He has two cats and a dog.
Prior to streaming, he had a fulltime job as a Bug Builder. In late 2013, he became obsessed with Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (CS:GO) and even bought himself a new PC to enhance his gameplay. He quickly improved his skills and gained high rankings to the point where he had even considered creating his own CS:GO professional team. However, he was offered a spot on MouseSpaz in late 2014 and joined them instead.
MouseSpaz performed really well that season and Hazed soon received offers from more establish teams. He continued to participate as a pro-player until April 2017, when he decided to adopt a coaching role for OpTic Gaming instead. He currently coaches for Mythic.
He has a long-term girlfriend.
He doesn’t have a set schedule due to his professional commitments, but he tends to stream a few days per week for between 3 – 9 hours per sessions.
I wish I could tell you there’s a surefire way to get on a pro team. Obviously being really skilled… Coming from my standpoint right now, I’m looking for players who are super-dedicated, but also have the skill. They don’t have to be complete players as long as they show that they’re willing to put in an insane amount of time, a lot of hard work, they listen; that’s what I’m looking for. Because, I’m not gonna go looking for the perfect player. That’s really naïve. Anyone can be molded to be a great player, you just got to have patience…. I played CS hardcore for, like, nine years before I was even on a pro team.