His parents are semi-supportive of his career choice. He also has an older brother.
Mrtweeday started playing Couter-Strike when he was thirteen, when his friend introduced him to it.
After graduating from high school, he started working as a video editor for a marketing agency. After a while, he realized that he found it too boring and decided to pursue a career as a CS:GO video editor at Ninjas in Pajamas in April 2013 while he also created content for his own channels.
Mrtweeday originally started creating content to show to his friends. His friends enjoyed his content. One day, he came across videos explaining how there were professionals who made a living by creating gaming content and was inspired to apply at mTw.
After mTw shut down, he approached GeT_RiGhT at Ninjas in Pajamas (NiP) to edit for them and they took him on. He continued working for them until his channels had grown enough for him to create content fulltime in 2015.
According to StreamElements, he has 32,274 subscribers. This would minimally earn him a monthly income of $80,685 USD, excluding tiered subscriptions, sponsorships, advertising revenue, Twitch cheer bit contributions and tips.
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As you look at yourself and look at your goals, develop the courage to go after your goals to live your dreams.
You just gotta do it, and the more experience you get just making videos for yourself, the better you'll get. I used to make videos back in the csflicks era of 1.6 just for my friends and myself and you learn something new with every video you make.
[In regard to joining eSport teams,] do not expect to get anything in return at all in the beginning otherwise you will get frustrated very quickly - start off by applying and working hard, then work yourself up. If you do not love the things you do in eSports you are better off not trying to get a job in it as you quickly will see that the effort is out-ruling the rewards as of right now for the most part.