All about Loserfruit, one of Fortnite’s biggest stars
Oct 8, 2021
Kathleen “Loserfruit” Belsten has 2.7 million followers on Twitch thanks to her entertaining Fortnite content. She even has her own skin in Fortnite, part of the Fortnite Icon Series. This made her one of just a few content creators to get a skin in the popular battle royale.
So how did Loserfruit become one of the most popular Fortnite personalities on Twitch? Who is she?
Where is Loserfruit from?
Loserfruit is from Australia. She was born in Melbourne in 1993, making her 28 years old.
When did Loserfruit join YouTube?
Loserfruit joined YouTube in 2013 as part of Click, a YouTuber group based in Australia. She now has over 3.3 million followers on her main YouTube channel, where she posts Fortnite content ranging from commentary to skits. She has pretended to be a 10-year-old in Fortnite and a lot of other antics that get Fortnite fans laughing.
Loserfruit also has a second YouTube channel, Lufu, that’s focused on vlogging. She shares behind-the-scenes moments living in the Click House and shows off her travel adventures. Loserfruit has remained a popular content creator due to her reliability in creating new content and her openness with fans.
What happened to Loserfruit?
18 months after moving into the Click House, Loserfruit announced she was leaving the house in March 2020. It appeared that the entire Click group was falling apart. While Click would still remain in spirit, members felt they could create content without living in the same house.
“It just didn’t feel like the Click House to us anymore, and if it didn’t feel like the Click House then why were we doing it in the first place,” Loserfruit said at the time.
While it sounded sad, Loserfruit said it was the “best decision” the squad had ever made.
After leaving the Click House, Loserfruit explained that she would be doing fewer Twitch streams going forward. She currently posts two videos per week on YouTube.
What is Loserfruit’s net worth?
Loserfruit has an estimated net worth of around $2 million. Her income is a blend of Twitch and YouTube, as well as sponsors and donations. In 2020, she announced she had become an official athlete for GymShark activewear.
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