On the Amazon-owned platform, the 22-year-old Syrian-American gamer has amassed 7.4 million followers.
Ali “Myth” Kabbani, a professional Fortnite Battle Royale player and Twitch variety streamer, has joined Loaded’s talent roster.
Loaded will work with Myth, a 22-year-old Syrian-American gamer, to develop new content and partnerships to help him expand his brand, which is primarily focused on first-person shooter games.
Myth began his gaming career on YouTube in 2013, and in 2016 he launched his Twitch channel, which now has 7.4 million subscribers.
In 2018, Myth was the captain of Team SoloMid, a competitive Fortnite player, and he also participated in Ninja‘s (Tyler Blevins) Vegas Tournament that year. During the Twitch Rivals series, he also played Valorant.
Gamers, he says, are almost a personality trait, and he’s been playing games on the Xbox and PlayStation One since he was two or three years old, when he first started playing original classics. At the age of 11, he began watching YouTubers like SeaNanners play games like Call of Duty, and from there, he began making videos, as well as trying gaming reviews, unboxings, and other things.
Myth began streaming games in middle school and played a game called Paragon, which he recalls garnering him an audience of “like 70 viewers,” at which point he decided to pursue a career in gaming.
Myth now tries his hardest to have a good time in the games he plays, with a “high focus on dominating” mentality. He’ll be working on content that he’s used to, first-person shooter games, but with a twist this year.
Nmplol and Malena, two streamers based in Austin, Texas, are cited by Myth as people who are producing interesting content, some of which is focused on IRL (in real life).
It’s himself, and simply pursuing projects he wants to do, that is his biggest challenge in gaming these days.
CouRage, Sydney “Sydeon” Parker, Shroud, DrLupo, and AnnMunition are among Loaded’s other clients. With offices all over the country, the company is headquartered in Santa Monica.