He and his wife have a son. They also have a dog named Sully.
After losing his business during the pandemic, streaming became AweCoop's fulltime job.
AweCoop started uploading content to YouTube in May 2015, and then briefly dabbled in streaming in December 2016 but gave up soon afterwards. He then made another serious attempt in August 2018 when Sea of Thieves released and has been streaming consistently for the most part ever since, aside for a two-month break in 2019. He received Twitch partnership in June 2020.
He tries to keep his content family friendly.
TwitchStats puts AweCoop’s subscribers at around 500 subscribers, which would earn him a starting monthly income of at least $1,250 USD. This is before he receives further revenue from donations, Twitch cheer bit contributions, advertisements, merchandise sales, sponsorships and tiered subscriptions.
- Tues - Sat: 5 – 10 hours
- Sun & Mon: Random