He and his wife have two daughters.
Sgares grew up playing basketball. After high school, Sgares went on to study Medical Biochemistry with a minor in Mathematics at Arizona State University. It was during college, that he began competing in ESEA League tournaments.
While in college he was approached by compLexity to join their roster in August 2013. He did so and then both the team and esports scene grew into a professional space, and he went along with it. He had played on competitively on a couple of teams prior to that, but not on a committed level.
Sgares decided to leave Cloud9 in November 2015 due to the grueling travel and training schedule that he felt left the team exhausted and unmotivated. The next month marked his first foray into casting with the Intel Extreme Masters tournament. He then joined Echo Fox’s roster in January 2015. He remained with them until November 2016, when he decided to transition to Team SoloMid instead. However, that was short lived, as he only remained with them before he was dropped for signing an open letter to the PEA that called them out on issues that the players found to be unfair, and of which TSM was a member.
Fortunately, he was recruited for Echo Fox’s inaugural CS:GO roster in January 2016. However, the org decided to disband the team in November 2016, and so he was on the hunt for a new team again. But, he was quickly picked up by Misfits Gaming in January 2017, and the rest of the TSM joined him soon after, as they were insistent that he rejoin their team which was against the wishes of TSM. However, Misfits decided against resigning the roster for the following year. So, he returned to casting with the Boston Major's New Champions Stage. This was despite receiving coaching offers, as he felt that it was better to have time for casting and streaming. He then started playing other titles as well, and began maining Valorant during its beta in mid-2020.
He started streaming twitch very occasionally in June 2014, and only really got into it in April 2020, most likely due to the Covid lockdown. He joined Gen.G Esports on February 5, 2021, as a content creator.
His language isn’t always clean.
According to Sgares’ Twitch cat bot, he has around 540 Twitch subscribers. As he generally attracts over 1,000 viewers, he should be earning a starting income of $1,890 USD per month. This excludes other revenue that he gets from tips, Twitch cheer bit donations, advertisements, sponsorships, and tiered subscriptions. EsportsEarnings puts his lifetime tournament winnings at over $130,000 USD.
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