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Morguh broke out in the European competitive scene shortly after Halo World Championship 2016, initially joining Online Wolves alongside Fable, Jestaz and Helios. The team finished in the top 16 in the Summer Pro League Last Chance Qualifier. Morguh then set his sights on the Summer Open Circuit, joining Ironide Gaming alongside Jestaz, Helio and Morguhh12 (a different player with a similar handle). Morguhh12 was quickly replaced by Lewis Bush. After an unimpressive first four weeks, Ironide replaced Lewis Bush with PREDATOR. The team ultimately finished in the top 12 in the Open Circuit Finals and missed out on Relegation.
Morguh returned for the Fall Open Circuit on Egoed alongside Quadios, Zhuh and Simplay. The team quickly established itself as a top 3 contender in the Open Circuit and were successful in their bid to qualify for Relegation, finishing 2nd in the Open Circuit Finals. Egoed very nearly became a pro team in Relegation, narrowly defeating VwS Gaming in the opening round but falling to BitterSweet in their first qualifying match and VwS in the Losers Finals.
Looking to qualify for Halo World Championship 2017, Morguh and Zhuh joined EpZhuhLon (soon known as Pace Making Pandas) alongside the legendary twins BUK 20 and BUK 57. The underdog squad took an impressive 4th place finish at Gfinity London, but that was still not enough to qualify for Worlds. Morguh then reunited with Quadios on Best Routers EU alongside Riotz and Batchford. The team finished 2nd in the Last Chance Qualifier, narrowly missing out on a trip to Worlds.
Late in May, Morguh joined Hmmmm alongside Zhuh, WarLord and Shady. The team was successful in qualifying for the Summer Pro League and signed by exceL eSports shortly after. After a 0-2 start to the season, Morguh left the team to join Vexed Gaming alongside Lunny, Riotz and Mose. Vexed won only one map over the remaining three matches of the season and finished in fourth with a 2-3 record, just good enough to qualify for the Championship Bracket at DreamHack Atlanta. In Atlanta, Vexed were taken out in the opening round by Team Infused before being swept out of the event by eRa Eternity, resulting in a top sixteen finish.
Going into the Fall 2017 EU Circuit, Morguh returned to Pace Making Pandas alongside BUK20, Syn and Zhuh. After establishing itself as a top contender, the team was signed by Endpoint. At Gfinity London, Endpoint finished fourth after losses to Supremacy and Vexed Gaming, just missing out on a DreamHack Denver spot. They tried again in the LCQ, but finished second.
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