Beaulo’s Rainbow Six Siege Settings

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Jason Doty is also known by his In-game-name Beaulo. He is an American Professional Rainbow Six Siege player, Youtuber, and a famous Twitch Streamer. Beaulo is presently playing under Team SoloMid and he is a part of their Rainbow Six Siege active roster. Beaulo is counted among the best Rainbow Six Siege players due to his impressive mechanical skills and game sense. Beaulo is also one of the few Rainbow Six Siege players with a massive amount of fan following.

Beaulo’s Mouse Settings – Logitech G Pro X Superlight

DPIHorizontal/VerticalSens Multiplier
40089/890.002
Polling RateADS Hold/ToggleAim Hold/Toggle
1000HoldHold

Beaulo’s Scope Sensitivity – Logitech G Pro X Superlight

1x1.5x2x
5890110
2.5x3.0x4.0x
117119120
5.0x12.0x
121162
Sight Color OpacitySight ColorV-Sync
100%TurquoiseOff

Beaulo’s Fortnite Video Settings


Display – Acer Predator Xn253q

Windowed ModeResolutionFrame Rate Limit
Fullscreen1920×1080240 FPS
FOVAspect Ratio
834:3
LOD QualityTexture QualityTexture Filtering
UltraMediumLinear
Shadow QualityShading QualityLens Effect
MediumMediumOff
Reflection QualityAmbient OcclusionZoom-In Depth of Field
LowOffOff
Anti-Aliasing
Off

Beaulo’s Gaming Gear


Keyboard

Mouse

Mousepad

Headphone

Monitor


Beaulo’s PC Specs


Motherboard

CPU

GPU

RAM

Case


Beaulo’s Most Popular Video



Beaulo’s Early Life.

Jason Doty is mainly known as Beaulo was born on June 19, 2001, in the United States.

Beaulo first-ever started playing video games at a very young age. His older brother was the one who introduced him to gaming and was also a huge fan of console games. Beaulo’s parents never resisted them from playing games and purchased them newer console games so they can play whatever they prefer growing up. Beaulo and his family shifted to LA in 2006 and later Beaulo bought his first gaming pc. World of Warcraft was the initial game he played on PC. Beaulo considers WarZ to be one of the best games he has played.

In his teenage days, FPS games always caught his attention and he would spend a lot of his time playing Counter-Strike: Global Offensive but shortly he got bored of it, and that’s when he saw the trailer of Rainbow Six Siege and began playing its beta for fun when he was just only fourteen years old. But shortly he fell in love with the game and began grinding to enter the professional scene in the game and since then Rainbow Six Siege has become his main game.

Jason’s Career.

In early 2016 Beaulo had become so decent at the game that a lot of people were accusing him of cheating and that’s when he decided to make his youtube channel to clear his name of cheating and approach his dream of going competitive in R6. Beaulo commenced his career as a Youtuber and made his channel on August 23, 2013, and Uploaded his first video on 11 June 2016 named Ranked Match highlights.

In 2018, Beaulo started playing under Disrupt Gaming as a Content Creator but that lasted only around 6 months, and shortly after Beaulo left Disrupt Gaming and he joined TSM as a player in June 2019. Since then beaulo has been a part of their active roster and has led his team through a lot of crucial match victories with his stunning skills and game sense.

Beaulo’s Social Media.

Beaulo being a famous rainbow six siege player has gained almost 1.30M subscribers. On Instagram, he has 217K followers. And on Twitter, he has 215K followers. While on Twitch, he has almost 1M followers.

Jason’s Net Worth.

He earned most amount of money by year, was in 2020, receiving $81K, mostly earning through Offline/LAN Tournaments.

Net Worth:$155 Thousand
Beaulo Real Name:Jason Doty
Date of Birth:June 19, 2001
Gender:Male
Profession:Streamer, Professional Gamer.
Nationality:American

Best Rainbow Six Siege Tournament Placements:

  • He placed 4th in Six Invitational 2021 and won $170K.
  • He placed 1st in North American League 2020 – US Division – Finals and won $75K.
  • He placed 1st in Six November 2020 Major – North America and won $62.5K.
  • He placed 2nd in Six August 2020 Major – North America and won $31.25K
  • He placed 6th in Six Invitational 2020 and won $270K.
  • He placed 1st in DreamHack Montreal 2019 and won $30K.

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