He and his sister were raised by their single mom after their dad leftr.
Dellor started playing PC video games in 1998. Prior to making it as a pro, he had a heavy Meth addiction and was seriously in debt.
He joined Toronto Esports soon after it founded its PUBG team in 2016. He played with them until April 2017, when he was retired for a breach of contract. This marked the end of his professional career, so he then decided to focus on becoming a fulltime streamer.
He started regularly streaming on Twitch and uploading YouTube videos in May 2016. He slowly gained a subscriber and follower base due to his popularity as an Overwatch professional. By December 2017, he had managed to accumulate 100 subscribers, and was mainly making a living from his Twitch bit and tip contributions.
On August 28, 2018, he was partnered with YouTube and reached 1,400 Twitch subscribers by September that year. However, he was banned from Twitch for a month In early 2019 for inappropriate conduct and lost his subscriber button as part of that. So, he now earns a living purely from merchandise sales, tips and Twitch cheer bit contributions.
He has been banned permanently from Twitch since May 2019. He now streams primarily on YouTube, although he does also have a Mixer channel.
He has Asperger's syndrome and is also bipolar.