Subroza was born in Morocco and moved to Canada with his family when he was around five years old. His love of gaming steams from his growing up competing against his older brother since he was small.
Outside of video games, he also spent much of his free time playing soccer. He played Alliance of Valliant Arms and discovered Twitch through it. He then discovered Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (CS:GO) when he was browsing Twitch and continuously saw advertisements for it. After watching a few pro-matches, he decided to try it out himself and immediately fell in love with it. He continued maining it until he switched to Valorant shortly after its release.
He got his start in CS:GO in August 2016 with CLG and was with them until February 2017. He joined Ghost Gaming in February 2018 and remained with them until that December. He then signed with Lazarus’ pro-CS:GO team in early April 2019, but this was short-lived, as the team was disbanded at the end of August 2019. In October that year, he went on to replace TenZ on Cloud9’s roster, but didn’t resign for the next season.
In February 2020, he, Wardell and FNS formed their own CS:GO team called Orgless, but it was short-lived as they all later moved to Valorant when it released, followed by both Subroza and Wardell signing with TSM’s inaugural Valorant team in May 2020.
His parents were initially against his dedicating so much time to gaming over schoolwork, but eventually came around to his career choice when he started bringing home decent paychecks and tournament winnings.
According to his Twitch chat bot, Subroza has around 510 subscribers. This means his base monthly income should be at least $1,275 USD before he receives additional income from tiered subscriptions, Twitch cheer bit contributions, advertising, donations, sponsorships, his team salary and tournament winnings. According to EsportsEarnings, he has won over $105,000 USD from various tournaments in both CS:GO and Valorant.
He doesn’t have a set schedule.