Fans of Canadian Twitch broadcaster Lucas Ramos, often known online as Buddha, wonder what happened to Buddha Twitch.
Buddha had been streaming on the site for a while, but Lucas’s fame continued until NoPixel 3.0 gained traction.
The RP persona that Buddha uses is called Lang Buddha, and it has undergone numerous changes throughout the years.
Despite being well-known for his work on GTA RP, Buddha is also renowned for the titles Arma 2 and Rust. He frequently joins TrainwrecksTV and xQc on gambling/slots streams to end his streams.
Reddit Update: What Happened To Buddha Twitch? Is He In Hospital- Has He Undergone Brain Surgery?
Fans are asking What Happened to Buddha Twitch as his fans suspect that the streamer has undergone Brain Surgery.
However, this rumor is false as it is not Buddha who underwent brain surgery. It was his Father. On May 15, 2022, the streamer publicly announced his Father’s passing after his brain surgery.
Sadly, Buddha mentioned that he lost his parents in less than a year and was heartbroken through his Twitter.
He goes by the handle @Thebuddha_3 on his Twitter, with over 130k followers. He mainly shares information related to his streams and important life update there.
Buddha seems reasonably active there, as the streamer has over 3k tweets and updates his social media.
Likewise, there has been no Reddit update regarding the question, What Happened To Buddha Twitch? as nothing has happened to him physically. However, he might be sad mentally due to his parents passing.
Buddha Twitch Net Worth 2023
Buddha seems to be a little secretive regarding his personal information, like his net worth, as the streamer has yet to reveal any information about it to his fans.
However, according to various sources, the streamer’s estimated net worth is over $1.8 million as of 2023. This information is yet to be confirmed by the Buddha himself.
He is currently thought to be earning an estimated $50,580.50 each month from a variety of sources. This includes brand deals, Twitch subs, and ad revenue.
The streamer and Twitch split the Twitch Subs. In a Tier 1 bracket, new streamers will receive a 50/50 split, making their subscriptions worth $2.50.
Once a streamer has attracted 1000+ monthly views, they can renegotiate their share to either a 60/40 split (Tier 2) or, if they are particularly successful, a 70/30 split (Tier 3).
A streamer receives $0.01 for each bit they receive. Depending on their contracts, streamers make $10 to $20 CPM when they run ads on Twitch.
This means that when the ad runs, they make $10–$20 for every 1000 viewers of the stream.