Black Ops 3
Atura competed under EZG eSports during the Black Ops 3 season. He placed Top 8 in the online Pro League qualifying tournament and Top 16 in the UMG South Carolina 2016 Open Bracket but was did not make much of an impact besides those placings
World War II
Atura broke out into the scene with the first two 2000 Series tournaments of the World War II season. His team was knocked out by OpTic Gaming in both of the brackets. Atura, along with Stumpfy, JHaZe, and Parzelion were signed by EZG eSports and placed Top 48 at CWL Dallas Open, the first event of the season. But the team made improvements and grinded their way through the open bracket at the CWL New Orleans Open and placed Top 24 after losing to Lightning Pandas in the first round of the championship bracket. The team placed Top 4 in the first stage of the Canadian National Circuit and second in the second stage with Lurid filling in for JHaZe to meet nationality requirements in both. Along the way, the team placed Top 48 at the CWL Atlanta Open and Top 40 at the CWL Birmingham Open. Following these events, EZG split into EZG.Blue and EZG.Red for the CWL Pro League Relegation Qualifier. His team, EZG.Red failed to qualify for Relegation and placed Top 40 at the SEAttle Open on the weekend. Atura joined Team WaR for a month and placed Top 32 at the CWL Anaheim Open. He then left to join a revamped EZG eSports roster with Parzelion, Apox, and RobbieB3319. They qualified for the Call of Duty World League Championship 2018 where they finished last in their group of Team Sween, Splyce, and eUnited.
Black Ops 4
Going into Black Ops 4, Atura joined Team WaR again, this time with RobbieB3319, Cells, Hollow, and Evasion. They placed Top 48 at the CWL Las Vegas Open and the team disbanded. He was then offered a chance on a pro league team, by joining Midnight Esports, and former teammate Parzelion, as their coach in February.
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