Light is a professional Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Fox main from Connecticut, considered the best Fox player in the world. He is currently ranked 1st on the Connecticut Ultimate Power Rankings, 2nd on the New England Ultimate Power Rankings, and 10th on the Fall 2019 PGRU.
In Super Smash Bros. for Wii U, Light was also a Fox player, and is also considered one of the best Fox players in the world along with Larry Lurr. He has taken sets from Tweek, Dabuz, Nairo, Cosmos, Mr.R, VoiD, komorikiri, and Larry Lurr. Light is currently ranked 1st on the Connecticut Smash 4 Power Rankings, 2nd on the NER 2017-2018, and 43rd on the Panda Global Rankings 100.
Light is also considered one of the best, if not the best doubles player in the world. He usually teams with Marss and the pair is considered the best Ultimate doubles team in the world, and have taken 1st place at majors such as Pound 2019, Low Tier City 7, Super Smash Con 2019, GENESIS 7, and Frostbite 2020.
On February 8th, 2018, Light was signed by Most Valuable Gaming. Months later, on September 26th, 2018, MVG released Light from his contract for unknown reasons. On February 21st, 2019, Light was signed by Rogue. Light left Rogue on March 31st, 2020. 
Light is known for his aggressive and quick playstyle. His knowledge and ability to tech chase and call out his opponent's options are effective in Fox's neutral. When Light starts off a combo, he would pull off some of Fox's high damaging combo moves in order to get his opponent to the specific kill confirm of neutral air into up smash if he reads a missed tech or vice versa. Light is also known to mix up Fox's recovery well, despite him having a linear recovery and easily exploited. For example, he uses Fox's reflector to stall his momentum in the air and uses Fire Fox in unique angles so he can potentially get trades with his opponent trying to edgeguard him.
When Light is in disadvantage, he sometimes tries to fish for neutral airs or up smashes because those are Fox's best tools. In addition, Light can play too carefully sometimes because he is aware of how Fox is the fifth lightest character in the game and if he makes one mistake, it would be difficult for him to come back and potentially lose a stock.