|Country of Birth||United States|
|Birthday||October 21, 1999|
|Xbox One ID|
|Jan 2016 - Apr 2016||Denial eSports|
|Apr 2016 - Aug 2016||Enigma6 Group|
|Aug 2016 - Present||Team EnVyUs|
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He is also well known for his time competing as a professional CoD EsportsWikis page.player, where he made it to the grand finals in 5 major LAN tournaments in his first and only year competing. For information on his CoD career, visit his
Prior to playing competitive Halo, Huke has a history of competing in Call of Duty. His reason for making the switch to competitive Halo was because he was too young to compete in the CoD World League during the Black Ops 3 season.
Halo 5: Guardians
Huke burst onto the Halo scene in late 2015, competing in the Halo World Championship 2016 NA qualifiers with an assortment of teams. He eventually settled on the Disobey roster of ContrA, PreDevoNator and bubu dubu, which was eventually acquired by Denial eSports, an organization Huke had previously played for in Call of Duty. Denial qualified for the NA Regional Finals through the Gamebattles ladder and tournament series. At Regionals, Denial upset 6th seeded Team EnVyUs, 4th seeded Team Liquid and 1st seeded Team Allegiance, making it all the way to the finals before losing a 4-2 series to Counter Logic Gaming and finishing 2nd. Huke notably made the grand finals at his first ever major Halo event, alongside three teammates who had also never made a major grand final. Huke garnered significant attention with many flashy individual plays during the tournament. Denial qualified for Worlds through their performance. At Worlds, Denial finished 2nd in its pool after a loss to eLevate, but that didn't stop them as they beat Team Liquid 3-2 to advance to the semi-finals. They ultimately ended up losing 4-2 again to Counter Logic Gaming, resulting in a top 4 finish for Denial.
On April 10th, Huke was released from Denial along with bubu dubu. The next day, he and bubu joined Enigma6 Group alongside Cratos and Shooter. Like Denial, Huke had previously played for Enigma6 in Call of Duty, and it was this link which lead to the team joining the organization. The team qualified for the Pro League at the Summer Qualifier. E6 finished 2nd in the League, notably being the only team to defeat Counter Logic Gaming in a series. At the Season Finals, E6 finished 2nd, losing in the finals to CLG.
Despite his team's strong season and finish, Huke left Enigma6 during the offseason to join Team EnVyUs alongside Mikwen, iGotUrPistola and Snip3down. After beating OpTic Gaming (formerly CLG) in a scrim, and later a Pro League match, the roster began to be considered as a threat to OpTic's position of dominance. At HCS Orange County 2016, EnVy finished 2nd, losing to OpTic in the finals with a 2-10 overall map count against them. EnVy ended up finishing the season with a 13-1 record, good enough for 1st place. Weeks later, EnVyUs attended HCS Las Vegas 2016, where they finished 1st over five other Pro League teams, not including OpTic Gaming. At the Season Finals, EnVyUs successfully captured the throne as they defeated OpTic in two straight best-of-7s (after losing 4-1 in the Winners Finals) to secure 1st place and Huke's first tournament win.
At the first event of HaloWC 2017 season - UGC St. Louis 2017 - EnVyUs came out strong, but were again defeated in the WB Finals by OpTic. This time around, they were denied a Grand Finals rematch after losing to Team Liquid in a 5-game thriller. EnVyUs placed below 2nd for the first time since the inception of the roster. At ME Las Vegas 2017, EnVyUs easily qualified for Worlds with victories over Second Nature and Team CryptiK. They were then defeated 4-1 by Team Liquid, forcing them to make a Losers Bracket run by defeating Luminosity Gaming (4-3) and Pnda Gaming (4-1) to earn a rematch, which they lost 4-2, resulting in a 3rd place finish for EnVyUs.
- Huke is one of the fastest risers in the history of competitive Halo, going from never competing to qualifying for Halo World Championship 2016 in a few months.
Team and Tournament History
|October 7, 2016||HCS Orange County 2016||2nd||$1,500|