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Nadeshot Net Worth

Nadeshot net worth
Net Worth$2,000,000
Full NameMatthew Haag
Date of Birth/AgeAugust 3, 1992 (age 26)
Source of wealthGamer
Country of originU.S.
State/City of originPalos Hill, Illinois
Last Updated2019

Net Worth

Optic Nadeshot net worth is 2 million dollars.

How Much Nadeshot Make a Year

Nadeshot earns about $1 million per year. Making five figures a year is a really lucky break, but Nadeshot has found a way to make seven.

How does Nadeshot make his money?

The majority of Nadeshot’s money comes from his competitive gaming career. He is making far more than what would be expected from a professional gamer.

Today he makes money from his team’s winning competition prizes.


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Nadeshot is a retired professional American Call Of Duty player. He gained lots of popularity from streaming his gameplay on the internet.

He participated on teams and played in several competitions up until he retired and started his own eSports team called 100 Thieves.

Today, the most important thing to Nadeshot is his streaming channel and watching his team 100 Thieves gain more and more success.

Let’s take a closer look at Nadeshot’s biography, early life, and gaming career history.

Early Life

Nadeshot’s real name is Matthew Haag. He is 26 years old and his birthday is August 3, 1992. He is from Palos Hill, Illinois.

His parents are Jeff and Christina Haag and he has two siblings, one brother, and one sister. Matthew Haag went to Amos Alonzo Stagg High School in Palos Illinois where he graduated from in 2010.

After he finished high school he finished a two-year course studying business at Moraine Valley Community College.

As Nadeshot was getting used to the professional gaming world his mom wound up passing away at a young age.


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Personal life

Nadeshot doesn’t have any reported kids, however, there is a rumor that he is in a relationship with Jenna Ezarik who is a fellow YouTuber.


Before Nadeshot got involved in competitive gaming he had a job working at a McDonald’s restaurant.

His gaming handle Nadeshot actually comes from the lethal move “grenade shot” that a player can do in the Halo game series.

The move works by sending a grenade and then a gunshot. When the first-person shooter Halo 2 came out, Nadeshot was still a competitive amateur, but then he moved on to playing Gears of War when he received the game for a Christmas present.


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He barely missed qualifying for MLG Chicago in the game by a single slot in 2007. By the age of 16, he made a professional debut on Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare.

June 2010 is when Nadeshot really became a member of Optic Gaming. That’s the year he initially became a part of the Optic Clan competitive team.

Four years later in 2014 after the resignation of Will “Big Tymer” Johnson, he was the new captain of Optic Gaming.

Nadeshot wound up stepping down as the captain after he placed 7th in 2015’s Call of Duty Championship tournament. A year later in 2016, he made the decision to leave Optic Clan.

Nadeshot was a part of various professional teams and began streaming footage and making his own videos.


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He continued to place a decent rank playing with team EnvyUs and then moved on to Surreal Legacy until a team called Inspire Gaming came along and beat him.

Throughout Nadeshot’s success with his teams, he was winning large sums of money, but over time, he seemed to lose his passion for streaming and gameplay and decided to stop participating in events.

Nadeshot started to become the scapegoat for losses as well as lower rankings, and the constant negativity started to get to him.


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When Nadeshot left His final team he decided to leave competitive gaming alone completely, but in 2016 he created his own gaming team called 100 Thieves.

It was created just in time to play the Call of Duty World League and the team won a special spot in a newly franchised NALCS championship.

At present, Nadeshot net worth reached $2,000,000.

Cleveland Cavaliers owner Dan Gilbert was backing the team. This team placed 1st in its first major competition and continued to expand to the League of Legends and Counter-Strike: Global Offensive.

Nadeshot is really happy supporting and managing this team that he owns, and he has found a new way to have fun with gaming from a different seat.


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Interesting Facts

The reason he was forced to get a job at McDonald’s was because his mom wanted to get him away from the game screen.

He and his friends would be ok spending hours a day online engaged in competitive gaming.

When Nadeshot decided he was going full throttle back into competitive gaming he made an announcement on social media that he was quitting his job.


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Through playing Call of Duty on teams Nadeshot actually landed a Red Bull endorsement. He had a little bit of trouble getting along with a teammate here and there, but he stayed dedicated to winning and taking his team to the next level.

Even though Nadeshot had trouble with fans and teammates the thing that remained consistent was that every time Nadeshot was a part of a team, together they competed much better.

Today Nadeshot is no longer a gamer himself, but through the success of his team, he is still a big name in the eSports world.

One thing that always concerned Nadeshot was maintaining his viewership on YouTube. He didn’t want to lose his followers because of his decision to stop gaming.


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Favorite Quotes from Nadeshot

“Hate on success and success will hate on you”

“I know we’re in the finals of a tournament but we gotta calm down and think about what we’re doing. We’re making a lot of small mistakes that we don’t normally make. Try and take yourself out of the moment and play like we’re at home. Calm, cool, collective”

“I think about my future probably at least 10 times a day”