Jordan Schneider, better known online as Randumb, is a gaming YouTuber from the United States. He was born on November 16, 1995, making him 26 years old.
He is currently a part of Luminosity Gaming which has teams competing in Call of Duty, Overwatch, Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six: Siege, Super Smash Bros., Fortnite, and Apex Legends. It is a professional esports organisation based in North America and the group's headquarters are in Toronto.
|DOB (Age)||November 16, 1995 (age 26)|
|DOJ (YouTube)||November 9th, 2013|
|Net Worth||$1.2 million|
In November 2013, Jordan launched his first YouTube channel, Randumb, where he primarily posted Call of Duty videos. That very same month, he posted his first video, a Call of Duty: Ghosts montage. "Call Of Duty Ghosts - Montage 1 - First Video" is the first video on Jordan's channel. The video is a compilation of Jordan's kills in Call Of Duty: Ghosts.
Jordan's channel initially featured a lot of Call of Duty content, but in 2017 he started posting videos for Fortnite. In 2018, he made a complete switch to Fortnite and he now primarily uploads Fortnite content. After being called a "random" by an irate player, Jordan adopted the name as his YouTube username, spelling it differently.
On March 24, 2018, Randumb released a video explaining his decision to leave Red, stating that he "never really liked the colour red" and that it was one of the most private choices he had ever made. The official Obey Alliance YouTube channel published a video titled Meet "Obey Randumb" on May 15, 2018.
He relocated to Texas after joining Obey, while Formula Kiwiz and Nicks remained in Florida and purchased a new home. Randumb and the others had hoped that joining Obey would open up new opportunities and give them a chance to develop and become more well-known on YouTube, and that is exactly what happened after they joined. Gandhi, one of their Red roommates, sadly declined to go with them.
On May 17, 2019, Kiwiz Nicks and Formula appeared in a video by Randumb titled "I left Obey... (goodbye)". They departed because they were given the chance to join a larger organisation and have a better chance of expanding their channels to the level they are at now.
Randumb made a video titled "This is my new Fortnite team... (how to join)" six days later, on May 23, 2019. Since Formula and Randumb kept their affiliation with the organisation they had joined, Randumb made the decision to found a clan called "?".
Randumb finally disclosed his affiliation with the organisation Luminosity Gaming on June 16, 2019. He not only revealed that he had joined Luminosity, but he also moved back to Florida and shared a home with Nicks Formula and Kiwiz. He also brought a friend with him—his dog Hash. Razz, a new roommate, is also present. All of the Luminosity house videos are edited by Razz. Thus, their channels started to experience unbelievable growth.
According to Net Worth Spot, Jordan is worth $1.2 million as of July 2022. More than 7k people watch Randumb's channel every day, and it receives 212.1k views per month. For every a thousand views of a video on a monetized YouTube channel, they could make $3 to $7.
According to Net Worth Spot, Randumb makes $849 per month or $12.73k per year. Randumb might earn more than $22.92 thousand per year, optimistically.
Information about Jordan’s personal life is unknown.
Jordan is only active on Twitter, where he has 482k followers and gets several likes and retweets.
Jordan has an erratic upload schedule on his channel. His videos get several thousand views and are mostly focused on Fortnite. He posts Fortnite gameplays and reaction videos to Fortnite TikToks.
Jordan spectates a great Fortnite player.
Jordan spectates a hacker in Fortnite.
Jordan shows the statistics of every player he kills in Fortnite.
Jordan reacts to Fortnite TiktToks.
A. According to SocialBlade, $43 - $687 per month and $515 - $8.2K per year.
A. On June 16, 2019, Randumb formally acknowledged his connection to the company Luminosity Gaming.