He has a brother, and a dog called Poggers.
He based his name on his brother’s username, s his brother had first used ‘iRisk’ for RuneScape and then later used it for Minecraft as well. So, when iriskpvp played Minecraft on his brother’s game, he was making a name for himself under his brother’s tag. When his brother stopped playing Minecraft, he took the tag over completely.
iriskpvp started playing Minecraft when he was around 13 years old after watching his brother playing it. He soon became addicted to it would play it whenever his brother wasn’t playing it.
Prior to streaming fulltime, he worked as an IT technician.
He decided to create his own Minecraft raiding videos because it was popular to do so at the time and he was one of the few people creating raiding content. One of his YouTube videos even netted him over 300,000 views, which also attracted around 1,500 subscribers to his channel. he later changed it to ‘private’ anyway. He then stopped uploading content for a few years when he stopped playing Minecraft.
He continued uploading the occasional video for video games such as League of Legends (LoL) and DayZ over the next couple of years. However, it was only when he started investing a lot of time into Rust that he really returned to creating and uploading YouTube content, with him becoming more consistent in early 2014. By January 2017, he was earning enough to enable to fully quit his job in order to pursue full-time content creation.
His channel is not appropriate for children.
He has a girlfriend.
According to his Twitch overlay, iriskpvp has ~1,540 subscribers and regularly attracts over 500 viewers. Therefore his minimum monthly income should be at least $3,850 USD per month. This excludes other revenue that he receives from tiered subscriptions, tips, Twitch cheer bit contributions, advertising, merchandise sales, and sponsorships. He has been given ~$33,580 USD by his top ten donators alone.
He doesn’t have a set schedule.