He has three brothers. He also has two dogs.
There is very little information is available about him.
TJHaly first entered the pro-Call of Duty (CoD) scene in 2015, when he competed at UMG Dallas 2015 as part of Rise Nation’s Advanced Warfare roster. However, he was forced to step down a few months later when the Call of Duty World League changed the minimum age requirements to compete. He then rejoined them in August 2017 for World War II, where he remained on their team until his contract was bought by OpTic Gaming in September 2018.