Coby ‘Dizzy’ Meadows
Coby Meadows commonly known as “Dizzy” is a Retired Professional Apex Legends player. Coby used to play for NRG Esports and is currently a Free Agent. Just at the age of 20 Dizzy is not just a Professional player but, also a Twitch Streamer and has more than 800k followers on Twitch. According to Top Twitch Streamers Dizzy’s monthly salary estimate is around $4200.
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|Polling Rate||Mouse Invert||Mouse Acceleration|
|Tactical Ability||Ultimate Ability||Melee|
|Inventory||Crouch (Hold)||Crouch (Toggle)|
|Aim (Hold)||Interact / Pickup||Health Item|
|Shield Toggle||Equip Grenade||Jump|
Dizzy’s Fortnite Video Settings
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|Field of View||Effects Detail||Model Detail|
|Texture Streaming Budget||Sun Shadow Coverage||Volumetric Lightning|
|Anti-Aliasing||V-Sync||Color Blind Mode|
|Ragdolls||Impact Marks||Ambient Occlusion Quality|
|Adaptive Resolution FPS||Texture Filtering||Dynamic Spot Shadows|
|Sun Shadow Detail||Spot Shadow Detail|
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Dizzy’s Most Popular Video
Coby “Dizzy” Meadows was born in Florida on May 19, 2001. Dizzy was interested in gaming since his childhood day and the ever-increasing popularity of gaming as an industry is providing a lot of passionate players the opportunity to approach their desired career in the gaming industry as a Streamer, Content Creator or Professional Gamer. Dizzy was one of those players who wanted to become successful in the gaming industry and to approach that career Dizzy made his Youtube Channel just at the age of 12 on June 13, 2013. Dizzy also made his Twitch Channel on November 25, 2015.
Currently Dizzy has more than 800k followers on Twitch and almost 500k Subscribers on Youtube. Dizzy has played many different games on Stream and Off Stream but he has always liked FPS and Battle Royale games more. With the new trend of Battle Royale games like Pubg, Fortnite, Apex Legends, etc. Dizzy decided to approach a career in Apex Legends and signed with NRG Esports as a player. Dizzy left the Apex pro scene in 2019 and turned full-time streamer.
Dizzy also held the record for the most kill of 33 till February 2019, which was later broken by Mendokusaii on 19 February 2019.
According to Twitch Streamers, Dizzy makes around $4200 a month only through Twitch and has won a total of $76,000 as a tournament winning according to EsportsEarnings.
Best Apex Legend Tournament Placements:
- 1st in Lulu’s Throwdown – Day 2
- 1st in TwitchCon San Diego
- 1st in Twitch Rivals – Road to TwitchCon San Diego #1 North America
- 4th in Twitch Rivals: Apex Legends Solo Showdown
- 1st in EXP Pro-Am Apex Legends Exhibition: Round 3
- 1st in TwitchCon Europe Showdown 2019 – Qualifier 2
- 2nd in TwitchCon Europe Showdown 2019
- 2nd in T1 x FACEIT Apex Legends Invitational
- 1st in Code Red #3
- 1st in Code Red #2