He has a brother.
According to his Reddit AMA, ‘I was an early adopter of YouTube way back in the early days of 2006. I never really thought that years later I'd be known by that name. I was just a kid in high school who was making a YouTube account. I needed a YouTube account name and that's what came out.’
One of cubfan135’s friends discovered Minecraft during its Alpha stage and encouraged him to try it out. He did and has instantly hooked. He has been maining it ever since.
After high school, he went on to get college degrees in both Physics and Astronomy
He uploaded his very first Minecraft ‘Let’s Play’ video in October 2011 and set up his Twitch channel in November 2013. He only began streaming consistently later in 2014. He joined Hermitcraft in early 2016 at the start of Season 4.
He tends to keep his language clean.
According to TwitchStats, Cubfan135 has around 350 subscribers and tends to attract about 1,500 viewers per stream. This means that he should be receiving a monthly income of at least $1,225 USD. This amount excludes additional income that he gets from tiered subscriptions, tips, Twitch cheer bit contributions, advertisements, sponsorships and merchandise sales.
He doesn’t have a set schedule but tends to stream several times a week for between 2 – 8 hours per session.
[A good way to become acclimated to the game is by] building basic farms. I’m talking about things like basic carrot and potato farms, like water-based potato farms. [This is] because it gets you acclimated to the physics of the game, like the water physics [and] how you saturate the ground. It introduces you to a lot of those types of physics and also requires you to build around those to make those look good… and from there, build your knowledge on that.
I do try to spend time on my builds and make them worth watching. Do, I try to make them as good as possible, and if it takes more time, it takes more time. I sometimes cancel episodes because I don’t think It’s very good. My philosophy is, if I don’t want to watch it, then I don’t expect other people to want to either. So, every episode I put out, I would want to watch.