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Streamer Info

  • Real name: Manuel "Grubby" Schenkhuizen
  • Birthday: April 11, 1986 (age 36)
  • Started Streaming:
  • Last seen: 2 days ago
  • Hours Live: 176
  • Streaming Platform: Twitch
  • Team: Twitch

Streaming Time

  • Sunday: 18:00 UTC - 2:00 UTC
  • Monday: 18:00 UTC - 2:00 UTC
  • Tuesday: 18:00 UTC - 1:00 UTC
  • Wednesday: 16:00 UTC - 1:00 UTC
  • Thursday: 5:00 UTC - 24:00 UTC
  • Friday: 18:00 UTC - 1:00 UTC
  • Saturday: 16:00 UTC - 2:00 UTC

Streaming & Gaming PC Specs

Gaming PC

  • OS:
  • Motherboard:
  • CPU: i9 9900K 3.60Ghz (8 cores, 16 threads)
  • GPU: ASUS Nvidia RTX 2060 (6 GB)
  • RAM: 32 GB RAM (2x16GB)
  • Case: ROG Helios
  • HDD/SSD: 2x 512 GB M.2 Samsung 970
  • Power Supply:
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  • Liquid Cooling:

Streaming Equipment

  • Camera:
  • Webcam: Logitech C920
  • Studio Light:
  • Lighting Kit:
  • USB Hub:
  • Arm:
  • Microphone: Rode Pod Mic
  • Control Panel:
  • Amplifier:
  • Chair:

Gaming Setup & Gear

  • Monitor: BenQ XL2720Z
  • Headset: Sennheiser HD 599 SE
  • Keyboard: Das Keyboard (blue switch)
  • Mouse: ET T7
  • Mousepad: Razer Rakoon Control

Video Settings

Heroes of the Storm

  • Resolution: 1920x1080
  • FOV:
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Mouse Settings

Heroes of the Storm

  • DPI: 1100
  • Hz:
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  • Sensitivity Y:
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FollowGrubby Biography

FollowGrubby has been playing video games since childhood, preferring strategy and RPG games over shooters. He had to share the PC with his brothers, so he wasn’t able to play as much as he would have liked. He was introduced to Warcraft before StarCraft II, but he preferred StarCraft II. It was only a couple of years later that he decided to try Warcraft again after seeing a gameplay clip on line. He gave it a second chance and fell in love with it.

In 2003, someone in the online Warcraft community recommended that he tryout for a qualifier match. He decided to give it a try. He passed and so began competing in professional tournaments. After high school, he wasn’t sure what he wanted to study. He competed in a CyberX tournament with against international opponents and won. Although the organizer turned out to be a con-artist, the matches had been real. This made him realize that he might be able to pull off a career as a pro-gamer. Therefore, he decided to postpone university for one year to see whether he would be able to have turn Warcraft III into a career.

His parents weren’t thrilled as there wasn’t really an eSport scene at that time, but they gave him the year. Fortunately, it worked out for him. He won two world championships and decided to keep at it. He has been competing in both Starcraft II and Warcraft III tournaments ever since. By 2015, his Twitch channel had grown enough for him to become a fulltime streamer. He also works as an eSports commentator as well.