In today’s world, making videos has become a lucrative business, many millennials are rushing to the video sharing platform to try their hand at making a living. Funny enough, they don’t need an elaborate setting, they just need a gift of creativity to turn the most common business into a great business. One of them is Jesse Riedel, better known as JesserTheLazer.

He is an internet celebrity famous for his basketball related content on YouTube. He is also an NBA 2K player. His ability to connect with and entertain his fans, along with his funny videos, earned him the fame he enjoys today. He is also a star on other social media platforms with over 2.1 million subscribers on YouTube and over 500,000 followers on Instagram. He also has a secondary YouTube channel where he posts daily Fortnite Battle Royale content.

JesserTheLazer Biography, Age

He was born Jesse Riedel on March 27, 1999, in Los Angeles, California, United States. Her father, Guy Riedel, is a film producer with works such as Office Space and Wedding Crashers to his credit. He has a brother James who he features in some of his videos. His mother also appeared in one of his videos, a Q&A session.

With a producer father, Jesserthelazer was apparently training for a career on the internet all his life. When he was in elementary school, Jesser enjoyed filming skits with his brother, and in middle school he graduated to learn how to edit by making Minecraft videos. He graduated earlier a year early by passing the California High School proficiency exam and left college to focus on his burgeoning career.

Jesserthelazer created his first YouTube channel in 2012 and uploaded his first video the following year. Its content ranges from real-life NBA and NBA 2K to challenge and betting videos. He then became a member of the web group 2Hype, which specializes in NBA 2K, and is one of their youngest members.

Jesser has collaborated with several other famous YouTubers such as 2Hype’s Cash Nasty has featured many NBA personalities on his channel, most of whom are his friends. In August 2017, NBA guard James Harden appeared in one of his videos. His favorite basketball player is Blake Griffin and he is a Los Angeles Clippers fan. His channel now has over 2.1 million subscribers and over 620 million views.

In 2014, he started a second channel, JSR, where he posts Fortnite Battle Royale content every day. Jesser has also grown this channel to an enviable height, with over 700,000 subscribers and over 62 million views. Jesserthelazer also sells basketball t-shirts with RaspberrytheArtist.

Jesserthelazer Height

Jesserthelazer could easily make any NBA team, if not for its elite credentials and athleticism, then for its size. He is 188 cm (6 feet 2 inches) tall and weighs 77 kg (170 pounds).

Other facts about the YouTuber

Internet activities

The basketball enthusiast is also gaining momentum on the photo-sharing site, with over 500k followers. He is live on Twitch and also has 322,000 followers on Twitter. Its main channel and video game channels average 500,000 and 400,000 views per video, respectively.

Family life

Her brother, James, is also a YouTube star named Jiedel. He is famous for his NBA 2K games, tips and game edits and later becomes a member of 2Hype. His mother also appeared on his videos. Jesser has a dog he calls his son. The dog, named HumphreyTheLazer, also has his own Gram account with 117,000 followers.

His girlfriend

Jesser is in a relationship with his girlfriend who is called Iman. She appeared in one of his videos titled Mystery Spin Wheel Challenge Package vs My Friend NBA 2K19 in February 2019. The video garnered over 630,000 views.

before fame

In elementary school, he filmed skits with his brother and was a Minecraft YouTuber before moving on to NBA 2K. As a freshman in high school, one of his videos titled NBA 2K14 in real life garnered hundreds of thousands of views in a short time.

Fandom and Merchandise

Jesserthelazer’s community of fans is known as the Bucketsquad. It partners with Ballislife to sell shirts, backpacks, socks and wristbands for its merchandise line called “BucketSquad”.