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Who is Tmartn?
Trevor Martin is a YouTube personality best known for posting various gaming videos on his YouTube channel called Tmartn. He became popular after posting various videos about the “Call of Duty” video game franchise, and he also features other games on a secondary channel. He’s been active on the website since 2010, and also runs a YouTube vlog alongside girlfriend Chelsea Kreiner. He’s been featured in other “Call of Duty” related channels too, and has had other personalities featured in his channel as well.
Tmartn Net Worth
How rich is Tmartn? As of early-2018, sources inform us of a net worth that is at $1.5 million, mostly earned through success on YouTube. His popularity on the website has also led him to other opportunities in business. He continues to post videos on multiple channels, and as he continues his career, it is expected that his wealth will also continue to increase.
Tmartn YouTube, Social Media
He’s played games such as “Fortnite”, “South Park: The Fractured But Whole”, and “Rainbow Six Siege”. He plays a lot of other first person shooters on the channel, and it has also grown to have over three million subscribers. His videos often have over 20,000 views and the recent videos are entitled “Pontiac Firebird”, “South Park: The Fractured But Whole DLC”, and “Michel Jackson & Little Boys Boss Fight”. His most popular videos have over 6.5 million views and these include “Super Cooper Sunday”, “Shark Attack! PSVR”, and “What do dogs do when they’re home alone?”
He also maintains a third channel he shares with fellow YouTuber and girlfriend Chelsea Kreiner. The vlog channel is called Trev and Chels focusing more on vlog content. Their videos often get more than 300,000 views and some of their videos include “Falcon Heavy Rocket Launch Vlog”, and “Making Her Dreams Come True”. Their most popular videos have more than a million views, and they include “Surviving Hurricane Matthew”, “PlayStation VR Scare Prank on Girlfriend”, and “Girlfriend Plays Shark Attack”. The success of these three channels has elevated his net worth significantly.
I'M IN pic.twitter.com/SZ1g3C6sgw
— TmarTn (@TmarTn) April 25, 2018
He’s also active on other social media sites including Instagram which he has over 600,000 followers. His page often has pictures of his travels, daily endeavors, and pictures of his girlfriend as well as his dog. He owns two Twitter accounts including TmarTn which has over 1.7 million followers. The page posts mainly content about “Call of Duty”, his YouTube channel, or various “Call of Duty” related memes. His second Twitter account is TmarTn2 which has over 77,000 followers and mainly promotes content of his second YouTube gaming channel.
TmarTn Age, Height, Education
Martin was born on 4 September 1992, in Daytona Beach, Florida, USA. He is listed as having a height of 6 feet four inches, or 1.93 meters, with green eyes and brown hair. Prior to starting a career in YouTube, he studied finance during college.
What is the TmarTn CSGOLotto Scandal?
In 2016, TmarTn and another popular YouTuber, Thomas “Syndicate” Cassell, started promoting the infamous “CS:GO” gambling website CSGOLotto. The website allows players of the video game to use real money to try and gamble to get expensive in-game content such as weapon skins. They promoted videos that they were winning on the website, urging their viewers to try their hand at doing so as well. However, they failed to disclose the fact that they were part owners of the website which eventually led to questions and complaints, which eventually reached the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), leading to an investigation of the two, and a possible settlement. After the issue became viral, TmarTn posted a video apologizing for his lack of disclosure on his assets with the website. The settlement order was eventually concluded with no immediate financial penalty, leaving them unscathed after the issue. If deeper violations were found, they would’ve faced civil penalties of up to $40,000.