Melser – Age, Height, Net Worth, Family Status and Complete Biography
Marco “Melser” Amaro is a Chilean Valorant player currently playing for the Argentina-based organization Kru Esports. After beginning his Valorant career in 2020, he quickly climbed the success ladder and solidified his position among the best players in South America. Melser is known to be a skilled duelist and the first one to enter a game site.
This Chilean player has won several tournaments, including the VCT 2021 Challengers 2, VCT 2022 Stage 1 Challengers, and VCT 2022 Stage 2 Challengers Playoffs.
|Real Name||Marco Amaro|
|Birthday||May 12, 1995 (Age: 28 Years)|
Melser kicked off his professional Valorant journey in 2020 by joining the team Dylema Gaming. With his 3-year Valorant career, he has switched between four teams.
In 2021, he signed up with Australs and helped the Chilean team to make notable achievements. Melser won the 2021 VCT: LAS Stage 1 Challengers 2, 2021 VCT: LATAM South Stage 1 Masters, and placed 2nd at the 2021 VCT: LATAM Stage 3 Challengers Playoffs and 2021 VCT: South America Last Chance Qualifier.
In November of that year, Melser signed up with the Argentina-based esports organization Leviatan. With his unique playstyle, he quickly cemented his position among the best players in South America. He led Leviatan to win the 2022 VCT: LAS Stage 1 Challengers, 2022 VCT: LATAM Stage 2 Challengers Playoffs, and finished in 2nd place at 2022 VCT: LATAM Stage 1 Challengers Playoffs.
In October 2022, he joined the KRU Esports and is still a part of this top-tier Latin American team. This year, he took KRU to the 2023 Valorant Champions, where they finished in 13th- 16th place.
Melser is listed among the most promising and successful Valorant players.
What Is The Melser’s Net Worth?
Melser’s net worth is estimated to be $39,484.
How Much Does The Melser Earn?
The highest amount of prize money that Melser earned was $40,000 from the 2022 Valorant Champions.
Apart from tournament winnings, he is known to earn a considerable amount from sponsorships, team salary, streaming, ads, subscriptions, and other sources.
There’s no specific information on the streaming schedule or hours of Melser.
Some of his best achievements are as follows:
- 2023 Valorant Champions (13th – 16th): $20,000
- 2022 Valorant Champions (7th – 8th): $40,000
- 2022 VCT: LATAM Stage 2 Challengers Playoffs (1st): $25,000
- 2022 VCT: LATAM Stage 1 Challengers Playoffs (2nd): $12,500
- 2022 VCT: LAS Stage 1 Challengers (1st): $7,000
- 2021 VCT: South America Last Chance Qualifier (2nd): $9,716
- 2021 VCT: LATAM Stage 3 Challengers playoffs (2nd): $7,500
- 2021 VCT: LATAM South Stage 1 Masters (1st): $15,000
- 2021 VCT: LAS Stage 1 Challengers 2 (1st): $2,500
Some trivial facts about Melser include the following:
- Melser has 18.5K followers on Twitch, 29.6K on Twitter, and 13K on Instagram.
- He is one of the most famous Valorant players of South America.
- He is popular as an expert duelist.