He pronounces it ‘sinked-easy.’
sYnceDez started uploading the occasional gaming video to YouTube in May 2017, but only began to upload seriously when he started streaming Apex Legends on Twitch in March 2019. He was soon ranking high on the leaderboards both in terms of kill counts and wins, which attracted the attention of other streamers so the by May, he was playing with other content creators including shroud. He then joined Susquehanna Soniqs in August 2019 and remained with them until March 2020, when he decided to quit Apex Legends in preference for Valorant.
According to his Twitch chat bot, sYnceDez has around 340 subscribers. This should earn him a monthly income of at least $850 USD. This is before he generates additional income from tiered subscriptions, donations, Twitch cheer bit contributions, advertisements, sponsorships, and tournament winnings. According to Esports Earnings, he has won around $14,000 USD from various tournaments.
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