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Michael Kuhlman
United States
United States
June 1992
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He rose to prominence after subbing for Counter Logic Gaming Prime during MLG Anaheim and GESL due to Voyboy being unable to attend. Michael's brother got him into video games at a very early age. He started out like most gamers playing with friends and family on consoles. At the age of 14 he created a private server for a game called “Lineage 2”.

xHazzard started playing League of Legends around mid-2010. His first competitive team was called “One Champ Wonders.” The team consisted of Nk Inc, Fragnatic, PhantomL0rd and Zekent. The team never took competitive League of Legends seriously at the time and never achieved much throughout the team's duration. After playing a few solo queue matches with HotshotGG and Doublelift, xHazzard was offered the opportunity to sub for Counter Logic Gaming Prime at MLG Anaheim tournament. Micheal has said that he really enjoyed his MLG experience and it really opened his eyes to the pro scene. He now plans on playing League of Legends seriously and plans on doing so while under the Monomaniac tag. After Monomaniac disbanded Michael joined Meat Playground AKA Pobelter's team. The team quickly progressed but due to season 3 age restriction they had to bench Pobelter and Lightsludge. This resulted in a loss in the LCS season 3 qualifiers and Meat Playground disbanded leaving Michael a free agent. Michael now resides in the Siren gaming house living with the team and coaching them.

Player Team History
Team Tempest
Sep 2013
Team Tempest
Jul 2013
FXOpen e-Sports
Jan 2013
FXOpen e-Sports
Jan 2013
Meat Playground
Jan 2013
Meat Playground
Jul 2012


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