His first breakthrough year was in 2014 during Call of Duty Ghosts where he placed high at multiple European events where he represented top organizations such as Team Orbit. It was joked about how Hawqeh was an "online player" after beating the top teams in Europe consistently online. It was during Ghosts whereby Hawqeh attended his first LAN event began to take competitive Call Of Duty seriously.
Hawqeh had a slow start to Advanced Warfare and had to wait until mid-2015 to find success on LAN whereby he began to really make a statement in the European scene winning his first event Insomnia 55 later that year under Barrage eSports which Hawqeh was under for the majority of the year.
At the start of Black Ops 3 Hawqeh remained under Barrage eSports however was unable to qualify for the Call Of Duty World League season 1 via the online qualifiers. Despite this Hawqeh due to his sheer talent was offered a place on the roster of Epsilon eSports who had already qualified for Season 1 in Cologne, Germany. Epsilon were looking for a player due to dropping Watson for not playing enough. Soon after joining Epsilon eSports Hawqeh was traded to Splyce from Epsilon eSports for Reedy who had been benched from the team. The inaugural season soon started after with the final Splyce lineup being Hawqeh, Bance, Joshh and Vortex. Splyce had a fairly average league finishing 4th which was around about what was expected however importantly made it to the finals in Cologne and ensured their spot in Season 2 of the Call Of Duty World League. In Cologne Splyce surprised many ending Season 1 in 2nd eventually losing to Millenium in the finals and between them taking home $36,000. All of Hawqeh's grinding had payed off and had finally proved himself to be a top player in Europe with some spectacular performances beating Team infused who were one of the favorites to win after taking the previous LAN event and ending Regular Season in 1st.