Yazied "YapzOr" Jaradat’s Dota 2 career technically began with Defense of the Ancients in 2011 with various teams, but he competed very infrequently and his stays with those teams never lasted for long. It wasn’t until 2013 that he first began competing in more notable competitions, playing in BigPoint Battle events, playing with an all-Jordanian roster that also included Feras "Feero" Hroob.
He competed very sparingly with non-professional teams for a long while, but took a big step up in 2015 when he joined Balkan Bears. Despite achieving consistently poor results, the move to Balkan Bears saw YapzOr competing alongside numerous future stars, most notably Aliwi “w33” Omar and Amer "Miracle-" Al-Barkawi.
Unfortunately, sharing teams with top prospects only to struggle in-game became a regular pattern over the coming years for YapzOr. He left Balkan Bears after six months to join Monkey Freedom Fighters, which was followed by a stint on Mama’s Boys. From there he teamed up with Danish veteran Troels Lyngholt "syndereN" Nielsen on No Diggity and began competing on some of Dota 2’s larger stages after the team was sponsored by Escape Gaming.
This included an appearance at The International 2016 through the event’s Wild Card stage. The team finished in last place.
YapzOr remained with Escape Gaming, but the team immediately struggled in the following season. This prompted Maurice "KheZu" Gutmann to leave. Though Escape posted a surprise second-place finish at DreamLeague Season 6, YapzOr left shortly thereafter to form his own team, B)ears. B)ears only lasted for a few months, at which point YapzOr took a big step forward in his career by joining Team Secret.
Secret posted solid finishes following YapzOr’s joining, most notably taking third at Epicenter 2017. The team qualified for The International 2017, but finished ninth once there.
Secret underwent more roster changes after the event, but enjoyed a serious upswing in terms of results. The team started the inaugural Dota Pro Circuit season with numerous solid results and finished 2017 by winning the DreamLeague Season 8 major, the first of many such wins for YapzOr. Secret’s performance dipped after that strong start, but the team received a direct invitation to The International 2018 thanks to the DPC points it had accrued throughout the season. Once at TI, the team finished in fifth place.
Another roster change followed, but YapzOr’s time with the team continued. The 2018-2019 Dota Pro Circuit season was by far the strongest in history for both the Team Secret organization and for YapzOr personally.
The team placed in the top four at the first four majors of the season, winning both the Chongqing Major and MDL Disneyland Paris Major as well as numerous non-DPC events including three ESL One events. The team stood atop the Dota Pro Circuit rankings and received the first direct invitation to The International 2019 as a result, but again disappointing once there by finishing in fourth place.
The 2019-2020 Dota Pro Circuit season would be YapzOr’s fourth’s consecutive year with Secret. The team took the first major cycle off to rest, but returned in top form by winning DreamLeague Season 13, YapzOr’s fourth major title.