Havoc has been competing in Halo since 2014. He is currently studying International Business in college. He is from New Zealand but has been living in Ireland since early 2012. He was born on 7th September 1995
Havoc first started competing during the European Halo 3 competitive revival. He first attended Multiplay Insomnia 51 as a member of Pro Era alongside Deadball, Clutchin and Daleshotz. They placed 5th after losing 3-1 to Vibe in the loser bracket, Havoc then went on to stick with Clutchin alongside Knight and FatalFerocity to play as STN at Multiplay Insomnia 52. They placed 5th after a grueling Game 5 against NME eSports to get into the T6.
Havoc joined up with GodShot, Snakey and Flamez for Multiplay Insomnia 54, competing as Insight as a last minute pick up for the team. They finished 4th. Havoc then went on to attend Multiplay Insomnia 55 with a makeshift with Hollers Warlord and Lethal to play under Tactical Gaming.The team went on to place 4th and claim £250.
Havoc started Halo 5 with an almost identical lineup as he had previously competed with the additions of Snakey, Godshot and Lunny now being acquired by exceL eSports, hoping to qualify for Halo World Championship 2016. They would first have to qualify for the EMEA Regional Finals through the Gfinity UK qualifying circuit. At Halo World Championship Tour: London, exceL finished 4th, failing to earn a spot at Regionals. The team made a complete split and Havoc was offered to play as a fill in for Vinco Gaming at the EMEA Regional Finals, Havoc took the offer and placed 9-12th alongside Pupsky, Radical and Sharp.
After failing to qualify for the Summer 2016 Pro League, Havoc formed We Know the Secret alongside Anima, Septic and VexZeus to compete in the Open Circuit. Despite taking 1st place and maintaining it for the first three cups, Havoc left WKTS and opted to coach FAB Games eSports for the remainder of the season.
During the off-season, Havoc was picked up by Team Infused, filling out the roster featuring Batchford, WarLord and Phlux. WarLord ended up being dropped for Kimbo shortly after. Havoc lasted only two weeks on the roster before being dropped. He spent the remainder of the Fall season playing on Pro Rejects in the Open Circuit, failing to qualify for Relegation.
In the lead-up to Halo World Championship 2017, Havoc joined exceL eSports alongside Riotz, WarLord and CreepeazY. CreepeazY was quickly replaced by Flamez.
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