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Slim made his Professional Gaming debut at MLG Chicago 2004 with Pysco Soldiers. His team placed 4th and consisted of longtime teammates Tupac, Dragonspear and Sergio. The same line-up had the same result at MLG Atlanta 2004. Slim earned his first and only MLG victory at MLG San Francisco 2004 with Team YES. The roster consisted of Scythe, Tsquared and Zyos. The team with the roster of McGavin and Hug0 placed 4th overall. Slim and Tsquared then joined forces with Alex and Darkman on TDT. This roster placed 4th at the MLG New York City 2004 Championship.
Slim took a break from Professional Gaming but returned at MLG Chicago 2005. His team, ORL Michigan placed 14th and consisted of Victory X, Moocow and Natuku. ORL Michigan eventually changed to FBI Michigan, after replacing Natuku with Tupac and Mackeo replaced Moocow, who moved to coaching. Their first event together was MLG New York 2006 and they debuted at 10th place. The team would pull a rare move by sticking together the entire 2006 MLG season. It paid off with a 5th place performance at the MLG 2006 Las Vegas National Championship. Slim found himself on FBI Icon to start the 2007 season. The line up of Pyrocy, Lightking and Shook On3 placed 7th at MLG Charlotte 2007. Slim retired towards the end of the 2007 season, after a series of underwhelming placings.
- FBI Michigan would later go on to be known as The Agency
|Recent Tournament Results (View All)|
|2005-07-31||21 - 24||MLG Philadelphia 2005 FFA||SLIM|
|2004-10-24||14||MLG New York Championships 2004 FFA||SLIM|
|2004-10-10||9 - 16||MLG Boston 2004 2v2||IGS|
|2004-10-10||2||MLG Boston 2004 FFA||SLIM|
|2004-09-12||2||MLG San Francisco 2004 2v2||YES!|
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