Born in Petten, The Netherlands, Morsu started playing video-games at the age of 13, later moving on to League of Legends due to the influence of his nephew.
In the middle of the season, Morsu joined LowLandLions. His first notable tournament with the team was the PROG4MER League Season 1, which they won.
Morsu and the rest of the roster later competed at Insomnia49 Summer 2013. After this came the International Invitational Tournament 2, which eventually lead Morsu and the team into an impressive performance at DreamHack Winter 2013, where they finished 4th, losing to Kiedys Mialem Team in the semifinals. However, at the start of the same month, Morsu represented The Netherlands at the IeSF 2013 World Championship, finishing 2nd behind South Korea. Morsu decided to leave LowLandLions at the end of the season, going on to join Awsomniac.
With Awsomniac, Morsu competed in the EU Challenger Spring Series #2, and a succesful run saw the team picked up by Team Coast Gold. An eventual 4th place finish in the series secured the team a spot in the EU Challenger Spring Playoffs, where they were knocked out by Denial eSports.Europe in the quarterfinals. This lead to Morsu leaving the team.
Towards the end of the season, Morsu joined LowLandLions.White.
With LLL.White, Morsu qualified for the EUCS Spring Season via the EUCS Spring Qualifier after the team beat Different Dimension in their bracket final. The Spring Season was successful for the team, finishing in 2nd place. At this point, the team left the LowLandLions organization. In the Spring Playoffs, they beat Gamers2 before joining Copenhagen Wolves to form Copenhagen Wolves Academy. They went on to lose the final to Origen, meaning they would play in the EU LCS Summer Promotion. In the Summer Promotion, Morsu and the team were beaten by Team ROCCAT. Soon after, Copenhagen Wolves Academy disbanded.
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