Keemstar is a YouTuber and online personality who has made a name for himself by creating drama around controversial topics in the gaming world. He has also been accused of promoting hate speech, which led to an investigation by YouTube into his channel.
Keemstar’s real name is Daniel Keem but he also goes by other names like DJ Keemstar, Keemstar 4 Life and even the Punisher on occasion.
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Keemstar net worth
Keemstar is estimated to have a net worth of $2 million as of 2022. His source of income is mainly from his YouTube channel, which earns him an average $500k per year. He also has other channels and social media accounts that help him to generate some extra cash.
Keemstar was born in September 1991 in New York City, New York, United States. He is currently 25 years old and has been active on YouTube since 2010 with his gaming channel called DramaAlert which focuses on gaming news and gossip behind the scenes in the gaming industry. He also has other channels such as SkyVSGaming where he plays games with his friends/viewers or uploads videos related to LPs (Let’s Plays).
Keemstar gaming career
As a professional gamer and YouTube personality, Keemstar has been entertaining audiences for over 8 years. He is also a gaming enthusiast who has been playing games since he was a small kid.
The young man started his career by making videos on YouTube to entertain his friends and family as well as other people around the world who are interested in watching him play video games. He posts videos about new games, including popular ones like Fortnite, Call of Duty, PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG), Minecraft, etc., on his channel every day so that everyone can see what kind of gameplay they can expect from these titles when they are released or updated with new features like new maps or weapons, etc.
Keemstar controversies and legal issues
In 2017, Keem was involved in a scandal with Fine Bros. and their React World project. The Fine Bros. was attempting to trademark the word “react” and Keemstar called them out on it, saying that they were trying to profit off of other people’s work by locking down the word react and shutting down all other content creators who used that term in their videos.
Keemstar was also involved in controversy again with YouTuber Tana Mongeau after she posted a series of tweets criticizing him for his involvement in the drama between her ex-boyfriend Jake Paul and rapper Trippie Redd at the Coachella Music Festival in April 2018.
Keemstar Controversy with The Fine Bros
In 2015, The Fine Bros were two of the biggest stars in the YouTube community. They were known for creating comedy skits based on popular memes and posting them online. Their show Kids React was a huge success and they even hosted a series on Nickelodeon called Kids’ Choice Awards: Live.
However, things took a turn for the worse when they got into trouble with the law after using copyrighted material without permission in their videos. At first, Keemstar kept his opinions to himself but then he decided to call out The Fine Bros and other YouTubers who stole from other creators on Twitter – saying that he would expose them if they didn’t stop stealing content from other creators.”This is all about stealing content,” he said during an interview with CNNMoney.”If you’re going to steal content or break copyright laws then your career is going down the toilet.”
Keemstar net worth is estimated to be $2 million. He has made his fortune through his Youtube channel and also by being a part on the popular Twitch.tv platform. Keemstar has also appeared in many TV shows such as Game Grumps, Ridiculousness and more recently Celebrity Big Brother UK. He is one of the most famous gamers in the world today with over 10 million subscribers on YouTube alone.