Valkyrae is currently one of the most popular online content creators. Given her popularity, many people want to know some details about there life. Keep reading for more info about Valkyrae.
Valkyrae Personal Life
|Real Name||Rachel Hofstetter|
|Ethnicity||Mixed (German, Swiss, Spaniard and Filipino)|
|Number of Children||0|
|Birthplace||Washington, United States|
|Residence||Los Angeles, United States|
|Net Worth||$4 million|
Valkyrae Streaming Career
|Streaming Platform||YouTube Gaming|
|Twitch Followers||1.1 million (no longer active though)|
|YouTube Subscribers||3.88 million|
|Games Played||Among Us, Valorant, Minecraft, and various others|
How Does Valkyrae Make Money?
Valkyrae makes money primarily through streaming on Youtube, creating content for Youtube, brand deals, running 100 Thieves and lastly sponsorships.
How Much Does Valkyrae Make Per Stream?
Although Valkyrae has never publicly stated how much she makes per stream, it’s estimated that she makes around $5,000 per stream.
How Much Does Valkyrae Make Per Year?
Although Valkyrae has never publicly stated how much she makes per year, it’s estimated that she makes around $2,000,000 per year.
How Much Does Valkyrae Make Per Month?
Although Valkyrae has never publicly stated how much she makes per month, it’s estimated that she makes around $165,000 per month.
What Kind of Videos Does Valkyrae Make?
Valkyrae makes videos on Youtube that are mainly focused on IRL content and gaming with friends.
Beyond Valkyrae’s personal life, she also has a pretty cool streaming/gaming setup. If you want to know more about Valkrae’s setup and what she uses, check out Valkyrae’s setup here.
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