Dratnos started playing paper Magic the Gathering while he was in college.
He started uploading Minecraft guide content to his YouTube channel in October 2011 and started livestreaming on Twitch in March 2012. He qualified for YouTube partnership in May 2012. However, he then took a break from YouTube during 2013 for college.
He decided to return to YouTube in November 2018, with his new main game being World of Warcraft. his main focus was now on producing PvE guides for different elements of the game, with his main class being Rogue. On March 31, 2020, he joined Method‘s stream team.
- Sundays – Tuesdays: 02:30 – 06:00 UTC
- Wed: No stream
- Thursday: 02:30 – 06:00 UTC
- Friday: No stream
- Saturday: 19:00 UTC onwards
If you want to get stated (with YouTube,) first thing you need to think about [is] content. You need to get good content in order for people to watch it… there’s literally nowhere you can go if you don’t have a base of content you can start [with.] You need to be creating things that people are going to watch before you can actually get them to watch it… The best rule of thumb is: ‘would I watch this myself?,’ and if you wouldn’t, don’t try and expect other people to watch it.
Don’t get bitter. People telling you what’s wrong with your channel is not a bad thing; it’s the best thing. It’s people basically saying, ‘hey, here’s how you can be better at stuff.’ In general, don’t attach your ego to your channel.