Moiz was conferred with a gold medal by Nazaria-I-Pakistan Trust in 2014 for his achievements in Scrabble. He was mentioned alongside Nobel Prize Laureate Malala Yousafzai, Asma Jahangir, and several others in the Newsline Magazine, on being one of the Pakistanis who have made a prominent mark internationally.
Moiz debuted the national circuit in 2012 at age 14 and beat several top-rated players in his first tournament. He joined the international scene in 2013.
Moiz won the All-Pakistan Inter-School Scrabble Championship. Later in the year, he was selected to represent Pakistan at the World Youth Scrabble Championship in the UK, but he couldn't get the visa.
Moiz won the World Youth Scrabble Championship held in Dubai, UAE, becoming the first Pakistani to do so.
He finished 3rd at the Mind Sports International Youth Cup held in London, UK.
Moiz finished runner-up at the Pakistan Scrabble Championship.
The giant missed the quarter-finals of the World Scrabble Championship in Lille, France, after losing his last match to the former World Champion, Adam Logan by 1 point, finishing 15th. He was the runner-up at the Pakistan Scrabble Championship for the second time in a row.
Moiz finished runner-up at both, the World Junior Scrabble Championship held in Nottingham, UK and the Princess Youth Scrabble Cup held in Bangkok, Thailand.
Moiz won the World Junior Scrabble Championship held in Torquay, UK, then the Pakistan Scrabble Championship and the Pakistan Scrabble Champions Trophy. He rose to the number 1 spot in national rankings ending Waseem Khatri's decade-long supremacy.
He was selected to represent ‘Team Rest of Asia’ at the Alchemist Cup – World Team Challenge in Penang, Malaysia where he ended up 16th among the top 50 players of the world.
In December, with a WESPA rating of 1921, he climbed up to the 71st place in the world rankings – his career highest.
Moiz was unsuccessful in defending his title at the Pakistan Scrabble Championship and finished at 17th spot in World Scrabble Championship.