About Myth

Known as Myth or TSM Myth, Ali Kabbani is an American Twitch streamer, professional Fortnite player and YouTuber. His former nickname is TheMyth. As of May 2021, he has over 7 million followers and over 127 million views on Twitch, making him the 8th most followed channel. Ali is designated as the captain of the Fortnite stream for Team SoloMid

Who is Myth?

Myth was born on May 24, 1999, in Michigan. Ali loved playing games from early childhood, he started playing games at the age of 4. His brothers introduced him to Halo: Combat Evolved on the Xbox, and later his brother-in-law bought for him his own Xbox live account when he was 10-year-old. When he was in high school, he became obsessed with League of Legends, and it was his main game. This was until 2017 when they released Fortnite, and he switched to that.

Twitch & Gaming Career

Ali joined Twitch in 2016 and started his streaming career. He began streaming a game called "Paragon", a free-to-play multiplayer online battle arena game developed by Epic Games. The game was later removed. When Fortnite was released on July 25, 2017, Myth decided to stream this game, which was the reason for his massive success. Ali has a talent for Fortnite, he quickly gained high-level editing, building, and shooting skills that helped to boost his reputation. While playing Fortnite, his streams blew up, and he became one of the most followed streamers on Twitch. He had over 200,000 followers on Twitch at the end of January 2018. 

In early 2018, TSM created a brand new team for Fortnite. Myth was the first member and captain of the new group. When they announced it, Myth said: "This is like a little boy's dream come true. It may sound odd, but it's insanely nostalgic for me. I remember not so long ago watching and falling in love with TSM as they competed in League tournaments and thinking to myself how amazing it must feel to accomplish your wildest dreams. Being able to represent them in Fortnite is less than just me being a part of TSM and more about me kicking ass with my favourite childhood superhero. I'm honoured and ready to show people what TSM will do in Fortnite.". The team consists of Daequan, Darryle "Hamlinz" Hamlin and Juan "CaMiLLs" Camilla. Myth had a variety of hosts on his streams, featuring various popular streamers such as Pokimane and summit1g. 

How many followers and viewers does Myth have?

As of today (24/05/21), Myth's Twitch channel has more than 7,2 million followers, and that makes him the 8th most followed Twitch streamer. He has more than 155,000,000 views in total on his channel. His streams averagely watch around 10,000 viewers, he peaked with 20,682 viewers. Myth has streamed in total almost 10,000 hours.

Myth also has YouTube Channel with more than 4,6 million subscribers and more than 330 million views.

The Most Viewed Myth's Videos

#1Myth vs Tfue - Pro Playgrounds (1v1 BUILD BATTLES!)10 177 098 views
#2DAEQUAN IS IN MY GAME?! SOLO SHOWDOWN WIN (Fortnite BR Full Match)7 140 290 views
#3SM Myth - THE DUO YOU'VE ALL BEEN WAITING FOR.. (Fortnite BR Full Match)6 258 218 views
To the date 28/5/21

How much does Myth earn from Twitch and YouTube? Net Worth!

Myth has an estimated net worth of $4 million. Ali makes money through donations, ad revenue, bits and subscribers. We do not know his exact subscriber count, so we cannot say 100% how much he earns. If we say Myth has around 5 000 subs, it should be approximately $12,000 per month from subscription-only. On YouTube, he gets an averagely of about 100,000 views per day from different sources. This should generate an estimated revenue of around $500 per day from the ads that appear on the videos.

Interesting Facts

  • In March 2019, Apex Legends paid large sums to streamers to stream their game. For example, Ninja was paid $1 million while Kabbani was paid an undisclosed amount.
  • Myth was part of the Twitch Rivals in the game Valorant as TSM's team leader.
  • Ali enrolled for the Ninja Vegas Tournament in 2018. He was on the side stage with 3 other players, even next to Ninja himself.