Stunt Domestic Career
Stunt began his LoL career on Call Gaming under the name Stuntopolis. The team took part in the 2015 NA Expansion Tournament but faltered against Team Coast in the first round of the competition.
He later participated in the 2016 NA CS Spring Open Qualifiers as a part of Astral Authority. The team breezed all the way to the semifinals before clashing with Team Frostbite and losing in a close 3-game series. Astral Authority bounced back in the third place match with a win over Also Known As, earning the fourth seed in the NA CS Qualifiers. There, Astral Authority toppled Top Dog Gaming to advance to the North American Challenger Series.
At this point, Stunt chose to leave the team for Ember. They had a good showing in the 2016 NA CS Spring Split, but their playoffs run ended with a disappointing 1-3 loss to Team Dragon Knights. Afterward, Ember released its players, and Stunt moved to Team Liquid Academy (TLA). TLA had a decent showing over the regular season, but unfortunately, they faced the stacked Cloud9 Challenger lineup in the first round of the playoffs. A subsequent 2-3 loss knocked them out of the tournament. Stunt spent the rest of the season substituting for Team Liquid and Team Dignitas.
In 2017, Stunt joined Phoenix1 to share playtime with Shady in the support position. Phoenix1 showed up with an 11-7 record and qualified for the playoffs. There, they 3-0’d Team Dignitas before falling to Cloud9 with the same scoreline in the Semifinals. They managed to regain their composure for the third place match, winning a close 5-game series against FlyQuest to secure their bronze medal.
During this time, Stunt proved himself as a capable player with a natural knack for laning and teamfighting. Despite the fact that Phoenix1 enjoyed more success with him, the organization chose Shady as its starting support. Stunt left the team to join Immortals as their substitute, although he didn’t play any games for the rest of the year.
When Immortals weren’t accepted into the 2018 NA LCS season, Stunt moved to FlyQuest.
Stunt International Tournaments
Over the course of his career, Stunt hasn’t attended any international tournaments.