Twitch streaming taught me to never give up: Meihki 


Carlos La Luz, better known as Miehki online, started competing in e-sports when he was 13 years old. 

It was not until Fariko Impact and EnVyUs, two e-sports gaming teams, competed against each other in 2013 in a Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 tournament that Miehki decided he wanted to compete as well. 

“After a while, in Black Ops three, I believe the year was 2016 or 2017, there was a rule change to where you had to be at least 18 years of age to compete. And I wasn’t 18 at the time. So I took that as my exit from competing,” Miehki said. 

Miehki quickly decided to stream his gaming instead of using sites like Twitch and Youtube. 

Listen below to the full story of Miehki.

By Brandy Ruiz