The biggest stars of YouTube today are regarded as personal celebrities. In reality, YouTube’s earnings become a smaller percentage of its actual net worth. The richest YouTubers make greater money by introducing their own products, music labels, and other companies using their huge followers as free marketing.
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Top 5 Richest YouTuber in 2021
Those who branch out of YouTube with their huge successes to start other companies are the richest YouTubers in the list, according to GrooveWallet.
These earnings were considered as a product of its huge YouTube channel since it was an indirect result.
5. Ryan’s World
In 2015, Ryan’s World started on YouTube. He watched channels for toy analysis and thought children should examine toys too. His mom left her job and worked full-time for Ryan’s World.
Ryan ToysReview was the name of the chain. His family also changed Guan, their last name, to Kaji, his last name on-screen.
The family now operates 9 YouTube channels. These channels cover playback. They also cover the experiments in DIY science and Ryan is involved in various challenges. In Japanese and Spanish, they also developed channels. Most of the toys that are donated to charity in Ryan’s World review.
The net value of Ryan is 32 million dollars. He earned 29.5 million dollars in 2020. Its YouTube network has 45 million members with a cumulative view of 61,3 billion.
4. DanTDM (Daniel Middleton)
In 2009, DanTDM played under PokemanDanlvl45 the game “Pokemon” and “Counter-Strike: Global Offensive.” In 2012, he began the DiamondMinecarft, the main YouTube channel. Minecraft was his main focus on this channel.
Dan kept playing other games as well. For a dedicated Minecraft video website, he set a Guinness World Record. He also set the record for a team of two and three players for most goals scored in a Rocket League game.
Now, the net value is 35 million dollars and the channel has a total of 29.3 million viewers and 18.5 billion views.
3. Markiplier (Mark Fischbach)
In 2012, Markiplier entered Youtube. He started sketching comedy where every character in the sketch will perform. So he got his name from YouTube.
He played on that channel video games and then went to build MarkiplerGAME until Youtube blocked his AdSense account.
In 2019, Markiplier created Unus Annus with Ethan Nestor for a new YouTube channel. For one year, they made a film. After the year was over, the whole channel and content will be deleted.
Mark’s net worth is 35 million dollars, with revenues of 19.5 million dollars in 2020. The total amount of its channel is 28,8 million dollars and its views total 15,4 billion.
2. PewDiePie (Felix Kjellberg)
For his commentary on video games, PewDiePiE became popular! When reporting on his experiences and showing amusing reactions he played games. At the time there were no large gaming outlets, so his rise was at the right time.
In 2012, Felix had the most at the time five million subscribers. It is also the most subscribed person YouTube user site. He is also the third largest subscribed channel, according to Forbes.
Felix’s net worth is $40 million with a total of 109 million subscribers and a total vies of 27 billion.
1. Jeffree Star
Jeffree Star began to make and model various work. Jeffree entered Myspace and had one of the greatest followings. He was a blogger and tried his fortune for the world of music, according to Slice.CA.
In 2014 he didn’t panic his musical career. He started Jeffree Star Cosmetics with life savings and he used YouTube to promote his brand and himself.
He now pays $100 million a year to Jeffree Star Cosmetics. The net worth of the company currently stands at $200 million with 16.5 million subscribers and 2.4 billion views.