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|Birthday||May 3, 2001 (age 18)|
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Halo 5: Guardians
Sabinater first emerged on the scene in the lead-up to the Summer 2017 Pro League. Sabinater joined Team Cryptik in May, playing alongside Camper, Scaryotic and Neptune. The team was unsuccessful in qualifying for the season, finishing in the top eight in the LCQ. Sabinater briefly competed in the Summer 2017 Open Circuit, joining Blood Gang alongside Cratos, LifeStyle and DRUK84. The team split after one poor week of results, but Sabinater and Cratos stuck together and joined eRa Eternity alongside Commonly and BabyJ. At DreamHack Atlanta, eRa were unable to earn a spot in the Fall 2017 Pro League, but the team's performance turned around an early 3-0 loss to Splyce in the Championship Bracket. After sweeping Vexed Gaming, eRa took out the team that beat them in relegation - Oxygen Supremacy - 3-2. They then swept pro team Ronin Esports before being beaten 3-1 by Team Liquid and taking a top six finish in Sabinater's first LAN event.
On August 2nd, Sabinater joined pro team Ronin Esports alongside Suspector, Str8 SicK and eL ToWn. After a poor start to the Fall season, Ronin released Str8 Sick, replacing him with Nemassist from the similarly struggling Naventic. With Nemassist on board, the team did not improve, finishing in seventh place with a 1-6 record. At DreamHack Denver, Ronin finished in the top twelve after losses to OpTic Gaming and Luminosity Gaming.
eL ToWn, Sabinater, and Suspector ended up sticking together going into Halo World Championship 2018 season, replacing Nemassist with Artic and originally competing as CbK before being signed by Fyra Gaming on February 9. At MLG Orlando, Fyra were able to go on an Elimination Bracket run and earn a top six finish before bowing out to Team Reciprocity. Shortly after Orlando, the Fyra roster was acquired by Elevate. Elevate finished second in their pool at MLG Columbus, safely qualifying for Worlds. They then lost two close matches to Renegades and Oxygen Supremacy, resulting in a top eight finish. At Worlds, Elevate finished second in its pool, losing 3-1 to Team EnVyUs. In the first round of bracket play, they lost 4-1 to TOX Gaming, but rebounded with a 4-0 sweep over Str8 Rippin in losers. In the following round, they were swept by EnVyUs and sent home with a top six finish.
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