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== Biography ==
===Halo 5: Guardians===
Quadios began competing early in ''Halo 5'', starting off on '''Diversity''' alongside [[Yatessj]], [[GG x GHoSTzZ]] and [[Fidei]]. The team failed to make it to the [[Halo World Championship EMEA Regional Finals 2016|EMEA Regional Finals]] for [[Halo World Championship 2016]].
Looking to qualify for the [[HCS/Europe/Pro League/Summer 2016/Regular Season|inaugural Pro League season]], Quad joined [[Diversity]] alongside [[SHERZY 1]], [[Mike]] and [[Dec]]. The team was unsuccessful in their attempts to qualify for the league. Quad finally found his stride a few weeks later, joining [[The Meme Team]] alongside [[A Sneaky Walrus]], [[LooneyDogzz]] and [[Zhuh]]. The team immediately solidified itself as a top-3 team in the [[HCS/Europe/Open Circuit/Summer 2016|Summer Open Circuit]] and ultimately came within one match of qualifying for [[HCS/Europe/Pro League/Summer 2016/Relegation|Relegation]].
Quad and Zhuh left The Meme Team shortly after the beginning of the [[HCS/Europe/Open Circuit/Fall 2016|Fall Open Circuit]] to join [[Egoed]] alongside [[Morguh]] and [[Simplay]]. Like last season, Quad's team established itself as a top 3 contender in the Open Circuit. This time, they 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.
Egoed disbanded shortly after failing to qualify and Quad soon found himself on [[Avada Kedavra]] alongside [[VexZeus]], [[Snipedrone]] and [[Doodle]] in a bid to qualify for [[Halo World Championship 2017]]. After establishing themselves as a top amateur squad, Avada were picked up by [[Epsilon eSports]]. At [[Gfinity London 2017|Gfinity London]], Epsilon finished in the top 6, failing to qualify but winning a small cash prize. In a final bid to qualify for Worlds, Quad joined [[Best Routers EU]] alongside [[Batchford]], [[Riotz]] and [[Morguh]]. 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, Quad joined [[Team Infused]] alongside [[Kimbo]], [[Batchford]] and [[Snakey]], finally landing himself on a team with a pro seed and having a chance to compete in the [[HCS/Europe/Pro League/Summer 2017/Regular Season|Summer Pro League]]. Despite a 2-0 start to the season, Batchford was dropped, replaced by [[Respectful]]. With Respectful on board, Infused finished first in the season with a nearly perfect record, dropping only one map with the new roster over three matches and qualifying for a spot in the Championship Bracket at [[DreamHack Atlanta 2017|DreamHack Atlanta]]. In Atlanta, Infused were able to beat European rivals [[Vexed Gaming]], but could not put a dent in the two American squads they faced - [[Splyce]] and [[Evil Geniuses]], falling 3-0 to both teams and finishing in the top twelve.
During the offseason, Quadios left Infused to join [[Vexed Gaming]] alongside [[Riotz]], [[Lunny]] and [[Qristola]]. After top three finishes in two of the three [[HCS/Europe/Open Circuit/Fall 2017|Fall 2017 Circuit]] cups, Vexed attended [[Gfinity London 2017]], where they finished third, beating [[exceL eSports]] and [[Endpoint]] but losing twice to [[Supremacy]]. The finish was strong enough to qualify Vexed for the Open Bracket at [[DreamHack Denver 2017|DreamHack Denver]]. In Denver, Vexed took the Open Bracket by storm, dropping only one map on their way into the top sixteen. They started the Championship Bracket off questionably with a 3-0 loss to [[Evil Geniuses]], but turned things around with a 3-0 victory over [[Radiant Esports]]. In the second Elimination round, it was not an American team that beat Vexed, but European rivals [[Team Infused]], who sent them home with a top twelve finish.
During the lead-up to [[Halo World Championship 2018]] season, Qristola left Vexed and was replaced by [[Snipedrone]]. Vexed were impressive early in the [[Halo World Championship 2018]] [[HCS/Europe/HaloWC/2018|season]], ultimately going into [[MLG Orlando 2018|MLG Orlando]] as the #2 team in Europe. After finishing third in their group, Vexed defeated [[Mentality Esports]] to secure top twelve before being eliminated by [[Str8 Rippin]] in a sweep. The following week, Vexed attended [[Gfinity London 2018|Gfinity London]], where they finished second to [[Team Infused]], qualifying for Worlds.
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