According to his Twitch chat bot, ‘an interrobang is a non-standard punctuation mark (‽) indicating a question expressed in an exclamatory manner.’
INTERRO was introduced to video games when he was very small and would sit on his mom’s lap watching her while she played fps games such as Doom and Wolfenstein. When he was older, he started playing on various consoles such as the Nintendo Entertainment System and Super Nintendo with other family members.
He first started playing Tom Clancy’s Rainbow 3 (R6) in 2004. Although he enjoyed the game, he wasn’t so interested in the R6: Vegas era and got into the Call of Duty franchise instead. However, he later returned to the R6 with Siege, as he had heard many positive reviews about it from his friends and was immediately addicted to it.
After high school, he went on to study Political Sciences and International Development, as he was impatient to wait to hear back from his first choice in Radio and Television Broadcasting at Ryerson University.
INTERRO played a lot of public matches, and as he did so, more and more people complimented him on his voice and recommended that he try casting. In September 2017, a couple of his friends were competing in an online tournament and the caster’s computer stopped working. So, they nominated him for the event. He decided to give it a shot and enjoyed it.
From there, he started hosting bigger and bigger online events in his spare time and streamed them on Twitch. He then got offered a fulltime position to cast for the Pro league in Poland a few months later and has been streaming and casting fulltime ever since.
He doesn’t have a set schedule due to his professional commitments.