Warning- Long ass bio. Been Gaming since I can remember. It started with my older brother introducing me to things such as Doom and Starcraft. Starcraft was my favourite game for a long time, barely touching the competitive aspect of it, rather the custom maps which people created, my all time favourites were, Lurker Defense and Turret Defense. After a few years i took a break from the PC for a while when the Xbox was released. Constantly playing the Halo campaign over and over with my brother and his mates. Eventually got Halo 2, pretty much the same scenario. I started to get back onto the PC when I was introduced to Warcraft 3, for a while i smashed out the custom games on Reign of Chaos, mainly tower defense. Probably less then a year later The Frozen Throne was released, this brang a tonne more tower defense maps which I loved. Wintermaul was probably my favourite of all time, along with Line Tower Defense. While exploring custom maps I came across DotA, which to be honest was completely different to anything i'd played before. I played a few times and was absolutely horrible, mainly sitting in base half the game looking at the shop. Eventually, i met people who showed me how DotA worked and how to play, and I was hooked. From around 2005-2010 I amassed around 4k hours of play time. I stopped playing DotA around 2009 with the release of MW2, which i got hooked on and was my first ever game to take competitively, therefore being introduced to CyberGamer. With decent results the ladder started to die pretty hard and Black Ops was released. This game I took very seriously and got pretty good results. Playing Black Ops pole-vaulted me into eSports. After obtaining a DotA 2 key I quit everything COD and aimed to start competitive DotA 2. After realising the Aus/Nz was pretty pathetic for DotA I moved away from competitive and just enjoyed pub. July 2012 I was contracted with Gamestah and was to cast the AlienWare Game Arena. Through this i got to know alot of the top players in Aus/Nz. Through this I rather found that instead of being a competitive player, I rather enjoyed helping the teams who deserved the best with sponsorship etc. The first team to approach me I worked extremely hard and got them into Team eXile 5 (which failed, sorry x5 :P). Since then I have helped a few other teams and given them advice or written complete proposals for them. I have also advised a few tournament organisers as I believe I have the knowledge of how competitive DotA should work. My latest project is to kickstart the dead CyberGamer DotA 2 Ladder and make it the premium location for competitive DotA 2 in Aus.
18 years of age. Currently doing a traineeship for Cert IV Information Technology (Support). eSports lover!
RushLAN is an active LAN hosted in the North Queensland region, we run comps for many games and have a group of friendly admins. We have a full gigabit network with some of the latest games aswell as the classics we all love. There are three events each year; winter, spring and summer! So far they have been a great success and have been growing both our community and the far north gaming community!