They Quit Their Job To Make Millions On YouTube.
For the past 10 years, YouTube has been a platform for people to share their videos. With the help of today's social networks, we find ourselves sharing various videos with our peers. But there are also a large number of people who are make a living just from posting videos on YouTube.
Here are 20 people who found fortune and fame through their YouTube channel.
Felix Arvid Ulf Kjelberg is one of YouTube's biggest stars. The Swedish video game commentator has a fan base like no other. All of his videos feature him playing a video game, while providing his followers with a foul-mouthed commentary. His estimated yearly income is $825,000-$8.47 million. He has 23.9 million subscribers, along with 3.69 billion views.
Blu Collection is a YouTube channel that provides people with various toy reviews. His estimated yearly income is $660,000-$6.38 million. He has 628,000 subscribers and 1.38 billion views.
DisneyCollectorBR is run by an unnamed Brazilian women. She posts similar toy videos as Blu Collection. Her estimated yearly income is $505,000-$5.06 million. She has 1.05 million subscribers and 1.51 billion views.
Smosh is a comedy duo made up of Ian Hecox and Anthony Padilla. They are the pioneers of YouTube. They have a total of 8 channels where they share video game and movie parodies. Their estimated yearly income is $448,000-$4.50 million. They have 27.71 million subscribers and 4.6 billion views.
Adam Dahlberg is very popular amongst the Minecraft community. He posts videos of his gameplay and commentary. His estimated yearly income is $293,000-$2.92 million. He has 8.99 million subscribers and 1.66 billion views.
Samuel de Luque is a famous Spanish YouTuber who provides interesting game play commentary for Minecraft, Saint's Row and Battlefield. His estimated yearly income is $257,000-$2.59 million. He has 4.66 million subscribers and 552 million views.
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