He has a sister and two dogs, Henry and Oreo.
His old gamertag used to be ‘Turtle,’ but as he got older, he realized that it was too common and tried to think of a new one. He thought that ‘Zex’ sounded cool and that ‘Row’ worked with it, so he put the two together and has been using it since then.
When he was six-year-old, ZexRow’s dad bought him an Xbox 360, which marked the beginning of his passion for video games. He initially started out playing Call of Duty 3 (CoD), and then moved on to Call of Duty 4, CounterStrike: Global Offensive (CS:GO) and other CoD titles and fps games from there.
He started playing Fortnite as soon as it released and began working more seriously on his aim and game sense. He and his friends began watching TSM’s League of Legends (LoL) matches together when they were twelve, as they were all into LoL at the time. Watching them compete fueled his desire to become a pro player. However, his parents were not keen on his pursuing a gaming career, which gave him a very narrow window to prove himself to them before he would have to drop Fortnite and go to college.
In early 2018, he was on a team on StepOne that decided to disband. He immediately took a look at the ladder and saw that Viny1x’s team was among the highest ranked team. He therefore asked if they had an opening on their team. Fortunately for him, TSM_Vinny1x’s team had just released one of their members, so they allowed him to try out for their Quad team. He got in and they competed together for a while, until he and TSM_Vinny1x decided to break off and scrim in duos.
He and TSM_Vinny managed to qualify for and come third in the Fortnite Fall Skirmish Duos Grand Finals, thereby winning them an equal share on $215,000 USD and his parents’ approval to pursue his pro-gaming ambitions. A month and a half later, he joined Team SoloMid on December 11, 2018 and received Twitch partnership a day later. He them moved in to the TSM house, and when TSM_Vinny1x was signed on a couple of months later, they resumed their duos partnership.
He has since moved back to his parents' house. He officially left TSM when they decided to disband their competitive Fortnite team altogether in February 2021. He then joined Dark Zero in
He has a girlfriend.
According to his Twitch chat bot, he was ~420 subscribers to his channel. This should generate him at least $1,050 USD per month, excluding additional income from his team salary, tournament winnings, tiered subscriptions, tips, Twitch cheer bit donations, advertisements and sponsorships. According to Esports Earnings, he has earned over $343,000 USD from various tournaments thus far.
He doesn’t have a set schedule.
- 3rd – Fornite Fall Skirmish Duos Grand Finals - 2018
- 1st – Fall Skirmish Week 1 - 2018
[A player’s game sense can definitely be accelerated by] watching other pros and when you watch them remember they do everything for a reason and ask yourself what the reason is every time they do something.