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Summit1G Net Worth, Facts, and Stats

Real name
Jaryd Lazar
Nationality
American
Date of birth
27th April 1987 (35 years)

Net worth

$ 2 million - $5 million

Summit1G

Summit1G has been the most popular streamer on Twitch during its early years as a free online streaming platform for gamers all over the world. He remained the most followed channel in the Purple Platform until 2017 and continues to be one of the most popular and followed streamers up to date. Find out more about Summit1G: net worth, professional gaming, and streaming career, dating relationship, streaming setup, and more in this article.

Who is Summit1G?

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Early Life

Jaryd Lazar, known as Summit1G, was born at Orange County, California US on April 27, 1987. He’s been a well-known Twitch streamer who’s been around the Purple Platform for quite some time already. He has a younger brother who also streams on Twitch.

As a child, he was already fascinated with Counter Strike and wanted to play professionally.

Professional Career: Gamer

Summit1G started off playing Counter-Strike Global Offensive as a pro player. This was where he gained popularity and joined Exertus eSports as his first organizational team.

His most controversial issue as a professional Counter-Strike Global Offensive player was when he accidentally killed himself with a Molotov cocktail during the final match at the Dallas DreamHack Open in 2016. Because of his epic failure in the game, his team lost the chance to win the $250,000 prize money.

Over time, he played for recreational teams like A51 and Team Mythic after retiring from being a professional player. He also plays for Old Guys Club along with retired CS:GO pro player, Michael ‘Shroud’ Grzesiek.

Becoming a Twitch Streamer

Summit1G created his Twitch account in 2011 but only started streaming in 2013. Being one of the first streamers on the platform, he became one of the most followed streamers on Twitch. There was even a time that he was the most followed streamer until overtaken by number 1 Fortnite Battle Royale player-streamer, Tyler ‘Ninja’ Blevins, in 2017.

Summit1G’s consistent flow of subscribers and viewers earned him a multi-year exclusive contract with Twitch in 2020. He has been a big inspiration for popular streamers like ‘DrDisrespect’ and ‘TimTheTatman’ and big household names like ‘Shroud’ and ‘xQc’.

Games that Summit1G Plays

Summit1G started off as a competitive Counter-Strike Global Offensive player. However, over the years of streaming online, he came to play and stream other games, including:

  • Counter-Strike Global Offensive
  • Escape from Tarkov
  • Sea of Thieves
  • PUBG
  • Grand Theft Auto V
  • Apex Legends
  • Fortnite Battle Royale

Summit1G Net Worth – How They Made Money

Summit1G earns his money through streaming, gaming, tournaments, ads viewed per live stream, donations, Twitch subs, and other income sources such as monetized social media accounts, sponsorship deals, and exclusive contracts.

How Much Does Summit1G Earn From Twitch?

Jaryd Lazar earns via Twitch subscribers (active and paid), as well as ads viewed on his live streams. He also earns through donations in his streamlabs tip jar. With more than 35,000 subscribers, Summit1G makes $122,500 monthly income on subscriptions plus $9,600 ads revenue and approximately $12,000 (minimum) monthly donations.

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Summit1G Twitch Tracker Stats

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How Much Does Summit1G Earn From YouTube?

YouTubers earn mainly from paid advertisements inserted before and in between YouTube videos. Summit1G has about 706K subscribers and 121,747,909 views. His YouTube ad revenue can be estimated at around $2,200 monthly.

Summit1G YouTube Channel

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With his Twitch and YouTube earnings combined, Summit1G should be generating around $150,000 monthly or approximately $1.8 million annually.

Who Sponsors Summit1G?

Being one of the pioneering streamers on Twitch, Summit1G has had a lot of sponsors over the years. Some of his major sponsorships include:

  • G-Fuel
  • Audio Technica
  • Monster Energy
  • CyberPower PC

FAQs About Summit1G

What is Summit1G’s net worth in 2022?

With his consistent streaming career, and given that he has multiple sponsorship deals with non-disclosed amounts, Summit1G’s estimated net worth should be around the $4 million mark by the end of 2022.

Who is Summit1G’s girlfriend?

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Summit1G was married to Desirae in 2013 but got divorced three years later. They still remain friends and continue to have a working-relationship as she is his current manager.

After his long-term relationship with his ex-wife, Summit1G is currently dating Caroline known as ‘LilChiipmunk’ who is also a Twitch streamer.

What is Summit1G’s streaming setup?

Summit1G uses high-end tech for his streaming setup. Sources say his custom-built PC setup is worth around $10,000 with a special feature of what is said to be a hinged door. Other peripherals Summit1G uses (mostly from sponsors) are the following:

  • Corsair K70 RGB Mk.2 Keyboard
  • FinalMouse Air 58 Ultra-light Gaming Mouse
  • Audio-Technica ATH-AD700X Headset
  • Audio-Technica Microphone
  • ASUS ROG Swift PG258Q Monitor
  • Logitech C922 Webcam; and
  • Custom Secret Labs Gaming Chair

Conclusion

Summit1G was one of the first streamers to join Twitch and streamed full-time. Even before some games gained popularity, Summit1G was already streaming them previously. Pioneering in Twitch, Jaryd became an inspiration to other streamers who are now richer if not more famous than him. But even after more than eight years of streaming experience, Summit1G still remains to be as popular and inspirational today. His long-running career on Twitch only proves that being a full-time streamer can also be a sustainable source of income and wealth.

About the Author

Chris

Chris is a digital marketer with a strong background in small business and influencer branding. He applies his knowledge of content and promotional strategies to design actionable advice for new and intermediate streamers. When he’s not busy crunching analytics, he can be found in the salt pits of League of Legends.

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