- Real name: Maximilian Alexander Curt Stemmler
- Birthday: August 19, 1994 (age 27)
- Started Streaming: Jun 14, 2014
- Last seen: 2 hours ago
- Hours Live: 169
- Streaming Platform:
- Team: Twitch
- Sunday: 17:00 UTC - 24:00 UTC
- Monday: 16:00 UTC - 23:00 UTC
- Tuesday: 15:00 UTC - 24:00 UTC
- Wednesday: 15:00 UTC - 24:00 UTC
- Thursday: 15:00 UTC - 23:00 UTC
- Friday: 17:00 UTC - 23:00 UTC
- Saturday: 17:00 UTC - 24:00 UTC
Streaming & Gaming PC Specs
- Webcam: Logitech C922x Pro
- Studio Light:
- Lighting Kit:
- USB Hub:
- Arm: RØDE PSA1
- Microphone: Rode Podcaster
- Control Panel:
- Chair: MAXNOMIC NEEDforSEAT PRO
Gaming Setup & Gear
- Monitor: AOC AG251FZ
- Keyboard: SteelSeries Apex M750
- Mouse: ZOWIE EC2-B
- Mousepad: SteelSeries QcK XXL
- Resolution: 1920x1080
- Render Scale:
- Refresh Rate: 240 Hz
- DPI: 800
- Hz: 1000 Hz
- Sensitivity X: 0.1
- Sensitivity Y: 0.8
- Targeting Sensitivity:
- Scope Sensitivity:
Trymacs (real name Maximilian Alexander Curt Stemmler , * August 19, 1994) is a German Let’s Player and Vlogger . He was best known for his Clash Royale content on the live streaming video portal Twitch .
Maximilian Alexander Curt Stemmler was born on August 19, 1994 in a smaller suburb of Hamburg. After a more or less successful school time (according to his own statements, he was always medium at school with a tendency to bad), Max, according to his nickname, graduated from high school with an average of 2.7. After leaving school, he was accepted into a university and studied business psychology . He is currently pausing his studies. Maximilian is 1.92 m tall.
Trymacs also grew very quickly thanks to its daily YouTube stream highlights and “Tips and Tricks” videos / deck performances.
On June 27, 2016, Trymacs, with over 40,000 subscribers, received the invitation to become a Supercell partner – that is, to test all updates with a developer iPad before global release and to have many other interesting collaborations with Supercell -, which of course he accepted.
He rarely plays other mobile and console games.
With over 300,000 subscribers, Max now has a very active audience of an average of almost 10,000 live viewers on each of his streams and an average of 150,000 clicks, and the community continues to grow rapidly.
On October 12, 2017, Trymacs launched Fortnite on its channel for the first time. Gradually more and more Fortnite videos came, until eventually only Fortnite videos came and Trymacs with Clash Royale has stopped.