Kephrii (real name – Brian St. Pierre) is an American Twitch streamer, retired professional Halo player, and YouTuber, who gained fame playing team-based multiplayer first-person shooter Overwatch competitively.
Brian was born on March 18, 1994, in the USA.
He has a younger brother.
He joined the US Army when he was 17 years old. While he was there, Brian worked as an intelligence analyst. In 2019, Brian wrote on his Instagram account:
”Thank you to all of those who have served their country or are still serving.”
”It takes a lot of sacrifice & it does not go unappreciated.”
After the release of Overwatch on October 27, 2015, Kephrii became involved with the game.
He said for Team Dignitas:
”My initial interest in Overwatch was due to the size of the community; the ability to interact and meet so many people has always appealed to me.”
Brian went on to say:
”Additionally, I loved the way the game tied together FPS elements such as tracking with MOBA elements like team fighting & cooldown/ultimate timers.”
In December of 2015, he joined OverDrive (an American Halo team) to compete in the HWC 2016 Online Qualifier #1.
In December 2016, Kephrii quit his job and started to stream full time.
Kephrii currently has over 498,000 followers on Twitch.
Brian started his YouTube channel on June 4, 2011. According to his bio – ”I’m a competitive FPS Player mainly playing Overwatch.”
The most popular video on the channel is called ”[Overwatch] Real Kephrii vs Hacker Kephrii.” It has over 1.2 million views.
The channel has over 318,000 subscribers and more than 78 million views.
In 2018, Brian joined Global Esports Pantheon KR to contest in Overwatch Contenders Season 3: Pacific.
Who is Kephrii’s wife?
In August 2013, Kephrii married his wife, Devyn.
The two have a YouTube channel together, named – ”Devyn and Brian.” The channel has over 2,200 subscribers. They used to upload vlogs on the channel. The last upload was in 2017.
In September 2019, Kephrii announced that he is divorcing Devyn. He tweeted:
”You may have noticed I have been a bit distracted or not quite myself lately & that’s because Devyn & I are divorcing.”
Brian also wrote:
”This isn’t easy to say and I’m extremely hurt, but I wanted you all to know.”
In August 2017, Kephrii confessed to cheating on Devyn.
”I had a hacker demonstrating hacks to 2,000+ viewers live on stream for hours and he never got banned.”
”Widowmaker is not currently in a fair position from a balance perspective and I do encourage Blizzard to change her.”
”I finally succeeded in taking a day off from the gym & eating garbage without feeling bad about it.”
”I just continuously keep running into things that urgently need my attention, unfortunately.”
”You can only be disappointed when you have expectations.”
He had played multiple games, including World of Warcraft, Halo 5, CS:GO, and League of Legends.
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In February 2020, Brian accused Aimbottz, a popular Twitch streamer, of hacking.
Brian earned most of his wealth from the prize money he received after participating in e-sports tournaments, streaming on Twitch, and advertisements on his YouTube channel.
From e-sports tournaments, Bryan earned over $28,000. From Twitch, Kephrii makes money from sponsors, ads, donations, and subs. On this platform, Brian has over 2,000 subscribers, meaning over $7,000 per month in revenue.
From YouTube, Brian has earned more than $170,000. In addition, Brian has made money from sponsors, especially on Instagram. Therefore, Kephrii has an estimated net worth of $0.3 million.
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