As a teenager, he used to watch Halo tournaments for fun. He used to hear the casters saying ‘prodigy’ a lot, and so decided to incorporate that into his gamertag. The ‘Aces’ comes from CoD, as killing all members of the opposing team in the ‘Search and Destroy’ mode is called and ‘Ace’.
ProdigyAcess had originally dreamed of becoming a professional Call of Duty (CoD). However, he wound up joining SetToDestroyX’s H1Z1 professional team in early 2018 instead. His parents were initially against him dropping out of college to pursue his dream but have become a bit more supportive in light of his success.
After a brief stint in the Fortnite pro scene, he transferred to TSM’s Apex roster in March 2019 and then later moved on to their Fortnite team. He left the organization in October 2019.
ProdigyAcess has around 300 subscribers, which should generate a monthly income of ~$750 USD. This excludes additional revenue from tiered subscriptions, his TSM salary, tournaments winnings, tips, Twitch cheer bit contributions, advertisements and sponsorships. He has earned ~$4,199 USD from his top 16 tips alone.
TSM_ProdigyAces doesn’t have a consistent schedule due to his team and tournament obligations.
He is colorblind.