Jarvis is known for his gaming videos, challenges, and real-life content that he uploads on his YouTube channel featuring his older brother Frazier, another member of FaZe, and the FaZe House members. Jarvis joined FaZe Clan on April 23, 2019.
Jarvis uploaded his first YouTube video on June 29, 2014 playing Call of Duty: Black Ops II. He didn't show his appearance on camera until July 1, 2016 when he uploaded a video titled 'WELCOME TO MY CHANNEL'
Jarvis was born and raised in London, England to parents of Nepali and English ethnicity alongside his two brothers named Frazier and Chandler.
Banned From Fortnite
In late-2019, Jarvis uploaded a video to his channel showing him aimbotting players in the game Fortnite. The developer team of the game known as Epic Games took quick action and banned Jarvis from Fortnite permanently. Then, on November 3, 2019, Jarvis came out with a response/apology video on this move stating that Fortnite had made a huge impact in his life, and he didn't even know the consequences of what was going to occur as a result when showing himself cheat.
On September 11, 2020, Jarvis tweeted on Twitter stating 'It’s been nearly a year since Epic banned me. Tonight @ 6PM PST I’m playing Fortnite for the first time back on Twitch. See you there.'
Here he's referring to the lifetime ban that he'd gotten from playing Fortnite about a year ago. His fans were shocked and confused at the same time if he's actually returning back. But, all of this was planned to trick Epic Games, the developer team behind Fortnite. Jarvis had to censor out his in-game name everywhere on his Twitch stream so no one can find out the account he's playing on. The stream racked up over 40K live viewers. A few minutes later however, his username and ID was leaked for a split-second. This is because he paused his game and tried to check his settings. At this time, he kept getting spammed with friend-requests until a few seconds later, Fortnite suddenly logged him out and banned him on the new account once again.
FaZe Clan's editor known as TeaWap told Jarvis to end his stream right afterwards. Two days later on Sep 13, 2020, Jarvis uploaded a video titled 'I Tricked The Internet Into Thinking I Played Fortnite' where he explained how this all went down in the first place. He'd also said that his friend/Twitch streamer known as slaterkodish assisted him when he was playing.
YouTube vs TikTok boxing match
On March 18, 2021, a YouTube vs TikTok boxing match was announced taking place on June 5 (Delayed to June 12) with Jarvis featured in the undercard fighting against TikToker Michael Le. On May 18, a press conference was held with Jarvis saying in the press conference "There's gonna be no cheating on June 12" after being asked by Keemstar (DramaAlert) if he will cheat in the boxing match referencing his ban from Fortnite. On June 12, Jarvis won the fight by knocking out Michael Le in the 2nd round.
- His brother FaZe Kay shares a YouTube channel with him called Jarvis & Kay for reaction-type content.
- He unracked 225 pounds with a wide grip bench and pressed it up an inch as a test of strength.