His older brother is pro-Smite player, ArorTheChuck and he also has a younger brother.
Lourlo was introduced to video games by his older brother and cousin who were both very into them. Their main game was World of Warcraft (WoW) and they spent much of their free time competing against each other in it. From there, they moved on to other games, such as Minecraft, Diablo III and Bloodline Champions. He started playing paper Magic: The Gathering when he was around nine years old, and still enjoys playing it in his spare time.
He and his brother began playing League of Legends soon after it released in 2009, but his brother later moved on to Smite.
He joined Team Liquid in late 2015 when he was still in Junior High. He was still seventeen at the time, and only participated with them in a tournament at the LCS Spring Split in 2016. This also entailed him moving to California to train with the team, which meant dropping out of high school to purse that path. He remained with them until December 2017.
Lourlo then joined the Golden Guardians for the next year, before transitioning to Echo Fox in December 2018, where he remained for a year before switching to Team Dignitas..
Although his parents were initially not thrilled with he and his brother’s chosen career paths, as they are both highly accomplished people, they eventually came around when they realized that their sons would be able to make a good living from gaming.
He has a long-term girlfriend.
According to his overlay, he has ~1,240 subscribers to his Twitch channel. This would put his minimum monthly earnings at around at least $3,100 USD per month. This excludes other income that he receives from tiered subscriptions, tips, team salary, Twitch cheer bit, advertising, and sponsorships. The minimum seasonal salary for LoL is said to be ~$12,500 USD per season.
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[In order to improve] just pick a few champs and play them consistently and focus on your own performance.
[If you want to get noticed by a team,] you really have to be able to sacrifice a lot and play non-stop, playing on the challenger ladder and hope someone notices. It’s not really an easy task.