After several years of playing FPS, I focused on two that I always aspired to be better at: Rainow Six Siege and Halo ! Rainbow Six, I played it since 2016 but didn't really want to perform until fate decided otherwise. After reaching team ranks (up to Platinum 1) and subsequently advancing other players who were looking to improve, I was presented with the idea of giving lessons in order to pass on my knowledge and my game vision to those who don't have it and which could lead to higher ranks and stats in the future. I used to play with streamer and official french caster that they teach me things they analyzed during R6 eSport competions. During these 3 last years of focusing the game each season, i learned step by step how to improve myself and donnot tryhard as much until we hate the game, then I started from Silver and reached Platinium in 1 year and a half ( playing between 20 to 100 games per season). Halo is a core game that I've played since I was young, and while I sometimes miss a good Halo 3 or Halo Reach, Halo Infinite is on a very competitive level. Even if the game is not so demanding, there are ways to match individual performance and adapt to these teammates, both solo and as a team. I used to play Halo 3 for years and years, then practicing some MLG online tournament and finish usually in Top 4 mostly over 100+ tournaments. Participating at the Halo 4 Global Championship series and finish top 300 world over the five weeks of intense competition worlwide. I sometimes do some friendly event on Halo Infinite to compete with hardcore or competitive player that we played unusual mode to have fun ! And currently my highest rank is Diamond 1.
Live 1:1 sessions are calls with the expert during which they share their wisdom with you as you play.