Game Statistics

League of Legends
Summoner Name Rank Additional Profile Link Best Division Main Role Secondary Role Main Champion Off Champion Current Division
the classic gold 4 - Platinum Jungle Middle Zac Nunu gold
Tournament History

4th place in owesgo invitational
3 years in hsl
ihsea 2017-2018
hsei 2018 3rd place out of 19 teams
hsel fall major 3rd place
St Ambrose tournament 1st place

Computer Specifications

GPU-R9 390
Cpu i5 4670
SSD 223 gb

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Crystal Lake South High School
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Personal Highlights

I have been playing video games since the age of 4 my first game was halo, my first taste of competitiveness was playing smash melee(I'm not good at smash) I played with my friends all day everyday but when I played my brother i could never beat him so me and my friend played against each other for hours on end for a whole weekend, once I "perfected" my fox I tried once more and finally beat him this is when I realized when you grind hard enough you do anything.

I've competed in many other sports I was in tae kwon do for 5 years competed in tournaments, I played ping pong in the hardest gym in the Midwest versing future and ex Olympians but I quit once i realized I cant practice on my own enough to beat the best I picked up league of legends in 2013 I played ping pong for a couple more years but then I joined HSL then i was hooked on competitive league of legends.

Additional Questions:
Why do you want to be recruited to play esports in college?

I have a competitive mindset, I love playing with guys I can relate with and how people can push people to be better just by having goals.

Being a part of a competitive esports team can provide opportunities for leadership.Provide one example of how you have demonstrated leadership in and out of game.

one of our teammates was in a bad mental spot and was sent to a hospital i had the whole team and all his friends write hand written letters and then I did a 24 hour stream for suicide prevention. Ingame I'm not a father figure to any of the players but I'm more of a older brother figure I'm the primary shotcaller on the team so pinpointing one is kinda difficult the biggest one i remember is my top laner was 0/5/0 at 15 mins and i was helping him out then i said go in it was a 2v4 and i landed a 4 man eq on j4 then ult and he landed a 4 man q on darius then he got a quad and he was back in the game throughout that 15 mins of me helping him emotionally having the trust in me to just act with no hesitation is what leadership and friendship is all about. In the great words of Mr.Maxwell "Leaders must be close enough to relate to others, but far enough ahead to motivate them." John C. Maxwell

Balancing academics, gaming performance and a healthy lifestyle are extremely important.How do you pursue a healthy balance of these factors in your esports career?

Its all about scheduling, I was 225 lbs a year and a half ago but I started a great schedule and stuck too it for 6 months and lost 75 lbs. You need to find the correct balance between studying and gaming which isn't as hard as most think, all you need is a schedule if you study correctly you don't need to study for 8 hours straight just form good habits and stick too them like I read a book for 45 mins before bed and I run a mile before school and a mile after, then after I shower I study for 2 hours then I play league for the rest of the day until 10pm then I start over again.

Please describe how you are involved in service in your community and why these efforts are important to you.

if we are talking online community I've helped many teams that are trying to start up by scriming them, scriming with them and doing vod reviews and sending them to the right people.

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Blog Posts

October 17, 2018
our team hrg streams our match every Tuesday at 530 cst time I also stream everyday for a hour or two.