Retzi spent much of his free time during high school grinding video games until he was ready to compete in minor tournaments.
He went into full-time professional esports as soon as he graduated from high school.
In October 2019, he started playing the Project A beta and soon fell in love with it. He switched over to being an Apex Legends main soon afterwards after having been part of the pro-Overwatch scene since 2016.
He broadcast his first livestream in November 2016, but only really started taking it seriously in February 2019. However, his schedule is still inconsistent, and he will still go a week without streaming occasionally due to his professional commitments.
According to his Fossabot, Retzi has around 200 subscribers. Therefore, this means he should be earning a starting income of at least $550 USD per, before taking into account further income he gets from tiered subscribers, hie team salary, tournament winnings, sponsorships, advertisements, donations and Twitch cheer bit contributions. EsportsEarnings puts his total winnings at over $63,000 USD.
To get to the top of Overwatch is going to require a lot of hard work and effort. If you want to be the best, you have to really want it. You have to devote your entire life to it. You have to spend all of those days where you could be out hanging out with friends, or doing this or that, on the computer, on Overwatch, just playing to be the best you can be.