Sleepy originally started out as a top-level Overwatch player in 2016 and even competed in a few minor tournaments in late 2016. He then started streaming occasionally in December 2016. However, his big break came for him when he joined the pro-scene with Tempo Storm in March 2017, which lead to more opportunities and renown.

He started streaming regularly in July 2017 after leaving Tempo storm and used that time to grow. He has been growing his channel ever since. Below, we have compiled a list of the specs found in Sleepy’s gaming setup for those interested in finding out more about what he uses to enhance his fps skills.



Sleepy uses an ASUS ROG Swift PG258Q monitor. The ASUS ROG Swift PG258Q is a 24.5” gaming monitor that can provides for high adjustability. This includes tilting between -5 ° to 20 °, pivoting 90°, swiveled between -50° to 50°. Additionally, it has viewing angles of 170°(H)/160°(V) and is height-adjustable ed 0-12cm (~4.7”.) It can also be dismounted for VESA-compatible walling mounting purposes.

It provides a maximum refresh rate of 240Hz at a response time of 1ms grey-to-grey and has a pixel pitch of 0.2835 x 0.2835mm. Its brightness is at 400cm/m2 and features five Ultra-Low Blue Light filter settings to protect you from harmful blue light. Other features include Nvidia G-Sync Compatibility and Ultra Low Motion Blur technology. Its dimensions are 56.41 x 50.37 x 25.37cm (22.3 x 15.2 x 10″) and it includes a Display Port 1.2, an HDMI 1.4 and two USB 3.0 ports.

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Logitech G Pro wireless

Sleepy uses a Logitech G Pro wireless mouse. Sleepy’s gaming setup includes the pink version of the Logitech G Pro wireless mouse that is no longer available on either Amazon or the official Logitech site. So, will just be providing details for the regular version. It is integrated with a Hero 25K sensor that offers a dpi range of 100- 25,600 with the option to store up to 6 dpi profiles onboard the mouse.

Each profile can be set in increments of 50. It operates at a maximum acceleration of 40G and a maximum speed of 400 IPS. There are also adjustable polling rates of 125Hz, 250Hz, 500Hz and 1,000Hz.

It has a truly ambidextrous design as it comes with four fixed programable buttons as well as four extra macro buttons that can be added as to per side. It is suitable for all grip types and has dimensions of 3.82 x 62.15 x 11.66cm (1.57 x 2.5 x 4.92”). It weighs 79g (2.7oz.)

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Logitech G640

Sleepy uses a Logitech G640 mousepad. The G640 is a 40 x 0.3 x 46cm (15.75 x 0.12 x 18.11”) large cloth mousepad that weighs 354.37g (12.5oz.) It has a textured rubberized underside to prevent it from slipping during use. Furthermore, it can be easily rolled up for storage or transportation purposes.

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Drop ENTR keyboard

Sleepy uses a Drop ENTR keyboard. The Drop ENTR is an entry level mechanical keyboard with a tenkeyless design. It is available in three color options as well as a choice of two switched. Although Sleepy hasn’t specified which color he has opted for, he has stated that he has chosen the Gatreon Yellow switches. These switches are the linear version that operate at an actuation force of 60G and have an actuation point of 1.9mm for a total travel distance of 4mm.

It is constructed from an anodized aluminum base set with a plastic top casing, Cherry switch compatible connectors and doble-shot shine-through PBT keycaps. Both the keycaps and switches are hot-swappable, which is why it comes with its own keycap puller. It has no macro-options and white LED backlighting, meaning that it requires no software to operate. It is also surprisingly compatible with DOS and Windows 95 and up, as well as macOS and Linux operating systems. It has total dimensions of 36 x 12.8 x 3.2cm (14.2 x 5 x 1.25″) and weighs 930g (2.05lbs.) It also has one-angle feet adjustment.

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Massdrop X Sennheiser HD 6XX

Sleepy uses Massdrop X Sennheiser HD 6XX headphones. The Massdrop X Sennheiser HD 6xx are a limited-edition version of the Sennheiser HD 650 headphones. They have all the same specifications aside from its Midnight Blue coloring, a 1.8m (6ft) mini-jack cable rather than a 3m (10ft) ¼” jack cable, and nearly 50% cheaper price. However, as they are only available during specific time frames, we have also included the link to the regular version below.

They are dynamic hi-fi stereo headphones with an open-backed design that are meant for audiophiles. Their drivers provide a wide frequency response range of 10 – 41,000Hz at an impedance of 300Ω and a maximum sound pressure level of 103dB. They have an over-ear design and weigh 260g (0.57lb) without the cable.

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Audio-Technica AT2035

Sleepy uses an Audio-Technica AT2035 microphone. Sleepy’s faming setup features the same microphone as Castro_1021 and Symfuhny. It is a large-diaphragm condenser microphone that has a sturdy metal chassis. It operates with a side-address unidirectional polar pattern and provides a 20 – 20,000Hz frequency response range. Its maximum sound pressure level is at 136dB. Additionally, it has a switchable 80 Hertz high pass filter and 10 dB pad. Although it requires an XLR cable and audio interface, it does not operate on phantom power.

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Focusrite Scarlett Solo

Sleepy uses a Focusrite Scarlett Solo (3rd Gen) mixer. As its name suggests, this is a single-XLR mic preamp that can also accommodate one headset, as well as one instrument input. It can supply 48V of phantom power and its AD-DA converters are capable of recording and mixing at up to 24-bit/ 192kHz. It also comes with a variety of editing tools, including the First Focusrite Creative Pack, Ableton Live Lite, Softube Time and Tone Bundle, Focusrite’s Red Plug-in Suite and a 3-month trial of Splice.

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