T1food started playing Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (CS:GO) in 2015.
T1food has been part of the pro-CS:GO circuit since 2015 and has been part of many rosters over the years. In February 2019 he moved to eUnited’s team, along with two of his teammates, Vanity and MarkE and remained with them until they decided to disband their entire roster in March 2020 after the ESL Pro League decided to reduce their size from 48 to 24 teams. He the briefly returned to Swole Patrol, before announcing his retirement from CS:GO.
He originally tried out Valorant while it was still called Project A. At the time, he didn’t really see it as evolving into a replacement for CS:GO. However, as he continued playing it and it developed into what it was upon release, he realized that there may be potential there and started grinding it. However, he only really decided to take the plunge after when T1 reached out to him with a proposition to join their pro-Valorant team. By the beginning of May, he decided to retire from pro-CS:GO and officially announced his singing with T1 a week later.
According to his Twitch overlay, he has around 550 subscribers. As he generally attracts around 600 viewers, this should minimally earn him a monthly income of $1,375 USD. This excludes additional revenue from other sources such as tiered subscriptions, his team salary, tournament winnings (which Esports Earnings estimates at over $80,000 USD), sponsorships, tips, and Twitch cheer bit donations.
He doesn’t have a set schedule but tends to stream several times per week for around 5 hours per session.