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Hicham "SozPurefect" Tazrhini was previously the mid laner for SK Gaming.
SozPurefect entered the competitive scene by joining mYinsanity early on in the season along with ImSoFresh. SozPurefect and the team managed to win EpicGear Cup 1, beating Karont3 e-Sports Club in the final of the tournament. Soon after, the team's roster was picked up by INVADERS.
With the new organization, SozPurefect and the team managed to win EpicGear Cup 3, and also finished 3rd at the SoloMid EU Invitational 5 after being beaten by Gamers2. SozPurefect and the team also competed in the 2014 Black Monster Cup Europe Summer, and were knocked out in the quarterfinals by Unicorns of Love. SozPurefect then left the team.
He went on to join n!faculty, and competed in the Spring Expansion Tournament with the team. They managed to qualify for the Offline Stage of the tournament after beating both Tricked eSports and Gamers2. In the Offline Stage, they lost their first matchup against H2k-Gaming and then their second to Reason Gaming in the Loser's Bracket, sending them to the Challenger Spring Season.
Prior to the start of the Challenger Spring Season, the roster of n!faculty was acquired by mousesports. The team went 0-8 in the first four weeks of the tournament before beating Gamers2 in both games of the fifth week, notably with SozPurefect playing Teemo mid lane in both games. However, this was not enough to move them up in the standings, and they finished in the sixth-and-last-place slot, behind Reason Gaming. He left the team soon after.
Later on in the year, SozPurefect joined To Infinity and Beyond, and participated with the team in PGL Legends of the Rift - Season 1, where they managed to top their group. In the playoffs, they went unbeaten, taking down Denial eSports EU, G2 Esports, and finally Millenium, resulting for a 1st place finish for SozPurefect and the team.
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