He has a younger brother.
Reetlol grew up playing console video games with his younger brother and started playing Fortnite with his friends soon after it released.
He is currently completing high school online.
He first started gaining recognition when his team placed decently in the first ever first Trio Fortnite Champion Series in late 2019. He received $2,050 from that and used the money that he won to buy himself a proper gaming PC and continue to grind Fortnite and enter tournaments. His real growth began when he was picked to team with other streamers such as BenjyFishy, wavyjacob and Clix.
He then went on to win the Solo Cash Cup at the end of the year, which further boosted his profile. He used this opportunity to started streaming on Twitch in early January 2020 and grew quickly thanks to his continued success in tournaments. This attracted the XTRA Gaming’s notice, and he signed with them in March 2020, when he was still 13 years old. They were very supportive and helped to gather clips for his social media, as his PC wasn’t powerful enough to cope with it at the time. He then resigned for another two years in April 2021. However, in January 2022 his contract was taken over by TSM.
His language isn’t appropriate.
According to his Twitch chat bot, Reetlol has over 2,400 subscribers. As he regularly attracts over 1,200 viewers to his stream, this should net him a base monthly income of at least $8,400 USD. This amount excludes additional income that he receives from tiered subscriptions, tips, Twitch cheer bit contributions, advertising, sponsorships, his team salary and tournament winnings. EsportsEarnings estimates his winnings at over $27,000 USD.
Once I won that first tournament, I invested all of that money right back into a PC so that I could get a solid 1440 frames. [I would definitely recommend] investing in a streaming PC, like a PC that you could stream and also play from. That’s really good [to take all the money that you won] and just plugging that back into your setup if you actually believe in yourself. Because realistically, the more that you put into your setup, the more you make sure you have the right stuff to play with, the more you’re going to get out of it.