It’s a combination of ‘squid’ and his first name. His tag is pronounced ‘Quid.’
Kquid started playing Fortnite in January 2018.
Kquid started out by uploading videos of his speedy Rubiks Cube solutions in October 2017 and then transitioned to Fortnite content in June 2018. He started competing in professional tournaments in August 2019 and really started making a name for himself after consistently placing high in online Fortnite events during the first couple of seasons of Chapter 2.
Unfortunately, he was permanently banned from Fortnite in May 2020 and has not been streaming since then. He is still hopeful of finding a new game to go pro in, though.
According to his Nightbot, KquidAU has around 690 subscribers. AS he regularly attracts over 1,000 viewers to his streams, this means that he should be earning at least $2,415 USD per month. This excludes other income that he receives from tiered subscriptions, donations, Twitch cheer bit contributions, tournament winnings, advertising, and sponsorships.
He doesn’t have set hours but tends to stream for at least two hours every day.