Shroud is one of the top streamers in the world, and one of the best FPS players of all-time. Given his popularity, I decided to research and share details about his life and career.
Shroud Personal Life
|Real Name||Micheal Grzesiek|
|Relationship Status||In a relationship|
|Number of Children||0|
|Residence||Orange County, California|
Shroud Streaming Career
|Twitch Followers||10.4 Miliion|
|YouTube Subscribers||6.81 Million|
|Games Played||COD, Valorant, Apex Legends, Overwatch|
How Does Shroud Make Money?
The main way Shroud makes money is through Twitch subs, Twitch bits, donations during his streams, Twitch ads, selling merch, Youtube ads, and sponsorships.
How Much Does Shroud Make Per Stream?
Although Shroud has never publicly stated how much he makes per stream, it’s estimated that he makes around $30,000 per stream.
How Much Does Shroud Make Per Year?
Although Shroud has never publicly stated how much he makes per year, it’s estimated that he makes around $5,000,000 per year between Youtube, streaming, sponsorships, and merchandise sales.
How Much Does Shroud Make Per Month?
Although Shroud has never publicly stated how much he makes per month, it’s estimated that he makes around $400,000 per month between streaming, Youtube, sponsorships, and merchandise sales.
What Kind of Videos Does Shroud Make?
Shroud primarily creates videos on FPS games such as Valorant, CSGO, and Overwatch.
Beyond Shroud’s personal life, he also has a pretty cool streaming/gaming setup. If you want to know more about Shroud’s setup and what he uses, check out the article I linked.
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Eric streams 3 days a week on Twitch and uploads weekly to Youtube under the moniker, StreamersPlaybook. He loves gaming, PCs, and anything else related to tech. He’s the founder of the website StreamersPlaybook and loves helping people answer their streaming, gaming, and PC questions.