TimTheTatman Apex Legends Settings & Keybinds

TimTheTatman’s Other Gameplay Settings

TimTheTatman Apex Legends Video Settings


Video SettingsInput
Screen Aspect RatioFullscreen
Display Resolution (Native)1920x1080
Aspect Ratio (Native)16:9
Field of View100
Color Blind ModeOff
FSP Adaptive Resolution in Display0
V-SyncTriple Buffered
Texture FilteringAnisotropic 16x
Texture Streaming Budget8GB VRAM
Ambient Occlusion QualityHigh
Sun Shadow DetailHigh
Sun Shadow CoverageHigh
Volumetric LightingEnable
Spot Shadow DetailHigh
Dynamic ShadowEnable
Effects DetailHigh
Model DetailHigh
Impact MarksHigh

TimTheTatman Mouse Settings

 Razer DeathAdder V2

Game SettingsInput
Sensitivity Setting for Mouse2.5%
ADS (Multiplier) 1
Acceleration Off
Mouse Polling Rate1000 Hz




NZXT H700i

TimTheTatman Apex Legends Keybinds 

Razer Huntsman Elite

SprintLeft Shift
Access Health Item5
Toggle to CrouchC
Hold CrouchLeft Ctrl
Get GrenadeG
Hold AimRight Mouse Click
Access InventoryTab
Fire ModeB
Ultimate AbilityQ
Reload R
Pickup or InteractE
Tactical Ability4

TimTheTatman is a twitch streamer and a video gamer. His twitch channel is where he live-streams his gameplay to 5,095,196 followers. He is one of the bigger streamers on  Twitch. He also has a youtube channel where he uploads his stream highlights and vlogs sometimes. His Youtube channel has 2.17 million subscribers. His twitter account has 1.8 million followers and his Instagram account has 3.3 million followers. Timthetatman is a very popular streamer on Twitch. He is not a professional Esports player but his gaming skills and his interactions with his audience have made him one of the big streamers on the Twitch platform. 

TimTheTatman is also known as Timothy John Betar. He is 30 years old. He was born in New York on April 8, 1990. He was married in 2016 and lives with his wife and son. TimTheTatman’s journey to streaming has been an interesting one. For a long time, he had a normal full-time job where he used to drive tractors in Superbowl commercials. Streaming video games was not something he anticipated or thought about much for a long time. He was always someone who used to play video games but when TimTheTatman was growing up there was no career path for streamers and Esports players. He used to watch streamers play video games for a long time before taking the plunge himself. As a viewer, he used to notice that streamers interaction with their audience was either condescending or forced. So he made a point that if he ever started to stream he would always try and interact with his viewers. TimTheTatman started streaming in 2013 with world of warcraft on Twitch but only as a hobby. He was still doing his full-time job. Even as he was doing streaming as a hobby he would always try to interact with his viewers. Over time his viewers kept increasing and it got to a point that TimTheTatman was able to quit his job and take to streaming video games full time in 2014. Ever since then he has streamed with many big Twitch streamers and his streams with DrDisrespect are viewed by thousands of viewers. 

TimTheTatman’s journey into gaming started with a super Nintendo that his father gifted him when he was 5 years old. He used to play sports like baseball and football until he was in Highschool. He started playing WoW on his PC along with counterstrike. He still only plays FPS games like Apex Legends and Fortnite. TimTheTatman usually streams for six days for three to four hours.

TimtheTatman was born in New York. He is an American.

TimTheTatman uses the Razer Huntsman Elite mechanical gaming keyboard to play Apex Legends.

TimTheTatman uses the Razer DeathAdder V2 gaming mouse to play Apex Legends.

TimTheTatman is using the EVGA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti as his GPU.

TimTheTatman is using the AUDIO-TECHNICA ATH-M50XBB as his headset.

TimTheTatman is using the LG 27GL850-B as his monitor.

TimTheTatman is not signed with any Esports team.

TimTheTatman has set his DPI to 800 and his mouse sensitivity to 2.5.

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