Former Counter-Strike professional who was considered one of the top North American's in the sport. As a member of Team iBUYPOWER, he was one of seven players (four of them members of Team iBUYPOWER) permanently banned from Valve events after evidence of a match-fixing scandal surfaced in early 2015.
He started playing professionally when he was only 15-years-old, winning a Counter Strike tournament in 2012 with Maximum Effort.
After being banned, he started working as an analyst for Cloud9 as well as running a Twitch channel under the username swagcs.
He grew up in North Carolina and attended Ragsdale High School in Greensboro. In May of 2019, he posed for an Instagram photo with his dad.
Tyler Latham was the only member of Team iBUYPOWER who wasn't banned from the sport.