10 Things You Didn’t Know About Duke Dennis

Duke Dennis is a name familiar to NBA 2K fans looking for strategies to advance in MyCareer or other game modes. He is among the most watched sports broadcasters on YouTube, right up there with Chris Smoove. Duke Dennis has parlayed his basketball skills into a thriving online career thanks to the proliferation of gaming, social media, and video-sharing platforms like YouTube. Right now, he is among the top gamers and YouTubers in the world in terms of popularity. Here are the top 10 facts you probably didn’t know about Duke Dennis.

10. Duke Served In The Military Before Starting YouTube

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Before he found fame on YouTube, Duke Dennis served in the military. Unfortunately, during Duke’s time in the military, he was involved in a shooting incident during basic training, which cut short his career with the United States Army. However, this ultimately led him to the success he later found.

9. His Early Career As A YouTuber

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When he was younger, Duke Dennis spent a lot of time with his pals playing video games and was also into sports. Basketball was one of his favorite sports to participate in. Duke Dennis founded his YouTube page in 2013 but didn’t begin uploading videos until October 2016.

8. Duke’s Impressive YouTube Channels

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Duke Dennis first began streaming professionally in 2013, posting videos and playing tournaments on his YouTube channel dedicated to the basketball simulation game NBA 2K. To this day, NBA 2K is one of Duke’s favorite video games. This is why he has roughly 1.8 million subscribers on his Duke Dennis Gaming channel, specifically for the NBA streams. He later unveiled his second channel, Duke Dennis, in May 2020. The channel has over 1.4 million subscribers, where he uploads vlogs, reaction videos, and other gaming content.

Along with Chrisnxtdoor, Kai Cenat, ImDavisss, Agent 00, and Fanum, he launched the AMP channel in May 2020, which focuses on vlogs, challenges, and other comedic skits. As long as his passion for what he does is still burning, the sky is the limit for the Duke.

7. Duke Is A Gym Rat

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He often attends the gym and takes excellent care of his physique. Duke Dennis is a fit and muscular person since he works out frequently and goes to the gym daily. Duke keeps his health and fitness at a high level by eating wisely. He stands at an impressive 188 cm (6’2″) in height and weighs over 70 kg (154 lb).

6. He Has One Of The Coolest Jeeps

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Duke has a customed made Jeep Wrangler, which he regularly shows off on social media. Jeep Wranglers are famous for their ability to traverse a wide range of surfaces, making it a perfect vehicle for exploring when he breaks from dominating NBA 2K.

5. His Tattoos And Grills

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Duke is heavily tattooed and sports a diamond-shaped grill which has likely set him back quite a bit of money. Duke also enjoys piercing and carving, two of his main hobbies outside of content creation on YouTube.

4. Are Duke And Davo Related?

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Many fans wonder whether Duke Dennis and Davo Migo are brothers, and we can confirm they are indeed related. The brothers have a strong bond, routinely host YouTube live streams together, and regularly feature in each other’s YouTube content. 

3. Duke’s Relationship Status

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Duke Dennis does not have a significant other right now and is single. Although he appears to be publicly single, Duke Dennis prefers to keep his private life that way, so he has not shared any details about his current or former relationships. Moreover, Dennis is currently enjoying a low-key lifestyle while pursuing his YouTube career.

2. Duke’s Net Worth

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In 2022, Dennis is expected to have a net worth of $2.5 million. All of Dennis’s assets are counted toward this total. We don’t know how much he makes a year, but his YouTube success is estimated to generate a six-figure income for him. Dennis is also a highly compensated brand spokesperson, earning a substantial sum through advertisements and sponsorships on social media and ad placements in videos.

1. His House Got Robbed While Streaming NBA 2K21

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That’s right; Duke got mugged. When robbed, Duke also streamed NBA 2K21 to his large YouTube audience. Two armed men broke into Duke’s residence and demanded money and valuables. Duke was punched in the face by the robbers but came out of the situation unscathed and suffered no significant or long-term damage. It was never made public whether the police caught the robbers or not. 

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