Who Is Jaryd Lazar From Twitch? – Teen Blurb

Jaryd Rusell Lazar is popularly known as summit1g online. He is an American retired competitive Counter striker and Twitch streamer. The star once worked for professional esports teams A51 and Mythic.

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He began streaming in 2012 and had a peak viewership of 90,000 and gained more than 3.5 million followers and 33,000 subscribers.

The star gained traction in 2017 for surpassing Tom “Syndicate” Casell in the number of followers on Twitch. He also surpassed Riot Games in 2018 to become the most followed channel on the platform.

Jaryd Lazar penned a Multi-year contract with Twitch regarding content and partnership support. The star has garnered nearly six million followers on Twitch and is ranked the 9fh most followed streamer on the platform.

His Net Worth

With a little under 6 million followers on Twitch, 45.5k on YouTube, and over 1 million followers on Twitter, the star is doing really well. The video game player has a net worth of $8 million.

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The star makes his money from his social media platforms such as Twitter, Instagram, and Twitch.

What Is The Star Up To In 2021

With the star closing off the year on a strong note, many have wondered why he’s not playing in the Rust server. Jaryd Lazar came out to answer, stating that he’s too invested in another game – Escape From Tarkov.

“I’m like a mediocre player. If I grabbed some guys that were good like Coconut and that and chilled with them, it would probably be a good time. But, I’m not in the mood right now. I’m pretty heavy into EFT [Escape from Tarkov]”.

The really good Rust players are like pro CS players. You don’t stand much chance unless you dedicate a serious amount of time. I can understand a bit of the frustration on the OTV server for some not wanting to do that and just want a bit of fun. I can see both sides.

— summit1g (@summit1g) January 9, 2021

Asides from his streaming plans, the star has not come out to outline what he has for his fans in 2021. Fans do hope however to see him create some time to also stream on the Rust server as well.

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