JayJ Domestic Career


JayJ began his career as a jungler for Infinity eSports. Together with his teammates, he attended the 2015 NA CS Spring Split Qualifier. Unfortunately, Infinity eSports were eliminated after a 2-0 loss in the first round against Team Liquid Academy.


JayJ took a long break from pro play before returning as a support for Toronto eSports. JayJ took on the 2017 NA CS Qualifier, but once again, he suffered a crushing 3-0 loss at the hand of Delta Fox. Afterward, JayJ left Toronto eSports to play for Reign NA. His stay turned out to be brief, and he spent the rest of the season as a free agent. At the end of 2017, JayJ joined FlyQuest Academy.


Together with FlyQuest Academy, JayJ took part in the 2018 NA Academy Spring Split. His team had a good run in the regular season, and its 12-6 record amounted to a third-place finish. In the playoffs, FlyQuest Academy scored a decisive 3-0 victory against Cloud9 Academy. Then, they took down Echo Fox Academy in a close 5-game series to win the trophy.

At the same time, JayJ received several opportunities to sub in for FlyQuest’s main roster. His performance was nothing to write home about, though, and he lost every NA LCS game he played.

JayJ began the 2018 Summer Split as a part of the Fly Quest Academy lineup. However, he was moved onto the main roster when FlyQuest ran into issues with their starting support, Kwon.

JayJ International Tournaments

Over the span of his career, JayJ didn’t attend any international tournaments.