He has two sisters and a brother. His parents are supportive of his career, as long as he maintains his grades.
According to his commands: ‘The name Arkhram comes from a city in a novel that my dad read to me as a child.’
Arkhram was introduced to video games by his dad when he was around four years old, when he would sit on his dad’s lap and play World of Warcraft with him When he was older, his dad bought him his own account so that they could do quests and raids together. Outside of video games, he also played a lot of soccer while he was growing up.
When he got older, he moved onto other genres, including MOBAs and FPS titles. However, Fortnite was his first bttale royale and he started playing it soon after it released. It wasn’t long before he decided that he wanted to take a stab at going pro.
He is currently completing high school online.
In 2018, he entered his first LAN event at the opening Fortnite tournament of the Oakland Esports Arena and won. One of the event organizers approached his father and told him that he felt that his son really had the potential to go pro one day. After that, he began competing in scrims and slowly worked his way up the Discord groups until he made it into the Pro servers. He then started streaming on Twitch in June 2018.
He and his partner, Falconer, qualified from the first ever Fortnite World Cup Duo Championship finals on April 22, 2019 and was signed on with 100 Thieves in early June 2019. They then went on to place 5th in the finals, thereby winning $900,000 USD to share. Since then, he has continued to grow his channel and to compete and win many more tournaments.
In January, he decided to switch to controller.
According to his Twitch bot, Arkhram has around 75 subscribers. As he regularly attracts over 2,000 viewers, this should earn him at starting income of $260 USD. However, this doesn’t take into account the main revenue he receives from tournaments, his team salary, sponsorships, tiered subscriptions, Twitch cheer bit donations, advertisements and tips. EsportsEarnings puts his tournament winnings at over $600,000 USD.
A lot of people don’t realize what actually goes into being a professional video gamer, it’s a lot of the same aspects as being a professional soccer player or football play. You have to practice a minimum of ten hours a day [and] you have to go through a lot of mental training. It’s really hard, but it’s worth it if you really enjoy it.