I started gaming when I was about ten or eleven years old when my parents had bought my family a Nintendo Wii for Christmas. I had played the Wii at friends' houses before and had always wanted one. Shortly after getting the Wii my sisters and I would play the heck out of Super Mario Bro.s and it brought us together. As I grew up, I was homeschooled for part of my middle school times. I would have to sit and watch these DVDs that were mailed to us and on it had recordings of a classroom and that was my lesson. Well, I soon requested to use the family desktop computer instead of a DVD player so I could access the internet and explore. Shortly I found what is called Rush Team. I played so much of that game, I had so many hours in it! One day I found out that they were hosting a competition to make a montage of our in-game footage and the winner would win a premium subscription that would give them some in-game cosmetic perks like golden guns and such. Since I had played this game religiously every day for the past who knows how long, I had to take a stab at it. So my inexperienced, middle school self-made this very sad "montage." You can find that here (audio muted because I backed it with Eminem - Not Afraid). So that was the spark towards my desire for content creation.
Eventually, I would grow tired of Rush Team and moved on to my favorite game of all time. This game has unfortunately been removed from the Steam marketplace since it has been discontinued. This game was Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Phantoms Beta, which later went on to be renamed ...Ghost Recon Online once it was out of the beta. I truly believe that I have over 500 hours in that game! That set off my love for fast-paced FPS games. After I stumbled across the wonderful game that is Minecraft, I knew that I had to buy it! So I saved up and bought Minecraft: Java Edition. Around this time I was put in a traditional school and made friends with who I would play online. One of my friends even had his own Minecraft Server! I would play for hours with this other friend who I still play with! Mind you I was still using my family's desktop computer. As I continually played more and more Ghost Recon, I would watch YouTube videos in the times when I couldn't play. My game library grew more and more as I got more and more hooked on gaming. In the summer of 2017, I was working for a guy who ran his own woodworking business out of his basement. One day he asked if he could pay me in the form of his Playstation 4. Having been gaming on my family's computer, I accepted with great excitement. Included in the deal was that I would work two weeks for him and receive his PS4 and PSVR. So that was how I got thrown into the world of console gaming. I would play Call of Duty: Black Ops III a lot! I would begin my collection of PS4 games now. This would go on to include titles such as: Beat Saber, Fallout 4 & 76, Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare, Black Ops III, Infinite Warfare, WWII, Black Ops IIII, and many more!
With the start of university in the fall of 2018, I needed to get a decent laptop. Since I was at the time a computer science major, I had requirements per the major of getting a beefy laptop to handle the programming we were to do. This was a wonderful excuse to buy a gaming laptop. Throughout my first year in university, I was playing games non-stop with my buddies, as any stupid and naive freshman would. This later came and bit me in the butt. I quickly altered my ways and approach come my second semester of the first year. Since then I have grown my set up to include a studio-grade audio setup, decent webcam, and three computer screens (a lifelong dream)! Now I have plenty of power to stream and create YouTube videos, right? Well, yes and no. This laptop has given me several issues from the beginning including crashing during the initial setup. So, I now am working on building my PC so I can explicitly use the laptop for streaming, and this PC for the gaming. I haven't ever used a dual-PC setup before so we are both along for the, I'm sure, bumpy ride! :)
I am currently 20 years old
I was born and grew up in Chicago, IL. I moved to the upstate of SC around the age of 3. This is where I currently reside.
I have been streaming since the summer of 2019.
If I am on Mineheroes in Minecraft, then absolutely. The IP is "mineheroes.net". Any other game, I generally try to limit who I add as a friend on steam or uplay.
I will kill for some bomb chocolate chip cookie dough!!
I used to main Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Phantoms! I have so many hours in that game it isn't even healthy.
I am currently in the process of purchasing the parts for my PC, but as soon as I have everything I will update this.
If I was a brat or an all-beef frank, maybe. Otherwise, heck no!
I usually do not add viewers as friends on platforms of such. I strongly encourage you to join the discord server. If I am going to play with viewers I will tweet it out and set things up in the discord server.