Aimbotcalvin is a Twitch streamer particularly famous for First Person Shooting gameplays. Don’t be fooled by the gamer’s nametag as he is one of the best fps gamers you can find on Twitch.
What happened to Aimbotcalvin? Aimbotcalvin has not been seen streaming any games for over a year now. What could be the reason? Dive in to find out everything about Aimbotcalvin.
|Name||Aimbotcalvin (Calvin Chau)|
|Birthday||November 25, 1997|
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Aimbotcalvin is an FPS gamer/streamer who came into the limelight for his insane clutch gameplays and shooting abilities in FPS games like Call of Duty, Fortnite, Counterstrike, Crossfire, and particularly Overwatch.
What happened to Aimbotcalvin? Well, Aimbotcalvin has been missing from the gaming as well as the streaming scene for over a year now. According to the post that he made on his Discord channel, he is taking a break to reset his mental health and will be back soon.
Born on November 25 of 1997, in Los Angeles, Aimbotcalvin’s age is 23 years old. His real name is Calvin Chau.
He graduated from Harvard to receive his Lawyers Degree and is looking forward to becoming a Scientist at Yale.
Speaking of parents, not much is known about his father and mother. However, his Twitch bio suggests that his mother was from Australia and his father is of Chinese/Vietnamese descent. He has an American nationality.
We can find Aimbotcalvin on Twitter at ‘calvin‘ that has over 80k followers. The streamer has not been active for a year in his social media accounts.
Aimbotcalvin is a Twitch star who has a massive following of 670. His massive following is because of the fact that his presence is seen both in streaming and live tournament stages. Considering this, he is estimated to have a net worth of around $5million.
Some of his insane clutches and gameplay includes the 1v6 clutch win at the Code Green COD Tournament and taking out 100 thieves in Friday Fortnite Tournament alongside King Richard.
He turned down a massive Overwatch league offer of $150,000 in 2018. Perhaps, being a free agent and a solo streamer was all he wanted to be instead of getting attached to a particular organization.
He also has a YouTube channel ‘aimbotcalvin‘ that has over 100k subscribers. He posts the highlights of his gameplays on the channel.