GEORGENOTFOUND rose to fame in the early 2010s after he began posting videos on YouTube.
He has since started posting videos on Twitch as well and now fans want to know more about him.
Who is GeorgeNotFound from Twitch?
Georgenotfound, whose real name is George Henry Davidson, is a popular YouTuber and Twitch streamer.
Born November 1, 1996, in London, Davidson is known for posting Minecraft videos and has been seen over the years collaborating with several stars, including Sapnap, BadBoyHalo, and Dream.
He first joined YouTube in 2013 and has since gained over 10.5million subscribers.
Davidson’s videos have also been viewed over 580million times.
Since joining Twitch, he has also found much success and now has close to 5million followers as of this writing.
When Davidson is not streaming, he can often be found posting about his life and travels on Instagram to over three million followers.
What is GeorgeNotFound’s net worth?
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Over the years, several people have been able to make a fortune off video games.
Davidson is among the gamers who have earned a pretty penny as he now boasts a multi-million dollar net worth.
While his exact net worth is unclear, it is reportedly anywhere between $2million and $3million.
This estimate comes from his streaming success as well as other business ventures.
The gamer is rumored to make over $70,000 a month for every video he posts on YouTube due to views and ads.
What condition does GeorgeNotFound suffer from?
Over the years, Davidson has been very open with fans about his life and health.
In April 2020, he revealed on Twitter that he suffers from Strong Protan color blindness, which is a type of red-green color blindness.
While there might not be a cure, the condition typically responds well with EnChroma color blind glasses.
That same year, he also posted a video titled Minecraft, But I’m Not Colorblind Anymore, where he recorded his reaction to gaming with colorblind glasses for the first time.
“I try out colorblind glasses that allow me to see normal colors for the first time in my entire life! This was insane,” he wrote in the caption.
Protan color blindness makes up approximately 20 percent of all color blindness cases, according to Pilestone.
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