An American YouTube gamer who is famous for his YouTube channel “Quackity” is named for Alexis who is worldwide known as Quackity. He is nicknamed by Alex, Quackity, QuackityHQ, DjYeroc123, DuckyG, Quackitwo.
He is best known for uploading gaming content and raiding online multi-player games. He is skilled in crashing games and crashed online game “Toontown Rewritten”. He successfully raided the game “Roblox” three times. He was once banned from Twitch because a fan tricked him into calling a strip club instead of Canadian customer support for Roblox by supplying a wrong phone number and was also banned from discord on 31st December 2018 for violating Discord’s Community Guidelines. Between September and November 2018, his Twitter account was suspended. In December 2020, he was banned from the Roblox game. Talking about his social media presence, he joined Twitter in December 2013 and he has more than 2 Million followers on his @Quackity account. He goes by @quackity on Instagram account with more than 1.8 million followers. Under the username @quackityhq on the account Twitch, he has more than 2.7 million followers. He also has a self-titled Youtube channel called “Quackity” which has more than 4.5 Million subscribers since 4th June 2013. He has more than 1.72 Million subscribers on his other YouTube account entitled “QuackiTwo”. On his next YouTube account, he has more than 769K subscribers. He has two video editors that help him, Wheatskins and Soupz. Famous For
Being a YouTube Gamer. For raiding online multi-player games such as Roblox, Club Penguin, Habbo Hotel, and Animal Jam. For the gameplay of Roblox and Minecraft. His videos are known for eccentric humor and intense and fast-paced edits. For hosting random competitions on his Discord server, mainly his “Discord’s Got Talent” videos, which usually feature other YouTubers as hosts such as KSI or MrBeast. Shop Quackity Merchandise here