Tarik
Tarik

Tarik – Age, Height, Net Worth, Family Status and Complete Biography

Tarik is a full-time content creator and streamer for the esports team Sentinels. A former member of Counter Logic, Cloud 9, and Evil Geniuses, Tarik is a professional esports player and is currently focused on Valorant and Counter-Strike: Global Offensive streaming career. He retired from professionally competing in tournaments in 2021.

Overview

Real NameTarik Celik
NationalityUnited States
Birthday February 18, 1996 (Age: 26 Years)
Height5’ 11”
TeamSentinels
Currently PlayingValorant
Net Worth$1.5 million

Family

A little is known publicly about Tarik’s family, but he has a younger sister and brother. His family was against his career choice, especially after he dropped out of college, but now they are supportive of his esports and streaming career.

Other Interests

Basketball and exercising

Gaming Origins

Tarik has played video games his entire life. Even since his middle school years, Tarik had been interested in becoming a professional gamer.

He first watched Counter-Strike tournaments at a young age and admired one of the players, n0thing, who has now retired from professional gaming. Tarik signed with Netcodeguides.com in 2014, which was the start of his professional gaming career.

Tarik was thrilled to take over n0thing‘s spot on Cloud9 in August 2017; it was a dream come true for him, who had always aspired to become a pro when he was younger.

Professional Career

Tarik only finished his freshman year at college before leaving to pursue a career as a pro CS: GO player. Initially opposed, his parents are now wholly supportive. In fact, Tark’s mother, brother, and sister all go together to watch him play in major tournaments live every few months or so.

What is Tarik’s Net Worth?

Tarik Celik is considered one of the most notable esports players in the world. His talent for games has garnered him an estimated worth of $1.5 million, according to sources such as Wikipedia, Forbes, and Business Insider Magazine.

How Much Does Tarik Earn?

Tarik currently has over 1,800 subscribers on his Twitch channel. This gives him an estimated monthly revenue of $4,500. However, he also has other sources of income, such as tourney winnings, sponsorships, Twitch Cheer Bit contributions, and tips.

He also has an active YouTube channel which should only add to his income through revenue generated through ads on the channel.

Tarik also is under contract at Sentinels and receives a decent package for his content and promotions for the organization.

Streaming Hours

Tarik does not have a regular streaming schedule.

Official Handles

Achievements

Tarik has participated in over 147 tournaments to this day, winning 28 of them. He has also achieved runner-up position 17 times and was in the top 3 and semis position in another 33 tournaments. It is an impressive record for an esports player.

His participation and winnings in these 147 tournaments have bagged him a total of $800,000 in prize funds.

ELEAGUE Major: Boston 2018 is the biggest tournament win in his career, both prize-wise, as Tarik received a whopping $100,000 from that tournament alone, but also prestige-wise.

He also won the MVP award for his performance in the tournament and, to this day, is the only American to win an MVP at a Major.

Trivia

  • Tarik was brought up in New York in a mixed American & Turkish household.
  • His parents were against his career choice, especially after he dropped out of college in his freshman year.
  • Tarik can communicate fluently in English and Turkish because of his mixed upbringing.
  • Tarik represented Team USA at the 2015 World Championship and then switched to Team Turkey in 2016. He is one of the few players that have represented multiple countries at World Championship events.
  • Tarik is among the founding members of the Counter-Strike Professional Player’s Association.
  • He won the MVP at the ELEAGUE Major: Boston 2018 event. He is the only American player to win MVP at a Major event.

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