Jaryd ‘Summit1G’ Lazar
Retired Competitive CS:GO Player & Streamer
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Scoped Sensitivity M.
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1 / 5 / 2 / 2
0 / 0 / 0 / 0
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Summit1G is called Jaryd Russell Lazar and is currently a popular content creator on streaming site Twitch.
Summit1G makes his money through streaming on Twitch and with an average of over 13,000 subscribers, it is claimed that he makes $50,000 per month and $1,400,000 per year.
While those figures are not confirmed, they also would not include any sponsorship deals that Summit1G currently has.
According to claims online, Summit1G is currently worth $7.5 million, however these figures are often estimated and often inflated.
Summit1G made has name while playing as a professional competitive player on Counter Strike Global Offensive (CS:GO).
He has become well known for his gaming ability and willingness to play titles that are not always at the forefront of the gaming market.
Summit1G was married to Desirae Lazar however the pair unfortunately divorced in 2017.
The pair remain to be good friends and Desirae continues to manage the Summit1G brand.
Reports claim that he is now dating a girl called Caroline who goes by the alias LilChiipmunk.
Jaryd ‘Summit1G’ Lazar was born 23rd April 1987.
Jaryd ‘Summit1G’ Lazar is a popular Twitch streamer from America and is also a retired competitive CSGO player who made his name playing for two recreational teams, A51 and Team Mythic but with Valorant set to be a sure-fire choice for the streamer, we have Summit1G Valorant keybinds and settings for you.
Known as more of a variety streamer that enjoys FPS games, he regularly attracts thousands of viewers to his stream as they flood to watch his CS:GO and Call of Duty WarZone gameplay as well as survival title Escape from Tarkov, H1Z1, PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, GTA V role play and formerly Sea of Thieves.
A long standing content creator, Summit1G has been streaming on Twitch for a long time, starting back in 2012 and saw his channel peak while he watched Team Mythic compete at ECS Qualifiers for CS:GO.