Learn about the net worth and earnings of the gamer and streamer Brandon Winn, aka Aceu.
Brandon Winn, aka Aceu is a popular gamer and streamer who plays for NRG Esports. He currently plays in their Apex Legends line-up with other esports players such as KingRichard, Mohr, and Dizzy.
As a streamer and gamer, Aceu has been gaining a lot of fame recently. And the people who follow his stream are often curious to learn how much does he make from gaming in 2021. So, we compiled some details on his net worth in the sections below to find out.
There are no online sources available to accurately estimate the fortune of Brandon Winn, aka Aceu. But analyzing his earnings of the past few years, we can speculate how much net worth he holds at present. Thus, through his earning analyses, as of January 2021, Aceu holds an estimated net worth of $1 million.
Aceu holds an estimated net worth of $1 million as of January 2021.
Source: Top Twitch Streamers
Regarding his actual earnings, we do have some official reports available online. According to Top Twitch Streamers, Aceu has nearly 7,500 subscribers as per his Twitch overlay, which attracts over 10k viewers.
So from his Twitch activity, Aceu earns a monthly income of over $26,000, which is excluding additional revenue from tiered subscriptions, his team salary, merchandise sales, donations, Twitch cheer bit contributions, advertisements, and sponsorships. Additionally, as per EsportsEarnings, he has also won over $104,400 USD from various tournaments.
According to Aceu's Twitch status, he has over 1 million Twitch followers as of now, and nearly 29 million Twitch channel views.
Aceu created his ESEA account in September 2016 in order to play pubs. One of the people he met on the site offered to introduce him to EclipseGG. They both played well and attracted the attention of the Rise Nation.
Aceu began his rise to professional gaming in 2016.
Rise Nation offered both Aceu and @Moose a better deal to join their team. Also, they were then bought by eUnited in March 2018 and remained with them until January 2019, when they benched him.
Soon, Aceu began to look for another team. He decided to start streaming on Twitch and began playing 'Apex Legends' when it was released in February 2019. He was feeling burnt out after playing CS: GO for a long period of time, so he saw Apex as an opportunity to try out something different.
Aceu slowly transitioned into predominantly streaming Apex rather than CS: GO. He began to be a prolific gamer and began to gain popularity. Afterward, he signed on with NRG Esports in March 2019 as part of their Apex Legends team.
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