He began gaming at the age of 14 with Counter-strike 1.6, World of Warcraft and DotA. While playing Dota, Mezidi noticed publicity for League of Legends and began playing with friends. Haydal quit school in order to pursue a place on a professional LoL team, or to work in the E-sports environment.
At the end of Season 1, Haydal was picked up by Millenium as part of a entirely new roster.
Soon after joining, he moved to the top lane, before moving to AD carry just a month later. It was in this position that he got his first chance to play at a major tournament, the IEM World Championship. Unfortunately, the team performed poorly in the tournament, finishing at the bottom of their group. Just a month after this, the roster of Millenium disbanded, leaving Haydal without a team.
Later on in the year, Millenium resigned Haydal as part of another new roster, only for the team to disband 2 weeks later. After this, he decided to join Eclypsia, where he played with Tabzz. He was on the starting roster as Eclypsia played at Tales of the Lane, but he also subbed for Moscow Five in the tournament show-match. The roller-coaster continued for Haydal, as he was picked up by Millenium yet again as part of yet another new roster, this time including Tabzz and Creaton.
Haydal decided to leave Millenium at the beginning of the new season, joining Uncle Ruckus' Revenge a month later, where he played alongside MrRalleZ. His time in the team was short, leaving only a month later, and taking a break from the scene.
He returned in June, joining Eternity Gaming. With the team, he placed 2nd at Gfinity London 2013, only being beaten in the final by a strong Copenhagen Wolves lineup. Just 2 days later, the roster of Eternity disbanded.
A few months later, Haydal was part of the team that formed SUPA HOT CREW along with fredy122 and Svenskeren. He left the team a few months later.
Haydal took another long break from the competitive scene, apart from competing as a sub for oceloteWorld at IEM Sao Paulo when Yuuki60 was unavailable. In May he joined SK Gaming Prime under his new alias, Zyzz. With the team he won Challenger Series Summer #2, granting them a spot in the Challenger Summer Playoffs. The team performed well, losing only to H2k-Gaming in the final of the tournament.
Their performance at the playoffs saw them rewarded with a spot at the Spring Promotion. Here, SK Prime lost their promotion game against Gambit Gaming. Soon after this disappointment, the team disbanded.
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