She has a couple of brothers and a cat named Scraps.
Amazonian started playing the paper version of Magic: The Gathering in 2009 when she was in her freshman year of college when one of her friends introduced it to her.
Shortly after getting into MTG, Amazonian found out about streaming on various MTG forums started broadcasting the occasional stream for fun. However, she only began streaming seriously as soon as Wizards of the Coast gave streamers the green light to stream MTG: Arena during its closed beta in December 2017. As her stream grew, she decided to take a break from work in order to return college to study Software Development.
She was signed on with compLexity Gaming in January 2019 and attributes a great deal of her growth as a streamer to attending LAN events such as the MTG Mythic Invitational event and gaining exposure by competing there, as after the event in June 2019 her subscriber base and viewership grew enough to enable her to pursue streaming as a fulltime career.
She loves engaging with her chat and coming up with interesting names for her decks. Amazonian has an upbeat personality, and uses fairly clean language.
Amazonian has a long-term boyfriend.
She is estimated to have around 1,400 subscribers. This would minimally earn her $3,500 USD per month, which excludes further income from tiered subscriptions, tournament winnings, sponsorships, merchandise sales, advertising, compLexity salary, Twitch cheer bit donations and tips. According to EsportsEarnings, she has won over $20,000 USD from various MTG Arena tournaments.
- Saturday – Thursday: 14:00 UTC onwards, usually for between 4 – 7.5 hours.
- Fridays: Joint stream with AliasV.