Miyagi started gaming on the Game Cube when he was young. Miyagi evolved from the Game Cube to the Playstation 2, then on to the Xbox and now the Xbox 360 where he competes today. Miyagi started playing Call of Duty in Call of Duty: Black Ops, where all he played was Hardcore Search and Destroy. Miyagi continued playing Hardcore Search and Destroy throughout Call of Duty: Black Ops until the middle of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 where he then made the switch to Core Search and Destroy. Miyagi wanted to start playing competitive Call of Duty, but before doing so, he wanted to win an amateur event. Four months into Call of Duty: Black Ops 2, Miyagi started his competitive Call of Duty journey with a team called Hatred. What got Miyagi into competitive Call of Duty was PHiZZURP. PHiZZURP streamed Call of Duty: Mordern Warfare 3 at the time and traveled all the way to Europe to play Call of Duty. Through a quick series of changes throughout the Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 season, Miyagi has switched teams from Hatred, Team Ignite, eXcess Gaming, Entity eSports and MRKN eSports.
Miyagi got his major break into the professional call of duty scene when he joined Curse Orange for Season 2 of the MLG CoD League Season 2. Unfortunately the Curse Orange lineup place 11th in Season 2 and they didn't qualify for the MLG CoD League Season 3. Miyagi did however get a second chance in the MLG CoD League, when VanQuish Gaming allowed Elevate to use their roster in the MLG CoD League Season 3. Team eLevate then decided to sell the spot, to Noble Gaming after the roster had a disappointing 0-9 record. Miyagi & the rest of Noble Gaming ended up qualifying for the MLG CoD League Season 3 Playoffs then would surprise everyone by making it to the finals against Team EnVyUs. Team EnVyUs ended up winning in the finals against Miyagi and Noble eSports.
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