Asivrs's parents were ok with her playing games in her free time, provided that she maintained her grades. Once she began earning enough to support herself, her parents were completely supportive of her career choice. She also has three dogs, Luna, Stella and Griffin.
According to her Nightbot, ‘Asiv is visa spelled backwards and RS stands for Rachel Sophia (Rachel's middle name) And is pronounced "uh-siv-ers."’
She was introduced to video games by her brother at a young age when she started playing racing games on the PlayStation 1. She later moved to the Xbox 1, but she only really got into gaming when she joined World of Warcraft: The Burning Crusade in 2008. In remained her main game until 2014. She continues to play the new expansions when they are released.
Asivrs started uploaded montage videos to YouTube when the latest Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 was released in 2009, because everyone else was also creating them so she felt that she should. She found that she enjoyed making them, and so continued to upload her content for a while.
It was only much later that she returned to creating video content, after she was inspired by watching her brother streaming. She thought that they idea of being able to play video games while having friends to chat with online looked really cool and therefore decided to try it out herself. The Day Z standalone game had just been released, and so she decided to give it a shot. She started becoming more popular and so she decided to create highlight videos and branched out to other content from there.
After completing her Bachelor of Fine Arts in Cinematography and Film/Video Production at Jacksonville University, Asivrs decided to pursue fulltime streaming. She occasionally takes on acting jobs as well.
Asivrs has at least 1,060 subscribers, which would minimally net her $2,650 USD per month, excluding additional income from tips, Twitch cheer bits, sponsorships, her team salary, and advertising.
Sunday – Saturday: starting between 17:05/20:20 UTC for between 2.5 – 9 hours.
No content creation should ever be sought after if you just want to make money, because it’s like acting or modelling; you don’t just run into it and be successful. It’s years of not getting paid. It’s years of hard work.