Former professional League of Legends player who went by the name "Link." He spent most of his career as a mid laner for Counter Logic Gaming before retiring in May 2015.
He started playing in early 2012 when he joined Orbit Gaming. After a stint at CLG Black, he joined Counter Logic in December 2012.
He spent a month in 2014 playing as a substitute for Cloud9. He enrolled at the University of California, Berkley.
He grew up in North Hills in southern California.
His retirement was accompanied by a controversial 18-page open letter detailing his frustrations with League of Legends and its players, particularly teammate Yiliang Peng.