Salce has been playing competitively since the Baron Nashor Cup in 2009. Prior to playing League of Legends, he mainly played World of Warcraft, Warcraft 3, and Defense of the Ancients. He began playing League of Legends during the beta phase when a friend from World of Warcraft invited him to play. Salce first started his League of Legends career by joining team Epik Gamer as their AP mid laner. He played with the team until they disbanded and went their separate ways. He played solo queue and streamed consistently until Epik Gamer reformed with a new line up, Aphromoo, Salce, Nhat Nguyen, Unstoppable and wingsofdeathx. Epik's lineup was sponsored by Team Solomid and became their B team, Team SoloMid Evo. The team did not participate in many tournaments and after their lack luster performance at the League of Legends season two regional qualifiers the team disbanded. Shortly after the disbandment Curse tried Salce out for top lane but he eventually just became a substitute. Salce stayed as Curse Gaming's substitute until he felt that his services were no longer needed following the acquisition of Voyboy, when he ultimately parted on good terms. Near the end of 2012 Salce was asked by Westrice to re-create Epik Gamer for the season 3 qualifiers. After the team achieved top 32 they tore through the online qualifiers and fell 0-2 in the group stage at the live event and were eliminated. After their poor performance the team disbanded. Salce was the mid lane player for FXOpen e-Sports. However, he stepped down his position and replaced by bigfatlp when Azure Gaming sponsors for FXOpen e-Sports.
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