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|Birthday||October 22, 1992 (age 28)|
|XBL Gamertag||MoNsTeR SPANKS|
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Zack "MoNsTeR" Miles is a Halo esports player, previously a player for Ambush.
Monster returned at MLG Meadowlands 2008 the following year with team Mind Over Matter!!! alongside Fugo, Aries and Trojan. The team finished twenty-eighth at the first Halo 3 event. Mind Over Matter made changes going into MLG San Diego, replacing Aries and Trojan with Ghost Attack and NizziN. The new roster took twenty-sixth in San Diego. After skipping MLG Toronto, Monster formed Hood Ninjas with Trip, CaPwNzI, and uStorm X. After taking thirty-first at MLG Orlando, Hood Ninjas replaced CaPwNzI and uStorm with Fugo and Violenc3 and failed to make the top fifteen at MLG Dallas.
Hood Ninjas returned at MLG Meadowlands 2009 with MaZeMeNt and Mimic having replaced Fugo and Violenc3. After taking thirty-first at the season opener, Monster and Trip left Hood Ninjas to join High Society alongside Aries and aPG. The new team took twentieth at MLG Columbus. Monster made another step up when he joined Swagger Like Us alongside ZooWuu, Advent, and Thrust. They took thirteenth place at MLG Dallas. Monster then joined a new team - Surprise, alongside Brake, Goofy, and NocturnalKernal. After taking thirteenth again at MLG Anaheim, Monster left Surprise to join The GarbageMen with Adrenaline, BeastX, and Elitest. They took twenty-first at the MLG Orlando National Championships.
At the beginning of the 2010 season, Monster attended the MLG Nashville Combine with a Hood Ninjas roster consisting of himself, Aries, Trip, and JessePeace. They took fifth in the amateur combine. Returning to professional competition, Monster joined Fire Breathin Franks alongside InSaiyan, BuLLeTz, and LethuL, taking twenty-sixth at MLG Columbus. Monster and InSaiyan then joined Relapse alongside BeastX and Fearris, taking thirtieth place at MLG Raleigh.
Going into the 2011 season, the Hot Shots roster replaced Batmayne with Aries and changed its name to RGC Ambush, taking twentieth place at the first professional Halo: Reach event - MLG Dallas 2011. After a poor finish at MLG Raleigh, Monster sat out the remainder of the 2011 season and did not compete again until the Halo 3 2v2 Showdown at Dreamhack Atlanta 2018.
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