receive a high level of respect, a level which rivals that of prominent political figures today? That was the question that brought me to where I am today, fighting to be at the top-of-the-top in not only skill, but experience in the field of professional play, of course with the help of my comrades and many people I have met on this quest (I love you, father Dex.) It used to be “I want to be the next Shroud,” but now, it is “I want my self-expectations to me met through and through, and leave Earth knowing my children and my children’s children are proud of my legacy.” That is my modus vivendi which keeps me wanting to be engaged in the professional gaming field, the professional gaming world.
I started developing my love for gaming with a game called Minecraft. At age twelve, I played this game with my friends, who also shared my love of Minecraft. I enjoyed meeting new people to play with, and we spent hours upon hours playing together. As I aged, an old friend of mine introduced me to PUBG mobile. Due to this game being new to me, I didn’t play it very much, but as time went by, I found myself really enjoying the game. On November 21, 2018 I met my beloved team leader, Dex, who introduced me to a whole new world: the competitive scene.