NateHill has been playing video games since, when his parents bought him a 3DO Interactive Multiplayer system along with Road Rash. When he was older, he started playing Warcraft III, and moved on to MOBA and FPS games from there. While he was growing up, he always wanted to become a professional eSports player. Prior to working as a fulltime streamer, he worked as a model for New York Models Management for seven years.
His first major Fortnite tournament was the Red Bull Rise Till Dawn Tournament that was hosted by Ninja in Chicago in 2018. He prepared for a month beforehand, which resulted in he and his teammates winning the tournament. From there, he quickly gained recognition in the Fortnite community and was soon signed on to FaZe Clan. From there, he continued to compete in tournaments, and to build his stream so that he could become a fulltime streamer. His teammates, including Tfue, were very instrumental in helping his channel to grow.
He also attributes his success to his entry into the 2018 Summer Skirmish hosted by Epic Games, as they issued invitations to the top solo ranked players, regardless of whether they were famous or not. He started creating music content on YouTube in April 2015 and began streaming his Fortnite gameplays on Twitch in Novemeber 2017.
His mom was originally against his career choice. Once he started earning money and winning tournaments, his parents became supportive of his career choice.
NateHill's Twitch overlay puts his subscriber count at around 3,200 subscribers, with his average viewership at over 2,000. This would earn him minimally $11,200 USD per month, excluding additional revenue from his FaZe salary, tournament winnings, Twitch cheer bit contributions, tips, sponsorships and advertising. EsportsEarnings puts his lifetime winnings at over $430,000 USD.
He streams inconsistently.
- 1st – Fall Skirmish Series Clubs Standings - 2018
- 1st – Duo Summer Skirmish Series NA - Week 6 Day 2 - 2018