Sco is close to his parents and two brothers.
Sco has been playing video game. In his late teens, he was drawn to WoW due to the lore of the world. He started playing as Warrior Tank in WoW in 2005, because he wanted a role with responsibility. He liked it so much that he has stuck with it throughout the years, although he did take a temporary break for eight months when he was studying for his university entrance exams. He continued to play WoW while he was completing his 7-year degree, and while he was working in finance for four years.
As he has been playing video games since childhood. WoW since its beta and has been a member of the Method World of Warcraft raiding guild since 2007, when he decided to become a streamer his channel quickly gained viewership due to his existing fame in the WoW community. By 2015 he had gained enough subscribers to commit to streaming as a full-time career.
His long-term girlfriend is streamer Djari328.
Sco has over 2,300 subscribers on his Twitch channel, which would earn him at least $8,050 USD per month, excluding revenue from tips, sponsorship and merchandise sales revenue.
His schedule is inconsistent. But an up-to-date schedule can be found here.
[Streaming is] all about community, which is what I’ve learned about World of Warcraft as well, because the game itself is not what makes [WoW] so special, it’s the community. And it’s exactly the same on your Twitch channels. So, you build up a good community and you’re going to be good.