His parents are supportive of his career path. He also has a niece. His dog’s name is Zoey.
Mr_Mammal started playing RuneScape (RS) in October 2006 after his older brother introduced him to it. Although RS has always been his favorite game, he did also play a variety of other games on his Xbox over the years. As he grew older, he began watching RS videos, especially those concerning PKing. Some of his favorite YouTubers included Sosolid2k, Shysteph, B0aty and RuneShark among others. They also served as inspiration for him to attempt his own RS channel.
Outside of gaming, he also played a lot of IRL football and basketball and even continued into his college years.
He went into full time streaming upon completing his Associate’s Degree in early 2017.
He originally started uploading YouTube videos when he was twelve years old, but his channel was later deleted due to copyright concerns. He then started uploading to his current channel on July 14, 2012. He originally started creating videos in order to track his in-game progress and only really started to try to create content seriously when Old School RuneScape (OSRS) was released in February 2013. However, he only started steaming on Twitch in late 2013.
His language is not appropriate for children.
He has a fiancé.
According to his Twitch chat bot, he has around 2,300 subscribers. This would generate him a base income of around $5,750 USD per month. This excludes additional revenue from tips, advertising, sponsorships and Twitch cheer bit donations. According to his Twitch biography, he has received over $60,500 USD from his top 15 donators alone over the years.
- Mon – Fri: 19:00 – 03:00 UTC
- Sat: 21:00 – 03:00 UTC
- Sun: No stream
His favorite Pokémon is Blastoise.
[My tips for growing your viewer-base are to] be consistent and to have fun with it… you know, when I first started making my fist progress videos, I had a really fun attitude about it and that has never changed… If you’re not having fun with it, the viewers are going to be able to tell and it’s going to be hard to grow. So, just be a genuine person when you make your videos… [Also] have the right mental attitude. You’ve got to understand that it’s going to be really hard starting out.
I feel like for anything in like, you need to have a backup plan. So I would never not go to college, or whatever just to [stream full time] because you don’t know how long this could last. It could fall off at some point and then [you’re in troubale.]