Aaron Boulding Net Worth

Aaron Boulding Net Worth is
$17 Million

Aaron Boulding Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018

Aaron Boulding is an American video game journalist. His work spans online, print and TV outlets, and he has been covering the gaming industry since 1998.He is most well known as the Video Game Analyst on ESPN. He makes regular appearances on the ESPNEWS Hot List and ESPN2's First Take. Additionally, he writes The Easy Points blog on is also a freelance correspondent and has covered video game events for The Best Damn Sports Show Period, MTV2 and Electric Playground. He was a sideline reporter in the first televised Championship Gaming Series competition, filmed in San Francisco and broadcast on DirecTV. Boulding also makes appearances as an industry expert at live events and on television. At the 2006 Game Developers Conference he was a panel expert for a session titled “Loudness & Dynamic Range: From Theory to Reality”. In November 2007 he appeared on Spike TV’s “Game Head” discussing the Video Game Awards nominees. He also commentates on the Halo 3 MLG Pro Circuit alongside Chris Puckett and Sundance DiGiovanni.Formerly, Boulding was a Senior Editor at - a popular videogame information site. Prior to that, from 1997–98, he was a sports journalist at CNN.Boulding was born on December 30, 1972. He was born in New York City (Queens); his family moved to Maryland, Michigan and finally California before he was six years old. He grew up in Los Angeles, Oakland, and Santa Cruz. Boulding attended UC Santa Barbara as an undergraduate, then later obtained a masters degree in journalism from UC Berkeley. He currently lives in San Francisco, California.
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Date Of Birth1972-12-30
EducationUniversity of California, Berkeley


Gamer Nation2003TV Series writer


A New Hero: The Rise of College Esports2016Documentary special thanks


The Hot List2004TV SeriesHimself
Gamer Nation2003TV SeriesHimself

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