He based it on a character from Cartoon Network’s Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends.
Bloo was introduced to video games by his older brother when he was little, starting with Pokemon FireRed and Emerald. Outside of gaming, he also enjoyed watching WWE and doing IRL skateboarding in his spare time. As a kid, he mainly played RuneScape followed by competitive Guitar Hero on his PlayStation. From there, he moved on to Halo when his brother got it on his Xbox and has been in love with fps games ever since. His first Call of Duty was COD 4, which he rented from Block Buster. Initially, he did not enjoy it because the mechanics were different from Halo and there was a higher rate of survival in Halo. During elementary and middle school, he went to a gifted school and later went to a regular high school.
He only really got into the franchise when COD: World at War released in 2008 and he would play it with his school friends. When Modern Warfare came out in 2009, he and his friends formed a clan called ‘The Draco Clan.’ At the time, he went by ‘ArcaneXDraco’. One of those friends taught him how to quick scope and he began focusing on his sniping skills. After a while, he discovered YouTubers and started watching
His parents were always supportive of his gaming hobby and career, as he was always careful to maintain his grades throughout high school. His parents therefore accepted his request to take a gap year after high school to work on growing his YouTube channel in 2017.
He started uploading content to YouTube in November 2012, around the time that he joined a sniping team called Air. He joined other clans later on and really began grinding clips seriously after Black Ops 2 released. He then joined nV in September 2013.
Soon after that, when he was 15, he met FaZe Rain and started playing with the FaZe team members. FaZe Rain managed to convince the other FaZe members to let him join the team. He did so officially on January 24, 2014 and has been part of their content creation team ever since. He started streaming on May 2017.
At least six day a week.