|Country of Birth||United Kingdom|
Jimbo began his competitive Halo career in Halo 4, attending EGL9 Blackpool placing 9th. The following event he would join team Outbreak alongside Smithy, Snipedrone and Adamack for Insomnia 49, beating MGS in the Grand Finals taking 1st place at his second event. He would later join fellow European Septic as they team up with Redbull Pros Flamesword and Enable to compete at Insomnia 50, beating High Society 6-2 in the Grand Finals placing 1st.
Halo 2 Anniversary
He would start Halo 2 Anniversary off teaming with Smithy, Adamack and Lethal as they play under Total eSports Circuit, placing 4th at Insomnia 53. One week later he'd compete at Gfinity Halo 2: Anniversary LAN Championship with the same roster, placing 5-6th. After his team split up, he later joined Epsilon eSports with BUK 20, Reaction and Snipedrone to compete at EGL Battle of Europe 2015. Going into the event as 1st seed, they lose 3-2 against Vibe in Round 2 of the Winners Bracket and fall into the Losers Bracket to play TCM Gaming, losing 3-0 and placing 3rd. He would attend Insomnia 54 with BUK 57, after Reaction leaves. They lose to Exertus eSports twice and place 3rd. The last European event for Halo 2 Anniversary would be Insomnia 55, coming off their success at the Gamescom Invitational 2015, his team had confidence going into the tournament, taking down rivals Supremacy in the Winners Bracket. They then play CAZ eSports in the Grand Finals beating them and placing 1st place to close out Halo 2 Anniversary.
Halo 5 Guardians
He would be invited to attend the Gamescom Intivational 2015 aslongside his Epsilon eSports squad. Beating CAZ eSports in Round 1 and matching up against Supremacy in the Grand Finals after they beat OpTic Gaming. The series would go down to the wire as Epsilon eSports take the series 3-2, winning the Gamescom Invitational 2015 and taking home €7,000. On Epsilon alongside BUK 20, Snipedrone and BUK 57, Jimbo qualified for the Halo World Championship EMEA Regional Finals 2016 by finishing 1st at the Gfinity UK Qualifier. Though they did not win at the Regional Finals, they placed high enough to qualify for Halo World Championship 2016. At HWC, Epsilon turned heads, upsetting Cloud9 and losing a close series to the juggernaut Counter Logic Gaming. In the bracket stage, they were defeated by Team eLevate. They were the only non-North American team to make it out of groups, finishing top 8.
- Jimbo is the most popular European Halo streamer on Twitch.
- As well as taking 1st place in the 4v4 tournament at Insomnia 49, he had also won the FFA winning an Xbox 360 and a pair Astro A40s
Team and Tournament History