Cris was born October 24th, 1992, in Monterrey, Mexico. Cris moved to Wetumpka, Alabama when he was 3 years old and first interest in video games when he was 6 years old.
Cris was first introduced to League of Legends by a friend back in Season 1 and was hooked and started playing constantly where he quickly climbed the ladder in season 2. Cris has said that he "is honored and hopes to become a valuable asset to team vVv."
Coast had given up their Expansion Tournament qualification due to losing three members of the team that had played in the Promotion Tournament. However, they qualified via the Challenger ladder with the top seed, ahead of Enemy eSports. Coast easily went through the online stage of the tournament, defeating Call Gaming and LoLPro both 2-0. Matched against Curse Academy in the live tournament, they lost in the first round 3-1 but then beat Final 5 3-1 and Team Fusion 3-2 and qualified for the Spring 2015 LCS. Their starting roster going into the 2015 season included Cris, Impaler, Jesiz, Mash, and Sheep.
After a 1-1 record in the first week of play, Coast lost their remaining spring split games and ended the split with a 1-17 record, automatically relegated to the NACS. In the NACS, they won the round robin, beating Renegades in a tiebreaker match, and then placed second in the playoffs, qualifying them to the Promotion Tournament. With Team Imagine chosen by Team 8, Coast played Enemy and won 3-0, returning to the LCS for the 2016 Spring Season.
Coast sold their LCS seed to NRG during the offseason, and the new organization picked up an entirely new roster, leaving Cris without an LCS team. After playing the first game of the season along with Coast jungler Shrimp on NRG in order to meet the three-fifths roster stability rule, Cris's new team Apex Gaming was announced, having acquired Team Imagine's NACS seed. Apex won both the regular season of NACS and the playoffs, using both Eve and Shrimp actively in the jungle. In the promotion tournament, they were seeded first against the ninth-place Team Impulse, to whom they lost, and then against second place Challenger team Team Dragon Knights, a rematch of the Challenger Series finals. This time, they didn't even drop one game against TDK and qualified successfully for the LCS summer split. In September, both Team Dignitas and Apex were acquired by the Philadelphia 76ers in September 2016, to play under the Dignitas name.
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