GoodGuyFitz is a 'YouTube' gamer from New Zealand. He is primarily known for his entertaining gaming content for popular games such as 'Fortnite,' 'Counter-Strike: Global Offensive,' and 'PUBG.' Also known as “Fitz,” GoodGuyFitz owns two 'YouTube' channels. His primary channel hosts gameplay videos with his funny commentaries. After a period of struggle, he finally rose to prominence after he began collaborating with popular gamers. His second channel offers deleted footages, bloopers, and other unseen footages. GoodGuyFitz is now regarded as one of the fastest-growing “YouTubers." Both his channels have millions of “views” and subscribers. GoodGuyFitz co-hosts 'The Misfits Podcast.' He also live-streams on 'Twitch.'
Birth & Early Life
GoodGuyFitz was born on September 17, 1996, in New Zealand. His real name is Cameron. He started his 'YouTube' journey after completing high school. He had enough free time before his university session began. Thus, he thought of giving 'YouTube' a try. GoodGuyFitz worked at a restaurant back then. The job earned him enough to pay his bills. However, he did not like his job.
GoodGuyFitz had no idea about which subjects to choose for his university session. Although he ended up selecting arts, he soon lost interest in the course and dropped out after a year. In one of his 'YouTube' videos, he has mentioned that he had dropped out not because he wanted to pursue 'YouTube,' but because he had no interest in studies. However, he was glad that he had become a "YouTuber" and had started earning enough to sustain.
Much before GoodGuyFitz started his 'YouTube' career, he would follow 'YouTube' channels, which later inspired him. Two of his favorite channels were 'Smosh' and 'Toby on the Tele.' Additionally, GoodGuyFitz watched 'Pewdiepie' and was a huge 'The Yogcast' fan. However, he eventually developed an interest in other genres. In his teens, GoodGuyFitz played 'Minecraft' games a lot.
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