Fireburner started playing Supersonic Acrobatic Rocket-Powered Battle-Cars (SARPBC) in 2009 and played it as his main game for three years. After that, he also played League of Legends and Counter-Strike: Global Offensive. When SARPBC’s sequel, Rocket League, was released in 2014, he immediately bought it and soon fell in love with it.
During season one of the RLCS in 2016, he and his friends formed Kings of Urban and entered all of the weekly and monthly tournaments in the hopes of qualifying for the finals. While they didn’t succeed during that season, they were picked up by NRG Esports, under whom the went on to win the season 2 RLCS. He continued on the team until June 2019, when he stepped down from the roster as he was no longer enjoying the competitive scene. He did however compete with them one last time in the Dream Hack Pro Circuit in Valencia in July 2019 before leaving the team.
His parents were supportive of his career choice when he started out, as he was still continuing with his college classes at the time.
Since then, he has decided to focus on producing content on his Twitch and YouTube channels, as well as to pursue RLCS coaching positions.