A little about the Sauce

My name is Gabriel and I am 24 years old. I live in Texas and I am a single father of a beautiful little girl. Life hasn’t always been easy for me, but I have nothing to complain about. Growing up in a Hispanic family has been pretty crazy, but helped shape who I am today. My parents have always been hard workers and they taught my siblings and I to be as hard working as them. At the age of 17 I became a father and it was hard. I always pictured it would be easy to be a parent, but things did take a toll after my daughter’s birth. At that moment I knew I needed to push myself to give my daughter everything she needed. Until this day I am reminded of the obstacles I have faced to get my daughter and myself where we need to be. I was taught to enjoy the little things in life and to see the beauty among the chaos. I did go to college and even though I graduated as a Medical Assistant, I decided to pursue other paths in life.

On June of ’16, I decided to take a leap into the gaming broadcasting world where I had seen others broadcast video games through platforms like Twitch. I remember playing a survival game known as Outlast with one of my relatives. We wanted to share the game play with others and made an account on Twitch. Pretty much after that one stream, I proceeded to making it a routine, and started getting viewers interested in what I was streaming. Many people ask my why I chose to be called Sadsauce and frankly it all has to do with my daughter. Little kids are like sponges, they soak up almost everything they see and hear. Even though, they might not pronounce certain things correctly, they go out of their way to pronounce it as best as they can. It was one of those instances that Sadsauce was made and came to be the name of my channel.

After Months of streaming on Twitch and meeting new people whether it were viewers or casters, I attended my first convention (con for short) and met casters from a different platform. It was then that I was introduced to Beam.Pro. After an initial re-stream onto Beam, I instantly fell in love with the platform and the community that was on Beam. I have been streaming on Beam ever sense, and I have had a total blast. I am one of those caster who likes to have random vents on stream; good vents if I may add. I have noticed that viewers add to the vents and we talk about life on stream without offending anyone. Everyone has a story and some want a way to let that story be heard. I guess this is my way of wanting other to hear my own story.

This is just a little about me and I hope you enjoy it. I will be making some personal posts in the future about different things in my life. I should get back to work.

As always, Stay Saucy!