His parents are divorced, and his dog’s name is Max.
Clix was introduced to video games by his older brother, with his first game being Minecraft. When his brother was thirteen, he got his own gaming PC and Clix would often sneak into his room in order to play Call of Duty: Zombies.
However, although he continued maining Minecraft as he was growing up, he dreamed of becoming a pro-player and realized that it wouldn't be possible with Minecraft. However, he did see the potential of Fortnite as an esport when it released, and so he decided to dedicate himself to grinding the ladder on working on his skills in the hopes of making it as a pro-Fortnite player one day. So, he approached his father and begged him to buy him a gaming PC so that he could try to win tournaments. He promised his father that he would pay him back. His father reluctantly agreed, but on condition that he sign a contract promising repayment and to do odd jobs for him to work off some of the debt. 2½ weeks later, he managed to prove himself by winning $1,030 USD in an online tournament.
Before becoming serious about Fortnite, he used to play basketball and compete in track.
He started streaming on Twitch around the same time that his dad bought him the PC in June 2018. He continued entering and ranking in online events, which drew the attention of Misfits Gaming. He signed with them on March 31, 2019. After winning ~$60,000 USD in various tournaments by April 2019, he decided to opt for completing high school online and by July 25, 2019 had qualified twice in Duos and thrice in Solos to participate in the Fortnite World Cup and was the first person to qualify to compete in both events. He was fourteen years old at the time.
There, he succeeded in placing 18th overall in the Solo category, thereby earning himself $112,500 USD. He also placed 35th alongside Sceptic for the duos tournament, earning him another $50,000 USD. His dad is incredibly supportive of his career and often gives him tips to help him to keep a cool head and improve his gameplay.
Clix is estimated to have ~2,230 subscribers, according to his chat bot. As he tends to average over 2,000 viewers per session, he should be receiving at least $7,805 USD per month. This excludes additional income from tiered subscriptions, advertisements, sponsorships, tips, Twitch cheer bit donations, tournament winnings and team salary.
According to Esports Earnings, he has won over $234,000 USD from various tournaments since April 2019.
He doesn’t have a set schedule due to his professional commitments, but he tends to stream several times a week for around ~2h 45 mins per session.
For me personally, I always call height endgame and one of my tips is: you guys need to be able to get one fight out and get mobility. If you guys do not have mobility endgame, you guys won’t be able to win the game because every single game that [Sceptic and I] … had mobility, we won the game, and every time that we didn’t, we lost the game.