Find Out the complete $20 million Net Worth Details of PewDiePie including his YouTube Earning, merch, PewDiePie Vs T-Series and intriguing story behind all his fame and money.
Born on 24 October 1989 to mother Lotta Kristine Johanna Kjellberg and father Ulf Kjellberg, a Swedish average guy Felix Arvid Ulf Kjellberg aka PewDiePie often preferred to sit and multiplying his talents & energy behind the desks of the computer; playing video games and streaming it with hilarious reaction video is now one of the ‘popular and most followed’ YouTubers in the era.
Primarily known from his ‘Let’s Play’ videos and comedic formatted show PewDiePie later went onto be a source of happiness and a ‘trend’ to millions of his fans and followers. From Meme’s review LWAI to his intriguing video gameplays to his shaking subscribers count with T-Series, Pewd surely did no YouTuber ever tried. Time Magazine’s list of The World’s 100 Most Influential People. Felix dropped out of the Chalmers University of Technology to pursue a career as an internet personality. So in order to know how much Net Worth and hundred bands PewDiePie made throughout his evolving YouTube career, we’ve brought you with all the details.
How Much is PewDiePie Net Worth?
PewDiePie is enjoying his life with $30 million fortune.
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As of 2020, PewDiePie’s net worth is estimated to be around $30 million. The source behind such a staggering number can be fully accompanied to his successful YouTube career, Merch sales, and self-written book. So without wasting any time, let’s have a peek at his millionaire journey,
PewDiePie started his YouTube channel on April 29th, 2010 and initially uploaded ‘Let’s Play’ videos of horror and action video games. His channel experienced substantial growth in popularity over the next two years and reached 1 million subscribers in July 2012. Over time, his style of content diversified to include vlogs, comedy shorts, formatted shows, and music videos. For his energetic and funny commentating on gameplay and reaction videos he shortly became a viral phenomenon and subsequently the most subscribed YouTube channel in 2012 with 5 million subscribers.
Pie later went to sign with Disney Digital’s Makers Studio which helped him escalated his media attention and stardom to the next level but sadly was dropped from his network partner and YouTube’s Red platform for anti-Semitic and Nazi imagery contents. Nevertheless, PewDiePie to date shares 104 million subscribers, 4113 uploads and counting, and total video views of 25,124,429,6000. Let’s have a glimpse at the A grade YouTube channel runner and most subscribed YouTuber’s earning from YouTube.
PewDiePie ‘100 Million Play Button’ Recipient Monthly Earning From YouTube
PewDiePie YouTube Earning chart.
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The Swedish YouTuber’s monthly earning is estimated to be around $74.9k to $1.2 million, depending on his channel trend. As you can see his last 30 days’ views are 299.524 million which is without a doubt a desiring number to all the YouTubers out there.
Similarly, the 30 years old earn an estimated $898.6k to $14 million per year from his YouTube Channel. The ahead assumption of the highest YouTube earnings is also based on the maximum potentiality of his channel. So we assume Pewd earns around $4 – $5 million per year alone from YouTube.
PewDiePie Channel Earning Chart
Visitor chart of PewDiePie.
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Here’s a list of Felix’s monthly YouTube earning chart where his every video is double million views. And the estimated earning such as 14 million-plus video earning between $3.6k to $57.1k is also estimated as YouTube pays the content creators as over-viewing the value of their contents and advertisement.
PewDiePie Vs T-Series (Followers Count)
Yes, the PewDiePie vs T-Series (an Indian record company run by Bhusan Kumar) drama was a fun thing to watch, isn’t it? Well, the competition between the two YouTube channel started in early 2017 for the title of the most viewed channel. Meanwhile, in the YouTube glamour community Tati Westbrook vs. James Charl’s sub count and feud.
Some of the notable YouTubers who supported Pie to stack up his follower’s count are Mr.Beast who spent millions of dollars for Pewdie’s banners advertisement and offering random people thousand of dollars for subscribing PewDiePie. MrBeast is also the man responsible for creating ‘Subscribe to PewDiePie’ moment. Similarly, other YouTubers such as Logan Paul [$15 million Fortune], KSI, Markiplier, Jacksepticeye, and Captain Sparklez also voiced their support for him.
PewDiePie had been the most-subscribed channel since 2013. T-Series had temporarily overtaken PewDiePie on numerous occasions in 2019, and on 27 March 2019, it became the most subscribed channel for five consecutive days before PewDiePie retook the lead. After that, PewDiePie held the lead for 2 weeks, before T-Series passed him permanently, reaching 100 million subscribers on 29 May 2019.
However, PewDiePie is still the most subscribed YouTuber to date as T-Series is a musical company with lots of A-Lister artists working on it. So it’s ‘one vs many’.
PewDiePie Merch and Book
A glimpse at PewDiePie Merch.
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Following the classic good YouTuber’s trends, Pewd also owns his own merchant line PewDiePie Merch. You can buy different psychedelic and high humorous printed T-shirts, hoodies, Sweatshirt, caps and other different merch from his official store Represent.
The product ranges from $29, $39 and $48 for full sleeve t-shirts, hoodies, and sweatshirts. Yeah, a little expensive than Logan Paul Maverick, ShopMrBeast, ZHC Merch– perks of being the most followed YouTube and The Most Popular Gaming Web Star. Besides Pie’s self-written book ‘This Book Loves You’ which costs around $10 on Kindle and $11.77 on Paperback also sold 112,000 copies – Roughly 1.12 million just from the book sale.
So accounting his YouTube revenue, merch, book and endorsement deals helped PewDiePie rack himself with the golden number fortune of $30 million. Like most of the successful stars, Pewd kept it simple, original and did what he loved the most.