He married his wife on February 23, 2019. They have a Beagle called Loki and two ferrets named Porkchop and Whiskey. He also has a niece.
He was made it up when he was thirteen years old and he needed a username for EverQuest.
Lassiz was introduced to video games by his mother when he was a child, when she would play Nintendo games with him. AS a teenager, he mainly played MMORPGs, but doesn’t stream them as much as he would like to due to the lower viewership that they attract when compared to fps, BR, MOBA and auto-battler titles.
He first tried out Smite in 2012, after one of his online friends from Diablo 3 told him about a new MOBA that had just been released. He soon became addicted to it, sometimes putting in over ten hours of gameplay a day.
He started streaming his Smite gameplays for fun for his friends on Twitch in 2012. One of the factors that attracted him, and which gained him viewers pretty quickly was the fact that there were so few other streamers who were broadcasting it at the time. He found that he enjoyed it and so started streaming more seriously.
One day, one of the people that he frequently teamed up with approached him to join their team Even though he had no experience at playing at a professional level or even about the scene in general, he decided to give it a shot.
Since then he has also competed in Realm Royale, Apex Legends and Battlerite. However, he is currently focused on his streaming career over his pro-gaming career.
Lassiz is estimated to have ~4,200 subscribers, with an average viewership of ~330. This should earn him at least $10,500 USD per month, excluding additional income from tiered subscriptions, tips, tournament winnings, Twitch cheer bit donations, sponsorships, merchandise sales and advertisements. According to Esports Earnings, he as won over $33,600 USD from various tournaments.
- Mon – Fri: 14:00 – 18:00 UTC
- Mon, Wed & Fri: 00:00 – 04:00 UTC
- Weekends: Occasional