JoeWo – Age, Height, Net Worth, Family Status and Complete Biography
Joseph Wohala, also known as JoeWo or NRG JoeWo, is a professional Call of Duty: Warzone player who plays for NRG Esports, a popular and successful gaming organization based in Los Angeles, USA. He gained fame and garnered recognition after competing in community qualifier tournaments, including NickMerc’s MFAM Warzone tournament series.
On top of that, he serves a substantial YouTube and Twitch following by creating and uploading exciting gaming content. Besides, he occasionally streams as well.
JoeWo has a twin sister. Both the Wohala siblings were raised by their mother in Cleveland, Ohio. Unfortunately, his father passed away when he was young, so he has always lacked a father figure in his life.
However, his mother has worked very hard to put food on the table and ensure that both JoeWo and his sister got the best childhood possible in such circumstances.
He isn’t married yet and hasn’t revealed any details about his dating life. Also, he has a dog named Bolt, seemingly a Barbet.
Apart from participating in professional gaming tournaments and creating gaming content, JoeWo has an avid interest in music. He loves to travel and attend concerts in various parts of North America, which is evident from his visit to the Wiz Khalifa concert held in Raleigh, North Carolina.
Moreover, he has a unique attraction towards several sports cars, such as the Lamborghini and Porsche, which he is frequently spotted with.
JoeWo grew up in an open-minded modern family that allowed him to indulge more in his hobbies, specifically gaming. He used to play games with his father, and at times, his sister used to fill in for his dad. However, his father’s health declined gradually, and he found himself gaming more extensively to escape from the reality of the situation.
Once his father passed away, his mother became the family’s sole earning member and carried all the responsibilities. Eventually, they moved to North Carolina when JoeWo was in second grade.
Since he couldn’t financially afford to sacrifice his education and take up gaming as a career, he resorted to gaming as a hobby. This habit helped him sharpen his gaming skills in silence.
After finishing high school, he got into the University of North Carolina in Wilmington. As his mother requested that he complete his studies, he focused on academics and graduated in April 2020 with impeccable results.
Upon graduating, he faced the option of applying to a graduate school for further studies. Nevertheless, he chose to pursue full-time content creation and gaming as his career.
Once he started gaming, there was no holding him back. He started streaming on Twitch and took part in various Warzone esports tournaments like NickMerc’s MFAM Warzone series. His exceptional gaming skills earned him invitations to numerous competitions in which he delivered astonishing performances.
In 2021, NRG Esports recognized his talent and signed JoeWo on 6th February, paving the way for the beginning of his professional career.
Unlike most gamers who start with lesser-known esports organizations, JoeWo started his professional gaming career with NRG Esports. Due to his fast-paced in-game movement, he is widely known as the “Movement King.”
Qualifying for 45 Warzone tournaments in a span of 3 years has allowed him to amass $139,000 in prize money. This figure might not be as rich compared to other gamers, but it’s noteworthy that JoeWo collected a significant percentage of this prize money before playing for a renowned esports company.
JoeWo is also known as NRG JoeWo and King JoeWo. He is a tremendously talented Call of Duty: Warzone player while primarily being a famous Twitch streamer and YouTube content creator. Due to his non-gaming origins and humility, he has successfully won the hearts of the youth all over the world.
Given below are a few highlights from JoeWo’s professional gaming career.
- JoeWo joined YouTube to open his gaming channel on 21st December.
- JoeWo created his Twitch channel on 29th March.
- JoeWo secured third place in the Syndicate Sundays US Warzone tournament.
- He came second in NICKMERCS June MFAM Gauntlet Week 1 Qualifiers.
- A tough fight earns him the fourth position in NICKMERCS MFAM Gauntlet June Main Event.
- In NICKMERCS MFAM Gauntlet July (Trios Event), he secured fifth place.
- After failing to secure first place in a series of tournaments, he is named the champion of NICKMERCS July MFAM Gauntlet Week 2 Qualifiers.
- He earned the runner-up title in NICKMERCS July MFAM Gauntlet Week 3 Qualifiers.
- In a tournament named Twitch Rivals COD Warzone Showdown NA, organized primarily for Twitch streamers, he’s only able to grab the 13th position.
- He took part in and destroys Vikkstar’s Warzone Showdown tournament by grabbing the first position in weeks 4 and 6 with a second-place venture in week 2.
- In October, he won the Vikkstar’s Warzone Showdown: Grand Finals.
- By participating in 13 tournaments, he’s able to collect $33,000 as prize winnings.
- JoeWo started the year with a bang by claiming the champion title in the eFuse | eRena Community Showdown Invitational.
According to esports statistics, JoeWo ranks 258th among the best players in the United States of America while being in the top 1500 gamers globally.
What is JoeWo’s Net Worth?
JoeWo has an estimated net worth of $300,000. However, this figure is an estimation and doesn’t include his earnings from NRG’s and Coca-Cola’s sponsorship deal. His true net worth lies in the range of $1 million to $3 million.
How Much Does JoeWo Earn?
Among the list of highest-earning gamers in the world, JoeWo ranks 22nd. According to reports, he makes around $60,000 per month. Although this income includes the revenue from his Twitch and YouTube channels, it doesn’t account for his sponsorship deals with different brands such as Coca-Cola.
Due to many professional commitments, JoeWo doesn’t have a fixed streaming schedule. However, he streams almost twice or thrice every week. A quick overview of his streaming channels will help you conclude that he’s more active on Twitch than on YouTube.
His last stream continued from 27th April 2022 to 28th April 2022 with a break from 4:00 AM to 10:00 PM.
JoeWo has had numerous achievements in his professional career due to his spectacular performances in different esports tournaments. A few of them are mentioned below:
- 1st position in NICKMERCS July MFAM Gauntlet Week 2
- 2nd position in NICKMERCS July MFAM Gauntlet Week 3 Qualifier
- 2nd position in Vikkstar’s Warzone Showdown: Week 4
- 1st position in Vikkstar’s Warzone Showdown: Week 6
- 1st position in Vikkstar’s Warzone Showdown: Grand Finals 2020
- 1st position in Twitch Rivals: Apex Legends Showdown
- 1st position in Atlanta FaZe Gold Rush
- 1st position in Vikkstar’s Warzone Showdown 2: Grand Finals 2021
- 1st position in eFuse | eRena Community Showdown Invitational
At the beginning of 2022, accusations that JoeWo resorts to hacking in Warzone resurfaced via a few clips from 2021. To retaliate and prove his innocence, he launched a supposedly “toxic” YouTube video, slamming everyone who accused him of cheating.
He was quoted saying – “I’m tired of being harassed over, and over, and over, on every video, every post, and every tweet.”
In addition, he mentions that it’s easy to accuse people of wrongdoings as it’s usually a tactic to instigate a reaction. However, he has spent sleepless nights working in his professional career, so such allegations impact him deeply.