Fabian started playing video games after getting a serious injury during football practice when he was eighteen years old. After spending three months with limited mobility and playing video-games non-stop, he came out a serious gamer. He started playing Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six: Siege soon after it released.
Prior to going pro, he was studying to become a teach in university, but dropped out to pursue esports when he realized that he was making more money in esports than he would as a teacher.
He joined PENTA Sports in mid-2016. Aside from a brief break that he took in late 2016 in order to balance his social and to build a new roster, he remained with PENTA until G2 Esports bought their roster in August 2018.
He started streaming on Twitch in May 2017.
He has a girlfriend.
According to his Twitch chat bot, Fabian has ~380 subscribers to his channel. This means that his minimum monthly earnings should be ~$950 USD. This excludes additional revenue from tiered subscriptions, tournament winnings, advertisements, donations, Twitch cheer bit contributions, his team salary, and sponsorships. EsportsEarnings estimates that he has won over ~$335,000 USD from various tournaments.
Inconsistent due to his professional commitments.
[In order to become a pro player,] first of all you need tons of luck. You need the right person at the right spot when something good happens. I think for me, and most of the people on the team, we started playing Siege when it was still young. Nobody really cared about the game. And we started getting better and better, and people noticed, ‘oh, we’re goo at the game!’ And then we start forming up the teams and when you’re already good at something early, no matter how many new people come in, there won’t be a big amount of them that come up to the top because it’s already so established… There is no shortcut, you have to grind.
One of the most important aspects of being a leader is to always put the team before yourself. I think that is really important for everyone, to be honest… because at the end, it doesn’t matter if you score 25 kills to 5 deaths, if you lose the game, you’ve lost the game and you don’t go to the championship.