Lucas Hauchard (born 27 January 1996), known professionally as Squeezie, is a French YouTuber. With over 17 million subscribers and 9 billion views, he is the most well-known francophone gamer.
In addition to working with Cyprien Iov on Bigorneaux & Coquillages, a channel with more than 6 million subscribers as of May 2021, he specialises in Let's Play commentary and vlogs. He started the Squeezie Gaming gaming channel in September 2018 and posted edited videos of his Twitch streams there.
|DOB (Age)||January 27 1996 (age 26)|
|DOJ (YouTube)||January 9th, 2011|
|Net Worth||$21.36 million|
In May 2008, Lucas Hauchard made his YouTube debut with Dofus Bouclier, a channel dedicated to the video game Dofus. This channel has two videos and hasn't been active since June 2008. He established TheVideobc in November 2010, which has three videos and a video game theme but hasn't been active since November 18, 2010.
In 2011, when he was 15 years old, he started his current YouTube channel under the alias Squeezie. With a strong emphasis on video game testing, his YouTube channel attained some notoriety, and at the age of 17, he became the youngest French person to amass over a million subscribers.
"Video commentée: Crysis 2" is the oldest video on Hauchard's channel. He plays Crysis 2 and gives commentary over it.
When he had 500,000 subscribers in April 2013, he teamed up with Cyprien, another French YouTuber, to launch the channel CyprienGaming (currently Bigorneaux & Coquillage).
He was frequently accused of copying PewDiePie in 2014, a charge he denied in a video. Lucas Hauchard surpassed The Sound you Need, Cyprien, Rémi Gaillard, and Norman to become the most popular French YouTuber in March 2014, according to SocialBlade. The same website revealed at the end of 2014 that Squeezie had more video views (70.7 million) than Rémi Gaillard, Norman, and Cauet combined.
He can be seen in the YouTube Rewind 2015 video, which YouTube made in collaboration with online personalities and YouTubers who helped to mark the year.
Hauchard produced a large amount of music over the years. On September 25, 2020, he began selling Oxyz, his debut album. In 2017, he collaborated with Maxence to release his debut song in the YouTube video "Placements de Produits."
Freestyle de l'autodérision, top 1, Freestyle de potes feat. Maxenss and Seb, pas tout seul, and 90 VS 2000 feat. Mcfly and Carlito are just a few of the songs Squeezie released in 2018.
He released two songs in 2019: Bye bye featuring Joyca and Le gaming c'est fini.
According to Net Worth Spot, Hauchard is worth $21.36 million as of July 2022. 89.02 million people watch SQUEEZIE's channel each month, and 2.97 million people do so every day. For every a thousand views of a video on a monetized YouTube channel, they could make $3 to $7.
According to Net Worth Spot, Hauchard makes $356k per month or $5.34 million annually. Hauchard could theoretically make up to $9.61 million annually.
Lucas Hauchard was born to Thierry, a computer scientist, and his mother, a child psychologist, in Vitry-sur-Seine, in the Val-de-Marne region of the Île-de-France. He has two half-sisters, an older brother named Florent, who is five and a half years his senior and grew up in Haut-de-Seine with his entire family.
From June 2012 to June 2015, Hauchard was dating Gwendoline Asquin, also known as Sweetie. Up until December 2017, he was dating Marie Palot, a TV host for the J-ONE manga channel.
Hauchard has millions of followers on the social platforms he’s active on. He has a Twitch channel with over 3.6 million followers and streams a variety of games, including UNO, Valorant, Among Us and Mario Party Superstars. On Instagram, he has over 7.9 million followers. He posts solo photos, pictures with his friends and family and pictures of various places he visits. He has 8.7 million followers on Twitter and gets several likes and retweets.
Hauchard uploads videos weekly to his channel. He gets millions of views very soon after uploading each video. Most of his content is focused on vlogs, challenge videos and pranks.
Hauchard gets in an Overwatch rap battle.
Hauchard sings Kezah.
Hauchard sings Trei Degete.
Hauchard does a freestyle rap.
A. Lucas Hauchard has produced 15 songs, with “Adieu les filles” being the latest one.
A. Hauchard has 3.6 million followers on Twitch with over 66 million views. SocialBlade ranks him 55th in followers rank.