Dizzy Valorant Settings & Keybinds

Dizzy‘s Other Gameplay Settings

Dizzy Valorant Video Settings

Video SettingsInput
Screen ModeFullscreen
Frame Per SecondUnlock
Screen Resolution1920x1080
Quality of TextureLow
Quality of MaterialLow
Quality of UILow
Quality of DetailLow
V-SyncOff
VignetteOff
Anisotropic Filtering1x
Anti-AliasingMSAA 4x
Gun Skin VisualsOff
Improve in ClarityOn
DistortionOff

Dizzy Mouse Settings 

 FINALMOUSE ULTRALIGHT 2

Game SettingsInput
Scoped Sensitivty1.00
Mouse Sensitivity0.5
Polling Rate1000 Hz
DPI800

Dizzy Valorant Keybinds 

STEELSERIES APEX PRO TKL

ActionInput
WalkLeft Shift
CrouchLeft Ctrl
JumpSpacebar/Mouse Wheel Down
Equip Primary Weapon1
Equip Secondary Weapon2
Equip Melee Weapon3
Equip Spike4
Equip Ability UltimateX
Use ObjectF
Inner Lines 1/7/2/0
Outer Lines0/0/0/0
Movement/Firing ErrorOff
Color Red
OutlinesOff 1/1
Center DotOff

Dizzy is an American streamer and Apex legends player. His full name is Coby Meadows. He is famous for playing Apex legends and people love him for his gameplay. He was born on the 19th of May and is now 20 years old. Being so young, he has earned a position in top players of Apex Legends. His hometown is in Florida. 

His alias name is ShootGunBoomDead. Other than this, we do not have much information about his family but all we know is that his parents have always been supportive of his career as a streamer. Moreover, he has not yet posted many pictures of him and is secretive about his life. Also, he was a former team member of teams like Mythic reborn, NRG Esports, and Selfless gaming. If you are also his fan, here is everything you want to know about Dizzy. Read the full article.

 

Career

Since his childhood, Dizzy used to play Counter-Strike: Source, and after some time, he switched to Counterstrike: Global Offensive. Because of his skills, in 2019, he managed to get semi-professional status in both Selfless Gaming and Mythic reborn teams.

In 2013, Dizzy started his YouTube channel and in 2015, he started his Twitch channel. His professional career got a great boost when Apex legends game was released in 2019 and he scored the highest kills and broke many records. Also, he won the Apex Legends Twitch Rivals event and became popular with it. After this, he was recognized by NRG Esports and he signed a contract with them in 2019. It all just happened after two weeks of the release of the game. 

Simultaneously in 2019, he earned a position on KingRichard’s rivals’ team and he approached him after he tweeted that he is going to be the captain of the team. Dizzy approached him with his stats and KingRichard was impressed by his stats. He has then offered him the spot on his team and fortunately, they won that match. He then gained much more popularity. In 2019 December, Dizzy announced that he is retiring from competitive play to focus more on his channels. Also, he quit NRG Esports.

 

Income

Dizzy has almost 1200 subscribers and he gets approximately 10000 views on each stream. This gets him a good amount of money which is approximately 4200 US dollars per month. The other source of income for Dizzy is Subscriptions and donations on his Twitch channel. Other than this, he also earns from his advertisements on his YouTube channel and sponsorships. Also, he has earned a significant amount from participating in different Esports events.

There is no particular schedule on which he streams. Usually, you can find him streaming between 5-24 hours in the day. Also, you can follow him on his different social media handles. He is active on his Twitch and YouTube channel. Also, he is active on Instagram and Twitter. If you want to know more about Dizzy, you can follow him on his social media handles.

Dizzy was born in Florida

Dizzy uses the FinalMouse Ultralight 2 gaming mouse to play games. 

Dizzy uses the ZOTAC GEFORCE RTX 2080 TI graphics card.

Dizzy uses the APPLE EARPODS gaming headset when playing games. 

Dizzy uses the BENQ XL2546 gaming monitor.

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