According to his chat bot, his ‘in-game name is Beaulo, got it from mixing "Beau" and "lo".’ It is pronounced 'bo-lo'.
Beaulo was introduced to video games when he was around five years old by his older brother, who was a big fan of console games. His parents were very generous about buying them newer consoles and games, so they were able to play whatever they wanted when they were growing up. He transitioned to PC games in 2006, soon after his family moved to LA. His first PC game was World of Warcraft. Although he played it for years, he really considers WarZ to be one of his all-time favorite games. Aside from video games, he also invested a lot of his spare time into baseball, basketball and soccer.
During his early teens, Beaulo had primarily been playing Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, but was getting a bit board of it when he started seeing trailers for Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six: Siege (R6). So, he began playing it for fun during its beta when he was fourteen years old. He soon fell in love with it and has been maining it ever since. As he became more invested in the game, he began to dream of going pro. However, he wasn’t able to do so due to the minimum age limit for the R6 pro league being eighteen.
Aside from R6, he also enjoys Escape from Tarkov.
Towards the end of year one of R6 in 2016, his skills became so honed, that he would often be accused of cheating by the other players. This inspired him to record his gameplays and to create video montages to upload onto YouTube in the hopes of clearing his name. Unfortunately, it didn’t help him in that regard, but he did start gaining a following at least.
He always kept his parents updated on his channels progress and warned them that if his channel took off and he received an opportunity to be signed on with an esports team, that he would go for it rather than going to college. He was also careful to be well behaved and to keep up his grades, so that his parents weren’t concerned about it. Therefore, when he signed on with TSM’s R6 team in June 2019, his parents were unsurprised and supported his decision. Their main concern was that he earned enough to support himself, which he was.
He is dating @Ash12tyn.
According to his chat bot, Beaulo has ~885 subscribers. As he regularly attracts 6,000 views to his channel, this would generate him at least $3,095 USD per month. This excludes other income that he receives from tiered subscriptions, tips, Twitch cheer bit, advertising, and sponsorships. EsportsEarnings places is lifetime tournament winnings at over $17,550 USD.
[In order to improve, I] practice, always try to better myself, always try to learn. [Listening to] constructive criticism [is] a key thing in any competitive player.