He has a twin brother, as well as a cat named Luna and a dog named Willow.
He liked the idea of using a Greek letter in his name, so he chose the letter ‘Psi (ψ)’. He also thought that ‘Syndicate’ was a cool word, so he threw the two together.
PsiSyn started creating YouTube ARMA mod content for fun in August 2011 because he thought it looked interesting and wanted to read people’s feedback on his content. He especially got hooked when he began to see his YouTube subscriber base growing slowly day by day. He started streaming on Twitch on November 5, 2011 and received partnership around a year later. Shortly afterwards he dropped out of university, much to his mum’s dismay. She was against his career path for quite a while before she came around to it.
He spent the first four years of his streaming career primarily streaming various ARMA and DayZ mods, with the occasionally variety stream or series thrown in. In 2015, he moved on to streaming more variety content, mainly in the fps genre such as CS:GO and Rust.
His language is not appropriate for children.
According to his Twitch overlay, PsiSyn has around 1,150 subscribers. This would net him a base monthly income of minimally $2,875 USD. This amount excludes extra earnings that he receives from tiered subscriptions, tips, Twitch cheer bit contributions, advertising, merchandise sales and sponsorships.
He doesn’t have a set schedule, but generally streams for long sessions when he does stream.
[If you want to grow on YouTube,] then be consistent, make sure your content doesn’t suck, your tags don’t suck, make sure you’re doing what you enjoy and just make content which your yourself would watch and eventually people will watch it and that’s how you grow.