He married his wife in 2016 and they have a Labrador called Pepper. His younger brother is Teawrex and they also have a younger sister.
He is the co-owner of Kings Coast Coffee.
Prior to streaming professionally, he used to take care of adults with various physical disabilities, and the desire to raise funds for a charity is what originally motivated him to start streaming. He had been inspired by a streaming marathon called the ‘Hurricane Sandython’ and so joined the speed-running streaming community.
ProfessorBroman then found the Borderlands 2 speed-running community together with his brother, and started streaming on Twitch in January 2013. From there, his popularity grew until it reached the point where he decided that streaming was a viable career path and switched to that, although that had not been his original intention when signing up for Twitch. His real big break came when he, KingGothalion and TeaWrex decided to attempt a world first when Destiny 2 was released. Despite the fact that they only achieved seventh, it established him in the Destiny community, which he went on to stream as his main game for the next couple of years until he returned to variety streams.
As his channel grew, he ensured that he didn't lose sight of his initial objective in starting to stream and founded GuardianCon as an annual event for streamers to meet up with their fans and play video games to raise money for various charities.
His language isn't always so clean.
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Regarding transitioning from Borderlands 2 to Warframe: ‘When it comes to managing transition [between games]… the hardest part about broadcasting is you have to be adaptable, being continuously adaptable makes it harder for you to grow. But, if you really grow in one location and you try to change, there’s going to be this backlash, and you constantly have to balance this ability to pivot in a new direction with an ability to still make everyone feel included, no matter how they decided to start joining you on your journey of entertainment… Every single person who talks to you is a person and they have a full range of emotion; they have good days, they have bad days and you really have to be the most understanding [person] on the planet. The better you can be at dealing with these emotional reactions that might be coming your way when you make changes, overall it’s going to directly correlate to your ability to continue producing content and continue building your community.’