Biography

Quackity

Quackity is about 5 feet 8 inches tall and weighs about 57 kilograms.

Quackity

Do you know Who Quackity is?

Quackity is a popular social media personality in Mexico. Quackity’s main platforms are YouTube, Twitch, and online gaming. He can also be found on other platforms like Instagram, Twitter, and Discord.

Quick Fact Quackity

Full Name:Quackity
Age:20 years
Birthday:28 Dec
Birthplace:N/A
Nationality:Mexican
Gender:Male
Horoscope:Capricorn
Status:single
Net Worth:$897,000
Height:5 feet 8 inches (1.73m)
Profession:Youtuber, Twitch Streamer, Online Gamer, Social Media Personality
Sibling:N/A

Quackity : Early Life and Family

He was born on December 28, 2000, and is now 20 years old. He is a Mexican citizen born under the sign of Capricorn. He has a brother who manages the RoScripts Roblox YouTube channel. In addition, his given name is Alexis.

Dating Life (Relationship)

There is no information available about Quackity’s marital status or love affairs. The gamer may be more concerned with his education and professional social media career at such a young age. Or he could be keeping his relationships and affairs hidden from the public eye.

How Tall is Quackity? Weight, Hair Color

He stands 5 feet 8 inches tall and weighs 57 kilograms. His chest-waist-hip measurements are also 42-32-38 inches. He has dark brown eyes and dark brown hair.

Professional Career

  • He is a popular YouTube gamer known for his “Quackity” channel. The young YouTuber is best known for his highlights of Roblox and Minecraft gameplay. The gamer is also well-known for his eclectic mix of shorter comedic quick-cut videos, many of which focus on his videos’ comments sections.
  • On June 3, 2013, Quackity launched his YouTube channel. The YouTube sensation posted his first video to his channel on the same day. Since its inception, the young YouTube star’s channel has amassed over 3.1 million subscribers.
  • The Youtube gamer went on to become Vice President, boasting the “fattest ass in the cabinet.” Quackity joined Pogtopia after being treated unfairly by @schlatt for not listening to his ideas.
  • He has also raided several online multiplayer games over the years, including Roblox, Club Penguin/Club Penguin Island, Habbo Hotel, and Animal Jam.
  • He was in charge of two Club Penguin Island raids. The first occurred on January 13, 2018, when the gamer asked his fans to “dress up” as Mike Wazowski from
  • Monsters Inc. to support the return of free trials to the game. On September 1, 2018, the gamer also hosted a second raid on Club Penguin Island with the theme “equality.” It was a protest against allowing non-members to own clothing as well.
  • On December 31, 2018, the gamer reported that his account had logged out on its own and that he was unable to log back in while on the phone with friends Kwite and Actually.
  • Quackity did not make public comment until January 13th, and the gamer uploaded the video I GOT BANNED FROM DISCORD two days later. The gamer shares excerpts from an email conversation he had with a member of Discord’s moderation team in the video.
  • According to the screenshot he shared, the ban was enacted in response to multiple reports from Discord users that he had violated Discord’s Community Guidelines. The gamer requested that his account be unbanned, that he receive a professional response to his emails requesting server ownership transfer, and that he review the Trust &
  • Safety Team at the end of the video.
  • Quackity encouraged his Twitter followers to use the hashtag #DiscordUnbanQuackity. It briefly ranked second globally, just behind #Brexit.
  • Kwite posted the video Why QuackityHQ Was Banned From Discord on January 16, 2019. This video summarizes Quackity’s video while also repeating the gamer’s requests.
  • The gamer also made a follow-up video in which he stated that he was still banned and explained why he made the video, as well as providing counter-arguments to those who disagreed and emphasizing the importance of continuing to tweet the hashtag.

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