While Crownsh0t was growing up, he played a variety of sports including swimming and basketball.
He fell in love with League of Legends (LoL) as soon as he started playing it when he was in high school and decided to pursue it as a career as soon as he realized that his skills were at a high enough level to do so. However, he had to enlist the help of his older brother to convince his parents to allow him to compete and they made him promise to complete high school before pursuing a fulltime pro-gaming career. Although initially hesitant, his parents have since come around to it.
He went into full time pro-gaming as soon as he graduated from high school in mid-2017.
Crownsh0t first got into competitive LoL in 2015 when he started competing online with a French team and then attending LAN events with them in France. His performance attracted the attention of MAD Lions who signed him on in the beginning of 2018 soon after he graduated from high school. So, he moved to their gaming house in Spain and remained with them until December 18, 2018. He then joined SK Gaming two days later and has been part of their roster ever since.
According to Twitchstats, Crowonsh0t has around 80 subscribers. As he generally attracts over 1,000 viewers to his streams, he should be earning a monthly income of at least $200 USD. This is before he receives additional earnings from donations, tiered subscriptions, his team salary, tournament earnings, sponsorships, Twitch cheer bit contributions and advertisements. SK Gaming puts his lifetime winnings at over $39,500 USD. DoteEsports states that the average LCS player’s salary is around $410,000 USD per year.
He doesn’t have a set schedule.
I think doing anything at the highest level takes a certain skill set. It takes a lot of effort and time.