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|Country of Birth||United States|
|Birthday||November 11, 1999 (age 19)|
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World War II
Having turned 18, KiSMET began the year competing in MLG tournaments alongside fellow AMs Reign, Zinx, and Beastly, but didn't find too much success. Hoping to impress at his first LAN event, KiSMET and the team replaced Beastly with Neod and battled deep in the open bracket to an impressive top 32 placement at the CWL Atlanta Open. The team then under Hydra Gaming again battled through the open bracket, but only finished top 40 at the CWL Seattle Open. Recognizing the talent in KiSMET, Phantomz, Tisch, and GRVTY picked him up and under Conquest Esports the team would surprise many by making it through the open bracket and into pools at the CWL Anaheim Open where they would turn heads with impressive performances against pro teams including Optic and Splyce. Unfortunately they still only placed top 24 at the event and would have to split up ahead of the last chance qualifier for CWL Champs to make sure they were on teams with enough pro points to qualify for the qualifier. Seeking a team with enough pro points, KiSMET eventually teamed with Knight, Nagafen, and Blfire under Gas Gaming and unfortunately were unable to qualify for Champs losing to a European amateur team Zone and losing a close game 5 series against the Lightning Pandas at the CWL Championship LCQ.
Black Ops 4
Despite not qualifying for Champs in the previous title, KiSMET still impressed and looked like one of the rising stars in the league so he was picked up by Enigma 6 to team alongside former pros General, Diabolic, and Kade and former Halo superstar Frosty. This team would have inconsistent performances online at the start of the game as Frosty was still getting acclimated with COD and despite picking up Sender as a coach, they still only finished a measly top 32 at the CWL Las Vegas Open. Even though that placement was a disappointment, it was still just good enough to qualify for the CWL Pro League Qualifier. Ahead of the qualifier the team started improving online and carried that performance into the qualifier where even though they were placed in what people thought was the toughest pool coming into the event, they managed to finish with a 5-1 record and topped the pool. This meant they qualified for the CWL Pro League where they would only go 3-4 in the first two weeks, despite impressive performances out of KiSMET. The team then decided to drop Kade for Chino and the change seemed to help as the team placed an impressive top 6 placement at CWL Fort Worth.
|Recent Tournament Results (View All)|
|2019-07-19||5 - 8||CWL Pro League 2019 Playoffs Play-In||E6|
|2019-07-05||13 - 14||$ 61,875||CWL Pro League 2019||E6|
|2019-07-05||61||$ 3,500||CWL Pro League 2019||KISM|
|2019-06-16||5 - 6||$ 15,000||CWL Anaheim 2019||E6|
|2019-05-05||13 - 16||CWL London 2019||E6|
KiSMET at COD Champs 2018
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