He has a brother.
He chose the name randomly when he first set up his League of Legends account.
Froggen started playing video games when he was a child with one of his first being Super Mario on a Nintendo console. As a teenager, he mainly played Counter-Strike. This changed when his brother started playing League of Legends and Froggen started watching his gameplay for a couple of months. His brother finally convinced Froggen to try it out and it soon became his favorite video game.
He originally chose Anivia because that was the champion that his brother favored, but he continues to main her as he feels that she is unique and provides a wide opportunity of a wide range of combination builds.
Froggen started competing in tournaments in mid-2011. By the end of the year, he had attracted enough attention to be invited to join CLG. In 2013, he decided to attempt forming his own team along with some of his friends. He remained with Alliance while it remained independent, including while it was rebranded as ‘Elements.’ However, once it was bought out by Schalke 04, he returned to playing on seasonal contracts.
His parents are supportive of his career choice.
He doesn’t have a set schedule due to his professional commitments.
[In terms of maining a single champion,] if you specifically want to climb and want to play on a pro-team, then you do need to be able to adapt to whatever the meta is, because… you kind of need to play the meta champion as you’re going to put your team at a disadvantage and if… you’re a new an upcoming player, it’s going to be really difficult to get into a team if you’re not able to do that.