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== Biography ==
===Halo 5: Guardians===
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 [[HCS/Europe/Pro League/Summer 2016/Last Chance Qualifier|Last Chance Qualifier]]. Morguh then set his sights on the [[HCS/Europe/Open Circuit/Summer 2016|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 [[HCS/Europe/Open Circuit/Summer 2016/Open Circuit Finals|Open Circuit Finals]] and missed out on Relegation.
Morguh returned for the [[HCS/Europe/Open Circuit/Fall 2016|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 [[HCS/Europe/Pro League/Fall 2016/Relegation|Relegation]], finishing 2nd in the [[HCS/Europe/Open Circuit/Fall 2016/Open Circuit Finals|Open Circuit Finals]]. Egoed very nearly became a pro team in Relegation, narrowly defeating [[VwS Gaming (Europe)|VwS Gaming]] in the opening round but falling to [[BitterSweet (Europe)|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 2017|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 [[HCS/Europe/HWC 2017/Last Chance Qualifier|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 [[HCS/Europe/Pro League/Summer 2017/Regular Season|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 2017|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 [[HCS/Europe/Open Circuit/Fall 2017|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 2017|Gfinity London]], Endpoint finished fourth after losses to [[Supremacy]] and [[Vexed Gaming]], just missing out on a [[DreamHack Denver 2017|DreamHack Denver]] spot. They tried again in the [[HCS/Europe/Pro Circuit/Fall 2017/Last Chance Qualifier|LCQ]], but finished second.
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