Phillip ‘Imperialhal’ Dosen
Phillip Dosen, commonly known as Imperialhal is an American Streamer and Professional Apex Legends player. Apart from being a professional esports player he is also a media star and Instagram star and is really popular on social media. He also won a gold medal in XGames 2019. Currently, he is playing Apex Legends for Team SoloMid and also streams on Twitch whenever he can.
|DPI||Mouse Sensitivity||ADS Multiplier|
|Polling Rate||Mouse Invert||Mouse Acceleration|
|Sprint||Jump||Interact / Pickup|
|Melee||Equip Grenade||Ultimate Ability|
|Shield Toggle||Crouch (Hold)||Ping|
|Fire Mode||Aim (Hold)||Health Item|
Imperialhal Apex Legends Video Settings
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|Field of View||Model Detail||Texture Streaming Budget|
|110||Low||Very Low (2GB VRAM)|
|V-Sync||Texture Filtering||Spot Shadow Detail|
|Effects Detail||Color Blind Mode||Adaptive Resolution FPS|
|Ambient Occlusion Quality||Volumetric Lightning||Impact Marks|
|Sun Shadow Detail||Anti-Aliasing||Sun Shadow Coverage|
|Dynamic Spot Shadows||Ragdolls|
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Phillip “Imperialhal” Dosen was born on May 31, 1999, in the United States. Dosen was fond of gaming from a very young age and grew up playing different video games. After he turned 18, he got his first chance in the esports industry and he joined Cloud9 as part of their H1Z1 roster in April 2018 but his career as an H1Z1 didn’t last that long as Cloud9 soon disbanded their roster.
After Cloud9 disbanded their H1Z1 roster, Dosen decided to try his career as a professional Fortnite player and started grinding the game. He even managed to qualify for the 2018 Fall Skirmish at Twitchcon, but he didn’t enjoy the game as much as he thought that he would enjoy. So immediately after the release of Apex Legends another battle royale game, he decided to give Apex Legends a try and immediately fell in love with the game.
He began grinding in Apex Legends and at that time Apex Legends has already become his main game. soon he was signed by Team SoloMid as part of their inaugural Apex Legends roster and since then he is still part of their Apex Legends roster and has won many tournaments and earned more than 180k in all the tournaments he has won.
Apart from being a professional player he is also a media star and is very popular on social media. He has more than 110k followers on Instagram and more than 250k followers on Twitter. He also streams almost regularly on Twitch and has more than 1.3m followers on Twitch and around 250k subscribers on Youtube.
Best Apex Legends Tournament Placements:
- 1st in ALGS: 2022 Split 1 Playoffs – North America
- 3rd in ALGS Championship 2021 – North America
- 1st in Lulu’s Throwdown 2.0 – Day 2
- 1st in GLL Masters Spring – North America
- 3rd in ALGS Winter Circuit Playoffs – North America
- 3rd in ALGS Autumn Circuit Playoffs – North America
- 1st in ALGS Online #2 – North America
- 1st in GLL Apex Legends Series – NA
- 1st in Apex Legends Preseason Invitational
- 1st in EXP Invitational – Apex Legends at X Games Minneapolis