DinTer was a photographer for Garena, while also playing AD carry for an amateur team known as All Lane Carry. The team would come fourth in IPL 5 qualifiers, with the Taipei Assassins taking note of his skill in the bot lane. On January 3 2012, it was announced that TPA's captain and support MiSTakE was transferred to the newly formed sister team, Taipei Snipers, as support and team captain. DinTer was introduced to replace MiSTakE, hoping that his experience as an AD carry would translate to the support role. DinTer and the Assassins would prevail first once more in the 2013 GPL Spring season, but DinTer began to attract criticism for his poor vision control and lack of mastery as support.
The 2013 GPL Summer split would prove to be the end of TPA's reign, as they placed 3rd in the standings. Roster changes would be set ot occur as a result of this. On June 30, TPA announced on the official website the departure of midlaner Toyz and toplaner Stanley, as well as the arrival of the new top laner Achie and support Jay. The AD carry of the team Bebe swapped to the mid lane and DinTer took the place as the team's new AD carry.
On September 10, after the defeat in the 2013 GPL Championship, mid laner Morning joined the team and Bebe returned to the role of AD carry. As a result, DinTer was dropped into substitute. It did not take long for DinTer to return the starting lineup of TPA. On September 18, DinTer replaced Sarsky as the starting jungler.
DinTer soon became an anchor in TPA's lineup playing an effective supportive style for his team. DinTer's esteem within the community would rise as he began to redeem his past performances as support, in the jungle. TPA would retake the GPL crown On January 11 2014, winning the 2014 GPL Winter tournament against the Taipei Snipers. DinTer soon, however became a drag on the team with a lack of early game pressure to rival that of other teams. As a result of this, DinTer would be dropped in favor of TPS' starting jungler, Winds, around the time of All-Star Paris 2014.
DinTer would be announced as one of the ex TPA/TPS players to be brought onto the Hong Kong Esports roster. He would be announced as the team's jungler. The team would fail to qualify for IEM Taipei, but would go on to qualify for the 2015 League of Legends Masters Tournament.
DinTer performed rather well compared to his final days on the Taipei Assassins roster, anchoring Hong Kong Esports in the upper echelon of the LMS. However, it would be announced that Hong Kong Esports would sign Smurph as a sub/starting jungler, to compete with DinTer. This would be short lived as the team did not perform well with Smurph. DinTer would return to the starting position and Hong Kong Esports would finish 3rd in the League with a record of 15-6. However, Hong Kong Esports were unable to perform in playoffs, as they lost to the eventual champions ahq e-Sports Club without winning a single game.