Zachmazer only really got into video games during high school, starting with League of Legends. While he was looking for content during season 2 in around 2012, he discovered Twitch as well as esports and began dreaming of going pro in gaming one day. Later, he moved on to fps games with one of his favorites being Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2.
He took a break from college to attempt a career in esports when he signed with FlyQuest.
He first dipped his toe into streaming in October 2018 with Call of Duty: Black Ops 4. However, he only really got into it around a year later when he signed with FlyQuest in August 2019. He received his Twitch partnership July 2020 and signed with SoloFide in August 2020. He then transferred to TSM in January 2021. However, this too was short-lived as he moved to Cloud9 in May 2021.
Zachmazer’s Twitch command bot puts his subscriber count at around 750. Therefore, he should be making a base income of at least $1,875 USD per month, excluding additional revenue from his team salary, tiered subscribers, tips, Twitch cheer bit contributions, advertisements, tournament winnings and sponsorships.
Varies. Usually 4 – 5 days a week.
[While trying to go pro,] stay in school and focus on school until [you’re] literally offered a contract by a tier 1 org… [then] go work whatever is possible. Save up roughly $2,000 - $3,000, buy yourself a banger PC and chase your dream while NOT FAILING OUT OF SCHOOL.