He has a few brothers and his cat’s name is Tango.
Tommey grew up playing video games, and first got seriously into video games with Socom U.S. Navy SEALs on the PS2 in around 2002. He then discovered Halo, FIFA and Call of Duty (CoD), but it was really CoD that truly captured his attention.
Otherwise outside of gaming, he mainly played a lot of football in his spare time while he was growing up. However, his gaming addiction later kicked in and he gradually spent less and less time playing football.
He first entered the pro-scene in 2009 after his older brother swapped him his Xbox in exchange for Tommey’s PS3. This allowed him to access GameBattles, which slowly lead him to bigger tournaments.
He joined his first pro-team, Apex Dominance, in April 2012. He first started uploading Call of Duty videos to YouTube in June 2013 and joined Epsilon soon afterwards. He then left them in early 2014 in order to compete with Vitality in the 2014 ESCW, but rejoined Epsilon in January 2015. But on September 19, 2017, they announced that they would be dropping their CoD roster. However, he was then signed on with Splyce that same day.
In April 2018, he removed from Splyce’s main roster. Following this, he rejoined Team Vitality and helped then qualify for the 2018 CoD World Championship in July 2018. He then joined Team Reciprocity in October 2018 but took a break in May 2019 for mental health reasons.
He joined Dallas Empire as a substitute for their Call of Duty team in November 2019 and was released in September 2020.
Although he opened his Twitch account in December 2011, he only really started streaming seriously in 2018, and more so during 2020.
According to his Twitch overlay, Tommey has 4,200 subscribers and averages over 500 viewers. This is relatively recent, given that he only first hit 1,000 subscribers in August 2020, but if he maintains this, it should generate him a base income of around $10,500 USD. This excludes other income that he receives from Twitch cheer bit contributions, advertisements, tiered subscribers, donations, tournament winnings and sponsorships. EsportsEarnings places his lifetime earnings at over $190,000 USD.
He doesn’t have a set schedule but tends to stream almost daily.