Nicewigg – Age, Height, Net Worth, Family Status and Complete Biography
Jack “NiceWigg” Martin is an American caster and player who is currently working for 100 Thieves as a streamer. He has earned more than 490,000 followers for his Apex Legends gaming streams.
He received his education in the US, where he was born. He met the love of his life at TwitchCon 2019, according to a post by Kristyn. On Twitch, he has worked with Aceu. He shared a picture of himself and Vinnie Hacker in November 2021, referring to Hacker as his “long-lost brother.” Both his older sibling and parents have expressed strong support for his choice of profession. He also owns a pet dog.
Besides streaming, he loves watching anime. He is also passionate about bodybuilding.
NiceWigg began playing professional Call of Duty as an adolescent after growing up with computer games. But he chose to give Apex Legends a shot when it was launched in February 2019. He quickly developed a passion for it and has continued to do so ever since. He was a personal trainer before going into broadcasting full-time.
In February 2019, he began Twitch livestreaming, and in March, he began publishing videos to his YouTube account. Conveniently for him, Dizzy welcomed him in April 2019 after NiceWigg slaughtered him in-game, which resulted in an increase in views for his account. In the following period, he was added to CLG’s pro squad. He stayed with them until August 2020, when he made the decision to walk away from the organization.
What is Nicewigg’s Net Worth?
Nicewigg is estimated to have a total net worth of $59,036.
How Much Does Nicewigg Earn?
He should ideally make a minimum of $23,100 USD every month, according to estimates.
- Sunday – Friday: 10 pm to 6 am UTC
- Tenth position in TwitchCon San Diego 2022
- Fifth position in Twitch Rivals – Showdown
- Fifth position in GLL Masters Spring – North America
- Third position in Disguised Toast’s: Hide and Seek Invitational
- The second position in Twitch Rivals – Apex Legends Showdown North America
- First position in ALGS Summer Circuit #1 – Americas
- The second position in Code Red #4
- First position in 368: Apex Legends Preseason Invitational
- The second position in TwitchCon San Diego 2019
- NiceWigg was considered to be among the top controller players on PC and was also regarded as the best Octane player in the world when Apex Legends was initially launched.
- He addresses his fans and followers as WiggNation