|Real Name:||Matthew Bowman Yu|
|Date of Birth||July 5, 1998|
|Net Worth:||$500,000 USD|
What is Wardell’s net worth?
Wardell‘s estimated net worth is $500,000 USD.
How does Wardell make money?
Wardell is a Valorant pro for TSM, former CS:GO pro and popular Twitch streamer.
Here’s a little run-down of how Wardell makes money:
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On Twitch, Wardell has 800k followers and streams about 24 days in a month. Wardell makes an income on Twitch from subscribers, advertisements and donations.
For every tier1 subscriber, which costs $4.99, Wardell will keep $2.50 and Twitrch will receive the remaining $2.50.
Advertisement-wise, Wardell will see about $10 for every 1000 average viewers on his stream (this is an estimation).
Wardell also receives donations from fans who donate through Twitch bits or his streamlabs tip jar.
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Wardell also uploads highlights to his YouTube channel. His Youtube channel has 315k subscribers and Wardell uploads almost daily. Most of his videos get at least 100k views.
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Wardell also has sponsors some of which are listed in his Twitch description. Examples of sponsors he has are Cadillac Lyriq, Logitech and aimlabs.
These sponsors likely pay him some commission whenever a purchase is made.
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Being an esports athlete, Wardell earns money from tournaments as well. According to esportsearnings.com, Wardell has earned a grand total of $86,047.47 from esports tournaments.
Wardell has merch for sale over at Opacademy.gg.
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How much money does Wardell make from Twitch?
Wardell makes an estimated $10,000 per month from streaming on Twitch.
Here’s how this adds up:
…From Twitch subscribers
Twitch Tracker currently holds no information over Wardell’s sub count, thus we cannot estimate how much he earns from subscriber.
Considering his popularity on Twitch, he likely has anywhere from 1000 – 5000 subscribers, good for $2500 to $12,500 per month. Of course, this is just an estimation.
…From Twitch Advertisements
Twitch Tracker tells us that Wardell has 4600 average viewers per stream and he streamed for 24 days out of the last 30 days. Using this information, we estimate that Wardell makes $46 per stream or $1100 per month from Twitch advertisements.
Donations are hard to estimate but someone with Wardells’ viewercount can easily see $500 per week in donations.
How much money does Wardell make from Youtube?
According to Social Blade, Wardell has about 4,300,000 monthly video views on his YouTube channel. Considering an estimated $3 per 1000 viewers, we estimate that Wardell makes $12,900 per month from advertisements on his YouTube channel.
How much money does Wardell make per month?
In total, Wardell likely makes about $25,000 from streaming on Twitch and uploading highlights to his YouTube channel. Of course, Wardell has many other income sources which are not included in this estimation and would likely bump his monthly income up quite a bit.
Examples of his income sources that aren’t included are: sponsorship earnings, tournament earnings, TSM salary, merch sales, affiliate income and more.
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How did Wardell get started?
- Wardell started competing in CS:GO in 2014 while in high school
- When Wardell got picked up by Ghost Gaming in 2016, he really started making a name for himself
- After Ghost disbanded in 2019, Wardell found himself a free agent and teams refused to pick him up. This was about the time that Wardell started streaming on Twitch.
- Out of frustration, he started his own team called ‘ORGLESS’ with Subroza, Yay, Infinite, and FNS
- When Valorant came around, Wardell knew this would be an opportunity to start over and he knew this would be a game he could be one of the best at
- On May 22nd, Wardell joined TSM’s professional Valorant roster.
- While Wardell was a relatively small streamer when he was still playing CS:GO, with Valorant, he blew up and his viewer count would rise to 5000 average viewers