Brandon Turney, also known online as Bay Area Buggs, was born on November 2, 1992, in the Bay Area of California. He was a member of Code Zero Gaming, along with TheNorthernAlex, Zach Houseknecht, Polecat324, and Bay Area Buggs. He was involved with Machinima.
He is currently posting videos involving the OCRP. DOJ server, which stands for "Department of Justice."Together with Jeff Favignano and a few other friends, he plays "Bus Simulator 18." He also enjoys playing The Crew, Wreckfest, and American Truck Simulator.
|Profile Name||Bay Area Buggs|
|DOB (Age)||November 2, 1992 [age 30]|
|DOJ (YouTube)||May 14th, 2011|
|Net Worth||$1.45 million|
When Brandon first started his channel, his only plan was to upload video games. He began with the well-known video game “Grand Theft Auto 4” and its unique mode called LCPDFR; he has since played a number of games but is primarily focused on uploading “Grand Theft Auto 5” gameplays at the moment.
“GTA IV Liberty City D.O.T Texture Mod” is the first video on Brandon’s channel. In the video, he plays Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories and shows off a texture modification pack he made for it.
Bay Area Buggs used to be a member of the online gaming community known as “Code Zero”. Polecat324, TheNorthernAlex, Y0TELEX, frooglesim, Jeff Favignano, SteveTheGamer55, BLacKHaLLoW, and Zach Houseknecht were the other members of this gaming group. The official end date of this gaming group is unknown, but we can assume it began sometime in 2015 and ended in September of 2017.
They would record themselves roleplaying in GTA 5 before the group broke up. They roleplayed in a cops and robbers fashion, which made for a more casual and light-hearted experience. Since that time, some of the members have continued to play together, while the majority of them have stopped producing content together. The remaining former members who continue to collaborate on recording projects are Bay Area Buggs, Jeff Favignano, and Zach Houseknecht.
According to Net Worth Spot, Brandon is worth $1.45 million as of August 2022. Every day, more than 200.94 thousand people watch the videos on the Bay Area Buggs YouTube channel. On average, YouTubers can make $3 to $7 for every thousand video views. According to Net Worth Spot, the Bay Area Buggs YouTube channel earns $24.11 thousand in monthly advertising revenue and $361.68 thousand annually. Ads could bring in up to $651.03 thousand per year for Bay Area Buggs if they make on the higher end.
There is little to no information about Bay Area Buggs’ personal life.
Brandon is active on several social media platforms and has a large following on all of them.
On Twitch, he has over 61k followers with more than 104k channel views. On Instagram, he has more than 149k followers, and on Twitter, he has more than 86k followers.
Brandon uploads videos daily on his channel. His videos get hundreds and thousands of views. He mostly posts let’s play videos of GTA Online, but he also sometimes plays Sniper Elite 5, Police Simulator, Police Shootout and more. Brandon has not enabled sharing videos on other websites. The reason for that is unknown.
GTA 5 Roleplay - DOJ 386 - Testing New Tech
Brandon and his friends test out new bikes in GTA Online.
GTA 5 Roleplay - DOJ 247 - Super Car Speeders (Criminal)
Brandon and his friends see whose supercar is the fastest in GTA Online.
GTA 5 Roleplay - DOJ 294 - Stealing More Police Cars (Criminal)
Brandon steals police cars in GTA Online.
GTA 5 Roleplay - DOJ 165 - Confusing The Police (Criminal)
Brandon and his friends try to confuse the police in GTA Online.
A. According to SocialBlade, he makes $2.6K - $41.5K per month and $31.1K - $497.9K per year.
A. There has been no official announcement as to the group splitting up, but the team stopped uploading videos around 2017.