Colin Wentworth

Esports Athlete

“So long as your mind and heart are in equilibrium, you can achieve anything.”


Las Vegas, Nevada

Average Work Week

I try to put in as much time as possible without taxing my mind or body. I would say that between 30-80 hours a week is needed to be at the peak of competitive play.

I didn’t have the easiest ride growing up, but that only shaped me into the person I am today. I grew up in a tranquil city known as Costa Mesa. I shifted around a lot due to financial instability as a kid and often moved. Direction was something I always couldn’t find myself at a young age, but video games were my solace. I initially had no knowledge of Esports until around 2 months prior of becoming a professional player for Rogue. At the time I just wanted to play and have fun, and my competitive drive rose me to the top of the scene rather quickly. Once I knew of the possibility of representing such a fantastic organization, I gave it my all. Rogue now feels like family to me, and for some relationships I’ve made inseparable. I’ve been involved with this scene for nearly 3 years now, and have no intentions of giving up. I’ve had 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place finishes in all tournaments during my final year competing in Vainglory. I’ve had the opportunity to travel and live an exhilarating lifestyle while exploring my mentality along the way. I love playing basketball and have been since I was 4 years old. Basketball and video games go hand-in-hand, as they have always provided me with a feeling that soothes me during the hard times. I compete in video games because I love showcasing talent. I want to tell myself and the world that I can do anything so long as I put my heart and soul into it. I became regarded as the number 1-2 support player in the world, and that only made me want to improve more.

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