Arkhram’s Fortnite Settings

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Diego Lima is also known by his in-game name Arkhram was born on 12, October 2003. He is an American Professional Fortnite Battle royale player. He joined the Fortnite Professional scene in late 2019, and since then he is still playing under team 100 Thieves. He placed 53rd in Fortnite world cup solos and positioned 5th while playing duos with Falconer taking home whooping prize money of $900K. He mainly focuses on Streaming and content creation. 

Arkhram’s Mouse Settings – Logitech G Pro X Superlight

DPIX-Axis SensitivityY-Axis Sensitivity
Polling RateTargeting SensitivityScope Sensitivity

Arkhram’s Keybinds – Steelseries Apex Pro Tkl

Mouse 5QV
Harvesting ToolWeapon Slot 1Weapon Slot 2
Weapon Slot 3Weapon Slot 4Weapon Slot 5
Reload / RotateBuilding EditConfirm Edit on Release
HUD ScaleSprint By DefaultNVIDIA Settings

Arkhram’s Fortnite Video Settings

Display – Alienware Aw2518h

Windowed ModeResolutionFrame Rate Limit
Fullscreen1920×1080240 FPS
BrightnessInterface ContrastColor Blind Mode & Strength
100%1xProtanope 5
View DistanceShadowsAnti-Aliasing
TexturesEffectsPost Processing
Motion BlurVSync Allow Multithreaded Rendering

Arkhram’s Gaming Gear






Arkhram’s PC Specs






Arkhram’s Streaming Setup






Arkhram’s Most Popular Video

Arkhram”s Early Life.

Diego Lima is also known as Arkhram was born on 12, October 2003, in the United States.

just in his childhood, he fall in love with many video games and while growing up he watched his dad play World of Warcraft. And when he was eligible enough his father bought him his personal account so that they can complete quests and raids together.

As he became older, he decided to give different types of genres like MOBAs and FPS a try, and as soon as after he completely shifted to the MOBAs and FPS title games. Soon just after the official launch of Fortnite: Battle Royale he decided to give battle royale games a try, and he started playing Fortnite: Battle Royale, soon he became attached the game and decided to enter the competitive scene.

Arkhram’s Career.

Then in 2018, Arkhram played his first-ever LAN event Fortnite tournament of the Oakland Esports Arena, which resulted him winning, during the event Arkhram’s father was also approached by one of the event managers who saw the potential of joining Pro scene in Arkhram. Slowly after that Diego began screaming because of entering the pro scene. After joining pro servers he began streaming on Twitch in June 2018.

Then after some time, the First-ever Fortnite World Cup was held in 2019, and he decided to partake in the World Cup qualifier as duos with Falconer. Arkhram and Falconer both surpassed the qualifying round of the World Cup as duos in April 2019 and then after a month they both were picked up by Team 100Thieves. He shared a prize money of $900K with his duo Falconer while placing 5th in Fortnite World Cup.

Since then Arkhram has played and won many Tournaments for 100T. And he is still a part of their active roster. And he also has gained alot of fame because of incredible performance in World Cup.

Arkhram’s Social Media.

Talking about Arkhram’s Social Media he has gained almost 200K subscribers on Youtube. On Instagram, he has 221K followers. And on Twitter, he has 255K followers. While almost 250K followers on Twitch.

Diego’s Net Worth.

Arkhram”s most earned money by year, was in 2019, winning almost $550K. while he most of it from Offline/LAN, which was around $510K.

Net Worth:$650 Thousand
Arkhram Real Name:Diego Lima
Date of Birth:October 12, 2003
Profession:Streamer, Professional Gamer.

Arkhram Best Fortnite Tournament Placements:

  • He placed 1st in Fortnite Champion Series: Chapter 2 Season 5 – Grand Finals: NA West and won $25K.
  • He placed 1st in Fortnite Champion Series: Chapter 2 Season 4 – Grand Finals: NA West and won $15K.
  • He placed 2st in Fortnite Champion Series: Chapter 2 Season 3 – Grand Finals: NA West and won $13K.
  • He placed 1st in Fortnite Champion Series Invitational – Grand Finals: NA West and won $40K.
  • He placed 53rd in Fortnite World Cup Finals – Solo and won $50K.
  • He placed 5th in Fortnite World Cup Finals – Duos and won $450K.

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