|Country of Birth||Canada|
|Birthday||May 31, 1993 (age 26)|
|Competitive IDs||Lghunter, TranceTherapy|
|Soloqueue IDs||dx1tuyen, y so LGhunter, MOR Trance, Trance in a Box, FSN Trance, LMQ Trance, faith in myself|
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Lawrence "Trance" Amador was previously a substitute support for AZIO eSports. He was previously known as Lghunter and TranceTherapy.
Trance played for several Challenger teams in 2014, including y so E-Sports, Mortality eSports, and COGnitive Gaming. In January 2015, Trance joined Team Fusion, replacing former support Gleeb. The team had recently played in the Spring Expansion Tournament, and while they failed to qualify for the LCS, they had an automatic seed into the NACS Spring Season.
After a pattern of losing almost every off-stream game and winning every on-stream game, Fusion finished the NACS season in third place, with a 6-4 record, splitting 1-1 against every team except for CLG Black. In the playoffs, Fusion lost to Team Dragon Knights and then beat Final Five, finishing in third place. Despite Fusion's defeat by TDK, Winterfox chose to play against TDK in the Promotion Tournament, leaving Fusion to face Dignitas for a spot in the summer LCS season. Fusion lost the series 2-3 but retained an automatic qualification into the NACS Summer Season; however, the team disbanded.
Trance joined Enemy for the 2016 NACS Spring Season. The team was unable to qualify for playoffs, finishing in last place. After the regular season, Trance left Enemy and joined Team Dragon Knights, who had been able to qualify for the NACS playoffs. Trance shared the starting support position with Bischu. After TDK failed to make the LCS Summer Season and then was banned from NACS participation, Bischu temporarily joined the organization that purchased their spot, Eanix, but was released a few days after.
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- January 20 - Inside The Reactor 4 – Trance with Team Fusion
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