Nightblue3 is an American streamer and League of Legends e-sports player. He is best known for streaming League of Legends on Twitch and play the game competitively.
As of 2020, Nightblue3 is estimated to have a net worth of $6.5 million.
Nightblue3’s Net Worth
|NET WORTH:||$6.5 MILLION|
|DATE OF BIRTH:||31 JULY 1993|
|PROFESSION:||STREAMER, PRO GAMER|
|SOURCE OF WEALTH:||TWITCH, YOUTUBE, GAMING|
Nightblue3’s real name is Rabia Yazbek and he is from Dearborn, Michigan, USA. He became popular when he started playing League of Legends, and he plays it competitively.
Nightblue3 has competed in various tournaments including the Tyler1 Championship Series and Twitch Rivals: Region Showdown, among others.
These days, he is one of the top streamers on Twitch, especially under the League of Legends category. He has gained over 2.5 million followers on the platform as of March 2020. He typically plays different champions in League of Legends, even if he knows he will lose just to entertain viewers.
Nightblue3 also has a popular YouTube account where he makes videos mainly on the same game. He has gained 2.7 million subscribers and over 1 billion views in total as of March 2020.
Here are some of the highlights of his career.
- He has become one of the top League of Legends streamers on Twitch.
- Nightblue3 is also one of the highest paid streamers on the platform.
- Despite his success, there are also a lot of complaints on him in the LoL forums about his toxic behavior.
What contributed to Nightblue3’s net worth
Nightblue3’s wealth can be attributed to his success on Twitch as a streamer and also on YouTube.
How do Twitch streamers get paid?
- Advertising. For the more popular streamers, they get to partner with Twitch and can turn on the advertising block. The revenue is generated by visitors watching the ads or by clicking on them.
- Subscriptions. The bulk of a Twitch streamer’s earnings are usually from subscriptions. Streamers get paid a portion of the subscription amount that viewers paid. For more popular streamers, they can usually negotiate for a much bigger portion of the amount.
- Donations. Streamers also get donations from viewers, either in the form of money through third-party platforms like Streamlabs or by getting bits (managed by Twitch themselves). Streamers get about $1 per 100 bits. Viewers have to pay around $1.4 for 100 bits, so Twitch absorbs the $0.4.
As for YouTube, he can earn from the ads in his videos.
In 2020, he is estimated to be worth around $6.5 million.
Ref: Gamepedia, Naibuzz