When he was around fifteen, Corey realize that his fps skills were well beyond average, and began to dream of going pro in CS:GO.
Corey started streaming inconsistently in July 2017, but it was only in 2021 that he began to stream a bit more regularly. However, he still doesn’t have a consistent schedule.
He joined Gladiators Legion in February 2018 as part of their Overwatch roster and then transitioned to Washington Justice in December 2018. He therefore moved to Washington D.C. to live with his teammates. He remained with them until announcing his retirement from professional Overwatch in May 2020 and was signed with FaZe’s pro-Valorant roster a month later.
According to Corey’s Twitch chat bot, he has around 140 subscribers. This means that his starting monthly earnings should be at least $490 USD. This excludes additional revenue from tiered subscriptions, his team salary, Twitch cheer bit contributions, advertisements, tournament winnings, tips and sponsorships.