Brandon "Easy" Doyle was born in Pomona, California in 1993. He has a long history of playing video games, starting with StarCraft I, which he began to play when he was four years old.
Easy began playing League of Legends in October 2010. His first team was unRestricted eSports, and then in June 2013 he joined Gold Gaming LA, where he played until September, when the organization released its entire roster, including Easy, Umashi, Wappa Chang, uulum, and Bunny FuFuu.
Easy joined Zenith eSports in May 2014, as part of its initial roster, including himself, Akaadian, MiMo, GGJJ, and Hakuho. With Zenith, he won multiple Go4LoL tournaments, and placed third in the Fall Black Monster Cup. In Riot-sponsored events, Zenith made it to the quarterfinals of the 2014 NACS Summer Series 2 but were then eliminated by Team 8. The team also qualified for the Spring Expansion Tournament via the ranked 5's ladder but then were eliminated in the first round by Final Five.
Easy left Zenith in January 2015 to join CLG's Challenger team, CLG Black. After qualifying for the NACS Spring Season, the team placed 6th and last in the season, after losing a tiebreaker game to TSM Darkness. Easy did not play on the last day of the season.
Easy attempted to enter the NACS Summer Qualifier with Escalate Legion Gaming; however, the team and all of its players were suspended from competing in any Riot-sponsored League of Legends competition until the 2016 spring split after being found guilty of using ringers in official matches on the Challenger ladder.
Easy switched regions to Latin America North for the first half of 2016, playing with Galactic Gamers through week 5 of the LAN Opening Cup. After he left, the team placed second in the round robin. In May, Easy joined the re-formed Denial eSports along with Allorim, Zary, Deftly, and 1onz.
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