Last Updated on 02/17/2023 by Dean
|Real Name:||Aydan Conrad|
|Date of Birth||April 25, 1999|
|Net Worth:||$1,500,000 USD|
What is Aydan’s net worth?
Aydan‘s estimated net worth is $1,500,000 USD.
How does Aydan make money?
Aydan is a popular Twitch streamer, professional Warzone player, and content creator for NY Subliners.
He is also known as the highest-earning professional Warzone player in the world.
Here’s a little run-down of how Aydan makes money:
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Aydan’s Twitch channel has 2.4 million followers and he makes money on the platform through subscriptions, advertisements and fan donations.
Aydan will receive a minimum of $3.50 from every subscriber he gets on Twitch because he qualifies for the 70/30 revenue split. (learn more about 70/30 split requirements)
Twitch streamers receive money for the advertisements they have on their stream. These advertisements will 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.
Aydan accepts fan donations through a streamlabs tip jar. The majority of donations Twitch streamers get are small but sometimes they get big ones as well. At the time of writing, his top donation for the month is $200.
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On YouTube, Aydan has 1.31 million subscribers. He uploads highlights from his Twitch stream daily.
Most of his videos get around 300K viewers.
On YouTube, you can make money through advertisements displayed on your videos. YouTube will pay between $1 – $4 for every 1000 views in the gaming category depending on the age and location of your viewers.
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Aydan has a bunch of sponsors as you can clearly see in his Twitch description. Some of the examples are G-FUEL, Scuf Gaming, and MSI.
Some sponsors will pay Aydan simply for featuring their products on stream, others will pay him a commission based on purchases through his link (e.g. G-FUEL, Scuf Gaming).
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In his professional career, Aydan has made quite a bit of money from esports tournaments as well. According to esportsearnings.com, Aydan has made a grand total of $407,794.40 from his participation in 104 tournaments.
The majority of his winnings come from Warzone and Fortnite.
Aydan currently doesn’t sell any merch.
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How much money does Aydan make from Twitch?
Aydan makes an estimated $35,000 per month from streaming on Twitch.
Here’s how this adds up:
…From Twitch subscribers
According to Twitch Tracker, Aydan currently has 7,096 average subscribers. Considering he makes at least $3.50 per sub, we estimate that Aydan makes $24,836 per month from subscribers on Twitch.
…From Twitch Advertisements
Twitch Tracker data tells us that Aydan had 3,752,312 viewers in the last month. Considering a $2 CPM, we estimate that Aydan makes around $7,504 in advertisements from Twitch.
A streamer like Aydan can easily make $1k – 4k per month in donations.
How much money does Aydan make from Youtube?
According to Social Blade, Aydan has 4.6 million average monthly video views on his YouTube channel. Considering a $2 – $3 CPM, we estimate that Aydan makes anywhere from $9,200 to $13,800 per month from his YouTube channel.
How much money does Aydan make per month?
In total, Aydan makes an estimated $45,000 per month from streaming on Twitch and uploading highlights to YouTube.
Of course, Aydan has other income sources such as his sponsorships which we estimate to bring in an extra $5,000 – $20,000 per month.
How did Aydan get started?
- Aydan made his first money playing video games by participating in Call of Duty wager matches
- After high school, he asked his father to give him a gap year after high school so he could pursue his professional gaming dream
- During his gap year, Aydan started streaming on Twitch, he had around 10 average viewers at the time.
- Aydan’s gap year aligned perfectly with the release of Fortnite, a game he was instantly dominating in through the years of experience he had playing Call of Duty
- When the summer of 2018 came around, Aydan had built a small viewer base on Twitch of around 100 average viewers. That same summer, he signed with Ghost Gaming which gave his viewer count a nice boost.
- In September of that year, Aydan blew up after proving himself at the Fortnite Summer Skirmish
- By the end of 2018, Aydan was streaming to an average 8,000 viewers on Twitch.
- In 2020, Aydan left Ghost Gaming as he felt he had outgrown the organization. That same year, as Warzone was released, he switched back to his Call of Duty roots
- The switch would prove to be well-worth it, as his audience continued to grow through streaming Warzone and he even became the highest-earning Warzone player in the world.
- In 2021, Aydan signed with NY Subliners
- These days, Aydan streams to 11,675 viewers on average
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