Ice Poseidon is a YouTuber who became popular by streaming his gaming sessions online like, xChocobars. Previously, he was known as a streamer on the live video platform Twitch.
There have been many chaoses surrounding Ice Poseidon’s life. What has actually happened that Poseidon is not a Twitch star anymore? Let’s get to know more about Ice Poseidon.
— Ice_Poseidon (@REALIcePoseidon) March 23, 2018
Ice Poseidon Bio, Real Name, and Age
Ice Poseidon was born as Paul Denino on September 29, 1994, on Stuart, Florida, the United States of America. He was a son to Enza Denino, his mother and Michael Denino, his father. Talking about his educational background, there isn’t much detailed information about it. However, we are in the know that Ice has a college degree in Finance.
Sorry we have had no internet for a few hours, we went to tokepa (or some shit) national forest to the hot springs. It was empty and beautiful. Rv stream will be on soon when we exit deeper from dead zone. Also I will be in San Francisco tonight pic.twitter.com/zokCIpcN7S
— Ice_Poseidon (@REALIcePoseidon) May 9, 2018
Poseidon began his gaming career since 2015, that’s when he became a streamer on Twitch under the RuneScape category. It was the beginning of his rise to fame on Twitch and also made his way to IRL streaming. IRL Twitch was followed by games like Pokemon Go, Stanley Parable and Quiplash. Later, Paul moved from Florida to Los Angeles in 2016 to improve his gaming race. He moved in with his childhood friend, Gray ‘Volsedad’ Shaw. Then, Ice became friends with other live streamers like Greek, Andy Milonakis, Reckful and Mitch Jones.
Ice Poseidon Net Worth
Ice is blessed with thousands of loyal followers across different digital platforms. As an online gamer and a social media star, he has accumulated clean financial fortunes. The gamer’s net worth is estimated at $100,000.
Our new pet is finally here. I’ll test it with a beta before releasing it to the general viewer public (it’s a viewer controlled robot) pic.twitter.com/6GGJoB13nE
— Ice_Poseidon (@REALIcePoseidon) August 15, 2018
Ice Poseidon: Girlfriend
Presently, Ice isn’t involved in any kind of serious relationship. However, there’s a rumor about Ice having a thing for ladies. In addition, he has even been accused of sleeping with his fans’ girlfriends. Also, it is known that he dated three girls during the period of his live streaming.
While other non gaming streamers sit at their pc, I have playboy bunnies on mine 😉 pic.twitter.com/nItztZQ2me
— Ice_Poseidon (@REALIcePoseidon) March 25, 2018
The internet star even posted an episode of the love life triangle between himself, actress Geisha Montes (Miss World Dominican Republic 2014) and Twitch streamer Halie Atisuto. He posted a fake wedding between him and Halie in April 2017, which turned out to be a case of what happens in Vegas stays in Vegas.
Caption: Ice Poseidon Explains Why He Broke Up With His Girlfriend
Recently, Paul has been with a young lady known as Carolina Burt. It turned out, his fans didn’t really like her and in order to please them, Ice faked a live stream about dumping her.
Ice Poseidon Banned from Twitch
As mentioned earlier, Ice started his gaming journey since 2015 but notably, he got banned from Twitch later due to the heavy controversies.
The gamer has been banned from Titch a number of times. One of the cases was when he randomly asked for a girl’s phone number while he was streaming which was considered doxing and caused a month-long ban. He was also part of a smacking incident which gave Paul’s channel a permanent ban.
Next, while at the Sky Harbor airport in Phoenix, Arizona, he was live streaming before boarding the flight on April 27, 2017. Then someone called in a bomb threat using his name and this made him banned from the site the following day.
This incident covered several articles and made a national news across the country. One of which was titled “On Air with LA’s Most Wanted Man, ‘Live Streamer’ Ice Poseidon”.
Ice may have been banned from Twitch but he is still kicking it on YouTube. Now he has even more followers on YouTube than he did on Twitch.