ImperialHal – Age, Height, Net Worth, Family Status and Complete Biography
Philip Dosen, also known as ImperialHal, is a professional Apex Legends player and streamer who plays for Team SoloMid, a professional esports organization based in California USA.
After becoming one of the first players to join TSM’s inaugural Apex Legends team, he rose to fame and is best known for his slick in-game movement and top-quality gameplay.
|Real Name||Phillip Dosen|
|Birthday||May 31, 1999 (Age: 23 years)|
|Height||5 feet 8 inches|
|Team||Team SoloMid (TSM)|
|Currently Playing||Apex Legends, H1Z1, Fortnite, Valorant, Call of Duty: Warzone|
|Net Worth||$2.5 Million|
ImperialHal hails from a humble family based in Florida, USA. He has two older brothers, but not much is known about them since Hal keeps his family life away from social media. However, he has played an Apex Legends Tournament with his brother, Lucas, live on stream.
Currently, ImperialHal is dating Acie, a Twitch streamer and Apex Legends content creator for Team Liquid. The couple announced their relationship in May 2021 through a Twitter post.
While he’s not fighting for the top spot in the battle royale, ImperialHal spends his time eating at restaurants and exploring other places with his family, friends, and girlfriend. He has met up with other significant figures in Apex Legends like iiTzTimmy, Nokopuffs, and other pro players.
Currently, ImperialHal dedicatedly opts to spend most of his time playing battle royale games and streaming his gameplay on Twitch, averaging around 15,000 viewers every month.
ImperialHal owned a laptop in which he would try out FPS games and happened to stumble upon H1Z1, a battle royale. Soon, he began grinding the game and eventually became one of the top players in his area.
Eventually, he participated in his first H1Z1 LAN tournament, where he finished in third place, along with a couple of his friends. ImperialHal invested the money he’d earned into a new PC, and now there wasn’t anything holding him back.
His skills caught the attention of Cloud9, one of the most popular esports organizations in North America, who signed Hal to their H1Z1 roster. Unfortunately, due to a lack of tournaments, and a dying esports scene, Cloud9 dropped their H1Z1 squad, and ImperialHal had to find a new game to dominate.
He tried to make a name for himself in Fortnite, a battle royale that blew up in popularity during that time. However, due to a lack of interest and passion for the game, ImperialHal left the Fortnite scene and took his skills to a new battle royale game made by EA, Apex Legends.
ImperialHal is an exceptionally skilled and energetic player who started his professional gaming career by joining the Cloud9 H1Z1 esports team. Unfortunately, the squad disbanded within a few months.
Then, ImperialHal moved on to competing in Fortnite and managed to qualify for the 2018 Fall Skirmish at Twitch Con. But he didn’t find the same excitement in playing the battle royale game and quit after Apex Legends launched in February 2019.
He immediately fell in love with the game and quickly became one of the first top players in the movement-based battle royale. Eventually, ImperialHal signed with TSM as part of their inaugural Apex Legends team in March 2019. Since then, he’s taken part and won in several major tournaments and has earned around $100,000 in tournament winnings alone.
In short, he’s one of the best Apex Legends players while also being a highly talented Twitch streamer and content creator. As a result, ImperialHal is a household name in the Apex Legends esports scene.
Here are a few highlights of ImperialHal’s gaming career:
- He joins TSM’s inaugural Apex Legends team
- He earned $3,000 by winning the Code Red #4 tournament
- He won $2,500 by getting first place in the FACEIT Pro Series Week 1
- He won $8,900 by winning the Twitch Rivals: Apex Elite Queue Challenge
- He earned $1,250 by placing second in FACE Por Series Week 3
- He won $30,000 by winning the EXP Invitational at X Games Minneapolis
- He earned $15,800 by getting first place in Twitch Rivals: Apex Legends Solo Showdown
- He won $105,000 by winning the Apex Legends Preseason Invitational
- He won $21,500 by getting third place during an Apex Legends Tournament in Twitch Con San Diego
- He won $10,000 by winning the GLL Apex Legends Series: NA
- He won $21,600 by getting first place in ALGS Online #2: North America
- He donated $15,000 by winning the Code Red Charity Tournament
- He earned $6,000 by winning the ALGS Autumn Circuit #3: North America
- He earned $4,500 by placing third in the TSM 2020 Invitational
- He won $4,500 by getting fourth place in the Twitch Rivals: Bloodless Battle tournament
- He earned $1,500 by placing third by placing sixth in GLL Masters Summer: Americas
- He acquired $1,500 by placing third in the ALGS Summer Circuit #4: Americas
- He won $7,200 by placing sixth in the ALGS Summer Circuit Playoffs: Americas
- He acquired $2,500 by winning the Realm: Summit Series 2020
- He won $15,000 by placing third in the ALGS Autumn Circuit Playoffs: North America
- He earned $10,500 for winning Lulu’s Throwdown: Day 1
- He earned $13,000 by placing second in Lulu’s Throwdown: Day 2
- He won $6,000 for placing second in Esports Arena: Series E Season 2: Pre-Season Invitational
- He acquired $4,000 by winning the Throwback Throwdown Tournament
- He earned $1,000 by placing fourth in the ALGS Winter Circuit #4: North America
- He won $15,000 by placing first in Twitch Rivals: Showdown
- He earned $15,900 by placing third in the ALGS Winter Circuit Playoffs: North America
- He won $15,000 by placing first in the GLL Masters Spring: North America
- He won $12,000 by getting first place in Lulu’s Throwdown 2.0: Day 1
- He earned $20,000 by winning Lulu’s Throwdown 2.0: Day 2
- He gained $2,000 by placing second in the Knights Carnage Cup
- He earned $78,208 by placing third in ALGS Championship 2021: North America
- He gained $2,500 by getting second place in Dreamhack Influencer Invitational
- He won $6,000 by placing first in Grayson Allen’s Apex Invitational
- He won $15,000 by placing first in the Nickmercs Gauntlet
- He earned $2,500 by placing second in the SteelSeries Prime Cup
- He gained $3,000 by getting second in Code Red #6
- He acquired $7,500 by placing fifth in the ALGS: 2021 Split 1 Pro League: North America
- He earned a prize of $100,000 by winning the ALGS: 2022 Split 1 Playoffs: North America
- He won $2,500 by winning Super League Arena: February Split
- He earned $2,100 by winning the BFC: Pro Series Season 1: Week 2
- He gained $6,000 by placing seventh in the ALGS: 2022 Split 2 Pro League: North America
- He acquired $3,000 by placing third in the BFC: Pro Series Season 1
- He earned $45,000 by placing sixth in the ALGS: 2022 Split 2 Playoffs
To top it up, ImperialHal is renowned because of his world-class highlights and eccentric personality. He has established himself as a veteran in the Apex Legends esports scene. Even today, he continues to participate and dominate in major tournaments to prove his doubters wrong.
What Is ImperialHal’s Net Worth?
ImperialHal has a total net worth of approximately $2.5 million in 2022. A significant portion of his income comes from his popular Twitch and Youtube Channels. Currently, ImperialHal boasts around 1.3 million followers on Twitch, 368,000 subscribers on YouTube, 342,000 followers on Twitter, and 124,000 followers on Instagram.
Overall, his energetic personality and viral clips have generated a massive social media network which, in turn, has attracted an enormous fan base.
How Much Does ImperialHal Earn?
ImperialHal makes around $400,000 annually, summing up to $34,000 a month, by summing up his tournament winnings and twitch subscribers. However, note that these figures are merely a result of his massive fanbase in the form of Twitch viewers.
However, his total monthly earnings, including the salary earned from TSM and his sponsors, should be around $ 50,000 to $60,000.
Imperial is one of the more consistent Twitch streamers and streams almost everyday to more than ten thousand viewers for long hours. Additionally, he occasionally showcases his POV during tournaments giving viewers an in-depth view of how one of the best teams in the world play their games.
|Days of the week||Time|
|Mondays||12: 30 PM – 9:00 PM|
|Tuesdays||12:30 PM – 9:00 PM|
|Wednesdays||3:30 PM – 12:30 AM|
|Thursdays||2:30 PM – 9:00 PM|
|Fridays||2:30 PM – 9:00 PM|
|Saturdays||12:00 PM – 9:00 PM|
This schedule isn’t fixed and may change due to ImperialHal’s professional commitments.
ImperialHal has had several achievements in his gaming career. A few of them are mentioned below:
- First place in EXP Invitational: Apex Legends at X Games Minneapolis
- First place in Apex Legends Preseason Invitational
- First place in ALGS Online #2: North America
- First place in GLL Masters Spring: North America
- Third Place in ALGS Championship 2021: North America
- Third place in ALGS Winter Circuit Playoffs: North America
- First place in Nickmercs Gauntlet
- First place in ALGS: 2022 Split 1 Playoffs North America
- Sixth place in ALGS: 2002 Split 2 Playoffs
ImperialHal is known to be a spirited competitor who plays with high intensity. As a result, he has to face criticism from the Apex community for being too toxic and harsh while communicating with his teammates in the game.
However, in one instance, Tsquared, a veteran esports figure, and caster, harshly criticized ImperialHal for yelling at his teammates during a tournament in the ALGS mainstream. The pro player took it personally and called out Tsquared on Twitter.
In the end, Tsquared offered an apology to ImperialHal live on air but also said that it wasn’t a personal attack and instead was a simple assessment of the state of the TSM comms.