He and his brother were raised by their mom.
SONII was introduced to video games by his brother who shared his Gameboy with them. Their first game was Pokémon Blue. When he was in his pre-teens, he got into Ultima Online. However, one day he and his brother were grounded from playing it, and he thought that if he bought a new different game, that the grounding wouldn’t apply to it. This came was World of Warcraft (WoW). He soon fell in love with it and has been maining it ever since,
After high school, he went on to study Japanese in university, followed by a year in Japan. He went straight into fulltime content creation upon graduating from university.
He started streaming WoW on Twitch during his senior year of college in late 2014 and was able to grow his channel relatively quickly thanks to his renown as having been the highest-ranked Warrior main in WoW when he was 13. He then began uploading workout vlogs and gaming content to his YouTube channel in July 2015.
He joined T1 as part of their BR pro-team in March 2019, but later transitioned to their stream team.
His language isn’t clean.
According to TwitchStats, SONII has around 6,600 subscribers. As he generally attracts around 1,300 viewers, this should earn him an income of at least $23,100 USD per month, excluding additional revenue from tiered subscriptions, merchandise sales, donations, Twitch cheer bit contributions, advertisements and sponsorships.
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