He has a Chihuahua called Odin.
Freakazoid first started playing video games when he was little and his parents bought him and his brother, @CooperTV, a Nintendo 64. Outside of video games, he also played a few sports while he was growing up.
He first got into Counter-Strike (CS) during Counter-Strike: Source around 2006 after all of his neighbors got into it. He soon got really into it and started playing a lot of pubs. Through the pubs, he came to know other good payers, which is how he was able to form his first team, L2P.
He first got involved in the competitive CS scene during CAL Season 10 with his team, Amalgamation. He then started competing in ESEA with L2P and competed in his first LAN when he was fifteen. After that, he joined Immortal 7 in order to compete in Invite, as L2P happened been invited despite winning Open Season 3. He then moved to the Lion Crew after losing a bet with them regarding which team would defeat the other. He remained with them until July 2011. He then joined Dynamic in July 2012. He later joined Frost Gaming in September 2012 and continued with them even after they merged with Homeless Gaming in October 2013, albeit as a stand in at first.
He acted as a stand-in for compLexity in early 2014, and then for the Cloud 9 roster in March 2014, but only joined them as a full member in April 2015. He then remained with them for a year but was still under contract with them until 2017. Fortunately for him, Echo Fox took over his contract in June 2016. He then transitioned to Mirior Invictus in September 2017. However, he only remained with them for a month before quitting the team in favor of joining Muffin Lightening along with his brother, CooperTV. In February 2018, they started Swole Patrol together, where Freakzoid remained until he joined Ghost Gaming in January 2019
However that was short-lived, as their CS:GO team was disbanded two months later. He then joined eUnited in September 2019. However, they then released their entire roster in March 2020, leading Freakazoid to reform Swole Patrol. This too, was short lived, as he decided to retire from competitive CS:GO in favor of pursuing pro-Valorant. on May 10, 2020.
He started uploading content to his YouTube channel on October 5, 2015. His content is very inappropriate.
He doesn’t have a set schedule.
He is afraid of airplanes and sharks.
[In order to meet god teammates,] if you play ESEA pubs, I think then just being a decent player and being a good teammate by helping out and stuff, people will want to play with you again. , because first off, if you’re nice, people like that. And then also, if you’re trying to win, people who are also trying to win, you’ll have that in common with them. So, you’ll find people as long as you’re making good calls and communicating. Not being annoying… but just trying to help.