The game developer Scott was born on 26 July 1971 in Houston, Texas, United States. An American game designer is 50 years old. His sun sign is Leo. He is from Fort Worth, but currently, he lives in Salado, Texas, the USA, with his family. Scott was a devout Christian. The American independent video game designer is 70 kg and 1.75 m. He has American citizenship and Nationality.
As of 2021, Scott Cawthon's net worth is estimated at $70 million.
Cawthon was interested in game creation after his mother purchased a program called Klik and Play. He is an American video-game developer, writer, and animator. His success story as a game developer started in 2014.
His career in the field of animation began in the 1990s. He created various games, but he is well-known as the creator of ‘Five Nights at Freddy’s.’ His popular games are ‘There is no pause Button’ and ‘The Desolate Hope.’ Moreover, Christian-based animations such as- A Christmas Journey and The Pilgrim’s Process.
For creating 3D Models of objects, and characters for his game, he uses Autodesk 3ds Max. On 14 June 2014, he released the trailer of ‘Five Nights at Freddy’s,’ and it received massive popularity. The game became the subject of numerous ‘Let’s Play’ videos on YouTube.
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Scott is popular for his variety of games. Here is a list of popular video games by Scott Cawthon.
On 26 December 2019, his first book ‘Fazbear Frights’ was released on Amazon.com in Kindle and Paper book format. The next ten is also ready with their release dates and titles.
He was blessed with 2 children. They are named lan Cawthon and Braden Cawthon. The hobby of lan is speedcubing. It is the art of solving the puzzles as quickly as possible.
With his successful video game franchise and published books, Scott Cawthon has a Net Worth of $60 Million. He has made $20 Million by selling the games. In 2015, he was nominated for an iHorror Award. It was in the category of the best horror video game. He was nominated for the award because of his work in Five Nights at Freddy. The creator and developer of video games have announced that he is stepping away from the games to focus on his family.