He and his wife were high school sweethearts, and they have two dogs.
It’s a nickname based on his surname.
kjhovey grew up playing video games with his cousins. When it came to fps games though, he preferred solo titles such as Metroid Prime on his GameCube. He first really got into online multiplayer fps games with Metroid Prime Hunters on his Nintendo DS, as he discovered that he preferred it to the single player mode for that title.
From there, he moved into Halo and started getting into the competitive side of games. One of his Metroid Prime Hunter friends eventually became a developer for Destiny and he helped get kjhovey a beta key for the early alpha when there were only a few hundred players in the game for a while. This experience helped him to do well in the beta and so to with the official release.
Outside of video games, he also grew up playing a variety of sports including volleyball, soccer, tennis and basketball, but not football. After high school, he went on to complete his bachelor of science degree in Electrical Engineering.
He started uploading gaming content to YouTube in December 2013, but only really started taking it seriously when he started playing Destiny in June 2014. The reason why he didn’t start earlier with the Halo titles was due to his lack of necessary equipment.
He decided to start stream on Twitch in August 2014 after he got better internet. Over the last couple of years, he has branched out into streaming classic video games and Super Mario Maker 2 as well.
TwitchStats puts kjhovey’s Twitch subscriber count at around 1,400. This means that his starting income should be about $3,500 USD per month. This doesn’t take into account additional revenue that he receives from tiered subscriptions, tips, Twitch cheer bit contributions, advertising, and sponsorships.
He doesn’t have a set schedule.