Kiwiz (formerly known as Red Kiwiz) is an American Gaming YouTuber who started his YouTube career posting Call of Duty Trickshotting content. Years later, Kiwiz changed to the well-known battle royale game "Fortnite", which helped him increase his YouTube audience. Kiwiz has contracts with a number of reputable gaming companies, including Luminosity Gaming, Red Reserve, and Obey Alliance.
When his contract with Luminosity Gaming expired, Kiwiz made the decision to leave the company and found his own gaming company, "One Percent", with his fellow Luminosity Gaming roommates and friends.
|DOB (Age)||January 3, 1997 (25 years)|
|DOJ (YouTube)||January 1st, 2013|
|Schedule/Status||2-3 videos per week|
|Net Worth||$1.7 Million|
In 2013, Kiwiz launched his YouTube channel and posted straightforward Call of Duty Trickshot videos that he had made with online friends. Early in 2013, Kiwiz joined eRa Eternity, a gaming team established to hit Call of Duty Trickshots, as a result of the modest online success of his Trickshotting videos. “eRa Kiwi: Joined eRa + Sick Hydro Suicide!” is the oldest available video on Kiwiz’ channel. In the video, he announces that he has joined eRa and shows a clip of himself getting a kill in Call Of Duty: Black Ops 2.
When Tenser (later known as FaZe Tenser) joined Trickshotting, Kiwiz played with him. Tenser assisted Kiwiz in joining SoaR Gaming in the latter part of 2013.
While using the alias “SoaR Kiwiz,” Kiwiz continued to post Call of Duty Trickshot videos to his YouTube channel. Then, Kiwiz made the decision to experiment with a more persona-based style of content, with the intention of adding entertaining commentary to his Call of Duty gameplay.
Kiwiz remained a SoaR Gaming employee until the beginning of 2015 when he chose to join Red Reserve (a new gaming organization created by FaZe Clan owner FaZe Banks). Kiwiz continued to produce his usual content, but this time under the Red Reserve banner, which allowed him to expand his audience and attract new viewers.
In 2016, allegations that Kiwiz had sent inappropriate messages to a minor were made against him. In a now-deleted interview on DramaAlert, Kiwiz responds to the accusations and expresses regret for his transgressions. Through this controversy, Kiwiz received support and was able to return to YouTube to continue producing content for his fan base.
A few months later, Red Reserve opened the “Red Reserve House”, a place where all of the gaming company’s top YouTube content producers can live together and work on projects together. Kiwiz remained in this happy home until the summer of 2018 when he left Red Reserve following a dispute with Red Reserve management. After signing with Obey Alliance, Kiwiz and a few of his former Red Reserve House roommates moved into Obey’s Gaming House in Florida.
After relocating to the Obey Alliance’s gaming house and joining the alliance, Kiwiz made the decision to alter his content. As Fortnite Battle Royale’s popularity on YouTube grew quickly, Kiwiz decided to produce gameplay videos for the new title. After joining Obey Alliance, Kiwiz produced this novel type of content on his YouTube channel, which helped him gain close to 2 million new subscribers in a single year. This was Kiwiz’s most prosperous year, and his sustained growth prompted him to leave Obey Alliance and join Luminosity Gaming (a reputable gaming organization) in 2019.
Kiwiz moved into the Luminosity Gaming home, which quickly gained popularity for its content among the online Fortnite community.
According to Net Worth Spot, Kiwiz is worth $1.7 million as of July 2022. More than 44.46 thousand people watch Kiwiz's channel each day, and it receives 1.33 million views per month. On average, YouTubers can make $3 to $7 for every thousand video views. According to Net Worth Spot, the Kiwiz YouTube channel will bring in $5.34 thousand in monthly advertising revenue and $80.03 thousand annually. Advertising revenue could bring in as much as $144.06 thousand annually if Kiwiz makes a top dollar.
There is no information available regarding Kiwiz’s personal life.
Kiwiz has a significant fan following on other social media platforms.
He has over 209k followers on Twitch, where he streams Fortnite. However, he hasn’t streamed in over 2 years. On Instagram, he has over 160k followers with 13,358 average likes. His Instagram feed consists of selfies and pictures with his dog. On Twitter, he has over 145k followers and gets several likes and retweets.
Kiwiz uploads 2-3 videos per week. He gets tens of thousands of views a week. He mostly plays Fortnite but sometimes plays other games, including Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 and Mario Kart.
Kiwiz hosts a 1v1 tournament with FaZe Sway for $200 in Fortnite.
Kiwiz reacts to an older video of his own.
Kiwiz hosts a final for his cup for $2,000 in Fortnite.
Kiwiz spectates a player in Fortnite.
A. As an only child, Kiwiz was born and raised in Michigan.
A. In a now-deleted DramaAlert video from 2016, Kiwiz makes an appearance for an interview to address claims that he exchanged inappropriate messages with a minor.