Matthew Misrendino Mizkiff: The Rising Star Twitch Streamer Taking the Gaming World by Storm

Matthew Misrendino Mizkiff: The Rising Star Twitch Streamer Taking the Gaming World by Storm

Matthew Misrendino Mizkiff, whose real name is Matthew Reno, is a New Jersey-based Twitch streamer best known for gaming. He is the creator of the Texas-based game company One True King (OTK). He was the third-most popular streamer on Twitch during the 2020 US presidential election.

According to an interview with Daily Esports, Mizkiff began streaming on Twitch and uploading to YouTube in 2016, gaining a steady fan base by 2018 after becoming the operator of Ice Poseidon and becoming a popular creator for his streams.

In June 2019, a video of the streamer documenting his start on Twitch was uploaded to the Mizkif Clips. In the clip, Mizkif describes an incident before the broadcast in which he lost consciousness and was later diagnosed with viral myocarditis, a heart disease that causes inflammation. This meant he had to stop using Adderall to treat his ADHD, and he couldn’t work his future job at Vanguard. This inspired him to start streaming and posting content on YouTube.

In May 2019, Mizkiff was banned from Twitch for seven days for a joke he made during an IRL stream at PAX East in which he said, “She just sucked my dick!” joke about another person present. Around this time, Mizkif began streaming World Warcraft, which increased his popularity.

In May 2021, Mizkiff interacted with troll streamer Adin Ross, frequently mentioning DaBaby in his stream.

One True King

One True King, or OTK, is a gaming group that Mizkif and several other streamers, notably Asmongold, created on October 11, 2020. In January 2021, the organization took part in the WoW Shadowlands Arena Professional World Championship and reached the semi-finals.

Allegations of covering up sexual violence/racist and homophobic messages

In July 2021, Twitch streamer Adriana Lee posted on TwitLonger about how she was sexually assaulted by OTK streamer CrazySlick. In September 2022, Twitch streamer Slyker was accused and found guilty of defrauding his fans, mods, and other streamers out of hundreds of thousands of dollars to support his gaming addiction, using false stories that his bank was blocked and he needed accounts for payment to get money. The controversy has fueled the debate over banning gambling streaming on Twitch, and Mizkiff has supported those calls. On September 18, gaming streamer Trainwreckstv defended gambling on Twitch in a comment on one of Asmongold’s tweets. In response, Mizkif suggested that Trainwrecks should have been banned for promoting the Jolt Coin cryptocurrency scam. Trainwrecks responded by accusing Mizkif of covering up the sexual abuse of Adriana Lee. Mizkif deleted his comment.

The story went viral, sparking a reaction from the Twitch community. On September 20, Ice Poseidon tweeted, “Mizkiff, I brought you into this world, now I’m taking you away,” sharing several screenshots of private messages from 2018 and 2019 where Mizkiff uses homophobic and racial slurs. The tweet received more than 60,000 likes in less than 24 hours.

Matthew Misrendino Mizkiff: Career

Rinauda began broadcasting in 2016. He streamed to a relatively small community until 2018, when he gained popularity as a cameraman for fellow streamer Paul “Ice Poseidon” Deneen.

In March 2020, Rhino gained attention after making over $5,600 while streaming inactively. In an interview with Wired, he said, “Most broadcasts can be very tedious. In this program, everything was the other way around. It was very easy. Honestly, it was a nice break from my normal routine of playing all day.”

Reno was the third most popular Twitch streamer during the 2020 US presidential election, behind fellow streamers Trainwreckstv and HasanAbi.

On October 11, 2020, Rhino, along with fellow Twitch streamers Osmongold, Esfand, Rich Campbell, and Tips Out, announced the launch of their new gaming organization, One True King.

On September 19, 2022, fellow Twitch streamer Trainwreckstv accused Rhino of downplaying and covering up an incident in which his roommate and fellow streamer CrazySlick allegedly raped female streamer Adriana Lee. Later that day, streamer Ice Poseidon, who Rhino worked with early in his streaming career, posted a series of comments made by Rhino between 2018 and 2019 that were called racist and homophobic. The next day, as a result of the above-mentioned incidents, the One True King sent Rhino on leave. On December 31, 2022, One True King released a statement alleging that Rhino covered up a sexual assault incident. According to the Texas law firm Jackson Walker, the lawyer leading the investigation found no direct evidence that Reno tried to minimize or cover up the alleged sexual assault. His status as a member of the OTK was restored.

On January 17, 2024, Rinaudo announced the opening of Iron Forge Gym, located in Austin, co-owned by him and Norwegian Twitch streamer Knut. The facility offers a full range of weightlifting services, as well as MMA and wrestling classes.

Matthew Misrendino Mizkif Net Worth 2024

Back in January 2022, Mizkif reached his team-wide highest follower count of 32,319 followers. According to Twitch Tracker, this post officially placed him in the list of the 100 most followed people on Twitch. Mizkif manages to attract between 17,000 and 22,000 subscribers per month on Twitch. This brings him approximately 30-60 thousand dollars a month. Moreover, he also receives almost 25 million collective views per month on his YouTube channel. This could bring him about 30-50 thousand dollars a month.

On top of all this, he has several sponsors who receive between 20 and 30 thousand dollars a month. To sum it up, it is safe to say that Mizkif’s net worth is around $1 million per year. Additionally, he once won $5,000 while he was sleeping on stream.

Matthew Misrendino Mizkiff: Personal life

In 2019, Rinaudo began dating fellow Twitch streamer and wildlife rehabilitation specialist Maya Higa. On September 14, 2021, Rino announced on Twitter that he and Higa were no longer in a relationship.

Rhino has a heart condition known as viral myocarditis. He has also spoken publicly about his struggles with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).


On December 21, 2019, Reno held a charity fundraiser for St. David’s Children’s Hospital in Austin, Texas. His community raised more than $5,000, which Reno later used to buy toys for hospital patients.

In June 2021, Reno and fellow streamer Ryan “Just” Reeves scaled the 32-story 600 Congress Building in Austin, Texas, for a Make-A-Wish fundraiser called “Over the Edge.” During the accompanying charity broadcast, they raised over US$20,000 through audience donations.

Matthew Misrendino Mizkiff Sister

Emily Reno is not his sister, no matter how many people wanted to believe it, were embarrassed or denied it because of how hard it was to remember it in both cases. Of course, the first time his name was revealed was none other than Erobb’s stream.

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