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Johnny "'''Altec'''" Ru was born on May 8, 1997 in Vancouver, British Columbia. Ru began playing video games at the age of 8, starting with Runescape, Maplestory, and other MMORPG games. League of Legends was his first MOBA game.
Altec's first competitive team was [[vVv Gaming]], which he joined in April 2012 and then left in August. In January 2013, Altec became the AD carry for [[Curse Academy]], where he stayed until July of the same year, and in October 2013 he was announced as a substitute for [[Team SoloMid]].<ref>[http://twitter.com/TeamSoloMid/status/396426003838291969 Team SoloMid's Twitter Post] ''twitter.com''</ref> Though he never played as a starter for the team, the position helped grow his presence in the scene, and he became known as one of the stronger up-and-coming players.
In December 2013, Altec joined [[The Walking Zed]], replacing former AD carry [[bobbyhankhill]]. Altec stayed with the team through their acquisition by [[Cloud9]], but when they failed to qualify for the [[Riot_League_Championship_Series/North_America/2014_Season/Summer_Round_Robin|LCS summer split]], the team disbanded in May. Later that month, he joined [[Evil Geniuses.NA]] as their starting AD carry, replacing [[yellowpete]] starting in the second game of the summer split.
Prior to the start of the [[Riot League Championship Series/North America/2015 Season/Spring Season|Spring Split]], Evil Geniuses rebranded itself as [[Winterfox]]. Altec played with them for the entire split; however, he switched to support for week 7, while their coach [[Paragon]] started as their mid laner. The team finished in eighth place with a 7-11 record, forced into [[Riot League Championship Series/North America/2015 Season/Summer Promotion|relegations]]. Given the choice between playing against [[Team Dragon Knights]] and [[Team Fusion]], Winterfox chose the former, despite their higher placement in the [[2015 NA Challenger Series/Spring Playoffs|Challenger playoffs]]. Due to starting mid laner [[Kyle]] leaving the team prior to the tournament, TDK started [[Alex Ich]] in mid lane, and Winterfox lost the series 1-3 and sending them to the [[2015 NA Challenger Series/Summer Season|Challenger series]]. Altec left the team and joined [[Gravity]], replacing [[Cop]] to rejoin the LCS for the [[Riot League Championship Series/North America/2015 Season/Summer Season|summer split]].<ref>[http://na.lolesports.com/articles/teams-shuffle-rosters-2015-summer Teams shuffle rosters for 2015 Summer] ''from LoL Esports''</ref> In the split's regular season, Gravity finished each week in at worst fourth position, even holding sole possession of first place for weeks 7 and 8; however, they lost both of their games in the final week and ended the season in fourth, after a tiebreaker loss to [[Team Impulse]]. In the [[Riot League Championship Series/North America/2015 Season/Summer Playoffs|playoff quarterfinals]], Gravity lost to [[Team SoloMid]], leaving them with a year-long total of 30 Championship Points, and qualifying for the [[Riot League Championship Series/North America/2015 Season/Regional Finals|regional finals]] in fifth place. They lost immediately in the gauntlet, reverse swept by first-round opponent [[Cloud9]], who went on to qualify to [[2015 Season World Championship|Worlds]].
=== 2016 Season ===
Altec left Gravity and joined a new North American team, [[NRG]], who purchased [[Team Coast]]'s [[League Championship Series/North America/2016 Season/Spring Season|NA LCS]] seed. NRG started the LCS strong, tied for either first or second place through the first four weeks, but after the fifth week they fell down to fifth place and remained there for the rest of the season. They were eliminated in the first round of the [[League Championship Series/North America/2016 Season/Spring Playoffs|playoffs]].
In January of 2017, Altec joined the newly formed [[FlyQuest]]. Although the team was expected to flop, they were dominant in the early stages of the [[League_Championship_Series/North_America/2017_Season/Spring_Season|Spring Split]]. Although they fell off later on, they still finished 5th with a 9-9 record. In the [[League_Championship_Series/North_America/2017_Season/Spring_Playoffs|playoffs]] they defeated [[Counter Logic Gaming]] with a 3-2 reverse sweep. In the semifinals they lost 0-3 to [[Team SoloMid]] and later on lost the third place match 2-3 too [[Phoenix1]], placing 4th overall. In the Summer Split Altec was moved back to a substitute role in favor of [[WildTurtle]]. Altec left FlyQuest and joined [[Team Dignitas]] in June. The [[League_Championship_Series/North_America/2017_Season/Summer_Season|Summer Season]] was much better for the team after he joined and they finished 5th place. In the [[League_Championship_Series/North_America/2017_Season/Summer_Playoffs|playoffs]] Team Dignitas defeated [[Cloud9]] 3-1 in the Quarterfinals. Their playoff run was however put to a halt when they lost 1-3 to [[Team SoloMid]] in the Semifinals and 0-3 to [[Counter Logic Gaming]] in the third place match. In the [[2017 Season North America Regional Finals]] Team Dignitas were swiftly eliminated after an 0-3 loss to [[FlyQuest]]. In December of 2017 Altec left the team after they were not accepted in the NA LCS franchising and joined [[Echo Fox]].
== Trivia ==
== Tournament Results ==
* April 26, [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qG4VBsdie8o Calculated Jinx Ult - TDK vs WFX] (18s)
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NRG_Altec_2016_Spring.png|NRG Altec 2016 Spring
C9_Altec_2016_Summer.png|C9C Altec 2016 Summer
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