Imaqtpie Net Worth

Last Modified Aug 24, 2021 04:46 GMT

Imaqtpie is one of the most famous League of Legends players and content creators but has taken a break from playing the game because of feeling burnt out, and is currently a full-time variety streamer. He used to regularly take part in League of Legends competitions and tournaments and was formerly in a team with OfflineTV’s Scarra. Imaqtpie was interviewed by Rolling Stone due to his fame.


The 29-year-old streamer hails from America and has participated in competitions all over the United States. In 2011, he was flown out to Busan, South Korea, to take part in the Word Cyber Games. He promptly went viral in 2018 for attending his own wedding in a T-shirt and shorts. He has over 2.6 million followers on his Twitch channel and averages around 2k viewers per stream.



Real NameMichael Santana
DOBFebruary 21, 1992
Height5 feet 11 inches
WeightUnknown
AddressFlorida, United States
Marital Status/PartnerSingle/Unknown, Divorced
Source of WealthOnline content creation, sponsorships, esports
Net Worth$2 million

How much is Imaqtpie’s total net worth?


maqtpie’s total net worth is calculated to be around $2 million, or more. He used to be one of the top League of Legends streamers worldwide when he used to play the game professionally. He has since retired and moved on to variety streaming, and is also regularly sponsored by big brands with EA and Samsung being the most recent ones.

On what platform does Imaqtpie stream?


Imaqtpie only streams on his Twitch channel but he does post highlights and clips of his Twitch live streams on his YouTube channel. Whenever he goes live, he tweets about it from his Twitter account.

How much does Imaqtpie earn?


Imaqtpie’s earnings have drastically changed since he stopped streaming and playing League of Legends regularly, as he gained his popularity from it. In 2017, he revealed that he earned $2 million from streaming, every year. His current earning estimates are calculated to be lesser.

Imaqtpie is estimated to earn around $25k to $46k every year, from his YouTube and Twitch channels. He would earn a higher amount in actuality, owing to donations he receives, sponsorship deals he carries out, as well as Twitch subscribers that pay for a higher-tiered sub.


Imaqtpie’s Esports career


Imaqtpie had been competing in League of Legends tournaments all the way from 2011, when the game was first released. He was scouted by William “Scarra” Li (a co-founder and current member of OfflineTV) to join his team “Rock Solid” for a League of Legends tournament.

He continued with the team which was eventually merged with Team Dignitas, an international esports brand, but he eventually left the organization in 2014. Imaqtpie then reunited with his former teammates in 2017 under a new team named “Delta Fox,” to participate in the North American Challenges Series. Since then, he has played in tournaments for other games as well as League of Legends; his most recent participation was in the Twitch Rivals League tournament. He won $500 as the prize money was $2k, which was split with 4 other teammates.

Imaqtpie’s Twitch career


Imaqtpie created his Twitch account on the 22nd of September, 2011. He mainly streamed League of Legends; as of 2021, he has 7.9k hours logged on to the game.

Recently, Imaqtpie branched into variety streaming after feeling burnt out from playing League of Legends and he currently sits at 2.6 million followers and averages 2k viewers every stream.

The streamer is currently the 4th most-watched Escape from Tarkov channel on the platform, both in English and overall.

Imaqtpie’s YouTube career


Imaqtpie created his YouTube channel on the 23rd of January, in 2007. He began uploading

on the channel after he started to stream League of Legends; his uploads consisted of purely League of Legends content initially.

As he streams a variety of different games in the present day, his content consists of clips and highlights from his streams of various games.

Earnings from other endeavors

Imaqtpie has earned almost $40k in total from the years of tournaments he has participated in. In 2012, he earned around $24k from 14 League of Legends tournaments.

Imaqtpie used to sell merchandise of his own name but has discontinued it as of now.


Earnings as a Youtuber


Imaqtpie is estimated to generate around $400 to $800 every month from his YouTube channel and this totals to around $5k to $10k every year. He uploads videos on his YouTube channel only once or twice a month.

Earnings as a Twitch Streamer


Imaqtpie’s Twitch earnings are significantly more than his YouTube, but it dropped a lot after he stopped streaming League of Legends regularly. As of now, he is calculated to earn around $1.7k to $3k a month from the platform, and around $20.4k to $36k on a yearly basis, just from his subscribers. He streams almost every day.

Other Sponsorship Deals


Recently, Imaqtpie has been sponsored by Samsung and EA. In the past he has been sponsored by OMEN, Burger King, Sennheiser, Battlerite, Lineage II Revolution, Summoners War, among many others.


Expenditure


Imaqtpie’s expenses are unknown for the most part, as he is pretty private with regards to his personal life.

In the News


Imaqtpie made national news when he qualified and participated in the World Cyber Games Grand Final in 2011; he was sent on an all-expenses-paid trip to Busan, South Korea.


The streamer’s success from League of Legends was so widespread, he scored an interview with Rolling Stone


Imaqtpie went viral on Twitter in 2018 after he was pictured wearing a T-shirt, shorts, and a pair of sneakers to his own wedding.


In 2020, it was confirmed by Imaqtpie that he had split from his ex-wife Lisha.

FAQs

Q. How old is Imaqtpie?

As of August 2021, Imaqtpie is 29 years old and he was born on the 21st of February, in 1992.

Q. Is Imaqtpie married?

Imaqtpie married fellow streamer Lisha Wei in 2018, but made an official announcement that the two had separated in 2020. However, his current relationship status is unknown.

Q. How much does Imaqtpie earn?

On average, Imaqtpie earns anywhere between $25.2k to $45.6k a year, before sponsorships and donations. His earnings dropped after he stopped playing League of Legends regularly; in 2017, he revealed he made $2 million from streaming, annually.

Q. Where does Imaqtpie stream?

Imaqtpie streams to his Twitch account only, and posts highlights and clips of his live streams on his YouTube channel occasionally. He uploads once or twice a month.

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