AlanzqTFT mainly played MOBAS such as Heroes of Newerth and Heroes of the Storm when he was in his late teens and early twenties. He even made it into the pro-DotA 1 scene when he was around fifteen years old and managed to qualify for the ESWC DotA tournament in France.
, but later switched to strategy games when he felt that his reflexes were no longer at their peak. After playing Hearthstone, Artifact and other CCGs for a while, he got into Dota 2: Autochess when it was released and then later into DotA Underlords and then Teamfight Tactics (TFT).
On August 31, 2019, he managed to reach rank 1 in both the EUW and the world. This accomplishment didn’t go unnoticed, as he was signed on with Team Liquid as part of their TFT team in late September 2019.
He started streaming in late August 2019 when he realized that he was performing well in TFT. However, he started maining The Legends of Runeterra during its closed beta in February 2020. He has also since moved across to Team Liquid’s Legends of Runeterra team.
He doesn’t have a set schedule but tends to stream daily for between 3 – 9 hours per session.
[If you want to improve in TFT] just scout more.