Once again, Ryan Kaji made it to the top earner on YouTube. The nine-year-old shows on his channel "Ryan's World" Not only unboxing videos of new toys – experiments, animations and private stories are also part of the content that the boy presents to his 41.7 million fans on YouTube. In the period of twelve months (June 2019 – June 2020), Ryan Kaji is said to have earned around $ 29.5 million on YouTube. But that's not all.
A significantly larger share of its income comes from sponsorship contracts. According to current estimates, Ryan Kaji has made over $ 200 million from various deals. There is also a contract for a separate series with Nickelodeon, the amount of which is still unknown. The Youtuber has only been on the platform with Ryan's World since 2015.
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In addition to Ryan Kaji, Anastasia "Nastya" Radzinskaya is another influencer for children in the top 10. Spread across her multiple channels, the six-year-old girl has 160 million subscribers and an income of around 18.5 million US dollars. In second place is "Mr. Beast", another well-known name in the scene that only really took off in the last two years. One of his highlights this year was one Fireworks show valued at $ 600,000 that he released for Independence Day in the United States. The video has already been viewed over 60 million times. Mr. Beast is the second top earner with $ 24 million. You can find the full list below.
These are the top YouTube earners of the year
- Ryan Kaji / $ 29.5 million
- Mr. Beast / $ 24 million
- Dude Perfect / $ 23 million
- Rhett and Link / $ 20 million
- Markiplier / $ 19.5 million
- Preston Arsement / $ 19 million
- Nastya / $ 18.5 million
- Blippi / $ 17 million
- David Dobrik / $ 15.5 million
- Jeffree Star / $ 15 million
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