FoxA grew up playing video games, and later got into Dota 1 during middle school. From there, he discovered Counter-Strike-Source, before transitioning to Counter-Strike Global Offensive. He has been playing Rainbow Six: Siege (R6) since its release in April 2015.
He represented Velocity eSports’ CS:GO pro-team for a few seasons, but stopped after getting into R6. He has been part of the competitive R6 ever since they launched a pro-league. He started out as a member of Lunatic Esports.
He then joined Astral Authority in December 2016, but only remained with them for a few months. After searching for a new team for a while, he signed with Reckless in November 2017. He went on to form part of Cloud9’s inaugural R6 team in June 2018 and remained with them until the majority of the roster was bought by Team Reciprocity in January 2019. That entire roster was then passed on to Oxygen Esports in May 2020, after the team had been put up for sale since March 2020 as part of their move to scale-down on their esports investments.
His content and language isn’t appropriate for kids, and his sense of humor is crass.
According to his Twitch VOD titles, he has around 580 subscribers. This should minimally earn him an income of $1,450 USD per month. This excludes additional revenue from other sources such as his team salary, donations, tournament winnings, sponsorships, and Twitch cheer bit donations. EsportsEarnings puts his overall winnings at over $82,000 USD.
He doesn’t have a set schedule but does tends to stream most days for between 3 – 5 hours per session.
I think I’m underrated but I can’t do much about it other than prove myself every chance I get and that’s what I’m doing grinding with my team and showing that we are a top team. Many players want to have the best aim or reaction time. I want to be the most consistent at doing my job!