|Real Name:||Brandon Winn|
|Date of Birth||April 7, 1995|
|Net Worth:||$1,000,000 USD|
What is Aceu’s net worth?
Aceu’s estimated net worth is $1,000,000 USD.
How does Aceu make money?
Aceu is a retired CS:GO and Apex Legends pro and popular Twitch streamer.
He currently streams for NRG.
Here’s a little run-down of how Aceu makes money:
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Aceu makes money from streaming on Twitch. He is monetized through subscribers, donations, and advertisements.
Aceu keeps 70% of his earnings from Twitch subscriptions so about $3.50 for every tier 1 subscriber.
Aceu also accepts fan donations on Twitch. His biggest donation to date was a $600 donation.
Twitch streamers make an income from advertisements as well. These video advertisements will often play before you enter a stream and can re-appear at any time at the streamer’s discretion.
We estimate that streamers make around $2 per 1000 viewers on Twitch.
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Aceu has 1.11 million subscribers on his YouTube channel where he uploads about 3 times a week. Most of his videos get at least 400,000 views.
YouTubers make money through advertisements on their YouTube channel. These YouTubers get paid a certain amount for every 1000 views they get on a video.
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According to esportsearnings, Aceu has made a grand total of $107,631.84 from participating in 40 tournaments.
The majority of his esports earnings come from Apex Legends and CS:GO.
Aceu also has sponsors which pay him to feature their products on stream. Some sponsors may also pay him commissions for individual purchases made through his referral.
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Aceu currently doesn’t have merch of his own. He does promote NRG merch on his Twitch channel with his discount code Aceu.
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How much money does Aceu make from Twitch?
Aceu makes an estimated $30,000 per month from streaming on Twitch.
Here’s how this adds up:
…From Twitch subscribers
According to Twitch Tracker, Aceu has 7,260 monthly subscribers on average. Considering every subscriber brings in at least $3.50, we estimate that Aceu makes $25,410 per month from subscribers on Twitch.
…From Twitch Advertisements
Twitch Tracker tells us that Aceu had 3,231,722 views in the last month. Considering a $2 CPM, this would mean that Aceu makes an estimated $6,462 per month from advertisements on Twitch.
Someone as big as Aceu is estimated to make $1000 – $4000 per month in donations.
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How much money does Aceu make from Youtube?
According to Social Blade, Aceu has an average of 7,800,000 monthly video views on his YouTube channel. If we consider a $3 CPM, this would mean that Aceu makes an estimated $23,400 per month from YouTube advertisements.
How much money does Aceu make per month?
In total, Aceu makes around $53,000 per month from streaming on Twitch and uploading highlights to his YouTube channel.
This estimation does not include any money the streamer makes from sponsorships, merch, and other income sources.
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How did Aceu get started?
- Aceu grew up in a small farmers’ town in Indiana
- At just 7 years old, his step-father introduced him to his first FPS game: Quake
- Aceu didn’t have a PC growing up and instead played shooters such as CoD and Halo on his Xbox console. When an e-sports center opened up in his hometown, he would spend all his time over there to grind and stomp on other kids
- In 2013, Aceu finally got his first gaming pc and after starting off on League of Legends, Aceu quickly found his way back to FPS and started grinding CS:GO, eventually even creating a team so they could compete at an ESCA open qualifier
- In May of 2017, Aceu got picked up by Rise Nation which later turned into eunited one year later.
- Aceu’s pro career didn’t last long however and after getting benched, he decided to switch over to streaming
- When Apex Legends came out in February of 2019, Aceu was instantly dominating the game
- NRG picked up on his talent and signed him to their Apex Legends esports roster
- Eventually, Aceu realized he enjoyed streaming more than playing professionally and retired in January of 2020
- Today, Aceu is a huge streamer, broadcasting to over 15,000 people whenever he goes live.