He has a younger brother.
According to his Twitch commands, ‘Tennp0 Origin: originally wanted the name "Tempo" (like the speed and pace), but that was already taken, so decided to take the "m" and change it into "nn". Additionally, many have said that I'm pretty chill, so this was the perfect opportunity to change the "o" to a "0" to signify "Temp(erature) 0". As a result, "Tennp0.’
There is very little personal information available about him.
Tennp0 started streaming Fortnite on Twitch in December 2017. He then joined FaZe Clan’s Fortnite team in June 2018 and started uploading content to his YouTube channel around the same time.
He started playing Apex Legends when it released in February 2019, but he continued maining and competing in Fortnite. He remained consistent about his streaming until around April 2019 when started slowing down. He only really got back into it in March 2021.
In early 2020 around the time that they released Ballers, he decided to quit Fortnite altogether. The main reasons were that the patch updates would often come on or around match day, which would interfere with all of the teams’ preparation. He was also fed up with the cheating. Since then, he has mainly played Apex, but also plays variety games.
TwitchStats puts Tennp0’s subscriber count at around 220. This should minimally earn him a monthly income of $550 USD. This excludes additional revenue from other sources such as his sponsorships, tiered subscribers, advertisement fees, tips, and Twitch cheer bit donations. He is estimated to have won over $100,000 USD from various tournaments.