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Who's this Ping guy?
Since I was young, I've always enjoyed pushing creative boundaries. From drawing pictures using ASCII codes for BBS's to making macromedia flash banners for fellow Asian avenue members I've always been a computer geek but always more so on the artistic side. As I grew older, I found myself working in sales and eventually sales management, I did fairly well for myself. But something was missing. I started feeling this emptiness inside and I knew exactly what was causing it but I didn't have the "balls" to face it, until I did. I dropped my corporate life and became a full time DJ. I worked at Bars and Clubs across the city 4-5 nights a week. I made considerably less money but I was happy. As time went by, I knew I needed to focus my attention on a longer term game plan so I switched my focus from bars and clubs to corporate events and weddings.  This is where I stand today. I have my peak seasons around Christmas and the summer and I spend the rest of the year as an Uber driver (this is where I play PF, in between rides :)

When did you start playing Puzzle Fighter?
I must have been around 14 or 15 at the time I started playing Puzzle Fighter at the arcade. Where all my friends were spending all their money on varying versions of SF2,  I stuck a single quarter into puzzle fighter and was guaranteed to last for at least 30 mins at a time. From there I played a little bit of PF on my PS1 before we ended up selling the system. I've all but forgot about the game until recently when I started to randomly check the play store wondering why it wasn't available on mobile. And then one fateful day, I saw an ad for it on FB and jumped all over it.

How will our patronage make a difference?
I've had to cut a lot of videos short due to a lack of time. It's tough balancing making videos (something I really enjoy) and ubering something I kinda enjoy but pays the bills. I also have a ton of other ideas and things I want to go really in depth into but I know I'd be digging myself a time consuming hole if I start on those projects but I know those are the exact projects that a lot of you actually want me to work on. And as I stated above, I love pushing creative limits, having the resources is fundamental to be able to do so. So in short, you can expect not only more videos but more quality content to help build the PF community.

Aren't you getting paid through Youtube?
No. My intentions was never to ask my viewers for money, it was to grow the channel and make money through ads via youtube. But since this is my first time being a creator on youtube, i learned how they deal with things the hard way. I met youtube's initial criteria to be REVIEWED to be monetized within about a month. They said it would take a week, so I followed up with them almost every week to find out what was taking so long but i didn't get a single response until about a month after. And all the email said was that they're busy and they appreciate my patience... Fast fwd about another month and they changed their policy to a higher standard that I haven't qualified for yet before REVIEWING for monetization. So that's kind of where I'm at now with them. Their customer service is horrendous and from what I've gathered from other youtuber's is to not expect much from their ad's either. 
Who's this Ping guy?
Since I was young, I've always enjoyed pushing creative boundaries. From drawing pictures using ASCII codes for BBS's to making macromedia flash banners for fellow Asian avenue members I've always been a computer geek but always more so on the artistic side. As I grew older, I found myself working in sales and eventually sales management, I did fairly well for myself. But something was missing. I started feeling this emptiness inside and I knew exactly what was causing it but I didn't have the "balls" to face it, until I did. I dropped my corporate life and became a full time DJ. I worked at Bars and Clubs across the city 4-5 nights a week. I made considerably less money but I was happy. As time went by, I knew I needed to focus my attention on a longer term game plan so I switched my focus from bars and clubs to corporate events and weddings.  This is where I stand today. I have my peak seasons around Christmas and the summer and I spend the rest of the year as an Uber driver (this is where I play PF, in between rides :)

When did you start playing Puzzle Fighter?
I must have been around 14 or 15 at the time I started playing Puzzle Fighter at the arcade. Where all my friends were spending all their money on varying versions of SF2,  I stuck a single quarter into puzzle fighter and was guaranteed to last for at least 30 mins at a time. From there I played a little bit of PF on my PS1 before we ended up selling the system. I've all but forgot about the game until recently when I started to randomly check the play store wondering why it wasn't available on mobile. And then one fateful day, I saw an ad for it on FB and jumped all over it.

How will our patronage make a difference?
I've had to cut a lot of videos short due to a lack of time. It's tough balancing making videos (something I really enjoy) and ubering something I kinda enjoy but pays the bills. I also have a ton of other ideas and things I want to go really in depth into but I know I'd be digging myself a time consuming hole if I start on those projects but I know those are the exact projects that a lot of you actually want me to work on. And as I stated above, I love pushing creative limits, having the resources is fundamental to be able to do so. So in short, you can expect not only more videos but more quality content to help build the PF community.

Aren't you getting paid through Youtube?
No. My intentions was never to ask my viewers for money, it was to grow the channel and make money through ads via youtube. But since this is my first time being a creator on youtube, i learned how they deal with things the hard way. I met youtube's initial criteria to be REVIEWED to be monetized within about a month. They said it would take a week, so I followed up with them almost every week to find out what was taking so long but i didn't get a single response until about a month after. And all the email said was that they're busy and they appreciate my patience... Fast fwd about another month and they changed their policy to a higher standard that I haven't qualified for yet before REVIEWING for monetization. So that's kind of where I'm at now with them. Their customer service is horrendous and from what I've gathered from other youtuber's is to not expect much from their ad's either. 

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