He currently lives with his parents and his older brother is in university.
Mongraal has been playing video games since he was very young and was already playing competitive Halo and CoD by the time he turned ten. He originally got into Battle Royale games with H1Z1, but switched to Fortnite when it released in 2017.
His parents were supportive when he ventured into the pro-scene, as he was careful to ensure that he kept up his grades.
In July 2019 Mongraal came 13th in the Fortnite Solo World Cup, earning him $225,000 USD.
Mongraal became the youngest professional Fortnite player when he was partnered on Twitch and joined Team Secret when he was thirteen-years-old in July 2018. He remained with them for a year, at which point he transferred to FaZe Clan in July 2019, in the lead up to the Fortnite World Cup.
No set schedule, as he is still in school. He usually streams for around 2 – 4 hours at a time.
- 6th - Fortnite World Cup Duos - 2019
- 13th - Fortnite World Cup Solos - 2019
[On preparing for the Fornite Wolrd Cup] I've only ever played in my bedroom so it will be different but right now, I'm really confident because I've been training so much. For the last two weeks, I've put in about 12 hours of training every day. It took a lot of work to qualify so it's not just playing the game for fun. I've played at least 8-10 hours a day for consecutive months to be here.