His parents are very supportive of his career choice, evening attending most of his tournament events. He has a dog named Scoop and a cat named Nugget.
When he was nine years old, he needed to come up with an online name for his PS3. He thought that muffins were squishy and that amused him for some reason, so he decided to adopt it as his gamertag.
When he was a child, SquishyMuffinz played various console games for fun, but IRL football was his passion. He dedicated a lot of time to it, until he realized that he wasn’t talented enough to go pro. Therefore, in middle-school, he spent a lot of his free time playing Skate 3, Unchartered 3 and FIFA 15 on his PlayStation 3. He joined the Rocket League beta in 2015 when an advertisement for it popped up. He fell in love with it and has continued to main it since then, although he does occasionally play Fortnite as well.
He and TormentRL met during S2 of Rocket League (RL) and started playing duos together on November 4, 2016. However, they didn’t initially join the same team, as Squishy originally subbed for G2 Esports. After that, he and TormentRL formed Team Iris as their own duo. Gimmick then later joined them as a sub for RLCS S3. They have been playing together ever since.
After failing to qualify for S3 RLCS, he had considered quitting RL, to focus on another career path, but decided to give it one more chance. This effort paid off when he, TormentRL and Gimmick won the 2017 Dreamhack Atlanta RLCS as The Muffin Men, thereby gaining recognition by Cloud9, with whom they signed in July 2017.
He reached 100,000 followers on Twitch in March 2018. This inspired him to go straight into fulltime streaming upon graduating from high school.
He has a long-term girlfriend.
According to his nightbot, SquishyMuffinz has ~4,400 subscribers, with an average viewership of ~2,500. This should earn him at least $15,680 USD per month. This excludes income from other sources such as tournament winnings, sponsorships, tiered subscriptions, Twitch cheer bit contributions, team salary, advertisements and donations.
Esports Earnings states that he has won over $194,000 USD from various tournaments. His Twitch bio shows that he has received ~$10,920 USD from his top 10 donators alone.
Although he doesn’t have a set schedule, he tends to stream daily for between 3 – 4 hours.
- 1st - Dreamhack Atlanta - 2017
- 1st - CyberPowerPC Summer Invitational - 2017
- 1st - RLCS S6 World Championships - 2018
- 1st - Dreamhack Dallas - 2019
He actually dislikes muffins.