• QuackityHQ is 18 years old
• He is mostly popular for crashing online multi-player games, including Roblox
• He has two YouTube channels, one with 1.9 million subscribers and another with 220,000 subscribers
• His net worth is estimated to be over $400,000
• He is active on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook


QuackityHQ Wiki Bio

QuackityHQ (real name Alexis) was born in Mexico on 28 December 2000, so under the zodiac sign of Capricorn and holding Mexican nationality – he is popular for his YouTube channel on which he mostly uploads gaming videos, especially Roblox content. He has recently changed his nickname from QuackityHQ to Quackity.

How old is QuackityHQ?

Quackity did not at first want to share his age with his fans, but after a while decided to please them – you can work out that as of mid-2019 he’s 18 years old.

Early life and education

Quackity is quite a secretive person when it comes to his personal matters, and hasn’t shared anything regarding his early life with his fans. He hasn’t talked about his parents either, but is rumored to have a brother who is a Roblox player as well, however, this hasn’t been confirmed and it is therefore not known if this was just one of Quackity’s jokes.

Quackity has been a gamer from a very young age, and has managed to gather many followers on his social media accounts. He has always preferred to stay at home and play games rather than to spend time with his peers, and thanks to the number of fans he has, he is able to raid games today.

Quackity just matriculated from high school this year, and it appears that the popular YouTuber is not planning on enrolling at college, but will rather focus on his career online.


Career of a YouTuber

Quackity’s career began the moment he launched his YouTube channel on 3 June 2013, and has so far gathered nearly 1.9 million subscribers and almost 150 million views of all his videos combined. Quackity is mostly uploading gaming videos, while he became famous thanks to his videos of raiding online multi-player games.

Quackity uploads somewhat different content to other YouTubers, as he is skilled at crashing video games. Crashing online video games works in a way that Quackity and many other people (6000 for example) rush into the game at the same time, forcing the game server to collapse – some of Quackity’s favorite games to collapse are Roblox, “Club Penguin” and “Club Penguin Island”, “Habo Hotel”, and “Animal Jam”. Quackity livestreamed on Twitch four years ago while crashing the “Toontown Rewritten” video game with 6000 other people.

The second most important part of his online career is his Twitch channel, which is currently followed by nearly 240,000 people, while Quackity has gathered more than 1.2 million views of all his livestreams combined. Quackity also has a second YouTube channel which he launched on 16 March 2014, and has so far gathered more than 220,000 subscribers and over 3.2 million views of his videos – he mostly uses this channel for uploading “Minecraft” videos.

Raiding the games

Quackity doesn’t usually raid games for no reason – on 13 January 2018 he raided “Club Penguin” for the first time, and told his fans to dress up as the “Monsters Inc.” character named Mike Wazowski as a sign of protest against the removal of free trials from the game. He raided the game for the second time on 1 September 2018, because the owners of the game decided that a player has to purchase membership if he wants to advance in the game. Most of these videos can be found on Quackity’s YouTube channel.

Quackity is mostly popular for what he did with the Roblox game, as he’s raided it three times. The first time he crashed the game and managed to shut down the Roblox forums for a short period of time, while its website wasn’t working for a couple of hours. Things became even more serious when he raided the game the second time, when Roblox decided to shut down their forums permanently because of him.

“Animal Jam” is another video game Quackity likes to raid – he raided the game on 22 December 2018 and asked his fans to all use the penguin character and dress in yellow. Then he asked them to say phrases which are not allowed in game, and which usually end up being blocked, and then asked them to tweet on the Animal Jam Twitter account, which became an internet sensation as people from all around the world decided to join Quackity. His IP was eventually banned, but after he continued raiding the game, the owners of the game decided it might still be better to unban him.

Discord ban

Quackity seems to have been banned from Discord for no apparent reason, and he therefore sent the administrators a message asking them to unban him, and to check their Trust & Safety Team because he’d done nothing wrong. He then told his fans to flood Twitter with the hashtag #DiscordUnbanQuackity, which became the second most used hashtag ever, right after #Brexit.

Love life and relationships

Quackity is a very secretive person, who hasn’t shared anything about his past affairs, including if he is currently seeing anyone. He is rumored to have been going out with one of his female fans for a couple of months now, who seems to be mesmerized by the popular YouTuber. However, as per normal for him, none of this has been confirmed by Quackity.

Judging by his social media accounts, as of mid-2019 Quackity appears to be single, hasn’t married, and doesn’t have any kids.

Other interests and likes

It isn’t known what Quackity’s other interests might be, as he has never talked about them with his fans. All of his videos are focused on video games (and crashing them) which leaves very little space for him to talk about himself. He is said not to be much of an outdoors person, as he misses his computer the moment he leaves his house, while others claim that Quackity was somewhat sportive during the four years he spent at high school.

Appearance and net worth

Quackity is currently 18 years old. He has short black hair but almost always wears a cap, has brown eyes, but his height and weight are unknown.

According to authoritative sources, his current net worth is estimated to be more than $400,000, and is steadily rising thanks to his YouTube channel.


Social media presence

Quackity is quite active on several social media platforms – he launched his Twitter account in December 2013, and has so far gathered more than 270,000 followers and tweeted over 1,800 times. His Instagram account is followed by nearly 200,000 people, while he has uploaded over 60 pictures onto it – he has a Facebook profile as well, but seems to be using it just to stay in touch with his friends and family.



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