|Country of Birth||United States|
|Birthday||January 25, 1999 (age 20)|
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Halo 5: Guardians
Danoxide emerged on the scene in late 2015, competing in the Halo World Championship NA Regional Finals 2016 online qualifying series. Eventually landing on team Triggers Pound alongside Cloud, Hysteria and Assault hours before roster lock, his team managed to qualify for the Regional Finals. At Regionals, Triggers Pound were able to secure a spot at Halo World Championship 2016 with a top 8 finish. Prior to Worlds, Triggers Pound were signed by Cloud9. At Worlds, Cloud9 were upset in their group by the European Epsilon eSports, leading to their finishing below 2nd in their group and being the only North American team at the event to not make it out of its group.
Following Worlds, Danoxide left Cloud9 and eventually found himself on Team eLevate alongside Heinz, Randa and Swift Kill. After a failed attempt to qualify for Pro League, eLevate replaced Swift Kill with Falcated and began competing in the Open Circuit. In the midst of the Open Circuit season, Danoxide joined Team Liquid alongside Spartan, Eco and StelluR as an emergency sub, replacing Assault. The new roster would end up finishing 2-12, good enough for only 7th place. At Relegation, Liquid were able to keep their spot by finishing 1st.
After the season concluded, Spartan and StelluR left the team to seek other opportunities, leaving Eco and Danoxide with the Team Liquid seed. They eventually recruited Naded and eL TowN. As Team Liquid had opted to part ways with Eco and Danoxide in favor of a new team, the roster found a new home under Luminosity Gaming. Luminosity had an up and down Fall Season, having impressive showings against the strongest of teams. After some struggles, they replaced Eco with Victory X. Luminosity ended up just missing out on qualifying for the Season Finals in the final week, finishing with a 6-8 record good enough for 5th place.
On December 29th, during the offseason, Danoxide left Luminosity and joined the newly formed Problem Solvers alongside Spartan, Suspector and Commonly. On January 13th, the Problem Solvers roster was acquired by Team Allegiance. Shortly after a top 8 finish at UGC St. Louis 2017, Danoxide announced his release from Allegiance on Twitter. He reunited with Naded a short time later, joining Pnda Gaming alongside Naded, Cratos and Str8 SicK. At ME Las Vegas 2017, Pnda showed new life with Danoxide on board, taking out Team Allegiance in a dramatic series to qualify for Halo World Championship 2017 and ultimately finishing 4th overall after another win over Str8 Rippin followed by a loss to Team EnVyUs. On March 13th, Pnda announced the release of its Halo roster. Cratos confirmed that they would be competing as Crowd Pleasers moving forward. The following day, it was announced that Crowd Pleasers would be sponsored by MoneyMatches for Worlds and attending as TMMT Crowd Pleasers. At Worlds, Crowd Pleasers were placed in a group alongside reigning champions OpTic Gaming and 2nd-ranked EU squad Supremacy. CP were able to defeat Supremacy 3-1, but were swept by OpTic for a 2nd place finish in the group. In their first match of the Championship Bracket, CP were defeated 4-3 in a very close match against Str8 Rippin. Looking to go on a Losers' Bracket run, they defeated London Conspiracy 4-1 to clinch top 8, but could not get past Team EnVyUs, who swept them 4-0 and sent them home with a top 8 finish.
Following Worlds, Danoxide left Crowd Pleasers to join Str8 Rippin alongside AcE, aPG and Heinz. At UMG Daytona, Str8 finished 3rd in its pool. They started off well in the main bracket with a 3-0 win over Believe the Hype, but were upset by Oxygen Supremacy in the following round. After wins over eRa Eternity and Ronin Esports in Losers, Str8 were swept by Team Liquid and bowed out with a top 6 finish. After a poor start to the Summer Pro League season that saw them sitting in 8th place with no wins, Str8 made a roster change, trading AcE to Team Liquid in exchange for Rayne. APG left shortly after, his spot eventually filled by Kaotic. Things did not improve for Str8, as they ultimately finished the season winless in eighth place and faced potential relegation at the DreamHack Atlanta Finals. In Atlanta, Str8 lost to Oxygen Supremacy in the Winners and Elimination Brackets, becoming the first team to be relegated out of an HCS Pro League spot. In the Championship Bracket, Str8 were first swept by Team EnVyUs before being eliminated by Evil Geniuses in a 3-1 loss, ending Str8's abysmal Summer season with a top sixteen finish.
On August 25th, Str8 announced its new roster, retaining only Danoxide from the Summer lineup. Joining him were BabyJ, Commonly and a returning Ace. With no Pro League spot, Str8 instead competed in the Fall 2017 Open Circuit, finishing first in the first Legendary Cup and following it up with back-to-back second place finishes. In the final cup of the season, Str8 were able to win consecutive series over eRa Eternity in the Grand Finals to steal first place and win the $2,000 prize. At the DreamHack Denver Finals, Str8 made a statement with their first Championship Bracket match, sweeping the fifth seeded Luminosity Gaming. In the following round, they were swept by Splyce. After a close win over the French Supremacy, Str8 were eliminated by top European team Team Infused in a 3-1 loss, resulting in a top eight finish.
Danoxide left Str8 during the offseason, joining Elevate for the first half of Halo World Championship 2018 season. The roster finished in the top twenty-four at MLG Orlando after a loss to Myztro Gaming sent them home in the open bracket. Danoxide left Elevate shortly after Orlando to join Oceanic Squad alongside Falcated, Shooter, and Tapping Buttons.
- Danoxide has coined the death stare in his words, "I am staring into your soul."
- Danoxide has been known to make funny loud "raptor noises" at events.
- Danoxide is often considered the most energetic and quick moving in game by friends and players alike.
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