American Twitch streamer and professional Fortnite Battle Royale player
|Age||21 (May 24, 1999)|
|Profession||American Twitch streamer and professional Fortnite Battle Royale player|
|Highlight||WON THE FORTNITE WORLD CUP – $3,000,000|
|Current Favourite Game||Fornite|
|Last Updated||August 2020|
TSM Myth, is an American Twitch streamer and professional Fortnite Battle Royale player. As of July 2018, he is among the most popular streamers on Twitch with over 4 million followers and over 50 million views.
His streams become much more popular when he started streaming Fortnite Battle Royale in the later half of 2017.
Kabbani plays for Team SoloMid in a team that consists of himself, Daequan, Darryle “Hamlinz” Hamlin and Juan “CaMiLLs” Camilla (sub). Kabbani joined Team SoloMid in 2018 and serves as the captain of his team.
Kyle was 1st place with 59 points, almost doubling second-place winner psalm with 33 points. Kyle won $3,000,000.
Myth Most Popular Video on YouTube
Myth’s most popular video on YouTube is titled Myth vs Tfue – Pro Playgrounds (1v1 BUILD BATTLES!). This video was uploaded in july 2018. This video got over 9m views so far and 213k likes.
Myth First Video on YouTube
Myth’s most popular video on YouTube is titled THE MIST – Miscreated Highlight. Myth got 76k views and 1.6k likes on this video.
TSM Myth AKA Myth is a popular American Twitch streamer whose real name is Ali Kabbani. He has an estimated net worth of $3.5 million. He is a professional Fortnite Battle Royale player but also streams other games like IRL, Battlefield, Call Of Duty and League Of Legends.
Ali Kabbani is better known online as Myth (formerly Themyth), is an American YouTuber and Twitch streamer with slight Middle-Eastern ancestry, who was born in Michigan and currently resides in Los Angeles, California. He is 21 years old and was born on May 24, 1999.
Myth Awards and Achievements
Overall Ranking: At this time, Myth is ranked #2439 in highest overall earnings, and #502 in highest earnings for players from United States United States.
Largest Prize from a Single Tournament: Out of the 14 tournaments awarding cash prizes that Myth had competed in, the largest amount was $31,750.00 from Fortnite Fall Skirmish Series – Week 6 – Stream-Vitational on October 28, 2018. His 6th place finish makes up 58.25% of his total prize money won.
Recent Earnings: In the last 90 days, Myth has won $1,450.00 in cash prizes from a single tournament, none of which came in the last month.
Ali found success from playing Fortnite, and was known to be one of the best builders in the community. He is designated as the captain of the Fortnite team for Team SoloMid (TSM). Myth currently has 4 million subscribers with 210 million video views on his ‘Myth’ YouTube channel and has 4 million followers and 35 million views
Ali started playing games at 4 years old. His rise to fame ultimately consisted of his entry on the popular broadcasting platform, Twitch, on May 14, 2016. He frequently broadcasted a game known as ‘Paragon’, that is coincidentally also a game developed by Epic Games, along with playing ‘Miscreated’. Ever since the release of Fortnite, Ali decided to stream it, and eventually received exponential growth and became one of the most followed streamers on Twitch. Ali was a small Twitch Streamer before the release of Fortnite, only having 800 YouTube subscribers before Fortnite. Myth also shares residence with his TSM teammates Hamlinz and Daequan, who are also likewise professional TSM Fortnite players.
Ninja Vegas Tournament 2018
Ali enrolled for the Ninja Vegas Tournament in 2018, which took place on April 22, 2018. Ali was assigned to Heat 3 and 3 games in the heat. He was on the side stage alongside 3 other players, additionally being Ninja, submissive towards the heat.
Myth’s Ninja Vegas Tournament Results
|3||1||Nobody (Fell to his death)||14th||2|
Myth Subscriber Milestones:
- 1,000,000 subscribers: March 11, 2018
- 2,000,000 subscribers: April 22, 2018
- 3,000,000 subscribers: July 2, 2018
- 4,000,000 subscribers: October 21, 2018
Myth Video View Milestones:
- 100 million views: May 5, 2018
- 200 million views: October 5, 2018
- 300 million views: February 1, 2020