Elevate started playing Minecraft as a way to escape from his IRL problems. Outside of video games, he also played football. When he was in middle school, he started playing Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (CS:GO). Although he played for two or three years and even managed to place first in the CS:GO ESEA pubs, but he felt that he wasn’t amazing at it overall, especially as he used to really heavily on his teammates instructions and shot-calling to succeed.
He switched to Fortnite in late 2017 and saw that he was quite skilled at it. He therefore began uploading YouTube content that showed strategies to help others to gain skills. However, he also became known for his in-game toxicity and was even banned from the Fortnite discord because of it.
Elevate started streaming in January 2018 in the hopes of attracting the attention of a pro-team. His efforts paid off and in June 2018, he joined Team KoD. However, he was only a member for a month before it disbanded. He then joined Raised by Kings in December 2018 and remined with them until February 14, 2019 and signed with 100 Thieves a few days later. After joining 100T, he moved to their Fortnite house in Los Angeles, where he often puts in 12 hours a day of practice.
In July 2019, he and fellow 100T member Ceice competed as a duo in the Fortnite World Cup and ranked third, thereby raking in $1.8 Million USD to share.
He is completing his high school diploma online in between his professional commitments. He stopped streaming in October 2021.
He doesn’t have a set schedule due to his professional and school commitments.
- 1st – WSOE #3 Fortnite - 2018
- 1st –Fortnite World Cup Duos Finals - 2019
The most important aspects [of communication] are probably to be on the same page before. If u can prepare your duo before you do an action they can map out how they are and be prepared to. It's a lot easier to ramp for height when u say 10 seconds before let's ramp on these guys. For the issue of staying together in comms the most important thing is to vod review and get on the same page as your duo. That way you know how he plays and can play of him / each other. Agreeing on a plan / disagreeing is a lot of how u k ow your duo. Playing to your strengths is important and having a game plan before each match can eliminate mid match chaos.