Towards the end of the season, Woolite's impressive soloqueue performances landed him a spot on newly formed Kiedyś Miałem Team. Woolite left just a month later, but then decided to rejoin the team soon after.
Woolite and the rest of the KMT roster were then acquired by EloHell, where Woolite had his first opportunity to play at a major tournament, IEM Singapore, though the team did not make it to the knockout phase. A month later, the roster left the organization.
After taking a break from the competitive scene, Woolite joined GF-Gaming. During his time there, the team had success in a number of Go4LoL tournaments.
Woolite and the rest of the roster then decided to join Heroes Team. After a 3rd place finish at Cybersport League 2013 and a 3rd place finish at ESL Summer 2013, the roster left the organization to join Pulse Esports. During Woolite's time with Pulse, the team placed 2nd at ESL Poland behind only Overpow's Kiedyś Miałem Team.
Pulse also competed at Challenger Spring Series #1, and were knocked out by Cloud 9 Eclipse in the quarterfinals. At this point, Woolite become a substitute for Copenhagen Wolves, and the Pulse roster moved on to join team Departed.
During Challenger Spring Series #2, Woolite and the rest of the roster were picked up by Denial.EU. The team came in 2nd at the tournament, losing in the final to Ninjas in Pyjamas. The team's performance at the tournament meant that they would qualify for the Spring Playoffs. Denial placed 3rd at the playoffs, which meant they would have a chance to qualify for the LCS through the Summer Promotion. Unfortunately for the team, they lost their promotion match-up against Woolite's parent team, Copenhagen Wolves.
With FORG1VEN benched, Woolite became CW's starting AD carry, getting his first opportunity to play in the LCS in the Summer Split. The split was a struggle for the team, who did not make it out of the bottom 3 in the standings table at all over the split. Copenhagen Wolves ended up finishing last, in 8th place. This meant that CW would have to play in the Spring Promotion to fight for the team's LCS status. Woolite and the team managed to win their promotion match-up, beating H2k-Gaming.
After this, Woolite decided to leave the team in order to join Team ROCCAT.
Due to Fnatic being unable to attend IEM Cologne, Woolite and ROCCAT took their place the tournament. The team were knocked out in the semifinals, losing to Counter Logic Gaming.
Woolite and the team had an unsuccessful LCS Spring Season, finishing the regular season in 8th place, which meant that they would play in the Summer Promotion. Here, the team faced Copenhagen Wolves Academy and came out victorious, securing their spot in the Summer Split.
After Week 3 of the Summer Split, Woolite left the starting roster of Team ROCCAT and was replaced by MrRalleZ. The change was effectively a swap of AD carries with Woolite joining Denial eSports EU, MrRallez's former team, just a few days later.
He competed with his new team in the EUCS Summer Season, finishing in 4th place and securing a spot in the EUCS Summer Playoffs. Woolite and the team finished the playoffs in 4th place, meaning they would miss out on a chance to qualify for the LCS.
He then went on to participate with the team in PGL LotR Season 1, where they managed to top their group. In the playoffs, Denial eSports EU were knocked out of the upper portion of the bracket by eventual winners To Infinity and Beyond before losing to Millenium, meaning they would finish the tournament in 4th place. Woolite then left the team.