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Daequan Net Worth 2024

Daequan Net Worth – $2 million

What is Daequan’s net worth? Also, who is Daequan’s girlfriend?


TSM Daequan, whose real name is Daequan Loco, is an American Twitch streamer who was part of the professional esports organization Team SoloMid.


On May 12, 1994, Florida welcomed its newest resident: Daequan Loco, a star in the making.

Throughout his childhood, Daequan’s rivalry with his brother fueled his passion for gaming.

Friendly rounds of Super Mario or Crash Bandicoot soon turned into training sessions.

Despite his adolescent interest, Daequan leaned heavily into the sports world throughout high school.

With his help, the AAU League won the Florida State Championship. His talent in basketball had secured him a sponsorship before an on-court altercation took that away from him.

Without financial aid to uphold his schooling, Daequan was left without an answer to what to do after high school.


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While his parents urged him to get educated, Daequan asked them to finance his secondary dream: gaming. Unfortunately, they refused to endorse him, so he forcibly raised the money for a gaming computer himself.

Daequan started a Twitch channel of the same name in September 2017, right as Fortnite Battle Royale took the world by storm.

Intrigued, Daequan experimented with the game on stream and found himself experiencing victory after victory.

His skill alone would not secure his fame – he needed a stroke of good fortune.

That luck came by accident when Daequan left the “Fill Squad” option on during an otherwise ordinary match.

This slip-up landed him on a team with Dakotaz: a prolific Fortnite streamer.

Together, the two won an unprecedented 27 games together, and fans came in droves to discover this mysteriously skilled newcomer called Daequan.

Fortnite Invitational tournament


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This newfound connection with Dakotaz rewarded Daequan with more than a new following: it came with an invitation. Dakotaz secured Daequan with a spot in the upcoming, first-ever Fortnite Invitational tournament.

To everyone’s shock and awe, Daequan didn’t just place well in the competition – he took home the crown.

That triumph opened the eyes of countless other Fortnite players to his talent.

Soon enough, he had players around the world knocking on his door to forge relationships and rivalries alike.

Throughout the next half a decade, Daequan secured five more tournament victories.

His accomplishments popularized the Double Pump: a strategy of using two pump shotguns in tandem.

This became so widespread that Epic Games had to patch out the tactic altogether.

March 9, 2018 broke a glass ceiling in the gaming world.

On that day, Daequan set the World Record for most eliminations in a single Fortnite game.

He had officially earned a spot in global gaming history.

Team SoloMid


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His unparalleled skills caught the attention of Team SoloMid: an esports group focused on Fortnite.

TSM was founded by one of Twitch’s top ten streamers, Ali “Myth” Kabbani.

Daequan officially became a member in the first quarter of 2018 and changed his username to “daequan_TSM.”

In June 2018, Daequan alongside Solluminati, Félix “xQc” LengyelSymfuhny, Sinatraa, Nico, Alfie, Castro1021, Avery “Avxry” Lopriore, Sneaky, Pokelawls, and Kristen “KittyPlays” Valnicek, received a 24-hour suspension on Twitch for playing copyrighted music while streaming on the platform.

Daequan announced in January 2019 that he would be taking a break from streaming.

The reasons amounted to unshakable stomach pains, his girlfriend’s threatened health, and multiple familial deaths.

After a half year of absence, Daequan returned to the internet in August 2019 and announced his comeback.

However, he claimed that Fortnite had lost its flavor for him.

He would continue in the world of esports but with other competitive games instead.

In early 2022, he returned to Twitch after a hiatus from the streaming platform.

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Daequan is dating Exie. Here is a photo of the two.

On November 21, 2019, Loco revealed that Exie has got a serious health condition, which he even described as life-threatening.

”My girl has life-threatening health issues now, and it’s lowkey destroying my mental state, man,” Daequan tweeted. He went on to say: ”We go to so many doctors & hospitals & specialists, and they have no idea what to even say to us anymore.”

”Exie is getting more medical attention in another country, so I’m handling both our biz,” Daequan provided an update in March 2020.

When healthy enough to do so, Exie assists Daequan with aspects of his content creation.

Her primary role involves creating the video thumbnails whenever Daequan uploads streaming highlights to his Youtube channel.

As a professional video editor, she cuts his streams into chunks which he can upload elsewhere on Youtube, Twitter, or Tiktok.

It is unclear if the two are still together.


Daequan is about 6 ft 1 in (185 cm) tall.

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”Life’s so fragile; cherish the people who genuinely love you & the ones who would ride for you.”

”Anybody can make a baby, but the real ones are good dads.”

”It’s a crazy world we live in, bruh. Be grateful for the small things.”

Daequan – Net Worth 2024

So, how much is Daequan worth? Loco earned most of his wealth from streaming on Twitch, sponsors, participating in esports tournaments, and ads on YouTube. Therefore, streamer Daequan has an estimated net worth of $2 million.

On Twitch, Daequan had over 4.1 million followers.

On YouTube, Loco has more than 697 million views, meaning about $2.1 million in revenue before taxes. In addition, Loco is sponsored by GFuel.

On June 11, 2019, Daequan announced his newest residence: a $7 million esports mansion shared with his fellow team members.

The inhabitants, which include Daequan and Exie, toured the world’s most expensive gaming facility in a video on Youtube.

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