BloodWater's competitive League of Legends career began with Team 4Not, with whom he played in a number of tournaments. The League of Legends 2011 Winter Brawl was the first of which, where the team finished in 1st place.
After this came the Leaguecraft ggClassic Presented by Gaming.StackExchange, where 4Not came 2nd, losing to Team SoloMid in the final. The roster also enjoyed success in Go4LoL tournaments, winning cups #49 and #51 of ESL Go4LoL 2012 February and going on to win the monthly cup, beating Ordinance Gaming in the final.
After finishing 3rd at CSN playLEGENDS Finals and winning cup #63 of ESL Go4LoL 2012 May, BloodWater left the team to join CLG Black, where he played alongside Zuna and Link.
Bloodwater and his teammates won their first tournament, National ESL Premier League Season III, before finishing 2nd at GIGABYTE Esports LAN, behind Team SoloMid and ahead of CLG Prime. CLG Black then finished 2nd at the Leaguecraft ggClassic Presented by Arqade. The roster enjoyed success in the ROCCAT King Of The Hill, winning the first 3 weeks of the tournament.
Supporting their sub AD Carry, WildTurtle, BloodWater and the team were knocked out in round 4 of the 2012 MLG Pro Circuit Summer Championship, however after the disqualification of Team Curse and Team Dignitas, CLG Black were awarded the prize money for 3rd-4th place, with the prize money for 1st through 4th place being awarded to 3rd through 6th.
The roster's last tournament before disbanding was the National ESL Pro Series Season IV, where the team came 3rd after being knocked out in the semifinals by CLG Prime. BloodWater went on to join Azure Gaming.
BloodWater and his new team participated in the NA LCS Spring Qualifiers, but did not manage to qualify. The organization changed name to Azure Cats before finishing 2nd in the CLG Premier Series. After this, BloodWater left the team.
He then joined Counter Logic Gaming as a sub before leaving the team soon after to join Good Game University, where he played in weeks 2 - 7 of the NA LCS Spring Split. He joined Team Vulcun soon after, playing the last 3 weeks of the split with the team. With Vulcun finishing 2nd, they had qualified for the Spring Playoffs. The team finished in 3rd place, beating Team Curse in the 3rd place match.
BloodWater went on to compete in the Summer Split with Vulcun. Impressive performances on Sona and Thresh in particular helped the team to a 2nd place finish, securing them a place in the Summer Playoffs. BloodWater and the team finished in 3rd place in the playoffs, being Team Dignitas in the 3rd place match. This meant that they had secured themselves a spot in the Season 3 World Championship.
BloodWater participated in the World Championship with Team Vulcun, alongside Sycho Sid, Xmithie, mancloud, and Zuna. The team finished 4th in their group, going 3-5, meaning they would not progress to the bracket stage of the tournament.
After the World Championship, BloodWater stayed with the team when Vulcun disbanded to rename as XDG Gaming.
BloodWater participated with XDG in the Spring Split of the LCS. However, disappointing performances from the team saw BloodWater released after week 5 of the split, with XDG sitting bottom of the standings table.
At this point, BloodWater took a break from the competitive scene, but has since been a substitute for Team Coast.
In May 2015, BloodWater returned to competitive gaming, joining Maelstrom Gaming to play in the NACS Summmer Qualifier. However, after a loss to CLG Black in the second round of their bracket, the team disbanded.
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