14-year-old Streamer Is Gambling Fortnite, Earning More Than $ 200,000. While others still get pocket money at their age, a 14-year-old American lives the dream of many Fortnite players and already earns his money with the game – in the 6-digit range.
Many Fortnite players dream of doing so:
Fortnite avid streamer and purposeful content creator, Fortnite is a lucrative source of revenue that also provides a livelihood.
For example, one of the world’s most famous streamer, Tyler “Ninja” Blevins, earned almost $ 7 million in 2018 with its YouTube and Twitch channels, which focus on Fortnite.
Even a 14-year-old Fortnite player probably no longer needs to worry about his pocket money. Because he already earns more than $ 200,000 a year with the game.
Who is it? Griffin “Skeptic” Spikoski is a 14-year-old American from the state of New York. He is a passionate Fortnite player and drummer who made a big financial breakthrough last year.
He was able to earn a profit of $ 200,000 in 2018, most of which was made with Twitch and YouTube content to Fortnite. More than 1.2 million fans already follow the adolescent on YouTube. In total, his videos have been watched more than 71 million times.
This kill changed everything
How did the player become so successful? His stellar career began almost nine months ago when Spikoski had uploaded a video by eliminating Tfue, another well-known Fortnite player. This video turned his life upside down. The clip has now reached over 7.5 million views and helped Skeptic to firmly establish itself in the ranks of the Fortnite elite.
Since then, Spikoski has been constantly refining his skills. On a normal day he plays up to 8 hours a day, on weekend days, sometimes even up to 18 hours. He himself regards his passion as a job.
Wed 14 years already 2 consultants
This is how Spikosi is supported by his family: Griffin would, in his own words, play a lot. But his parents support his passion.
Among other things, they enabled him to teach in an online school, as his life was hardly compatible with a traditional high school visit. They have also hired a financial accountant and a business consultant to make sure their income is managed appropriately.
That’s what Spikosi wants to do with his money: According to his own information, the adolescent does not want to throw his earned money out the window, but, for example, to save for college or later for a house – provided his success continues.