Chaser's first major event was MLG Anaheim 2011, where he played alongside Hunter Jjx, Owilly and HK Mario as Victory Chasers. The team placed 22nd. Chasing Victory faced Brake's team in a match for top 16. Chaser impressed Brake during the match, which lead to Brake recruiting him for team Trauma at MLG Raleigh 2011. The team consisted of Chaser, Brake, Demon D and NocturnalKernal. They finished 23rd, and Chaser parted ways with the pro circuit veterans. Chaser spent the remainder of the season teaming with Shooter. At MLG Orlando 2011, they formed Victory Chasers with Hunter Jjx and Dreamcrusha, this time placing 25th. For the MLG Providence Championships 2011, Chaser and Shooter teamed with Cratos and Lifestyle as Crowd Pleasers, netting an 18th place finish. For the MLG Winter Championship 2012, Lifestyle was replaced by Ulrich. The new squad finished in the top 48.
Chaser refrained from competing after Halo: Reach was removed from the MLG Pro Circuit. He returned to competition after the announcement of the Halo World Championship 2016. After moving from team to team over the course of the NA Qualifying series, he found himself on OpTic Gaming alongside Flamesword, MaNiaC and Lifestyle in the Last Chance Qualifier. They won the tournament, securing the final seed at the NA Regional Finals. At Regionals, OpTic finished top 16, failing to qualify for Worlds. On March 24th, FlamesworD confirmed that Chaser was no longer a part of OpTic. After Regionals Chaser would take a shot at qualifying for the HCS/North America/Pro League/Summer 2016 by signing up for the HCS/North America/Pro League/Summer 2016/Last Chance Qualifier on a rag tag roster of the late Str8 Rippin consisting of himself, Mr Blakerz, Prototype and captain Tsquared. They would finish Top 8 needing Top 2 to qualify for regulation. A month later or so Chaser would join Only Good Online alongside MoNsTcR, Rammyy, and duo Prototype. On July 10th the team would be sponsored by 3sUP Enterprises. The team went into the Open Circuit Finals as the #3 seed, needing a top 2 finish to qualify for the Pro League Relegation tournament. Narrowly missing out on qualification in the Winners' Finals, losing a 4-3 series to Denial eSports, 3sUP's next chance was the Losers' Finals against Team eLevate, who they had beaten earlier in the tournament. Unfortunately, 3sUP were disqualified due to network issues.
Looking towards the Fall Open Circuit, 3sUP made a roster change on September 17, replacing Chaser with Abel "Rammyy" Garcia of Denial. As of September 17th Chaser is currently a free agent.
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