He and his wife have a cat. He also has a brother and a nephew.
LoochyTV started gaming in December 1995 after receiving a Super Nintendo with Mario Paint as a gift from his parents.
After high school, he went on to work as an Electrician and then as a Nuclear Submarine Electrician. However, he got laid off from his job in January 2020. Although he was upset about it at the time, he was actually really bore with his job and it turned out for the best.
He originally began livestreaming on Twitch in March 2018 and was very consistent about it. But he then became very irregular during 2019. However, understandably, he got back into it after losing his job in January 2020.
LoochyTV was inspired to begin creating TikTok videos after watching Gary Vaynerchuk’s TikTok and YouTube content. Gary V. had mentioned in his social media that TikTok would be the next big thing, and LoochyTV decided to trust him on that and so invested a lot of time in creating content for that platform. He attributes much of his growth and success to the decision. However, he only started in January 2020. He then signed with XSET in February 2021.
He tends to focus on gaming guides for his YouTube content.
His language isn’t clean.
- Mon-Fri: 3-5 hours
- Sat & Sun: Occasional
His favorite childhood cartoons were Rugrats and SpongeBob Squarepants.
Stop wasting your time streaming to 1-5 viewers if you want to take this thing seriously. Make content… Entertain or educate. Teach people something, make them laugh. I see TOP PRO PLAYERS struggling to find their way in the content game, because just being good isn’t always enough. Again, provide value. That’s how you reach people.
[If you’re blocked, you need to get inspired.] If I can’t come up with anything, I am just going to spend 3 – 4 hours going on YouTube in the areas that I like to watch [and] TikTok same thing, and I’m just going to scroll through content. You’ve got to get sparked by someone else… I hat to break it to people, but most people haven’t had an original thought. It's always from somewhere else. You’re always inspired by someone else, and that’s how I grew with my YouTube and my TikTok. I’ve always been inspired by other creators, and I look up to them and I’ve modeled pieces of their content around what I do without completely [mimicking] their style.