Benjyfishy – Age, Height, Net Worth, Family Status and Complete Biography

Going by the real name of Benjy David Fish, he is commonly known on social platforms as Benjyfishy. He hails from the United Kingdom and is a renowned, professional eSports gamer with a reputable YouTube celebrity image. His gaming success has also made him a respected Twitch caster. It was during Fortnite’s inaugural World Cup that Benjy’s gaming expertise became evident, and he rose to fame.

He’s also competed four times in the European area, winning thousands of euros in the process. The professional gamer has risen to the top of the Fortnite competitive scene as one of the youngest players. Further on, Benjy decided to join hands as a Fortnite BR (Battle Royale) player with the renowned NRG eSports in the year 2019.

Benjy had found success as a Fortnite pro and planned to drop out of school, which his mother encouraged him to do. Benjy’s mother, who also works as his manager, pushed him to enroll in a homeschooling program to devote the majority of his time to Fortnite while still receiving a part-time education.


Real NameBenjy David Fish
Birthday April 2, 2004 (Age: 20 years)
Height6 feet 5 inches
Currently PlayingValorant
Games PlayedFortnite, Guitar Hero, Call of Duty
Net Worth$652,275.32 earned From 146 Tournaments


Benjy’s personal life has not been exposed much and owing to this; we cannot reveal any reliable details about his family and relationships. However, we know that his mother supports and lives with him, while his father died when he was a mere 8-month-old baby. His mother is his manager, and she has her own YouTube streaming channel as well, where she plays Fortnite. He also has a cat named magic.

Other Interests

Apart from playing competitive online games, majorly Fortnite, some of Benjy’s other interests are reading, photography, learning, traveling, and internet surfing. Prior to beginning his professional gaming journey, he had a strong attraction toward soccer.

In his early years, he played rugby, cricket, and soccer. He has several 10-pin bowling trophies on display next to his broadcasting setup. Benjy began playing 10-pin bowling when he was three years old. He and his mother traveled around England, training with various professionals.

Gaming Origins

Benjyfishy’s elder brother, who is quite older than him, brought him into the gaming world by making him play famous video games on the PlayStation when he was younger. Amongst many, Tenpin Bowling and Guitar Hero were two of these games.

When he was seven years old, he played his first-ever FPV (first-person view) shooter game, Call of Duty, on the Xbox. He began bowling at the age of three and took it seriously until he was 10 years old, competing and winning several contests.

However, he was forced to discontinue bowling due to two grave leg injuries. He was also diagnosed as a victim of Osgood-Schlatter disease, which leads to annoyingly painful lumps on the kneecap’s lower side. Another leg-based injury stemmed because of Sever disease, which caused painful swelling and disturbance on the backside of his heel. As a result, he began to focus more on video games, and at the age of thirteen, he began to fantasize about being a professional gamer.

He started getting involved in Fortnite with a focused mindset in March 2018. Later that year, he met MrSavage online through solitary pop-up Fortnite contests, where they frequently killed each other. They were impressed by each other’s abilities and decided to form a partnership.

Professional Career

BenjyFishy began professionally streaming in November 2018, the same time he kickstarted performing duos with another reputed Fortnite mastermind, MrSavage. On Twitch, he got 1,000 followers on January 1, 2019. Even better, by the arrival of June 2019, he hit over a hundred thousand followers, and by November 2019, his follower count had almost quadrupled. In March 2019, he joined NRG Esports, which helped to boost the popularity of his stream.

In July 2018, after starting to compete in Fortnite competitions, he began winning money.

Benjyfishy’s career highlights are as follows:


  • He started his YouTube and Twitch channel.


  • His career as a professional gamer began. He signed with Clairvoyance Esports.


  • As a Fortnite player, he secured a deal with NRG eSports.
  • He won his first tournament as a Duo on the 14th of April 2019.


  • He organized his own tournament, named the Benjyfishy cup.
  • Benjyfishy signed with the Loaded Management Firm.
  • Benjy was one of the few gamers to earn the official Fortnite Locker Bundle in 2020, allowing other Fortnite players to buy his signature stuff in the game.

When Benjy was ten years old, he began broadcasting on Twitch. His webcast had a relatively small viewership, with an average of only ten people watching. Everything changed when Benjy won his first event and took home a $10,000 prize.

His channel’s popularity grew gradually, and it now has over 3.5 million subscribers. His average viewership size is 16,000 individuals as of November 2021. Benjy’s most-watched stream was in June 2020, when his audience reached 35,000 people. Fortnite accounted for 1730 of the 1770 hours broadcasted.

Net Worth

As of 2022, Benjyfishy’s net worth is expected to be approximately $652,275.32 From 146 Tournaments.

BenjyFishy is thought to have 500 subscribers and 2,200 watchers on average. Without extra money from tiered memberships, sponsorships, tournament winnings, team salaries, Twitch cheer bit contributions, commercials, and donations, he should be able to make at least USD 1,750 each month.

How Much Does Benjyfishy Earn?

Benjyfishy is thought to generate at least $120,000 every month from all of his different sources of income. However, the amount fluctuates a lot each month due to the varying prize money he wins through participating in tournaments.

Benjyfishy makes money through a range of incomes streams. In 2019, he joined NRG eSports, an eSports agency. He’s gotten a lot of sponsorships from huge companies like Hot Pockets, Levi’s, and the American National Guard via them. He also gets money from his Twitch and YouTube channels, and Epic Games has granted him an official Fortnite store code.

Benjyfishy’s Streaming Hours

He has no fixed streaming hours.

Official Handles


Here are some of the major achievements of Benjyfishy’s:

  • 2024-03-24: VCT 2024: Masters Madrid | $2,000.00
  • 2023-07-01: Shmeky Cup | $723.05
  • 2023-06-11: VCL 2023: East Surge Split 2 | $967.98
  • 2023-03-12: VCL 2023: East Surge Split 1 | $963.00
  • 2022-04-06: Chapter 3 Season 2: Duos Cash Cup – Week 1: Europe | $500.00
  • 2022-02-02: Chapter 3 Season 1: Duos Cash Cup – Week | $850.00
  • 2021-11-08: Chapter 2 Season 8: Trio Cash Cup – Week 6: Europe | $600.00
  • 2021-10-25: Chapter 2 Season 8: Trio Cash Cup – Week | $475.00
  • 2021-10-04: Chapter 2 Season 8: Trio Cash Cup – Week | $535.00
  • 2021-08-02: Chapter 2 Season 7: Trio Cash Cup – Week 4 | $500.00
  • 2021-07-25: Chapter 2 Season 7: Solo Cash Cup – Week 2 | $600.00
  • 2021-06-25: FNCS: All-Star Showdown 2021 – Blueprint Battle: Europe
  • 2021-03-14: FNCS: Chapter 2 Season 5 – Grand Finals: Europe | $35,000.00
  • 2021-02-28: PogChamps 3 | $8,000.00
  • 2020-12-20: DreamHack Open – December 2020: Europe | $1,300.00
  • 2020-11-14: GlitchCon 2020 – Fortnite – Finals | $1,401.40
  • 2020-11-09: Chapter 2 Season 4: Champion Trio Cash | $1,500.00
  • 2020-11-08: DreamHack Open – November 2020: Europe | $5,750.00
  • 2020-10-26: Chapter 2 Season 4: Platform Cash Cup – Week 5 | $3,000.00
  • 2020-08-26: Chapter 2 Season 3: Champion Trio Cash | $750.00
  • 2020-08-12: Aqua & Nyhrox Throwback Cup: Europe | $2,000.00
  • 2020-08-02: FNCS: Chapter 2 Season 3 – Qualifier 2: Europe | $5,000.00
  • 2020-07-30: Chapter 2 Season 3: Daily Trios Cup | $400.00
  • 2020-07-27: Chapter 2 Season 3: Daily Trios Cup – July | $300.00
  • 2020-07-23: Chapter 2 Season 3: PC Cash Cup – Week 2: EU | $4,200.00
  • 2020-07-22: Chapter 2 Season 3: Daily Trios Cup | $400.00
  • 2020-07-15: Chapter 2 Season 3: Champion Trio Cash | $750.00
  • 2020-06-27: Amar Trios Cup | $1,333.33
  • 2020-05-28: Chapter 2 Season 2: Contender Duo Cash | $1,500.00
  • 2020-05-17: FNCS Invitational – Week 2: Europe | $50,000.00
  • 2020-05-10: FNCS Invitational – Week 1: Europe | $15,000.00
  • 2020-05-01: Chapter 2 Season 2: PC Cash Cup – Week 1: EU | $5,000.00
  • 2020-03-22: FNCS: Chapter 2 Season 2 – Week 1: Euro | $2,250.00
  • 2019-12-19: Chapter 2 Season 1: Contender Cash Cup – Week 9: EU | $7,000.00
  • 2019-12-08: FNCS: Chapter 2 Season 1 – Grand Finals: Europe | $30,000.00
  • 2019-11-21: Chapter 2 Season 1: Contender Cash Cup – Week 5: EU | $6,000.00
  • 2019-11-18: Chapter 2 Season 1: Contender Cash Cup – Week 4: EU | $7,000.00
  • 2019-10-30: Chapter 2 Season 1: Platform Cash Cup – Week 1: EU | $1,200.00
  • 2019-09-19: Champion’s Solos Cash Cup – Week 5 – EU | $7,000.00
  • 2019-09-18: Contender’s Solos Cash Cup – Week 5 – EU | $2,000.00
  • 2019-09-15: FNCS: Season X – Week 5: Europe | $32,000.00
  • 2019-09-13: Champion’s Trios Cash Cup – Week 4 – EU | $5,000.00
  • 2019-09-08: FNCS: Season X – Week 4: Europe | $32,000.00
  • 2019-09-06: Champion’s Trios Cash Cup – Week 3 – EU | $6,000.00
  • 2019-09-05: Champion’s Solos Cash Cup – Week 3 – EU | $7,000.00
  • 2019-02-21: Scrimcom Pro Clash | $397.23


Benjyfishy’s YouTube channel now has over 1.7 million followers. His benjyfishy Twitch account, which he co-owns, has over 3.7 million followers. He joined the entertainment agency Loaded in December 2020.

It’s inconvenient to be indulging in Fortnite while living in a region that is not of your residence. Having higher latency than other players can be frustrating and often cost you a game, especially in a competitive setting.

Benjyfishy, an English gamer, was present on NA servers with a speed of 60ms. Benjy’s supporters believed he had purchased a Fortnite server. Later, he revealed that he did indeed purchase a dedicated business line network for himself, which cost roughly $20,000.

Benjyfishy has shown an interest in purchasing a home in the future for his mother.

He is the youngest player to be competitively playing Esports, that too, so successfully. He recently received his YouTube Gold Play Button. He was grateful for his fans’ affection and support. The little guy had a fantastic trip to reach the million-dollar mark.

Not to forget, his beloved mother has penned down a comprehensive book called Let’s Go!, taking readers through his gameplay journey.

In a recent tweet, he mentioned how he would get his degree and quit playing Fortnite.


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