|Country of Birth||United States|
|Birthday||April 4, 1999 (age 22)|
|Previous Role(s)||Solo Laner|
|Competitive IDs||Little Ismael|
|Soloqueue IDs||AsúnaYuuki, dogespin, SilverPandaLord|
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CycloneSpin lives in Fountain Valley, Calfornia.
CycloneSpin played a Pay2Win FPS called Project Blackout which he was decent at. He started playing SMITE in the early closed beta in 2012. He was later asked by Hero to join Last Resort as a mid player.
He eventually made a name for himself on Fat Chunks Assemble, where his talent in the solo lane shined during the SMITE Pro League. After the team failed to qualify for the SMITE World Championship, the team disbanded, leaving CycloneSpin without a team. He was picked up by compLexity as their new solo laner.
During Season 2 compLexity qualified for the SMITE Pro League in convincing fashion. However just days later, the team decided to drop their current sponsor and start a new team which would be called Melior Morior. The team would then rename to AFK Gaming, which would dominate the season, remaining the top North American team with minimal losses. During Week 7 of the Fall Split, AFK Gaming joined Team EnVyUs. However, when they failed to qualify for the SMITE World Championship 2016, Cyclone, like many of his team, helped to form the EnVy Xbox team to attempt to compete at Worlds. They were the victors of the Open Bracket, and eventually the entire tournament. After this victory, EnVy returned to PC Smite, where they announced the Xbox team would become the PC team as well.
- His favorite game is the fighting game BlazBlue.
- He has played every role in competitive SMITE.
- He watches a lot of anime, with his favorite being Shirobako.
- He is of Vietnamese descent.
- Known for his speedy rotations, incredible farming and mechanical skill.
- Particularly renowned for his off meta picks, typically assassins.
- Hates Loki.
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