His brother is @HazThaGreat. His mom has always been supportive of his career path.
According to his AMA, ‘I wanted a name that was unique and I wanted a "rapper name" so I took yung and then the first thing that came to my head was "calculator" and since i liked it I just rolled with it.’
Calculator was introduced to solo scrims in Fortnite by his older brother in May 2018. Prior to Fortnite, his favorite game was Rust.
He first considered aiming to become a professional Fortnite player in May 2018 after he joined a solo sniper server through a pro discord and outperformed them. However, he only started playing pro-scrims with pros in January 2019. His channel only really started growing after he and MackWood qualified for the Fortnite World Cup Duos tournament after placing first in Week 10. He was part of Vanguard from November 2019 until April 2017.
He was partnered with Twitch on January 16, 2020.
According to his Twitch chat bot, calculator has ~150 subscribers. As he regularly attracts over 1,000 viewers, this should earn him at least $525 USD per month. This excludes income from sponsorships, tournament winnings, Twitch cheer bit donations, advertisements and tips. EsportsEarnings places his total tournament winnings at over $180,000 USD.
He doesn’t have set hours.
- 1st – Fortnite Champion Series Season X - 2019
- 2nd – FNCS S11 - 2019
- 16th – Fortnite World Cup Finals Duos - 2019
You can’t just throw hours at a game and expect to be good at it. Someone with 1000 hours in a game can be better than someone with 10000 hours by just utilizing those hours better. Learning from your mistakes and not repeating them is a huge part of becoming the best you can be.