He has a brother and a sister, as well as a Labrador/Retriever mix named Ace.
His real name is John, but he started calling himself ‘Jack’ because of an uncle who used to call him by that nickname when he was around 3 or 4. He preferred ‘Jack’ and stuck with it. 'Cizzorz' is a play on his surname.
Cizzorz grew up playing video games. so much so that his parents used to limit the amount of hours that he could play per day. He also played soccer and hockey while he was growing up and was even a member of his high school's hockey team.
Cizzorz opened his YouTube channel on May 31, 2011 and uploaded his first Call if Duty: Blackops video around then. However, he only began consistenly uploading MW3 content in July 2015 and started streaming Call of Duty on Twitch channel on July 4, 2016. He was still in high school at the time, and he continued streaming even when he moved into his tiny college dorm room. He then moved on to BRs with H1Z1 in April 2017.
He started playing Fortnite soon after it released. As with many others, this was his big break, as his channel soon skyrocketed and he was signed on with FaZe Clan in March 2018. He moved to the FaZe house a month later and has continued growing in popularity ever since. However, he has since evolved into more of a variety streamer.
In his Junior year of college, he decided that he had gained enough subscribers and followers to risk dropping out of his Accountancy course to pursue fulltime content creation. His parents were supportive of his decision, as they felt that he could always return to college later on if need be.
According to his Twitch chat bot, Cizzorz has over 8700 subscribers. He regularly attracts over 4,500 viewers, which should put his base monthly income at around $30,450 USD. This excludes further income that he generates through tiered subscriptions, donations, Twitch cheer bit contributions, advertising, merchandise sales, sponsorships, his team salary and tournament winnings. EsportsEarnings puts his total tournament earnings at over $340,000 USD.
Cizzorz doesn’t have a set schedule, but he streams several times a week for between 4.5 – 12.5 hours.
- 1st - Fortnite Creative World Cup - 2019
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