Kronovi's parents are supportive of his career choice. He also has a younger sister.
According to his Twitch bio: ‘Long story short, I originally spelled it Chronovi and mixed the ultimate ability from a character in DOTA 2 with the name of a champion from League of Legends. Once I tried to get the name Chronovi on PSN it was already taken.... so I spelled it with a "K".’
Kronovi started playing video games when he was quite young and his parents allowed him to play Spyro on their PlayStation 2. He transitioned to PC games in elementary school, although he was restricted to free downloadable demos. In sixth grade, he game across Supersonic Acrobatic Rocket-Powered Battle Cars. It was the first game that he loved enough to actually save up for in order to buy the full version. This was largely due to its combining two of his favorite pastimes, namely football and video, games into an interesting format. It was also the prequel to Rocket League that was later released in 2015. He switched over to it and has been maining it ever since.
As he had been playing its predecessor for so long, he was soon ranked among the best when Rocket League was released. This got him noticed in the community, which resulted in many tournament and professional opportunities being presented to him.
According to his Nightbot, Kronovi has ~350 subscribers. This would earn him a monthly income of $875 USD. This excludes income generated from tournaments winnings, event payments, tips, sponsorships and advertising.
He streams inconsistently, as he attends and preps for many tournaments and events. But when he does stream, it starts at ~20:00 UTC and can last until 07:00 UTC.
- 1st - Rival Esports: Spring Open - 2018
- 1st - RLCS Season 5 NA - 2018
- 1st - ELEAGUE Cup: Rocket League - 2017
- 1st - League of Rockets: The World Cup - 2017
- 1st - RLCS Season 1 Finals - 2016
- 1st - January ESL Go4RocketLeague NA - 2016
- 1st - Rocket Royale: NA Qualifier Week 4 - 2015
- 1st - September ESL Go4RocketLeague NA - 2015
- 1st - Major League Gaming International EU vs NA Face OFF - 2015
If you want to become a pro gamer, the best thing you could do is to pick up a game and play it a lot, get really good, focus on training the most efficiently as possible, utilizing all the time possible and putting in a lot of time.