He has a brother.
It’s the first letter of his surname spelled out and then combined with ‘mind.’
Prior to streaming and pro-gaming, he studied Sound Recording and Music Production at Musitech.
He started streaming H1Z1 in January 2017 and then switched to maining PUBG in April 2017. After grinding for over a year, he managed to rank third in the 2018 Auzom PUBG Season 2 Premier League as part of DUEL and fifth in the 2018 PUBG Online Showdown with NRG Esports. This attracted the attention of Cloud9, with whom he in early August 2018. From that point, his channel slowly started to grow.
However, after a year, they decided to dissolve their PUBG team. The entire team then signed on with Genesis in September 2019.
According to his chat bot, he has ~ 1,250 subscribers. This means that he should be earning at least $3,125 USD per month. This excludes additional revenue from tiered subscriptions, donations, tournament winnings, Twitch cheer bit contributions, sponsorships, and advertisements.
He is estimated to have won ~$84,800 USD from various tournaments. His Twitch biography also states that he has received at least $12,763 USD from his top 18 donators alone.
His schedule is updated on his discord server.
I think the most important thing in PUBG is communication; keeping communication clear and simple, not overwhelm things.