He has a Pembroke Welsh Corgi named Steve.
AussieAntics started streaming in May 2018 and started running custom games and tournaments soon afterwards. After a couple of months, he decided to branch out by actively searching for casting opportunities and managed to land a spot hosting the LPL x NRL League Royale Grand Finale in Sydney, Australia. Since then, he has been offered opportunities to cast many online events. On December 14, 2019, he left his fulltime job to pursue fulltime streaming and casting.
He has a fiancé.
According to his Twitch chat bot, AussieAntics has around 755 subscribers. This should generate him a monthly income of at least $1,885 USD, excluding additional revenue from tiered subscriptions, casting fees, his team salary, merchandise sales, sponsorships, Twitch cheer bit contributions, advertisements and tips.
He doesn't have a set schedule.
AussieAntics is left-handed.
[An important skill for a caster is] to learn to break it down and make it digestible for the people listening in.
Try to get some feedback [from other casters,] but stay true to your style, though.