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== Biography ==
Suspector began his professional career by attending [[AGL 5 Nashville]] as a member of [[Paragon]] getting 9th-12th with [[Tragic xo]], [[Rage]] and [[bubu dubu]]. He and Tragic then joined [[Nemassist]] and [[WinntuR]] to form [[Cryptic]] for [[AGL 8 Knoxville]] where they finished 7th-8th. For the final Halo 4 event, [[RTX 2014]], he and Tragic joined [[VwS Legendary]] with [[Sargoth]] [[Mikwen]] getting 5th-6th.
===Halo 2 Anniversary===
Suspector continued his career in H2A attending [[UGC St. Louis 2015]] remaining on [[VwS Gaming]]. He was joined by Nemassist, Tragic and WinntuR reforming the old Cryptic roster for a 12th place finish. He and Nemassist then joined [[eL Town]] and [[Cratos]] to form [[Velocity]] for [[Gamers For Giving 2015]] where he would again get a 9th-12 finish. Suspector and [[Velocity]] kicked off season 2 at [[Iron Games Atlanta 2015]], placing 8th at the event.<ref>http://teambeyond.net/iron-games-atlanta-results/</ref> After the event, the Velocity roster was acquired by [[Noble eSports]]. Noble finished in the top 8 at [[HCS Indianapolis]], but it was not enough to qualify for the Finals.
===Halo 5: Guardians===
Shortly after the release of ''Halo 5'', Suspector joined [[eLevate]] alongside [[Randa]], [[iTz So Frosty]] and [[UnLegit]]. The roster did not last long, and Suspector ended up leaving eLevate to join [[Crowd Pleasers]] alongside [[Cratos]], [[Psylince]] and [[DoubleA]] for [[Iron Games Daytona 2015]], where they placed in the top 8. In December, Suspector joined [[Team Allegiance]] alongside [[Cratos]], [[Naded]] and eL TowN. The new roster dominated the [[Halo World Championship 2016]] NA qualifier series, taking the highest seed in the [[Halo World Championship NA Regional Finals 2016|NA Regional Finals]]. At the [[X Games Aspen 2016]] invitational, Allegiance finished 3rd, earning Bronze Medals. At Regionals, Allegiance finished top 4, sweeping their pool and defeating [[Noble eSports]] but being upset by [[Denial eSports]] in the semifinals. Regardless, they qualified for [[Halo World Championship 2016]]. At Worlds, Allegiance suffered an early 3-0 loss to [[Team Liquid]] in their pool, crippling their chances of advancing far into the tournament. Nonetheless, they swept the remaining teams in their pool and upset Pool B winners [[Renegades]] in the quarterfinals, coming back from a 2-0 deficit in Game 3 Coliseum CTF, down 2-0 in the series, in the process, to win the series 3-2 in dramatic fashion. In the semifinals, Allegiance defeated [[Team eLevate]] 4-2, earning a trip to the finals to face the undefeated powerhouse [[Counter Logic Gaming]]. CLG mowed through Allegiance, taking the series 4-0 to be crowned Halo World Champions.
Shortly after Worlds, Suspector left Team Allegiance and joined [[Evil Geniuses]] alongside [[Roy]], [[Lunchbox]] and [[Snip3down]]. The team qualified for the [[HCS/North America/Pro League/Summer 2016/Regular Season|Summer Pro League]] at the [[HCS Pro League Invitational 2016|PAX Invitational]]. At the conclusion of the season, EG sat in 5th place, not enough to qualify for [[HCS Pro League NA Summer 2016 Season Finals|Season Finals]] but enough to secure a spot in the [[HCS/North America/Pro League/Fall 2016/Regular Season|Fall Season]]. After the season concluded, Suspector left EG to join [[Enigma6 Group]] alongside [[Cratos]], [[bubu dubu]] and [[StelluR]]. Their first (and only) event together was [[2050 Chattanooga]], where they took 1st place. Shortly afterwards, as the [[HCS/North America/Pro League/Fall 2016/Regular Season|Fall Season]] of Pro League was kicking off, E6 and StelluR entered a contract dispute, which ultimately resulted in his departure from the team in early October and the return of Shooter. During the fallout from the StelluR incident, Enigma6 were fined 5% of their season earnings by ESL due to misconduct. The new roster's first event was [[HCS Orange County 2016]], where they finished top 6, eliminated through losses to [[Team EnVyUs]] and [[Team Liquid]]. Their next event together was [[UGC St. Louis 2016]], at which they had a much stronger showing, defeating [[Team Allegiance]] and [[Evil Geniuses]] en route to a finals loss against a hybrid [[Team EnVyUs]]/[[OpTic Gaming]] lineup. Enigma6 ultimately finished 7th with a 4-10 record, winning only one match after the departure of StelluR and facing [[HCS/North America/Pro League/Fall 2016/Relegation|Relegation]]. At [[HCS Las Vegas 2016]], E6 finished top 8 after an upset loss to [[3sUP]] - a team they would be meeting at Relegation. E6 chose to face 3sUP in Round 1 and took them out in a very close 4-3 series. In the following round, they defeated [[Team Allegiance]] 4-2, saving their spot in the Pro League.
On December 29th, during the offseason, Suspector left Enigma6 and joined the newly formed [[Problem Solvers]] alongside [[Spartan]], [[Commonly]] and [[Danoxide]]. On January 13th, the Problem Solvers roster was acquired by [[Team Allegiance]], marking Suspector's return to the organization. The new roster's first event together was [[UGC St. Louis 2017]], where they battled out of the Open Bracket to place top 8. After UGC, Allegiance dropped Danoxide and replaced him with [[TriPPPeY]] for [[ME Las Vegas 2017]]. In Vegas, Allegiance placed top 8, narrowly missing out on [[Halo World Championship 2017]] qualification after a 4-2 loss to Danoxide's new team - [[Pnda Gaming]].
The weekend after Worlds, Suspector and TriPPPeY joined forces with [[Naded]] and [[eL ToWn]]. This roster did not last long however, as Suspector ended up returning to [[Crowd Pleasers]], this time alongside Cratos, [[Str8 SicK]] and [[Spartan]]. The team was then acquired by [[Ronin Esports]]. At [[UMG Daytona 2017|UMG Daytona]], Ronin finished 4th in its pool. After a win over [[Wise Gaming]], they were swept by [[Team EnVyUs]] and sent to Losers, where they beat [[DoZe Esports]] before being eliminated by [[Str8 Rippin]] for a top 8 finish. After a weak start to the [[HCS/North America/Pro League/Summer 2017/Regular Season|Summer 2017]] Pro League season, Ronin replaced Cratos with [[eL ToWn]] during the transfer period. Despite the change, Ronin's performance did not notably improve, as they ultimately finished in 7th place in the season and faced relegation at [[DreamHack Atlanta 2017|DreamHack Atlanta]]. In Atlanta, Ronin were able to defeat [[eRa Eternity]] in five games and move on to the Relegation Final match against [[Oxygen Supremacy]]. Ronin won the match 4-2, securing their spot in both the Championship Bracket and the [[HCS/North America/Pro League/Fall 2017/Regular Season|Fall 2017]] Pro League. Ronin were defeated early in the Championship Bracket by [[Luminosity Gaming]] in four games. They rallied back with wins over [[Wise Gaming]] and [[Invictus]] before being swept out of the bracket by eRa Eternity in a Relegation rematch and sent home with a top 8 finish.
Ronin released Spartan during the offseason, replacing him with [[Sabinater]]. After a poor start to the [[HCS/North America/Pro League/Fall 2017/Regular Season|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 2017|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]] [[HCS/North America/HaloWC/2018|season]], replacing Nemassist with [[Artic]] and originally competing as [[CbK]] before being signed by [[Fyra Gaming]] on February 9. At [[MLG Orlando 2018|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]], marking Suspector's return to the organization. Elevate finished second in their pool at [[MLG Columbus 2018|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. 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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