He has a stepsister.
NymN's parents were poor and were only able to buy him a Nintendo GameCube when he was in grade school. He grew up playing a lot of Super Smash Bros. and Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater Underground. Aside from that, he only played on the PC and prefers RPGs to shooters.
He first started a YouTube channel when he was a teenager, where the focal point was reviewing cellphone cases.
He started streaming on Twitch in 2015 after watching Forsen for a while and even composing some music for him, as he thought that it looked like fun and wanted to try it out. He then started uploading to his current YouTube channel in October 2015.
According to his Twitch chat bot, NymN has around 2,700 subscribers. As he generally attracts over 2,000 viewers, this should therefore generate him a minimal monthly income of $9,450 USD. This is before taking into account additional income that he receives from his merchandise sales, sponsorships, tiered subscriptions, tips, Twitch cheer bit donations, and advertisements.
- Sunday - Friday: 12:00/14:00 onwards.
- Saturday: No stream
I don’t necessarily believe that you need to be very unique [in order to gain viewers]. As a matter of fact, if you look at a lot of bigger streamers, I don’t think there is anything unique about them. They just happened to be at the right place at the right time. I think as link as you’re a decent enough streamer or a good streamer, all you need after that is exposure… and I think that’s the hard thing. You need to have a lot of friends who are going to send hosts your way, for example, or a YouTube channel that blows up or winning a bunch of tournaments. Something that gives you exposure.