Where did you grow up?
I grew up in Mandurah. A town along the coast of Western Australia.
What first got you into gaming?
I first started playing games when I was very young. I had a gameboy which I would mostly play pokemon on. When I was about 5 I got my first console which was the playstation and I loved and played through all of the Crash Bandicoot games. Later on I mostly played shooter games like Halo, Gears of War and the Battlefield series. Later on some friends at my school introduced me to League of Legends when I was around 14 which I stuck with ever since.
What is the League of Legends scene like in Australia?
Oceania has a small but dedicated competitive League scene which consists of the main scene, the OPL (Oceanic Pro League) and a minor league the OCS (Oceanic Challenger Series. This year the Oceanic Region earned a lot of respect at Rift Rivals beating South-East Asia and Japan.
If you could change one thing about League of Legends, what would it be and why?
The main problems I feel in League are to with Riots stance on how they deal with the playerbase. Riot doesn’t do enough in my opinion to punish toxic behavior and players breaking the rules.
You are known as the Teemo player, reaching Challenger with it. What made you first play with Teemo?
I initially played a huge assortment of champions and I started playing Teemo in ranked teams matches with my friends because they didn’t like me playing it. I decided to make a Teemo only account and see if I could get to diamond playing just Teemo and once I hit diamond I just kept going.
A question about your tournament experience, is this something you are involved in? If so what has your experiences been with this?
Have you considered trying to become a professional League of Legends player?
I only have a small amount of tournament experience playing in some amateur tournaments but I have been trying to get into the Challenger Series and definitely want to expand myself and become a competitive player.
What do you do when you aren’t playing/streaming LoL.
When I’m not playing league I mostly just watch videos on Youtube or relax with some anime.
What is a goal you want to achieve in LoL or streaming over the next year or two?
I have a lot of goals I’m working on at the moment. For streaming I want to continue to grow my audience and work towards becoming a Twitch partner. For my competitive career I’m working on finishing in the top 100 at the end of the ranked season and try get a spot on one of the OCS teams. Besides this I’m a always working on improving my Health, lifestyle and financial situation.
My main goals as a League player/Streamer is to get Twitch partnership, grow a decent youtube following, end the ranked season in the top 100 and try and make an OCS team. My general goals are to better my health, lifestyle and financial situation.
What was the most challenging thing you had to get through learning LoL?
I think the hardest thing in learning League was learning the self discipline to watch my own vods and take notes. Writing down your mistakes or just interesting things in the game is something that has helped me alot and having a better system of improving has prevented me from ever feeling “stuck” again.