Clix – Age, Height, Net Worth, Family Status and Complete Biography
Cody Conrod, also known as Clix or NRG Clix is a professional Fortnite player who plays for NRG Esports, reputed gaming, and entertainment company based out of the USA, Los Angeles. After qualifying for Fortnite’s first annual World Cup, he gained recognition and is best known for playing one versus one matches.
What’s more, he manages to entice his viewers by uploading highly entertaining gaming content – all at an extremely young age.
|Real Name||Cody Conrod|
|Birthday||7th January 2005 (Age: 17 years)|
|Height||5 feet 9 inches|
|Games Played||Fortnite, Grand Theft Auto V, Among Us, Call of Duty: Warzone, Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, Phasmophobia, Just Chatting, Call of Duty: Black Ops II|
|Net Worth||$2.2 million|
Clix’s parents are divorced and he has no siblings. He is currently single and is more concerned with his gaming profession and the future of social networking as compared to relationships and education. Moreover, Clix’s also a pet parent with his dog named Max.
Before dedicating the majority of his interest to Fortnite, he would spend time brushing his basketball skills and competing in track. Presently, he dedicates the better half of his time to streaming and playing online games.
Cody’s older brother introduced him to the world of video games. Initially, he used to play the game called Minecraft. Once his brother was 13, he got his computer, and Cody would typically sneak into his space to play Call of Duty: Zombies.
As he was growing up, he continued playing Minecraft. But he desired to become a pro-player, and this would not be possible by only playing Minecraft. But then he saw the potential in the now-renowned game called Fortnite once it was newly launched.
So he set out to improve his skills for becoming a pro-Fortnite player someday. Impressively, he approached his father and begged him to purchase a gaming computer to try and win online gaming tournaments.
Clix assured his father he would repay his debt. After a bit of contemplation, his father demanded a contract ensuring compensation and some time from Clix to contribute through odd jobs in exchange for the money.
After two and a half weeks, he managed to prove himself by winning USD 1,030 in an online gaming tournament.
Clix is a talented gamer who started his gaming profession with Misfits Gaming. Later, he decided to play for a team called NRG Esports. Also, qualifying five times in the Fortnite World Cup helped him amass a total of $162,000 as prize money.
Clix is also referred to as NRG Clix. In short, he is a skilled Fortnite: Battle Royale gamer while also being a skilled Twitcher streamer and YouTube creator. All credits to his success in making it to Fortnite’s first annual World Cup, Clix has garnered tremendous fame in the Fortnite gaming industry.
Here are some highlights from Clix’s gaming career:
- On Twitch, Clix began his streaming journey on November 11. Right then, in the later part of the day, he launched “Clix”, his first ever YouTube channel “Clix”.
- His earliest YouTube video was released on April 21, 2018. After beginning to upload gaming content, he quickly gained popularity in the Fortnite domain.
- On March 30, 2019, Clix become a part of Misfits and by July 1, 2020, he left his clan.
- Clix got selected multiple times as a Fortnite player for the World Cup, and after five attempts, achieved the first position in June 19 at the WC NAE Qualifiers-Week.
- He also tasted victory in another gaming tourney in July and won $10,000 as prize money.
Note: He and another streamer, Sceptic, also became the Misfits gaming crew members.
- On July 1, 2020, Clix joined NRG esports North America.
To top it up, he is also known as a high-quality one-on-one expert and ground taker. Ironically, some consider him as a young and less experienced gamer amongst the vast number of Fortnite Battle Royale professionals. Though factually, Clix is renowned for betting against his followers.
Here, he demonstrated a construct fight. After this, Clix decided to play against competitive Fortnite scenes by creating Fortnite montages. Rightfully, he won first position and took home $58,000 in his appearance at Fortnite’s initial World Cup. Not many of his followers are aware, but Clix’s career began to take off because of this.
Fun Fact: Clix’s dad plays the role of a mentor in his career and regularly recommends him on tactics to play with a composed mind and enhance his in-game expertise.
What Is Clix’s Net Worth?
Clix has a total net worth of $2.2 million as of 2022. Most of his income comes from his famous YouTube channel and subscribers on Twitch. Currently, Clix serves approximately 3.92 million followers on Twitch and 1.88 million subscribers on YouTube, adding to his overall value. Most importantly, his social media network attracts a massive fanbase.
How Much Does Clix Earn?
As per statistics and his accomplishments during tournaments, Clix must make approximately $70,000 each month. Keep in mind, these numbers are only from his massive list of Twitch subscribers. Nonetheless, Clix’s monthly earnings were estimated to be around $100,000, inclusive of the salary he receives from NRG, along with his sponsorships.
Based on Twitch Tracker’s data, Clix holds a respectable 18th position amongst approximately 19000 subscribers on Twtich. Tfue, who is the biggest Fortnite Twitch streamer of all time, follows him in the 23rd position, which is indeed a surprise.
|Days of the week||Time|
|Sundays||12:30 PM and 6:30 PM|
|Tuesdays||5:30 AM – 11:30 AM|
|Wednesdays||5:30 AM – 11:30 AM|
|Thursdays||6:30 PM – 12:30 AM|
|Fridays||10:30 PM – 1:30 PM|
|Saturdays||5:30 PM – 8:30 PM|
However, this is not his fixed schedule due to his professional commitments.
Clix has had several achievements in his gaming career. A few of them are mentioned below:
- 1st position in Solo Cash Cup: Chapter 2 Season 5 Week 5 of NA East
- 1st position in DreamHack Open January of NA East in a Duo match
- 1st position in Frosty Frenzy Session 4 of NA East in Squad number 3
- 1st position in Bugha Throwback Cup of NA East in a Solo match
- 1st position in WC 2019 NAE Qualifiers of Week 9 in a Solo match
Once while violating Twitch guidelines and playing with a Twitch streamer, ZaysnSZN, Clix himself was barred from the platform for a week.
Based on Twitch’s comprehensive guidelines, eligible Twitch players do not have the liberty to interact, partner, or game with any prohibited members on stream. Despite this rule, the responsible authorities reduced his ban and unblocked his account within three days. However, the gamer’s suspension was lowered, and he was only suspended for three days in all.
Another incident occurred on May 23, 2020, when Clix had a match against a professional Fortnite player, UnknownxArmy.
When they reached the second last round, Clix almost effortlessly sniped UnknownArmy and made the most of the moment by displaying a dance-emote. Either out of embarrassment or anger, UnknownxArmy decided to kill Clix during the initial stage of round 6. What’s best, this incident took place during the Invitational Grand Finals of the Fortnite Championship Series.
Funnily enough, UnknownArmy was yet approaching Ajerss for revenge. And while Clix was not yet out of the game, Ajerss was the one who disqualified UnknownArmy.
UnknownxArmy was unwittingly pursuing Ajerss, another qualifying player who disqualified him while Clix was still alive. Once victory was sealed, Clix went live and initiated banter on how UnknownArmy played in round 6.