Wolfiez Earnings: How Much is Wolfiez Worth?

Published: Jul 1, 2024 - Last Updated: Jul 4, 2024

How much is Wolfiez earning and how much is he worth? Winning over a million dollars before you turn 16 isn’t something many esports pros can say. But what has the World Cup Runner up been up to since then?

Wolfiez in a RedBull Cap
Source | RedBull

Wolfiez Stats

Net Worth$1,367,100 (Approx)
Real NameJaden Ashman
Date of BirthDecember 11th 2003
ProfessionFitness Influencer
(Retired Fortnite Player)
NationalityBritish
Twitch Followers788K
YouTube Subscribers373K

Who is Wolfiez?

Jaden “Wolfiez” Ashman is no stranger to putting up huge numbers in Fortnite. He was runner-up in the 2019 Fortnite World Cup with his duo Rojo, and only behind Nyhrox and Aqua.

He’s been competing since 2019, and similar to other 2019 World Cup finalist Aqua, has chosen to retire from Fortnite before the age of 20.

Wolfiez’ rise to fame

Wolfiez got his Fortnite start in 2019, forming a duo with Dutch player Rojo. The two got off to a rocky start in the Fortnite World Cup (FWC) Online Opens, with their best finish after 3 attempts at 27th place. Despite that, 3 tournament entries breaking the top 100 would be enough to net them over 1000 dollars. They’d 10x this with a win in week 10 with a $10,000 win. He was picked up by Lazarus in the scrable for signings coming up to the FWC finals. In the next month, that previous 10k look like a drop in the bucket with a massive 2nd place finish in the FWC Finals. The runner up duo would join the million dollar esports club with $1,125,000 take home, becoming recognised as two of the best Fornite players in the process.

How does Wolfiez make money?

The 2019 Fortnite World Cup finalist spot already already puts him among the highest paid gamers. A feat he achieved before the age of 16. After reaching the peak of duos, he tried mixing things up with solo, 3v3 and 4v4 formats. The majority of Wolfiez earnings came from tournament placings, doing well in A and S-tier events to take home the lion’s share of the pot bonuses.

Having fully retired from Fortnite, any earnings that he would make now would be entirely tied to his twitch and youtube. However the latter has been inactive for a year since retiring. The same could be said for his twitch, which, while sitting at a colossal 788k followers, hasn’t gone live in 2 years.

Now, as part of his change to being a fitness influencer, whilie still sporting the “UK highest earning gamer” tag on his instagram, he sells a fitness plan as part of his transformation.

Wolfiez playing at RedBull Contested
Source: Red Bull

Estimated Net worth

Wolfiez’s net worth is likely around $1.5 million.

As a RedBull athlete despite retiring from Fortnite, the British phenom is still a sought after talent from a marketing standpoint. It’s hard to argue against a young talent becoming a millionaire through gaming before they’re legally able to drive. He’s become one of the UK’s highest earning gamers thanks to his FNC Finals placement, and following up with strong placements until retiring. Now instead of pulling numbers as an esports athlete, he has transitioned to a fitness influencer and athlete.

Wolfiez Future Prospects

Through switching to fitness with his already bursting fanbase, Wolfiez is making use of his platform and showing that gaming and fitness don’t have to be mutually exclusive. It’s possible he does return to gaming in some aspect, even if competitive Fortnite is out of the question. The fitness space does have increasing investments into it, so his place in the fitness space and having his own training program will help make up for letting the gaming side of his content sphere languish.

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Andrew Ogunnaike
Andrew Ogunnaike

Since: June 4, 2024

Andrew is a fighting game TO and Caster based in Manchester and Digimon TCG content creator on YouTube while on hiatus from Twitch. He graduated Games Programming at Staffs Uni but has had a passion for creative writing since he was a kid.

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