His parents have always been supportive of his career, even allowing him to leave home at 15 to pursue his career. He has an older brother.
It is a combination of his name and surname.
S0mcs has been playing video games since he was little. He started playing Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (CS:GO) for fun. After a while he discovered ESEA and began grinding seriously in order to advance on the platform. In late 2016/early 2017, he finally made it to Rank G and then played it for fun.
However, he hit rank 5 in his first month in Rank G and then rank 2 in the second month, which earned him a promotion to Rank S. It was that point that he decided that he wanted to try going pro and also where he met ANDROID. However, the minimum age requirement for pro-league was 16 years old.
He only started streaming as a gateway to pro, with pro-gaming always being his primary goal.
On February 21, 2018, when he was fifteen years old, he officially joined Complexity Gaming’s stream team. Part of that contract included his moving out to the Complexity complex and finishing high school online. He did so and was able to graduate early as a result. He remained with them until July 25, 2018 after he was banned from participating in the league.
He then subbed for Swole Patrol in late November 2018, but only really joined a team again in March 2019 when he signed on with Team Envy. Hen then transferred to Gen.G Esports on December 10, 2019.
S0mcs is estimated to have around 1,000 monthly subscribers to his Twitch channel. This means that he should be earning at least $2,500 USD per month. This is before taking into account the extra income that he received from tiered subscribers, his team salary, tournament winnings, advertisements, sponsorships, donations, <a href="https://toptwitchstreamers.com/what-are-twitch-cheer-bits/">Twitch cheer bits</a>, and affiliate sales. He is estimated to have earned over $17,500 USD from various tournaments.
His schedule is inconsistent due to his professional commitments.