Do you know Who is Kootra?
Jordan Mathewson was born on April 24, 1991, in Montana, USA, and is a video gamer and YouTuber with 915,000 subscribers on his official YouTube channel. He is well-known for his participation in first-person shooter games such as Call of Duty 4 and Halo. Aside from Kootra, he maintained another YouTube channel called TheCreatureHub, however, he ceased uploading videos to it in 2017.
There isn’t much information regarding Kootra’s youth, including his parents’ identities and whether or if he has siblings. However, it is known that he spent five years in Scotland before returning to the United States and settling in Denver, Colorado. Kootra worked as an assistant greenkeeper at a golf course before deciding to pursue a career on YouTube.
Jordan created his YouTube channel Kootra in 2008 and began posting Call of Duty 4 machinima films. His channel quickly gained popularity, and his videos were included on the Machinima main channel. Encouraged by her early success, Kootra proceeded to submit films, switching from the Call of Duty game series to Halo, which proved even more popular. He proceeded to enhance his gaming skills and was soon observed playing other games such as Left 4 Dead and Modern Warfare 2. He obtained a contract from Machinima Respawn as a result of his abilities, which led to him partnering with other YouTubers.
His official YouTube channel currently features videos that have been seen over 330 million times, greatly increasing his notoriety and riches. Among his most prominent videos are “MW2 Insane Tactical Knife Throwing,” which has over two million views, “Craft Spice (Old Spice Minecraft Machinima Parody),” which has over 1.5 million views, and “MW2 Sentry Gun Madness FAIL (Commentary w/Kootra and Jek1e),” which has just over 1.2 million views.
With his career at its pinnacle, Kootra founded Creature LLC, a firm formed of people who share his interest and enthusiasm for gaming. He founded the YouTube channel TheCreatureHub in 2011 and has since amassed a following of over a million subscribers, with his videos having been viewed over 575 million times, leading to his fame and fortune. However, he and his crew decided to leave TheCreatureHub in July 2017 and stopped uploading movies. Nonetheless, they will be remembered through videos such as “50 Lush Bath Bombs,” which received over six million views, “Fart Spray Prank Gone Wrong,” which received over 2.7 million views, and “Seamus Gets a Midnight Snack,” which received two million views, among many other videos that received over a million views.
Kootra has been extremely prominent on YouTube since commencing his career, with close to one million subscribers on his main channel and over one million subscribers on his joint venture with friends and fellow gamers. So, have you ever wondered how wealthy Kootra is as of the middle of 2018? According to reliable sources, Kootra’s net worth might be as high as $800,000, which is very astounding for someone who plays video games, don’t you think?
When it comes to his personal life, he has been pretty candid about the ups and downs that occur behind the camera; Kootra was married to a woman named Monica from 2011 until 2015 – the couple married on November 11th, but couldn’t sustain the spark in their relationship, and decided to divorce. They had no children as a couple.
Kootra is well-known on other social media sites outside YouTube, such as Twitter and Instagram. His official Twitter account has over 240,000 followers with whom he has shared his hobbies and opinions, as well as his goofiness, such as the video in which he runs in his shorts and t-shirt when it is snowing. He is also quite active on Instagram, where he has about 35,000 followers, and you can see countless images of him in various settings, including golf courses, and he has used Instagram to convey his love for animals, particularly cats.