|Real Name:||Spencer Martin|
|Date of Birth||March 6, 1990|
|Net Worth:||$700,000 USD|
What is Hiko’s net worth?
Hiko‘s estimated net worth is $700,000 USD.
How does Hiko make money?
Hiko is a Valorant pro for 100 thieves, former CS:GO pro and popular Twitch streamer.
Here’s a little run-down of how Hiko makes money:
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On Twitch, Hiko has 1.5 million followers and earns money through monthly subscribers, advertisements and donations.
For every subscription, Hiko will receive 70% of the earnings or $3.50 per tier 1 subscription.
Hiko also has advertisements on his Twitch channel, which are estimated to bring in about $10 for every 1000 average viewers.
Hiko also receives donations from fans on Twitch. He gets donations through Twitch bits and a Streamelements tip jar.
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Hiko has a YouTube channel with 375k subscribers. On Youtube, Spencer posts about 2 – 3 times per week and his videos get about 200k views on average.
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Hiko also has a bunch of sponsors, many of which are listed in his Twitch description. Examples are JBL and aimlabs.
These sponsors likely pay Hiko a commission whenever a purchase is made using one of his links and/or discount codes.
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Being an esports athlete, Hiko also makes money from tournament prize winnings. According to Esportsearnings, Hiko has made a grand total of $209,646.18 from tournaments he competed in.
Hiko has merch for sale over at officialhiko.com
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How much money does Hiko make from Twitch?
Hiko makes an estimated $20,000 per month from streaming on Twitch.
Here’s how this adds up:
…From Twitch subscribers
According to Twitch Tracker, Hiko has 4,000 subscribers on average. Considering he makes at least $3.50 per subscription, we estimate that Hiko makes around $14,000 per month from Twitch subscriptions.
…From Twitch Advertisements
Twitch Tracker tells us that Hiko has had 20,000 average viewers in the last month and streamed 17 out of 30 days. This information tells us that Hiko could make around $200 per stream or $3400 per month from Twitch advertisements.
Donations are hard to estimate, but someone with Hiko’s audience can easily make $1000 per week in donations.
How much money does Hiko make from Youtube?
According to Social Blade, Hiko has 2,000,000 monthly views on his YouTube videos. Considering a $2 – $3 CPM, we estimate that Hiko makes around $4000 to 6000 from YouTube advertisements.
How much money does Hiko make per month?
In total, Hiko makes around $25,000 from streaming on Twitch and uploading highlights to his YouTube channel. Of course, Hiko has other income sources such as tournament prize earnings, salary from 100 thieves, income from sponsorships, merch sales, and more which are not included in this estimation.
How did Hiko get started?
- Hiko discovered the original Counterstrike in middle school at 12 years old, his fascination with the game would quickly turn into an obsession.
- After watching a pro match and realizing people were making money playing video games such as Counterstrike, Hiko was instantly sold on the concept.
- While in college, Spencer told his parents that he would drop out to pursue professional CS.
- In 2011, Hiko started streaming Counterstrike on Twitch
- When CS:GO came around in 2012, Hiko was already a god at the game, and in 2013, Hiko’s talent led him to land a spot on the Complexity Gaming roster which later got picked up by Cloud9.
- Cloud9 would fail to deliver results though and Hiko eventually left to join Evil Geniuses but a max fixing scandal (which he had nothing to do with) ruined his plans.
- Feeling lost, Hiko decided to focus on streaming, something he had always loved to do.
- Balancing a career in streaming and competitive gaming, Hiko went from team to team but never really had much luck at tournaments.
- When Valorant came around, and Hiko brought his CS:GO skills to a similar game, his stream started to blow up. Viewers from all over the world came to Hiko’s stream to learn from a veteran.
- Still wanting to compete, Hiko joined 100 thieves on June 4th 2020