He has a dog named Pico.
Draynilla was introduced to video games by his dad, who remains an avid video gamer. In high school, he got into fps games on the Xbox 360 and spent most of his free time trick-shotting. He graduated from Diamond Ranch High School in Pomona, CA in May 2016. After that, he went on to work a fulltime desk job in boat registration.
He first began uploading Minecraft content to YouTube while in high school but stopped because his schoolmates were making fun of him for it. He was inspired to give it a second shot in August 2017 after watching TSM_Daequan, Myth and TSM_Hamlinz. When he initially told his parents that he wanted to quit his job to pursue fulltime content creation, they were very concerned. However, he managed to bring them around to the idea once he explained it to them, and especially once he was able to prove to them that it was financially viable. He often plays with streamers such as NiceWigg and Nokokopuffs, among others.
His language isn’t clean.
According to Draynilla’s Twitch overlay, he has around 1,850 subscribers. Therefore, this should earn him at least $4,625 USD per month. This is before factoring in the additional income from he gets from his tiered subscribers, sponsorships, merchandise sales, tips, Twitch cheer bit donations and advertisements.
- Mon – Sat: 17:00 – 22:00 UTC
- Sun: No stream
He suffers from insomnia.
Take breaks. Please. In the gaming/streaming industry the “grind” is glorified so much. [Never mind] that. Take time off, explore other passions, find things that make you happy outside of gaming.
[If I were to start again,] I would trust myself mor and be honest with myself more, because there were lots of times where I was in situations where I knew in my gut that it wasn’t right for me, but I still did it anyways and I [suffered because of it]. It happens with sponsorships, or with certain people.