His mother is very supportive of his career. He has three brothers, a sister and a nephew.
When he was 14, one of his teammates in WoW Arena was using the name ‘Caedrel.’ He liked it, so he just adopted it for himself.
Income: According to Caedrel’s Twitch chat bot, he has around 2,050 subscribers and generally attracts over 1,000 viewers to his broadcasts. This means that his monthly income starts at $7,175 USD every month. This is before he receives more revenue from tiered subscriptions, tips, Twitch cheer bit contributions, advertisements, casting fees and sponsorships.
As a teenager, Caedrel mainly played World of Warcraft. He favored holy paladin.
He got his start in the pro-scene, when he and his teammates on The Banditos were picked up by Renegades to compete in the European circuit in January 2016. He was acting as mid-laner at the time. In March 2016, he was loaned to the Copenhagen Wolves.
He joined Schalke 04 Esports in May 2017 and he remained with them until his contract expired in September 2017. Two months later, he joined the H2K roster, as did a couple of his former Schalke teammates. However, this move was short-lived as he joined Diabolus’ team for the ESL Premiership spring season in March 2018. He then moved to Excel Esports in December 2018 and remained with them until he announced his retirement from professional LOL in November 2020. In June 2021, he joined DRX as one of their global casters.
Although he has been doing pop-up streams on Twitch since 2016, he only really started streaming somewhat regularly in August 2020.
He usually streams around five days each week. He doesn’t have a set schedule, though.
[I improved as a jungler] just general knowledge really, and I watched some SOFM vods to start off with. And got alot of outside help from people like Kelsey moser whos incredibly smart. Then I just grinded it out.
Something that’s hard to manage but I’d say 99% of the time you should put studies first.