Bay Area Buggs Wiki Bio, Real Face/Name
Brandon Tourney was born on 2 November 1992 in California, USA which means that he is 26 years old and his zodiac sign is Scorpio. Brandon, whose nationality is American, is best known under his pseudonym Bay Area Buggs as a YouTuber and gamer, and in that field he has made videos such as “Wreckfest – Episode 40 – Divided Nation (Multiplayer)(Part 2)” and “Real Boxing – Episode 3 – Roosters Final”. Being successful his endeavours, Bay Area Buggs gained recognition among the audience, which also poses some questions regarding his early life and formative years.
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YouTube content creator has a net worth of over $2.2 million. However, he hasn’t spoken about his assets, such as vehicles and houses, but Tourney is seemingly able to take care of himself financially. Being a YouTuber, he makes money every time an ad is displayed with his videos, and gets paid directly to promote brands on his channel. He also makes money through merchandise sales.
Bay Area Buggs is in the entertainment field, which naturally means that he is active on social media, which he uses to promote his work as well as to communicate with his fans. Brandon has Twitter and Instagram accounts, and is followed by over 60,000 people on the former and more than 100,000 on the latter. Some of his latest posts on Twitter include a Tweet reading “The A/C in my house stopped working a couple days ago, hopefully it will get fixed today! Then I can return to my office without it being 90+ and start making videos again!”, in which he explained why he was absent from YouTube. One fan went on to comment how they heard that Brandon was in jail, but it seems as if that’s just a false rumor.
Bay Area Buggs shares photos from his private life on Instagram, allowing his fans to take a closer look at what’s going on behind the scene. Tourney has recently posted a photo of himself and his new puppy, named Trinity. He went on to add “First week with Trinity has ended. She is an absolute handful but learning quickly. She’s going to be a very intelligent girl!”. His fans seem to have loved the photo as they left numerous comments underneath it. However, some of the people in the comments asked him why he stopped uploading YouTube videos, saying how much they miss him. Besides that, Brandon posted a photo from a vacation he spent in Cozumel, Belize and Roatán. Seemingly, he had a good time “unplugging from technology and taking in this beautiful world with an amazing group of people”.
Bay Area Buggs made his debut in “GTA IV Liberty City D.O.T Texture Mod” in 2012 and went on to make more gaming videos, such as “GTA IV Elmira, NY police texture mod”, “Paramedics Plus Ambulance Texture” and “GTA IV LCPDFR Let’s Play Episode 5 – Snow Patrol!”, with the latter video receiving 110,000 views and a positive response from the audience. In 2013, Brandon made videos including “GTA IV LCPDFR SP #25 – Bus Pursuit!”, “GTA IV LCPDFR MP #50 – State Day (Vermont)” and “Euro Truck Simulator 2 – Road Trip 4 with Buggs”.
Most Successful Videos
When it comes to Brandon’s most successful videos, those include “GTA 5 Roleplay – DOJ 396 – Fastest Speeding Ticket”, which has been watched by 6 million people, “GTA 5 Roleplay – DOJ 247 – Super Car Speeders (Criminal)”, “GTA 5 Roleplay – DOJ 190 – Amphibious ATVs (Criminal)”, with 4 million views and “GTA 5 Roleplay – DOJ 186 – Skyline Street Race (Criminal)”, watched by four million people. Besides that, his other popular videos include “GTA 5 Roleplay – DOJ 374 – Mis-Identification” and “GTA 5 Roleplay – DOJ 298 – Biker Madness (Criminal)”, both also watched more than a million times.
As mentioned, Tourney went on a YouTube break and decided to dedicate more of his time to himself. His most recent videos were uploaded four months ago, and include “Wreckfest – Episode 40 – Divided Nation (Multiplayer)(Part 2)”, “Wreckfest – Episode 39 – Getting Wrecked (Multiplayer)” and “BeamNG – Episode 1 – Police Pursuits”. Overall, his videos have been watched 620 million times, which certainly plays a significant role with his finances. Being hardworking and talented, Bay Area Buggs rose to fame and gained more attention in the media, and we are sure there is more for him to come career-wise.