Popular Warzone content creators Vikram ‘Vikkstar’ Singh Barn.

Vikkstar is a YouTuber and Twitch streamer but is known as the Call of Duty gamer. With three different gaming YouTube channels.

  1. Vikkstar123 
  2. Vikkstar123HD
  3. VikkstarPlays.

He is hugely popular on YouTube, and Vikkstar has over a billion views on the platform. He also has more than 6.97 million followers on his Youtube account.

Vikkstar Net Worth 2021

Name Vikram Singh Barn
Age 25 Years Old
Birthday August 2, 1995
Sex Male
Nationality England
Profession Streamer; Player
Net worth $ 7 million
Married single Single
Residency EU Europe
Instagram vikkstagram
Youtube Vikkstar123

Vikkstar123’s Girlfriend

Vikkstar123’s girlfriend and personal life are also hot topics for his fans and followers.

So, who is Vikkstar123’s partner now? Most likely, this 25-year-old is single at the moment. Even if Vikram is dating anyone, he hasn’t yet spilled the tea on social media.

Vikkstar is currently the player with the most money on Warzone. The Sidemen member surprised everyone by winning the Warzone tournament three times in a row.

Find below the complete list of the 20 players of Warzone who won the most money. As you can see, a host of professional players are part of this ranking with notably Crimsix coming in 11th, while his Dallas Empire teammates, Clayster and Shotzzy, are respectively 17th and 19th.

 Position  Player Earnings
1 Vikkstar123 $ 37,900
2 HusKerrs $ 36,066
3 Itz_warz $ 34,900
4 diegosaurs $ 33,000
5 JoshOG $ 32,333
6 Jukeyz $ 26,166
7 GaGOD $ 21,666
8 ShivFPS $ 21,666
9 Frozone $ 19,583
10 SuperEvan $ 19,583
11 Crimsix $ 16,000
12 xAmpzMedia $ 14,583
13 Nickmercs $ 13,833
14 Tommey $ 11,166
15 Swagg $ 10,833
16 bobbypoff $ 10,000
17 Clayster $ 10,000
18 AydanC $ 9,333
19 Shotzzy $ 9,000
20 TeePee $ 9,000

In Call of Duty: Warzone there are tons of weapons and often the choice is difficult. Fortunately, there are experts like YouTuber Vikkstar 123 who explain in a list of personal weapon tiers which cannons in the game are particularly good in season 4.5 in July 2020.

What is an animal list? In games with different items, weapons or heroes, it is often advantageous to divide their usefulness into levels. These are called “levels” in English. Therefore, an animal list is a ranking list in which you can see at a glance what is better and what is bad.

The “levels” are divided as follows:

  • Level S: absolutely superior, can be generated
  • A-tier: just good
  • Level B: absolutely average
  • Level C: slightly below average
  • Level D: way below average, pretty shitty

Where does the list come from? The following list of animals deals with all (!) Weapons in CoD: Warzone, also items like Kali-Sticks or Riot-Shield. The list comes from CoD expert and Youtuber Vikkstar123, who after many hours of Warzone can rank his weapons well.

Here is the video from Vikkstar123.


It has divided all the weapons in the game into Tiers S to D and refers to Season 4.5 on its roster in July 2020, that is, after the main weapon balance of the June 30 mid-season update.

List of tiers of all weapons in July 2020

animal weapons
Bull Bruen Mk9
Kilo 141
Gray 5.56
Kar 98k
A level PKM
Riot Shield
Level b AK47
Model 680
PP 19 Bizon
Origin 12
Holger 26
.357 Magnum
Potash sticks
Level C Scar FN
Striker 45
Rytec AMR
.50 GS
Carbine MK2
D-tier X16
VLK Rogue Shotgun

What is surprising? It is interesting that Vikkstar places a lot of weapons in the upper levels S and A. So there are some really good weapons that you can find in the game. According to Vikkstar, Bruen Mk9, which is completely superior, leads the field, but also the generated GRAY can still be found in the superior segment.

The Bruen Mk9 moved slowly to the top.

The Bruen Mk9 moved slowly to the top.

Vikkstar’s weapons of hate are the R9-0 and VLK Rogue shotguns, by the way, because he doesn’t kill with them. However, we have another list of hate weapons in CoD Warzone here. These are the 4 most hated weapons that can still be found on the battlefield and continuously used by players.

Amelia Warner– After graduating from NYU with a master's degree in history, She was also a columnist for many local newspapers. Amelia Warner mostly covers Entertainment topics, but at times loves to write about movie reviews as well.

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