Priestahh first started playing fps games when he was nine years old. These included Halo, Counter-Strike and Call of Duty (CoD).
During both elementary and high school, he spent most of his free time either skateboarding or playing video games and even aspired to becoming a pro-skateboarder one day. He also played some football while he was growing up but wasn’t so into it.
However, during his freshman year of high school he suffered a severe leg injury while attempting to learn a new skateboarding trick that resulted in his leg being held together with pins and plates. As aresult, he could neither skateboard nor continue working as a foodrunner. He therefore spent a lot more time playing video games.
As he began climbing up the CoD: Black Ops III SND ranks, he began to have ambitions of becoming a CoD pro-player.
He began uploading IRL skateboarding content to his YouTube channel during his freshman year of high school. However, he closed his channel after sustaining hi leg injury.
After he began entering online CoD: Black ops III tournaments, he decided to start streaming his gameplays on Twitch in April 2016. His parents therefore bought him a webcam for his PS4 as a holiday gift in order to help him with it. He then started focusing on 1v1 SND tournaments and wagers in order to accommodate his PS4’s limited streaming capabilities and soon began bring noticed for his skills.
When he turned eighteen, he decided to leave his team in the hopes of being signed with an official organization. He then joined Panda and managed to qualify for the CoD championships. He moved on to another team or two before he was finally signed onto FaZe Clan’s pro-CoD team in February 2018 .
He was then he was loaned to 100 Thieves in January 2019 to compete in the 2019 CWL Pro League for the remainder of the 2019 season after FaZe failed to qualify for the league. He has since returned to FaZe.
His language isn’t appropriate for kids.
According to his Twitch chat bot, he has over 4,100 subscribers. As he tends to attract over 1,000 viewers to his streams, this means that he should be receiving at least $14,350 USD per month. This is before taking into account additional revenue from tiered subscriptions, donations, Twitch cheer bit contributions, tournament winnings, advertisements, sponsorships, and his team salary. EsportsEarnings estimates his lifetime tournament winnings to be at over $280,000 USD.