He was remembered for his versatility, being able to play every class to a high standard, earning himself a total of six top-4 finishes in ESEA-Invite during his career most notably while playing for the Exertus eSports/eLevate squads.
He eventually quit the game in 2015 to pursue opportunities in Overwatch but has since returned, winning S29 ESEA Open in his comeback season and has since returned to Invite.
|2015-07-19||4th||Major||ESEA Season 19: North America Invite Division||0 : 2||$1,620|
|2015-04-19||2nd||Major||ESEA Season 18: North America Invite Division||0 : 2||$3,660|
|2014-12-07||2nd||Major||ESEA Season 17: North America Invite Division||0 : 2||$3,660|
|2014-10-12||3rd||Major||theGXL Invitational||0 : 1||$480|
|2014-10-10||3rd||Major||CEVO Season 5: Professional Division||1 : 2||$916|
|2014-06-29||4th||Major||ESEA Season 16: North America Invite Division||0 : 2||$1,620|
|2014-06-25||3rd||Minor||teamfortress.tv Twitch Invitational||0 : 1||$400|
|2014-04-16||2nd||Minor||CEVO Season 4: Main Division||0 : 1||$588.88|
|2014-01-19||3rd||Major||ESEA Season 15: North America Invite Division||1 : 2||$2,540|
|2013-04-21||4th||Major||ESEA Season 13: North America Invite Division||0 : 2||$1,200|
|About achievementsComplete Results in any Tournament|
- He is the only player in ESEA TF2 history to play on every main 6v6 class at subsequent ESEA LANs (Scout, Soldier, Demoman and Medic).
- 2016-01-06 | alfa vs. Getawhale Fan Club: ESEA S20 by Beater of teamfortress.tv