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Real name
Alexandre Borba Chiqueta
Date of birth
2nd December 1983 (38 years)

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Alexandre Borba Chiqueta, popularly known as “Gaules” online, is a Brazilian Twitch streamer and YouTuber who used to be a professional Counter-Strike player and coach. In 2020, he became the second most-watched streamer on Twitch.

Let us learn more about Guales and his net worth.

Who Is Gaules?

Gaules whose real name is Alexandre Borba Chiqueta was born in São Paulo on December 2, 1983. He is a former CS:GO professional player and a coach who started streaming in December 2017. He began streaming after he became bankrupt and even attempted suicide. He is pretty open about his difficulties and episodes of depression, so he tries to assist others with the same issue. He also loves to show his appreciation for any support he receives by giving free skins to viewers and donating a large portion of the money he receives to charity.

This Brazilian powerhouse primarily streams CS:GO, but he occasionally streams GTA V RPG. His Counter-Strike channel is now one of the most popular in the world. On occasion, he also streams important competitions like Dreamhack, CS:GO Majors, and the Blat Pro Series.

Gaules Esports Career

Gaules began coming to a local “lan-house” every day when he was 14 years old, wanting to join the top counter-strike team from there since they played for free and he didn’t have any money to play. After a lengthy period, he was able to join this squad; however, the team eventually disintegrated, and he founded his own organization, “G3neration X,” in 2001.

His squad won several large competitions in Brazil and some in Europe and the United States, but in 2007, they merged with the most excellent counter-strike team in Brazil (MiBR), and Gaules was forced to retire, becoming the team’s manager and coach. One year later, while studying for a Marketing degree, he interned at Samsung before leaving the competitive scene to launch his own production firm, “Seleço Brasileira de Games” (Brazilian Team of Games). As a result of his accomplishment, he founded the “Brazil Gaming League,” “Agência x5”, and “Mega Arena x5”.

However, as his businesses began to fail in 2017, he opted to leave and sell them. Gaules was bankrupt, without a place to live, diagnosed with major depression, and even tried suicide due to disastrous investments.

Gaules Twitch Career

When Gaules was going through one of the most challenging times of his life, he attempted suicide due to his depressed condition. On the other hand, Alexandre has gained the courage to go on. Twitch was there to assist him.

His first stream was in January 2018. Alexandre was broke at the time, renting a small apartment with just a closet, a PC table, and a mattress (he didn’t even have a bed). Gaules had plenty of stories to tell his audience.

He used to stream for 5-10 people. He watched CS:GO matches and talked about his profession and his friends. Next, he commented on his first major, ELEAGUE Major 2018, in January.

Until September 2018, his channel held the record for the most minutes viewed each month. Gaules went from collecting money for antidepressants by streaming to being the most popular streamer in the CS:GO category in only nine months.

Currently, Gaules is a professional Twitch streamer with a verified account. On Twitch, he has over 3.3 million followers.

Games That Gaules Plays

Regarding gaming, Gaules offers the finest selection of all the top Twitch channels. All of his games are pretty popular with all types of viewers. Without a doubt, he was placed second on the list of most-viewed Twitch channels.

Gaules enjoys the following games:

  • Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
  • Among Us
  • Grand Theft Auto V
  • Motorsport Manager
  • Player Unknown’s Battlegrounds
  • FIFA 21
  • Suspects: Mystery Mansion
  • Just Chatting
  • Call of Duty: Warzone

Gaules Net Worth – How They Made Money

Gaules allegedly collected $2,844,985.18 from Twitch payouts alone from August 2019 to October 2021, according to records leaked by Twitch on June 10, 2021. This figure excludes other outlets such as YouTube, sponsorships, and merchandising earnings. Some streams have verified that the statistics are correct, although it is still hypothetical at this time.

Gaules’ estimated net worth is more than $4,100,000. He presently earns an estimated $338,702.38 a month from numerous income sources.


Subs: Twitch Subscriptions are divided between streamer and Twitch. New streamers are assigned to Tier 1 and receive a 50/50 split, making their subscriptions $2.50. If a streamer receives 1000+ views each month, they may renegotiate their share to a 60/40 split (Tier 2) or a 70/30 split (Tier 3) if they are famous.

Bits: A streamer earns $0.01 for every bit received.

Advertisements: Depending on their contracts, streamers who run Twitch ads earn between $10 and $20 CPM. This implies that they get $10-20 every 1000 viewers on the stream when the ad appears.


Ads: YouTube channels are compensated per 1000 views (CPM). Typically, producers in the gaming niche will earn $2-7 CPM, which means they will be paid $2-7 per 1000 views on their channel. However, due to ad blockers and other circumstances, not all views are monetized. Most channels are reimbursed for approximately 80% of their audience.

Merch Sales

Gaules appears to have no merch; thus, he earns $0 each month from merch.

How Much Does Gaules Earn From Twitch?

Gaules earns an estimated $334,924.7 per month through Twitch. This is divided down as follows:

Gaules Net Worth

Subscriptions: According to Twitchtracker, Gaules has 50,241 active subscribers as of February 2022. Because he is likely to have a 70/30 split with Twitch, this implies he is making around $3.50 x 50,241 = $175,843.50 per month from Twitch subs.

Ads: Last month, Gaules streamed for nearly 714 hours, with an average audience of 21,577 people (half of this time is rerun). If he runs an ad twice an hour at a CPM of $10, he will earn 1428 x 10 x 21.58 = $308,162.4 per month from advertisements. However, given half of his time is spent on repeats, he is expected to earn roughly half of it, or $154,081.2.

Donations and Bits: Donations and bits are more difficult to compute since we don’t have any actual figures to work with. He is likely to earn an additional $3,000 – $5,000 or more in contributions each month based on his audience.

How Much Does Gaules Earn From YouTube?

Gaules generally earns money on YouTube from Ad revenue. According to Socialblade, he had 515,221 views last month. We can estimate his YouTube revenue if we split this down.

Gaules Net Worth

515,221 views per 1000 = 515.22

Monthly earnings from YouTube AdSense are $515.22 x $2 CPM = $1,030.44.

Gaules also has a second channel dedicated to his vods. According to Socialblade, he had 123,617 views last month. We can estimate his YouTube income if we split this down.

Gaules Net Worth

123,617 views/1000 = 123.62

123.62 x $2 CPM = $247.24 Per Month from YouTube AdSense.

Gaules earns around $1,277.68 per month on YouTube.

How Much Money Does Gaules Make From Brand Endorsements?

According to Gaules’ Twitch panels, he has several brand partnerships, including GamersClub.GG, VamosGG, CS.Money , and Tamo Junto Nesse Game. However, since very little information is disclosed, we can only guess that he earns about $2,500 each month through brand partnerships.

Who Sponsors Gaules?

VamosGG is an eSports-focused sportsbook and casino site built on the Chameleon platform to serve Brazil’s fastest expanding eSports betting market.

NIVEA – Gaules signed a partnership and sponsorship agreement with NIVEA’s cosmetics company last year. According to the deal’s conditions, he will mainly promote the “NIVEA MEN DEEP” campaign, featuring items aimed at men.

NBA Brazil and Budweiser – NBA Brazil teamed with Budweiser in February. The collaboration has since been used to find new areas of development, namely watchers of gaming content and top streamers. Gaules caught the league’s attention owing to his popularity and frequent NBA 2K21 streaming.

Tamo Junto Nesse Game – This is the major initiative Banco do Brazil has developed to invest in the gaming community; it is in charge of tournaments and streaming battles.

CS.Money – An online marketplace that lets Steam-registered users look, trade, sell, and buy Steam-supported virtual items in compliance with the Terms and Conditions.


Gaules didn’t have an easy life when he started streaming – he had just gone bankrupt and was so depressed that he attempted suicide. However, he was able to turn his life around via his perseverance, and he is now one of the highest-earning Twitch streamers. His giving-back attitude contributes to his success and popularity. Although he primarily streams for a Brazilian audience, there’s little doubt he’s won the hearts of many.

About the Author


Luci is a novelist, freelance writer, and active blogger. A journalist at heart, she loves nothing more than interviewing the outliers of the gaming community who are blazing a trail with entertaining original content. When she’s not penning an article, coffee in hand, she can be found gearing her shieldmaiden or playing with her son at the beach.

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