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Who are the 10 richest YouTubers in the world

by Nicoletta Cottone

The global top ten of YouTubers according to Forbes: between June 2017 and June 2018 they earned over 180 million dollars. Ryan ToysReview ($ 1.5 million) is leading the ranking, Ryan is a 8-years old kid: in 2015 his parents opened the YouTube channel where he tries and describes toys. Today it has 17,3 million followers and 26 billion page views. Second listed is Jake Paul, 21 years old. The rap singer and actor of the Disney TV series “Bizaardvark” earned last year 21 million dollars, mainly through merchandising. Third, the Dude Perfect, five American guys big fan of basketball: Garrett Hilbert, Cody Jones, Tyler Toney and the twins Coby and Cory Cotton. They have 36 million subscribers and more than 6 billion page views. At fourth place stands Daniel Middleton, a 27-year-old Briton known as Dan TDM. He launched a channel dedicated to Pokemon, now is on the platform with “The Diamond Minecart”, for children of 5-10 years. At fifth place is Queen of Beauty Bloggers: 33-year-old Jeffrey Lynn Steininger. YouTuber with 9 million subscribers and over one billion pages viewed, she has launched also a cosmetic brand. Sixth in the ranking is Markiplier, pseudonym of 29-year-old Mark Fischbach from Los Angeles. He's on YouTube since 2012, where is well known for his PS4 playing skills. At seventh place is Canadian gamer specialized in playing at Assassin's Creed and Call of Duty, Vanoss Gaming, real name Evan Fong. He is also a hip hop star. Eighth, “the king” of the Irish YouTubers: the gamer Seán McLoughlin. He works as developer of exclusive content for Twitch platform and took part in a Disney tv series. At ninth place is PewDiePie, real name Felix Kjellberg, a 27-year-old provocative Swedish gamer. It has 72.5 million subscribers. He has just earned 450.000 dollars from sponsored videos. Tenth, the 23 year old Logan Paul, older brother of Jake Paul (number two in ranking). His revenues are dropping, but he still has 15 million subscribers.

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