|Country of Birth:||United States|
|Birthday:||September 29, 1994|
|Soloqueue IDs:||MegaMadLife, Sunfire Top Only|
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He played during the beta, reaching top ten multiple times. He held Rank 1 in the 3v3 ladder in Season 1 for over 4 months, then switched to Bloodline Champions and came first in Dreamhack Summer 2011 on Team Orz. He is currently taking a semester off from Carnegie Mellon to pursue his professional gaming career. He is the brother of Ian "TreeEskimo" Glinsman. MegaZero also took first place in the "Best Riven NA Tournament" organized by Leaguepedia. After Team MRN disbanded, MegaZero announced that he "had plans in the works" and would not be returning to Carnegie Mellon in the following Fall. He is now playing in compLexity Gaming as top lane.
- MegaZero took Latin in High School.
- MegaZero was ranked in the top 5 professional players of Bloodline Champions.
- MegaZero is a part of his university Foosball club and as such, is extremely talented at it.
- He didn't know the full effects of Renekton's passive until week 8 of the NA LCS.
- Known for his 1v1 using bruiser champions.
- Winner of Leagupedia's Best Riven NA Tournament.
- According to former teammate Ecco, Team MRN stood for "Mega's Riven's Nasty".
- He didn't know Olaf's ult disabled CC until summer promotion was over.
- His name is derived from the Mega Man series. Taking "Mega" and adding it to his favorite character "Zero".
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- February 17 - Interview with TSM Megazero: “I think eSports needs another couple years to be a viable living style” with News of Legends
- March 28 - Interview with MegaZero on the perception of eSports (video) with shredder23518
- January 15 - Hey I'm MegaZero from Team MRN, AMA!! with Reddit
- February 14 - Team MRN's MegaZero talks Digni-loss LCS Week 2, Day 1 (video) with Leaguepedia
- February 16 - MegaZero talks about the new team house, moving to LA and LCS W2 (video) with GameSpot
- February 27 - League of Legends LCS WK4 - MegaZero - Curse vs. MRN (video) with MachinimaVS
- March 2 - MegaZero responds to HotshotGG's 1v1 claims (video) with GameSpot
- March 2 - MegaZero LCS Week 4 Interview (video) with Leaguepedia
- March 16 - MegaZero talks about his amazing play and Nientonsoh as a sub (video) with GameSpot
- March 23 - Interview with Team MRN's Top Lane, Megazero with Team Dignitas
- March 31 - MegaZero and Nientonsoh talk about their LCS Week 7 Performance (video) with GameSpot
- March 31 - MegaZero vs KiwiKid: Head to Head at the LCS (video) with GameSpot
- April 13 - MegaZero talks about going big against CLG (video) with GameSpot
- April 16 - Interview with Megazero: "ClakeyD makes sure you're asleep before he takes your food." with Team Dignitas
- April 19 - Megazero and Nientonsoh talk about their intense match with CLG (video) with GameSpot
- April 20 - LCS Week 10 - MRN MegaZero "Team morale is extremely important." (video) with Leaguepedia
- April 28 - MegaZero talks about the LCS Playoffs thus far on Day 2 (video) with GameSpot
- May 2 - Former Member of Team Marn, MegaZero (BestRivenNA), AMA with Reddit
- May 14 - What's Next: Megazero (video) with State of the League
- June 18 - Rift Talk #1 - Patrick "MegaZero" Glinsman (video) with Rift Talk
- June 22 - compLexity Lautemortis Interviews MegaZero (video) with compLexity
- June 29 - MLG Anaheim CoL MegaZero Interview (video) with Cyber Sports Network
- August 31 - Megazero shares his thoughts after the compLexity and TBD Match (video) with GameSpot
- August 31 - PAX Prime 2013 CoL MegaZero - "The game [was] snowballing out of control with objective security." (video) with Leaguepedia
- September 2 - Lautemortis and Megazero discuss their Challenger Tournament (video) with GameSpot
- September 6 - Interview with Megazero on winning the PAX Spring Promotion Qualifier with Team Dignitas
- September 17 - Lautemortis and Megazero on Visiting the World's Studio (video) with onGamers
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