BakeeZy has been playing video games since childhood, starting with those on a PlayStation 1 and a GameBoy. However, he only really got interested in gaming when his family got a PlayStation 2, as he really enjoyed playing GTA: San Andreas and Bully, among others. His friends at school were also into games and often played the same ones that he did, so he spent a lot of time talking about games, as well as playing them with them.
He mainly played Counter-Strike: Global offensive while he was in his teens. While he was in university, a friend of his told him about Escape from Tarkov, but he only bought it when he bought himself a new PC. He fell in love with it immediately.
He had always wanted to try streaming but hadn’t attempted it because his computer wasn’t powerful enough. So, once he had a decent one and he realized that he was pretty good at Tarkov, he started streaming it two weeks after buying it in March 2019. He had only meant to do it as a hobby. He joined Evasion in early 2020.
His language isn’t clean.
According to BakeeZy’s Twitch cat bot, he has over 1,650 subscribers. This would earn him a minimal monthly income of $4,125 USD, excluding additional revenue from tiered subscribers, advertisements, merchandise sales, Twitch cheer bit donations, tips and sponsorships.
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