|Team||Only Good Online|
| 2014 - Jan 2015
May 2016 - Present
|Mar 2015 - May 2015||Noble Black|
|May 2015 - 2015||Active Rush|
|Jan 2016 - May 2016||Dream Team|
|June 2016||Only Good Online|
Prototype started off his Halo career at MLG Meadowlands 2009 placing top 32. His team, Feel the Hype, consisted of Luckyshot, SuperHyphy and The Main Slayer. He spent the rest of Halo 3 on Take Respect (except for MLG Orlando 2010 where he was a member of Legacy). His highest documented Halo 3 placing is 19th at the 2009 Orlando National Championships.
Prototype's first Reach event was MLG Dallas 2011, where he played alongside Icevayne, Frosty and SneakEBeaver on Active Rush and placed 13th. He also won the FFA at this event. He took a step back in Columbus where he placed 18th as a member of Severance alongside Gabriel, Keke and Monix. Things turned around when he was signed by Fnatic after Columbus. He would spend the rest of the season on Fnatic Classic with Chig, Russo and close friend Str8 Sick. Their highest placing of the season was 3rd in Anaheim, and they closed out the season with 4th at the Providence National Championships.
Fnatic Classic returned for the MLG Winter Championship 2012 where they placed 7-8th.
The Fnatic roster attended the MLG Fall Championship 2012 event, placing 17-24th.
Halo 2 Anniversary
In late 2014, Prototype joined Str8 Rippin alongside Tsquared, Naded and Str8 Sick. They had back-to-back 6th place finishes at Iron Games Columbus 2014 and UGC St. Louis 2015. Prototype was dropped from Str8 after UGC and did not participate in the remainder of Season 1.
On March 15, Arkanum confirmed that Noble Black had acquired Prototype. Alongside Arkanum, Aries and Ninja, Noble placed 7th at Iron Games Atlanta 2015, losing to Velocity and Winterfox. In the following weeks, Noble Black disbanded, and Prototype was left teamless once again. He sought out his old teammate Str8 SicK, and alongside veteran players Frosty and SneakEBeaver, reformed Active Rush.
Prototype teamed with Posey xR, JuicyFruit and TireIron as Let's Get This Money for the first two NA Qualifiers, placing top 4 in each. The team was soon signed by Dream Team. Dream Team eventually replaced Posey and JuicyFruit with Aries and JessePeace. Dream Team qualified for the HWC 2016 NA Regional Finals as the 8th seed. In addition, the team was invited to the X Games Aspen 2016 invitational, where they placed top 8. At the NA Regionals, Dream Team finished top 16, failing to qualify for Halo World Championship 2016.