His mother passed away in 2011 and his father lives in Hong Kong.
Amaz was introduced to video games by his cousin shortly after he moved to Vancouver, Canada with his mother when he was in fourth grade. They used to play Warcraft III together after school. He became a serious video gamer when he and his mother returned to Hong Kong to live with his father when he was in High School. He had lost a lot of his Chinese and so had to attend an international school, which made it difficult for him to transition. He therefore started playing a lot of WoW in his free time.
He later returned to Canada to study in University. While he was there, his mother passed away from cancer. This led to him investing even more time in WoW, as it served as a form of escapism for him. He dropped out of university a couple of years later and returned to Hong Kong to live with his father and work in an office job. During that time he completed a diploma to teach saxophone and also kickstarted a card game called Scribe’s Arena. He started playing HearthStone when it was released.
After a while, his friends recommended that he streaming his plays. He took their advice and soon built up a follower base and switched to full-time streaming as a career.
Monday – Friday: from ~09:00 UTC for ~5+ hrs
Saturday & Sunday: No streams
- 1st – HearthStone GEICO Brawl - 2015
- 1st – HearthStone VGVN Naxxramas Release Tournament 3 - 2014
- 1st – HearthStone IEM Season IX Shenzhen - 2014
- 1st – HearthStone Numericable M-House Cup 4 - 2014
Be consistent. You have to make a schedule, hopefully. And then you need to let people know… that you’re there. There are a lot of streamers that stream a lot, but then go on vacation without telling other people, so they can’t really track them down… You’re kind of doing a show for the people, so you want people to know where to find you.