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Alexis "Alex" Maldonado[1][2] (born: December 28, 2000 (2000-12-28) [age 21]),[3][4] better known online as Quackity (formerly QuackityHQ), is a Mexican YouTuber who is known for hosting competitions on his Discord server, mainly his "Discord's Got Talent" videos, which usually feature other YouTubers as hosts such as KSI or MrBeast.

He is also known for his Twitch raids on online game communities, his commentary videos in which he used to use text-to-speech to narrate, and being a member of the Dream SMP.


Quackity was formerly known for his videos of the now-closed game Toontown Online and its successor, Toontown Rewritten. One of his former profile pictures is reminiscent of his character in the game despite not playing it anymore. He changed it around mid-2019 to a picture of himself.

Quackity used to release Club Penguin videos on two YouTube accounts: one of them was named "DjYeroc123", while the other one remained anonymous for his viewers.

Discord Competitions

Quackity has a Discord Server with over 400,000 Members, where he sometimes hosts competitions, like Discord's Got Talent, Discord's PhotoShop Hunger Games and more.

Dream SMP

Quackity joined the DreamSMP in August 2020 after TommyInnit suggested that he should be added on the server, he has played crucial part in the server mainly by running as a candidate for presidency of L'Manberg. He made his own political party #SWAG2020 (so we are gamers) with his running mate GeorgeNotFound, together they competed against Wilbur Soot and TommyInnit's political party #POG2020 (politicians of gaming). Later on they had a presidential debate. After that Fundy and Nihachu created their own party #COCONUT2020, Jschlatt also made his own party, #SCHLATT2020. On the day of the elections, #COCONUT2020 got 9% of the votes, #SCHLATT2020 got 16% of the votes, #SWAG2020 got 30% of the votes while #POG2020 got 45% of the votes, however, turns out #SWAG2020 made an agreement with #SCHLATT2020 to pool their votes together no matter what, and formed a coalition government. in the end, #SWAG2020 and #SCHLATT2020 won for having 46% of the votes. Quackity then became the Vice President and had the "fattest ass in the cabinet". After being mistreated by Schlatt for not listening to his opinions, he joined Pogtopia. More information about his involvement in the server can be found in this wiki page.



He made a hashtag while doing a raid on Animal Jam on December 22, 2018 the hastag was #duckYOUAnimalJam, and it started trending worldwide, he got his account IP unbanned then.

Unlike other raids, he told his viewers not to raid the Discord server of the Animal Jam admins, since it was against their wishes, rather than letting his viewers or himself go too far like previous times when they would also raid forums.

Banned from Discord

On December 31, 2018, while in a call with friends Kwite and Aksually, Alex reported that his account logged out on its own and he was unable to log back in. He didn't make a remark publically until January 13 and two days later, he uploaded the video "I GOT BANNED FROM DISCORD". In it, he shares portions of an email conversation between himself and a member of Discord's moderation team. The screenshots stated that the ban was put in place after "multiple reports" from Discord users for "violating" Discord's Community Guidelines. At the end of the video, he requested his account to be unbanned, a professional response to his emails requesting server ownership transfer, as well as the need for reviewing the Trust & Safety Team. He urged his followers to use the hashtag for Twitter called #DiscordUnbanQuackity, which temporarily trended worldwide in second place just below #Brexit.

On January 16, 2019, Kwite uploaded the video 'Why QuackityHQ Was Really Banned From Discord' which summarises Quackity's video and repeats the requests Alex made. He also made a follow-up video that Alex was still banned and gave reasoning on why he made the video as well as giving counter-arguments to people who had different opinions, plus highlighting to still tweet the hashtag out.

Friends FPSDiesel and Kappa Kaiju also made videos about the situation, in which they talk about how "the moderator used words he himself didn't understand" and how there's proof the same moderator has been unprofessional and biased in the past. While Kappa didn't mention his name, Diesel did, but that's the only reason behind it.

On January 23, Alex tweeted: '"Discord has seen "I GOT BANNED FROM DISCORD". I just received an email from them with important information. I'll be making a video on this, so PLEASE do NOT tweet the hashtag to Discord anymore. Thank you guys for all the support!"

Just 3 days later he uploaded the video DISCORD RESPONDED TO MY VIDEO, stating that the director of the Trust & Safety Team responded to him in a more formal e-mail. The earlier second reason behind his ban has not been mentioned, proving that the moderator who e-mailed him first indeed had a personal bias for the ban. Nonetheless, his original account is still banned because allegedly, people discussed raids on Discord. However, he was still given his server ownership transfer.

"Leaving" Dream SMP

On August 25, 2021, Quackity announced on a livestream that he would be quitting as non-canon Quackity on the Dream SMP to pursue a career as a Lawyer. He clarified that he would continue to stream as canon Quackity on the Dream SMP and also stated that he would still be streaming frequently. He has also appeared as non-canon Quackity on other Dream SMP members' non-canon streams and on his Alt Twitch account.

MC Championship

MC Championship is a Minecraft Tournament for YouTubers and streamers run by the Noxcrew, in which 10 teams of four compete in a series of 8 minigames decided by the participants. A point multiplier makes each game worth more as each round passes, incentivizing teams to vote for games they might be bad at early on in the event. In the end, the two teams with the most points face off in a round of ‘Dodgebolt’ to decide the winner of the tournament. This makes it possible for a team to win despite potentially having fewer points than the runner-up.

  • MC Championship 1-10: Did not participate.
  • MC Championship 11: Team Violet Vampires. Teamed with Fundy, Wilbur Soot and TommyInnit. Placed 30th individual and his team placed 3rd overall.
    • Quackity along with Karl Jacobs - who was on Team Fucshia Frankensteins - are among the highest placing debutants with their teams of all MCCs. With Karl's team winning Dodgebolt and ultimately the tournament and Quackity's team getting 3rd.
      • Individually, Quackity placed 4 places higher than Karl.
    • Wilbur and Tommy mentioned they were predicted by many people on Reddit to place 6th at the highest and last at the lowest since most believed they would throw for content with Quackity playing it for the first time. Basing their predictions on MCC10's Aqua Axolotls - which existed of TommyInnit, Wilbur Soot, Tubbo, and Pokimane.
  • MC Championship 12: Team Red Rabbits. Teamed with Tubbo, TommyInnit, and Wisp. Placed 38th individual and his team placed 9th overall.
  • MC Championship 13: Team Cyan Candy Canes.
  • MC Championship 14: Team Green Guardians.
  • MC Championship 15: Team Red Rabbits
    • Teamed with Dream, Michaelmcchill, and Sapnap. Placed 25th individual and his team placed 1st overall.
    • This is Quackity's first ever MCC team victory.

Editing style

Quackity's videos are well known for their intense and fast-paced edits. Quackity often edits his own videos using Sony Vegas Pro, as seen in several tweets and Instagram stories showing him editing videos such as Discords Got Talent. However, it is known that some of his videos are edited by other people.

  • Wheatskins is Quackity's current editor. His name is occasionally mentioned in live streams and credited in the descriptions of videos. He used to edit both main channel and second channel videos, but now is only seen credited in videos on the main "Quackity" channel.
  • Soupz Jack (retired), used to edit many of Quackity's videos. He is currently working as the Interviewer for Discord's Got Talent/Minecraft's Got Talent.


  • i need a new youtube banner (old channel description)
  • I ain't scared of COVI-19, I'm scared of 19 Democrats! [in a mock southern accent]
  • My name is Jack Kanoff. [Jackin' off]
  • Someone just said, "Go white boy go!"
  • I love netherite, I love to smoke it. I love to sniff it. I like to put it in my body and I like that. Yeah. Netherite all day baby. Yeah. Netherite that's the way to go, I love netherite going in my soul.
  • Yeah... the MOTHERFUCKER'S DEAD!!!! [in a high pitch voice, singing about Jschaltt's death during his funeral]
  • Yo, green bitch! Say goodbye to your career! [dissing Dream]
  • Hijo de la chingada madre vas a escuchar hijo de tu puta madre... (him speaking angry Spanish to Dream)
  • Finally... I have my final word for you, I have one more thing to say..... FUUUUUUUUUUU---


  • His second channel original's name was DuckyG before he wiped its content and renamed it as quackitwo. He mainly made ytps on his second channel before it was wiped.
  • The things ytp'd on his second channel include the CDI zelda games, the diabeetus guy interview, and other things.
  • He once got banned from Twitch when he was trying to call the Roblox Canadian customer support and a fan sent him the number of a strip club instead.
  • He was once a guest on a Toontown collab channel.
  • Quackity, along with another YouTuber, Dolan Dark, used to edit the intro skits for LeafyIsHere. Leafy offered either credit or $20 for their work; Alex chose to receive credit since he thought it was worth more than the $20.
  • His Twitter got suspended around September 2018 until November 23, 2018. In the meantime, he used the Twitter account grandma bertha. The account is still up and he occasionally tweets from there. The reason behind his suspension is unknown.
  • There have been multiple occasions where either he or his friends showed proof that he lives in Mexico.
    • Hooverr said in the WildSpartanz's Cards Against Humanity | 2 video that Alex lives in Mexico.
    • More evidence to Alex being Mexican is the Spanish text that was often notable in screen recordings and screenshots of his older videos, such as the verb "copiar" which translates to the verb "to copy" on his HOW TO MAKE LETS PLAYS video. Furthermore, his accent was a lot more apparent at this point in time.
    • In "THE ANIMAL JAM RAID IS ABOUT TO HAPPEN...", it is seen he was using the Mexico City time zone. He's very often in LA where the timezone is PST.
    • However also tweeted stating he was going to visit Alex to collab with him; the airport he was going to land - PVR - is in Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco, Mexico.
    • Aksel, like Hooverr, tweeted that he was going to travel to meet Alex for the first time in real life in Mexico.
    • In I HOSTED THE WORST COOKING COMPETITION, his friends (Jordan, John, and Ed) appeared to speak little English, but were fluent in Spanish. Alex was shown to also be fluent in Spanish, as he sometimes talked to his friends in Spanish.
  • He has an electronic keyboard that is frequently in the background of his videos. He plays it occasionally on his Twitch streams, mostly during the beginning.
  • The "HQ" in his name was of reference to the "Toon Headquarters" building in Toontown, commonly abbreviated as the "Toon HQ" by players of the game.
    • The reason why he dropped the HQ from his username is that the original account with the name "Quackity" has been deleted.
  • Within his videos, Quackity the Toon has died in a total of three times, two in the QuackityHQ YouTube channel and one in his ToonsCollab challenge video, although the deaths are non-canon.
    • Executed by police for murdering Santa.
    • Shot by Joey Ziolkowski or Jesse Schell.
    • Jumped off his house's roof, dressed as Superman.
  • He frequently travels between Mexico and Los Angeles.
  • His channel was slowly growing until December 2017 and had explosive growth in late October 2018.
  • He claims to live in Afghanistan, California, United States as a joke, however he actually lives in Mexico.
  • He joined Dream's SMP server, Dream SMP, on August 2020.
  • He has stated that, currently, he is a law student.[5]
  • He has a cat named Tiger.
  • He has an older brother[6]who also runs a YouTube channel (currently inactive)
  • He is 5'8" (173 cm) tall.[7]
  • Viewers planned a "raid" on Quackity on October 21 where they pretended it was his birthday, although his actual birthday is on December 28.[citation needed]
  • He Is Christian as Confirmed in this clip

Subscriber milestones

Note: The following dates are according to Social Blade. Dates may vary by one or two days due to differences in time zones.


  • 1 million subscribers: December 20, 2018
  • 2 million subscribers: July 30, 2019
  • 3 million subscribers: September 9, 2020
  • 4 million subscribers: January 16, 2021
  • 5 million subscribers: May 3, 2021
  • 6 million subscribers: December 31, 2021


  • 1 million subscribers: December 1, 2020
  • 2 million subscribers: April 7, 2021
  • 3 million subscribers: October 10, 2021


  • 1 million subscribers: May 9, 2021

Video view milestones

Note: The following dates are according to Social Blade. Dates may vary by one or two days due to differences in time zones.

  • 100 million views: January 21, 2019
  • 200 million views: November 2, 2019
  • 300 million views: October 11, 2020
  • 400 million views: June 25, 2021