Boamx rose to competitive Halo prominence during the qualifying stages for the Summer 2016 Pro League. On team High Riders with teammates Pyrettic, MilkSquad and Blasta, Boam qualified for the Last Chance Qualifier to get into the Pro League. His team finished in the bottom four.
He attended his first event, 2050 Chattanooga, as a member of Infamous eSports alongside Dallay Lama, SneakyBran and Yiws. They finished 4th. After Chattanooga, Boam, Yiws and fellow Chattanooga attendees Nemassist and DasTroyed formed The Chatt Shade Squad for the Fall 2016 Open Circuit. After a few weeks of standing up against elite competition, the Shade Squad replaced Yiws with LifeStyle and were soon signed by esports organization Most Wanted.
Fresh off of a 1st place finish in an Open Circuit Legendary Cup, the new roster attended HCS Orange County 2016, looking to qualify for the Open Circuit Finals as one of the top four am teams at the event. They did much more than that, finishing 4th overall and very nearly defeating the #1 seeded Team EnVyUs in the process.
Most Wanted attended the next event, UGC St. Louis 2016. Most Wanted made it all the way through the open bracket without dropping a single game, and finished 2-1 in pool play. They would defeat the likes of Templar eSports, led by FearItSelf, but would fall to the #6 seeded Evil Geniuses. In the Championship bracket they would lose out 3-2 to the #8 seeded Team Allegiance in round 1. In round 2 they would 3-0 Team Solstice, but would eventually fall in round 3 to the returning Evil Geniuses 3-1. They would walk out with a 5th-6th place finish, and $2,500.
Despite qualifying for HCS Las Vegas 2016 at HCS Orange County, on November 1st Boamx would be released from Most Wanted and join Open Circuit team Contagious. The roster would consist of himself, TireIron, TriPPPeY, and Lil Saiyan. Whether or not they will attend HCS Las Vegas 2016 has not been confirmed. On November 14th Contagious would be recruited by the new organization 6S Gaming. On the same day they alongside 3sUp would qualify for the newly formed eSports Minor League, a new league designed based on the Pro League to give players a chance to showcase their skills outside of the top 8.
On December 20th, 2016, Boamx left 6S Gaming.
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