They were raised by their single mom.
When he started playing CoD 4 on hardcore and S&D, he came across another player called Luskin who was always within top 10 on the leaderboards both then and on all future CoD games. He was a big fan of his, so when he got his own PlayStation, he decided to name himself after him, and so just changed the ‘L’ to a ‘W.’
wuskindash and his identical twin borther, Skraps, first got into Call of Duty in 2006 and were soon addicted to it. He really got into it during CoD 4: Modern Warfare.
He first joined the pro-scene in December 2016 as part of Team 3G. He and Skraps were both noticed by Fnatic who then signed them on for the CoD: Infinite Warfare season in January 2017. But they were both released that September. They then moved on to UNILAD Esports in November 2017 for the WWII season.
He then joined Team Reciprocity in September 2018 alongside two other pro-player from the UNILAD roster and remained with them for a year. He then signed with the London Royal Ravens on September 18,2019, with his brother joining him a couple of days later. They remained with them for a year until they were released from Royal Ravens, along with the rest of the roster barring Seany, on September 8, 2020.
According to his chat bot, Skrapz has over 2,570 subscribers. This means he should be receiving a base income of at least $6,425 USD per month. This amount excludes additional income that he receives from tiered subscriptions, sponsorships, donations, Twitch cheer bit contributions, advertising, his team salary and tournament winnings. The minimum annual salary for CoD pros is $50,000 annually and EsportsEarnings puts his total tournament earnings at over $208,000 USD.
His favorite football team is Manchester United.
Believe in yourself and your time will come. Nothing comes without dedication and perseverance.