AnT's first Halo event on record is MLG Anaheim 2006, where he played on Under the Influence alongside Legend, TalenT and Game. They finished in 15th place. Ant sat out the rest of the 2006 season as well as the entire 2007 season.
AnT burst into the top 8 as part of team Classic alongside Legend, FeaR and Soldier187 at the Halo 3 kickoff event, MLG Meadowlands 2008. Though the players did not have a history of success at LAN events, they had been successful online in Halo 3's infancy, and looked to translate that success into a high placing at the event. They did just that, taking 2nd place and falling only to Final Boss in the finals. Classic returned at the following event in San Diego, but managed only a 5th place finish. The team attempted to rebound with a roster change, replacing Fear with Naded, but they only managed a 10th place finish at the following event in Orlando. They quickly replaced Naded with Victory X, and returned to a top spot with a 4th place finish in Toronto. AnT's team then made the decision to replace Legend with Victory's former teammate Mackeo, and the team went on to close out the 2008 season with two 6th place finishes in Dallas and Las Vegas.
The original Classic lineup reunited for the Meadowlands 2009 season opener, but after a dismal 13th place finish, it didn't last long. AnT was dropped from Classic, and went on to attend the following event in Columbus with a last minute team - Scraper Bike - which didn't make it out of the Open bracket. He skipped the next event and returned at MLG Anaheim as part of The Influence alongside TwYLighT, Batmayne and TalenT. The team took 12th place at the event, and returned at the Orlando National Championships as Darkest Hour. They closed out the 2009 season with another 12th place finish.
Ant and Twylight stuck together on Darkest Hour to kick off 2010, dropping Talent and Batmayne in favor of Cpt Anarchy and Ant's former Classic teammate - Legend. They finished 7th at the kickoff event in Orlando. At the following event in Columbus however, the same roster could only muster a 16th place finish. This would be Ant's final placing in an MLG Championship Bracket, and he would retire shortly after.