Rogue first got into the battle genre with H1Z1 and later moved on to Call of Duty: Blackout.
He first entered professional esports as part of eLevate’s Call of Duty team in October 2012, where he started out as team captain before also becoming their CoD department head. Team Gates’ H1Z1 team in February 2017. He joined Team Liquid’s inaugural CoD: Blackout team in December 2018. However, in March 2019, the entire team switched over to Apex Legends instead after realzing the CoD weren’t really interested in investing in esports. He then joined NRG Esports’ Apex Legends stream team in May 2020.
He first started streaming H1Z1 in May 2016 and began uploading content to YouTube a year later.
Rogue’s Twitch chat bot puts his subscriber count at around 3,775 subscribers. As he generally attracts over 2,000 viewers, this should earn him at least $13,200 USD per month, excluding additional income from tiered subscriptions, team salary, tips, Twitch cheer bit donations, advertisements, sponsorships, and tournament winnings. According to Esports Earnings, he has won around $20,000 USD from various tournaments.
Although he doesn’t have a set starting time, Rogue generally streams for between 8 – 10 hours a day.