Child, who is nine years old, earns £20 million on YouTube, making him the highest-paid YouTuber.


Child, who is nine years old, earns £20 million on YouTube, making him the highest-paid YouTuber.

THE CREATOR and star of the Ryan’s World YouTube channel made an estimated £20 million from his channel, with an additional £139 million through branded toys and clothing.

Ryan’s World features a slew of videos of the nine-year-old opening and reviewing products, and he’s become one of YouTube’s highest-paid personalities. This four-foot icon has also landed a deal for his own Nickelodeon TV show, the details of which are still unknown but are likely to be lucrative.

Ryan appears to be on track to keep his lead and the title of best paid YouTuber for the fourth year in a row in 2021.

With a £20 million revenue, he outperforms well-known figures such as Mr Beast, Jimmy Donaldson, who makes a pitiful £17 million.

Ryan, a Texas native, is described as a child influencer who began filming videos at the age of four in 2015.

His mother stated that he was motivated by other young YouTubers, who he observed reviewing items and asked why he wasn’t doing the same.

His most popular video has almost two billion views, making it the most-viewed video on YouTube ever.

Ryan’s achievement places him with Ed Sheerans’ Shape of You, Justin Bieber’s Despacito, and Pinkfong’s Baby Shark.

His family, which includes his parents and younger twin sisters, enjoys the celebrity of the child influencers as well.

His family altered their true identity to that of his on-screen surname and assisted him in running eight additional YouTube channels once his channel acquired traction.

Ryan’s World is the most popular of these channels, with 41.7 million subscribers and over 12 billion views.

Ryan has become the face and name of his own brand, which is currently carried by Walmart, Target, and Amazon, before he turns ten.

Ryan’s success, albeit being marred by criticism owing to his age, demonstrates that no genuine qualifications, technology, or specific aptitude are required for YouTube success; all that is required is an idea and a drive.

Some claim that his popularity is due in part to his appeal and genuine connection to his target audience, as well as a shortage of appropriate YouTube content for this age group.

According to Forbes magazine, the top 10 most popular YouTube stars earned a total of £153 million last year.

Toy reviews and “Brinkwire Summary News” by Ryan Kaji.


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