Coby ‘Dizzy’ Meadows
Coby “Dizzy” meadows is a retired Apex Legends professional player formerly a part of the NRG Esports roster. Dizzy is an Apex Legend icon and has one of the best aim in the game. Born on May 19, 2000, he is just 22 years old and despite the tender age Dizzy shows great exposure in clutch moments. Dizzy announced his retired from competitive play in 2019, and since has been a full-time streamer racking in a good number of views.
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Social Media and Net worth
Dizzy is a social media sensation. After Shroud he is the most popular Apex legends personality and due to his commitment for the age has made lifelong fans. Fans adore Dizzy for his revered personality.
Dizzy has 866K followers on Twitch, 150K followers on Twitter, 80K followers on Instagram and 467K subscribers on YouTube. This makes Dizzy one of the most followed Apex legend sensation on social media.
Dizzy has amassed quite a large amount of net worth, which is mainly from his tournaments winning and his revenue from Twitch and YouTube. Dizzy’s network is estimated to be $500K, which is a lot considering how young he is.
Dizzy started his career in streaming. He was one of the first streamers to pick up Apex Legends and grinded the game from hours on end. Eventually, his insane skills attracted the attention of professional Valorant teams.
After getting offers from many teams, Dizzy would go on to sign with NRG Esports which was considered one of the top Apex Legends team at the time. The signing was concluded in 2019 and this was the year when competitive Apex Legends was at its peek.
Dizzy wasted no time and jumped into many Tier A torments with his team. He would go on to win many tournaments, but his most memorable win came September 2019, when he won the TwitchCon San Diego. In that tournament Dizzy showed his class and outplayed everyone, cementing him as the best Apex legends professional player.
In total Dizzy would go on to win 11 ornaments out of which 7 tournaments were Tier-A, 2 tournaments were Tier-B, 1 tournament of Tier-C and 1 tournament was Tier-S.
Dizzy retired from professional Apex Legends in late 2019 and has since resorted to a career of Twitch streaming. Despite not playing competitively, the insane skill and talent still lives on, and viewers tune in to experience it every day in his gameplay.
· Won Code Red #1 2019
· Won Code Red #2 2019
· Won Code Red #3 2019
· Won Twitch Rivals Apex Legends Challenge 2019
· Won TwitchCon Europe Showdown 2019
· Won TwitchCon San Diego· Won Lulu’s Throwdown – Day 2