Entering the competitive scene under Paper Rex Paper Rex Asia-Pacific Rank #1 back in 2020, Egoist played only a handful of matches with the organization before being picked up by Team SMG Team SMG Inactive for the 2021 VCT. Unfortunately, after failing to qualify for the SEA Stage 2: Challengers Finals, the talent would not be seen in competitive play for nearly two years.
Upon returning to the scene with a newly-rebuilt X10 Esports X10 Esports Inactive , Egoist and the rest of his team participated in the Malaysia/Singapore Challengers League: Split 2 in hopes of qualifying for VCT: Pacific Ascension, but were eliminated from contention in the grand final by none other than BLEED. Shortly after their second-place finish, the org would drop their roster, leaving Egoist teamless yet again.
BLEED's 2023 season was almost perfect. The organization took home the trophy in both Malaysia/Singapore Leagues and qualified for their region's Ascension League, where they won all but one of their group stage matches to emerge as Group Omega's top seed.
Only needing two victories to claim their spot in 2024's Pacific League, the team stumbled briefly against BOOM Esports BOOM Esports Asia-Pacific Rank #3 before regaining composure and dispatching their opponents to meet SCARZ SCARZ Japan Rank #1 in the grand final. One match away from the Pacific League, BLEED cleanly handled Japan's representatives in three swift maps and were crowned kings of Ascension.
Shortly after their victory, Tyler "Juicy" James Aeria and Marcus "nephh" Tan announced their hiatus from professional play, citing their desire to fulfill military service duties before returning. With Egoist claiming a starting role on the team, only one vacancy remains before BLEED's roster rebuild is complete.