Squeezie Net Worth 2024: How Does Squeezie Make His Money and What Is His Current Net Worth?

Published: Sep 25, 2022 - Last Updated: Jan 9, 2024

Squeezie, whose real name is Lucas Hauchard, is a French vlogger who enjoys an audience of millions on YouTube and Twitch. Vlogs are his speciality, along with play-along videos. As well as posting on YouTube, he also enjoys a huge following on Twitch.

With over nine billion views to his name, he can lay a justifiable claim to being the world’s most popular French gamer. Squeezie has also collaborated with Cyprien Iov on ‘Bigorneaux & Coquillages’, a channel with a massive following of over six million.

His net worth is now over $12 million and looks set to increase further in the coming years if he can maintain his current momentum. Read on to find out about Squeezie, one of the world’s highest-paid gamers.

Net Worth$12.06 million
Real NameLucas Hauchard
Date of BirthJanuary 27 1996
ProfessionVlogger
NationalityFrench
Twitch Followers3.7 million
YouTube Subscribers17 million

Squeezie Net Worth

Who is Squeezie & net worth?

Squeezie made his YouTube debut back in 2008 when he launched a channel that centred on the game ‘Dofus’. Known as Dofus Bouclier, this channel has been inactive for over 14 years now. His next foray onto YouTube came in 2010 when he created a channel called Thevideobc, which is now also inactive. His current channel, called, handily enough, Squeezie, first came to life in 2011, when Squeezie himself was just 15 years old.

April 2013 was when Squeezie teamed up with a fellow French YouTuber, named Cyprien. Together, they created a channel called CyprienGaming, which is now known as currently Bigorneaux & Coquillage. SQueezie started to complement his activities on YouTube by launching himself on Twitch in 2018. He has also created a fair amount of music over the years.

How does Squeezie earn money?

The vast majority of Squeezie’s income is generated from YouTube and Twitch. He has a massive following on both channels, and the advertising revenue is massive. It is estimated that he earns over $3 million a year, and his net worth may well be closer to $16 million than the more recognised figure of $12 million.

In addition to the revenue gleaned from his YouTube and Twitch channels, Squeezie also has a collection of official merchandise for sale. You can purchase branded Squeezie garments, such as hoodies and T-shirts. You can even buy products such as Squeezie mugs and stickers if you really a huge fan of the Frenchman. Many of the mugs and other products feature Squeezie’s face, and you can buy prints of portraits of him too if your love for his work extends that far!

In addition to those products, the range of available merchandise also extends to accessories such as phone cases. Merchandise such as this generates an important part of Squeezie’s income and complements the money he earns from his YouTube and Twitch channels. Squeezie has also produced music over the years, such as his two songs, ‘Le gaming c’est fini’ and ‘Bye bye’ which featured Joyca.


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FAQs

What is Squeezie’s net worth?

Most sources claim Squeezie’s net worth to be somewhere between $12 million and $25 million.

When did Squeezie start YouTube?

Squeezie began his career testing video games on YouTube in 2011 when he was 15 years old.

What is Squeezie’s real name?

Lucas Hauchard was born on January 27, 1996 in France. He’s known famously on the internet as Squeezie.
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