• Aaron Ash (Yamimash) is a 28 year old YouTuber, vlogger and professional gamer.
• His net worth is estimated to be over $600,000, with assets including a 2001 Peugeot 206.
• He began his career in 2009, uploading videos of gameplays such as God Of War 3 and Call Of Duty.
• Yamimash has collaborated with other YouTube gamers such as Edge and Markiplier.
• His social media presence includes over 6,000 Instagram followers, 280,000 Twitter fans, and 2,500 Facebook followers.
Who is Yamimash?
Aaron Ash, better known by his nickname Yamimash or Yami, was born on 25 August 1991, in Warwick, England, so is currently aged 28. He is a YouTuber, vlogger and professional gamer, who is recognized for his comments on such games as “Five Nights At Freddy’s” and “Slender”.
Yamimash Net Worth and Assets
Career started in 2009. Now his net worth is over $600,000, which includes such assets as a 2001 Peugeot 206.
Early Life and Education
Yamimash apparently spent his childhood in his hometown of Warwick. According to his private Facebook account, Yamimash was a student at Leamington College.
Career as a YouTube Gamer
When it comes to speak about his career, he launched his official YouTube channel under the username ‘Yamimash’ in June of 2007, but his career officially began in 2009, when he started uploading videos. In the early beginning, he was playing “God Of War 3” and producing GOW3 videos, then started playing another game entitled “Call Of Duty”, so he had just a two-game channel for a while.
At the time, he did not do commentary and facecam, until he realized that it would help him to increase his fan base and grow popularity, as the gaming industry began to expand. In 2012, Yamimash increased the number of his games, such as “Dream Of The Blood Moon”, “Hotel 626”, “MAZE”, “White Noise”, “Slender”, among many others. He has also uploaded gameplay videos for “Pokémon” and “Minecraft”. Some of his most popular videos are “Five Nights At Freddy’s 2 Animation | FUNNY MOMENTS” with over 13 million views, “MISTY’S NAKED? | Pokemon Uncensored Edition | 3”, viewed more than three million times, and “Slender vs Freddy” with over 2.3 million views.
Although he is probably best recognized for being a solo game player, Yamimash also increased his popularity thanks to a few collaborations with such YouTube gamers as Edge, with whom he uploaded 20 videos for the game “Bloody Trapland”, as well as for other games including “Terraria” and “Slendytubbies”. He has also collaborated with Shane, better known by the nickname AaroInTheKnee – the two played such games as “Legend Of Zelda”, “Minecraft” and “YOGBOX”, etc. Their YouTube series for “Minecraft” is the longest they have ever made, with more than 50 episodes. Yamimash has also worked with Markiplier on various videos.
In January of 2016, Yamimash was the center of attention due to a scandal when another YouTuber known as Keemstar uploaded video revealing information that Yamimash was flirting with a 14-year-old girl, to whom he sent pictures of his genitals. Afterwards, Yamimash released the video “My Side Explained” with his ex-girlfriend, stating that he had a conversation with the girl, but he did not send any naked pictures, and accusing her of being an attention-seeker.
NOW: What happened to him?
Although Yamimash proved his innocence, the number of fans went down due to the scandal, so he uploaded the video entitled “My Channel Is Dead” in February of 2017, and decided to quit his career in October of the same year. However, he returned to the gaming scene and started releasing videos in early 2018.
this is my new fav gym selfie until i take another one pic.twitter.com/CyvvConBRp
— Yamimash (@Yamimash) August 19, 2019
If to talk about his personal life, Yamimash tends to keep his privacy far away from the eye of the public. Nonetheless, it is known that he was dating a girl named Jessica from mid-2013 until 2017, when the couple broke up. It is believed that he is currently single. His residence is still in his hometown.
Social Media Presence
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Source: IMDb, Wikipedia