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Halo 5: Guardians
Zhuh broke onto the European competitive Halo scene during Halo World Championship 2016 season, attempting to qualify for the prestigious event through the EMEA region. His journey began on team Infinity alongside Abra, PEAKVirus (later replaced by Adz and later still, Az) and fi5h and ch1p5. By the fourth stage of qualifiers, Infinity had established themselves as a top UK team and joined the Exertus eSports organization. At Gfinity London, Exertus finished in the top 8, missing out on a Regional Finals spot. After replacing Az and Abra with Adz and A Sneaky Walrus and leaving Exertus to join Rift Gaming, Zhuh tried to qualify again through the UK Last Chance Qualifier, falling just short with a top 4 finish. At Multiplay Insomnia 57, Zhuh and Walrus represented Enraged eSports alongside Batchford and Lethal as they took a 3rd place finish.
After skipping the Summer Pro League qualifying series and the first week of the Open Circuit, Zhuh returned in a big way when he joined The Meme Team alongside A Sneaky Walrus, LooneyDogzz and Quadios. The team immediately solidified itself as a top-3 team in the Summer Open Circuit and ultimately came within one match of qualifying for Relegation.
Quad and Zhuh left The Meme Team shortly after the beginning of the Fall Open Circuit to join Egoed alongside Morguh and Simplay. Like last season, Zhuh's team established itself as a top 3 contender in the Open Circuit. This time, they 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, Zhuh and Morguh 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. With Doodle replacing Morguh, the Pandas tried again in the Last Chance Qualifier but again could only manage a 4th place finish.
Late in May, Zhuh joined Hmmmm alongside Morguh, 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 and was replaced by Batchford. The acquisition of Batchford lead to moderate improvement, with the team taking a 4-0 win over Divine Domination, but they finished in fifth, not high enough to qualify for DreamHack Atlanta.
Going into the Fall 2017 EU Circuit, Zhuh returned to Pace Making Pandas alongside BUK20, Syn and Morguhhh. 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.