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Bugha

 American YouTuber

Name Bugha
Age 17 (December 30, 2002)
Profession American YouTuber
Nationality American
Highlight WON THE FORTNITE WORLD CUP – $3,000,000
Team None
Current Favourite Game Fornite
Last Updated August 2020

Kyle Giersdorf  better known online as Bugha, is an American YouTube gamer who is known for playing Fortnite: Battle Royale competitively

In January, he was starting to find exposure making these. On March 25, 2019, Kyle joined Sentinels. On April 14, 2019, Kyle qualified for the World Cup solos, achieving first place during the finals of week

He also had gained around 200% of exposure on his social medias, went from 44,000 YouTube subscribers to 159,000 subscribers that day.

Highlights

Kyle was 1st place with 59 points, almost doubling second-place winner psalm with 33 points. Kyle won $3,000,000.

Bugha Most Popular Video on YouTube

Bugha’s most popular video on YouTube is titledI WON THE FORTNITE WORLD CUP – $3,000,000.This video was uploaded in july 2019.   This video got over 17m views so far and 673k likes.

Bugha First Video on YouTube

Bugha’s most popular video on YouTube is titled Fortnite Build Battles / Episode 1. Bugha got 93k views and 4k likes on this video.

Bugha Bio

Kyle Giersdorf is better known online as Bugha, is an American YouTube gamer who is known for playing Fortnite: Battle Royale competitively. He is mainly known for competing in Fortnite’s World Cup Tournament. He is a member of Sentinels. he is 17 years old and was born December 30, 2002 .

Bugha Awards and Achievements

BUGHA CROWNED ESPORTS PLAYER OF THE YEAR AT THE GAME AWARDS

Kyle “Bugha” Giersdorf, who plays Fortnite, wrote his name in the history as he was crowned as the best eSports player of the year 2019 at The Game Awards.

6 year old is known for his impressive plays and handling pressure situations in competitive Fortnite history. He has won many awards till date and will add best eSports player of the year 2019 to his Hall Of Fame. Stephen Curry, who is a basketball player for the team Golden State Warriors of NBA announced Bugha as a the Victor. Bugha made his way to the Stage to receive the title as the crowd cheered. After taking the award Bugha spoke a few words saying, “Thank you guys so much. This is like the best way to end off my year, honestly. Thank you all to my fans, my family, my friends, my team Sentinels and most of all Epic Games for making any of this possible. I’m so glad to be a part of this community and I can’t wait to see what the future holds.” After the speech, Bugha and Curry left the stage walking alongside each other.

Bugha History

It is unknown what Kyle has done before making Fortnite content, but his oldest videos are montages of his professional Fortnite gameplay. In January, he was starting to find exposure making these. On March 25, 2019, Kyle joined Sentinels.[3] On April 14, 2019, Kyle qualified for the World Cup solos, achieving first place during the finals of week 1

Bugha Winning the Fortnite World Cup

Because Kyle qualified, he attended the 1st Annual Fortnite World Cup that took place from July 26-28, 2019, and competed for Solos that took place on the 28th. Kyle had the chance to play 6 matches against 99 other players who had also qualified. In the end, Kyle was 1st place with 59 points, almost doubling second-place winner psalm with 33 points. Kyle won $3,000,000. He also had gained around 200% of exposure on his social medias, went from 44,000 YouTube subscribers to 159,000 subscribers that day. He also gained Twitter followers that day, from 31,000 followers to 156,000, and was also verified. On Twitch, he went from 76,000 followers to 120,000 that day. 2 days later, he was invited to be interviewed by Jimmy Fallon

Bugha Hacked

Kyle’s Twitter and Twitch were hacked hours after winning the World Cup. On Twitch, a user known as Percocet livestreamed on Kyle’s Twitch channel, using a voice changer, and self promoted his Twitter account to get a follow off the Bugha Twitter.[10] He also hacked 100 gifted subscriptions to random streamers, which is approximately $600 per each.[11] His Twitter was also hacked, tweeting vulgar tweets and retweeted a tweet from Joseph (Percocet).[12] The Sentinels Management, an eSports clan Kyle is a part of, was on their way to restore his accounts.

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