Quackity is a young social media star from Mexico. Quackity is most known for being a Youtuber, Twitch streamer, and online gamer. He may also be found on other social media sites such as Instagram, Twitter, and Discord.
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Quackity’s Early Life
Quackity is 20 years old, having been born on December 28, 2000.
His zodiac sign is Capricorn, and he is a Mexican citizen. In terms of his family, he has a brother who operates the RoScripts Roblox YouTube channel. His true name is Alexis, by the way. Quackity, previously QuackityHQ, is his internet moniker.
Quackity is a professional YouTube gamer known for his “Quackity” channel. The teenage Youtube sensation is most known for his highlights from Roblox and Minecraft. The gamer is also known for his diverse mix of shorter comedy quick-cut films, which often revolve around the comments area of his videos.
On June 3, 2013, he launched his YouTube channel. On the same day, the Youtube sensation uploaded his debut video to his channel. Since its inception, the young YouTube star has accumulated more than 3.1 million members to his channel. DISCORD’S GOT TALENT (ft. KSI & MrBeast) is one of the most popular videos on his YouTube account, with more than 23 million total views. His and Pyrocynical’s unique and comedically quick-cut films have made them renowned on YouTube.
He was formerly known for his films of the now-defunct game “Toontown Online” and its follow-up, “Toontown Rewritten.” Despite the fact that he no longer plays the game, he has saved one of his old profile photographs as a reminder of his persona. Around mid-2019, the Youtube gamer replaced it with a photo of himself. Similarly, he used to post “Club Penguin” films on two other YouTube identities, one of which was “DjYeroc123.” He also runs a Discord server with over 300,000 users.
The gamer sometimes hosts tournaments on Discord, such as Discord’s Got Talent, Discord’s PhotoShop Hunger Games, and others. In August 2020, he quickly joined the DreamSMP. Later, the Youtube gamer rose to the position of Vice President, boasting the title of “fattest ass in the cabinet.” He joined Pogtopia after being abused by @schlatt for not listening to his thoughts. Similarly, he has raided other online multiplayer games, including Roblox, Club Penguin/Club Penguin Island, Habbo Hotel, and Animal Jam, throughout the years.
He was in charge of two Club Penguin Island attacks. The first came on January 13, 2018, when the gamer encouraged his supporters to “dress up” like Mike Wazowski from Monsters Inc.
to celebrate the game’s return to free trials. On September 1, 2018, the gamer organized a second attack on Club Penguin Island, this time with the theme of “equality.” It was a protest to allow non-members to possess clothing items as well.
He has also invaded Roblox three times. On his first attempt, he managed to take down Roblox’s forums and even its website for many hours.
Then, on the second attempt, a large number of users attacked the forums, forcing Roblox to impose a 2-year restriction to avoid spam, followed by a 13-year limit. People believed he was the one who permanently shut down Roblox’s forums, however, this is not the case.
On his Twitch channel in 2020, he returned to the platform and played alongside other YouTubers including BadBoyHalo and TommyInnit. Because he created new accounts with incorrect usernames both times, the player received an IP ban from Roblox.
The gamer said that his account checked out on its own on December 31, 2018, while on the phone with buddies Quite and Actually, and that he was unable to get back in.
Quackity didn’t make a public statement until the 13th of January, and two days later, he published the video I GOT BANNED FROM DISCORD. The gamer shows parts of an email interaction he had with a member of Discord’s moderation team in the video. The ban was implemented following many complaints from Discord users for breaking Discord’s Community Guidelines, according to the screenshot he uploaded.
The gamer asked for his account to be unbanned, a professional response to his emails demanding server ownership transfer, and a review of the Trust & Safety Team at the conclusion of the video. He advised his Twitter followers to use the hashtag #DiscordUnbanQuackity.
It briefly ranked second on the global trending list, just behind #Brexit. Why QuackityHQ Was Really Banned From Discord was posted by Kwite on January 16, 2019. This video summarizes his video and reiterates the gamer’s demands.
The gamer then recorded a follow-up video in which he explained why he made the video and offered counter-arguments to those who disagreed, as well as emphasizing the need of continuing to tweet the hashtag.
There is no information on Quackity’s love life or relationship status. The gamer may be more focused on his studies and professional social media career at such a young age. Or he might be concealing his personal connections and indiscretions from the public eye.
Quackiy’s Net Worth
As of 2022, Quackity’s net worth is estimated to be at $1.55 million. His YouTube channel, Twitch channel, and item sales for his company “Planet Duck” are all sources of money for him.
He has four YouTube accounts where he constantly uploads and edits videos for YouTuber LeafyIsHere.
He also accepts sponsorships and contributions from his Twitch audience.
Social Media and Body Measurements
Quackity is around 5 feet 8 inches tall and weighs about 57 kg. His chest, waist, and hip measurements are 42-32-38 inches, respectively. Similarly, he has dark brown eyes and dark brown hair. In terms of his social media presence, he joined Twitter in December 2013 and now has over 1.8 million followers under the handle @Quackity. On Instagram, he goes by the handle @quackity.
This account has over 1.3 million followers and 92 posts that have been shared. He may also be found on Twitch, where he goes by the handle @quackityhq. He has a total of 2 million followers on this network.
He also has a YouTube channel named “Quackity,” which he calls himself. Since its inception on June 4, 2013, he has amassed 341.6 million views and 3.96 million subscribers on this site.