He has a brother, and a dog named ‘Mango’
Singsing has been playing games since he was a child. He started playing DotA when his brother asked him to play it with him on his PC. His love of the game has continued to grow since then.
Prior to streaming fulltime, he completed his college degree in Art. However, he didn't pursue it, as he realized that only a tiny percentage of graduates actually get decent paying jobs in his field.
He started streaming when he gained access to the Beta version of Dota 2 in 2013. Since then, his popularity has continued to grow. Despite his two-year retirement in October 2016 to join Cloud 9’s streaming team, Yuen couldn’t stay away, and returned to Dota 2 in September 2018. He often plays duos with Gorgc.
SingSing has ~2,660 monthly subscribers, with an average viewership of 3,365. Therefore, he minimally earn him at least $9,300 USD per month, excluding additional income from sponsorships, his tournament winnings, team salary, tiered subscriptions, tips, Twitch cheer bit donations, merchandise sales and advertisements.
Daily from 13:00 UTC for between 3 - 9 hours per session.
- 1st – Dutch Dota Championships - 2018
- 1st – WCA EU Main Qualifier - 2016
- 1st - Megafon Battle Arena - 2014
- 1st – MLG Championship Columbus - 2013
His favorite food is Hong Kong-style wonton soup.
Advice for Streamers
Singsing has stated that he doesn’t give streaming too much thought. He just ‘goes with the flow.’
Dota’s not like you play one thing well and then you’re good at Dota. You need to do everything well. You need to communicate well, play well, have a good mentality, you need to have good physical health. You can’t go into a game tired… Everything needs to be good.
Consciously try to improve. It’s a very hard thing to do, and very easy to say.