Symfuhny is a famous American 'Twitch' gamer who is known for his 'Fortnite' game streams. He began his gaming career through 'Twitch' in 2018 and now has over 500 thousand followers on the platform. Since the beginning of his career, Symfuhny has been participating in various solo and duo tournaments. He has teamed up with gamers such as Zayt, Snood, Nate Hill, and SypherPK. Symfuhny has earned immense popularity through his 'Fortnite' live-streaming projects. He also posts gameplay videos on his 'YouTube' channel. In his debut year, Symfuhny won prize money worth over $20,000 from a single game, which is the highest in his career to date.
- He published his first 'Twitch' live stream in June 2018. He made his solo debut with the 'Summer Skirmish Series NA - Week,' an eight-week online event series hosted by 'Epic Games.' He ended up at the 12th place in the tournament. The following month, he again participated in the same tournament. However, this time his performance was worse. He was at the 32nd place by the end of the tournament.Recommended Lists:
Recommended Lists:Symfuhny participated in the 'Summer Skirmish Series NA' and played along with popular 'Fortnite' player Zayt. The duo ranked third on both the first and the second days of the tournament's seventh week. He then teamed up with Christian "Snood" Hastie, a 'Ghost Gaming' player, for the 'Fall Skirmish Series,' which is a six-week online event series hosted by 'Epic Games.' The team earned the fifth spot in the first week of the series. In October 2018, Symfuhny again played the 'Fall Skirmish Series' with 'Faze Clan' player Nate Hill and was at the fourth position by the end of the fifth week. The following month, he and 'Luminosity Gaming' streamer Ali "SypherPK" Hassan teamed up for the 'BoomTV/Code Red' series, a 'Fortnite Esports' event. They ranked second in the series.In December 2018, Symfuhny played 'Winter Royale,' an online solo event hosted by 'Epic Games.' Unfortunately, his performance was not up to the mark and he was at the 97th position in the series final.On October 28, 2018, Symfuhny received a cash prize of over $20,000 from the 'Fortnite Fall Skirmish Series - Week 6 - Stream-Vitational.' He finished at the 11th spot in the tournament and made up about 16.40% percent of the total prize money he won. This is the highest cash prize from a single tournament that Symfuhny has won to date.Symfuhny publishes his gameplay videos on his 'Twitch' account and 'YouTube' channel. He also live-streams on ‘Twitch,’ where he has a decent following. He created his 'YouTube' channel in April 2014. The channel primarily hosts his game videos. It now has over 274 thousand subscribers. Symfuhny is also active on other social-media platforms, such as 'Instagram' and 'Twitter,' where his posts have earned him over 385 thousand and 86 thousand followers, respectively.Continue Reading Below