Maz

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Maz
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Background Information
Name: Ramsey Aoude
Country of Birth: Australia Australia
Birthday: October 3, 1996 (1996-10-03) (age 21)
Residency: News Label - Oceania.png Oceania
Competitive
Role: AD
Favorite champions:
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Alternate IDs: Mazui
Peak League:
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Platinum (NA)
Peak League:
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Challenger I (OCE)
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Team History
May 2014 - Jul 2014
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 Team Curse OCE
Aug 2014 - Nov 2014
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 The Chiefs eSports Club
Jan 2015 - Apr 2015
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 Avant Garde
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Ramsey "Maz" Aoude was previously the AD carry for Avant Garde.

Biography

Born in Sydney, Maz started playing video games at the age of 5, playing on the N64, before playing Donkey Kong and Pokemon on the GameBoy. After living in Norway for 5 years, he returned to Sydney, and it was at this time when he began playing League of Legends.

His competitive career started as a sub for Team Curse OCE, replacing Keane. With the team, he got to the semifinals of the 2014 Oceanic Regional - Winter. He then moved on to join The Chiefs eSports Club as a sub, where he played a number of roles. After leaving the team at the end of the year, Maz then went on to join Avant Garde, changing his name from Mazui. With his new team, he participated at IEM Season IX - Taipei, though the team were beaten by Taipei Assassins in the quarterfinals.

Maz is currently participating in the OPL Autumn Split with Avant Garde.

Trivia

  • Is studying Law and Commerce at university.

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