YouTube is increasingly a way of doing business and the 10 most money-making youtubers say between June 2019 and 2020, thanks to the popularity on the Google platform. Of all ages, the top 10 of those who stand out raised a total of $ 200 million.

THE list is from Forbes, which explains that earnings estimates refer to the period between June 1, 2019 and June 1, 2020 and do not include tax payments or amounts paid to managers or lawyers. The ranking includes only “YouTube Stars”, people whose main digital and media revenue results from YouTube.

See in the gallery the top 10 of youtubers that have made the most money in the last year

10th place – Jeffree Star

  • Earnings: $ 15 million
  • Total views between June 2019 and June 2020: 600 million
  • Followers: 16.9 million

Jeffree Star mainly publishes make-up videos and, although 2020 was marked by some controversy, namely for alleged sexual assaults, it still appears in the top 10 of the list. But more profitable than the YouTube channel is its makeup line.

9th place – David Dobrik

  • Earnings: $ 15.5 million
  • Total views between June 2019 and June 2020: 2.7 billion
  • Followers: 18 million

At the age of 24, David Dobrik has sought to publish content to make his followers laugh. One of the videos shows your marriage to the mother of your best friend, just a joke since a month later they separated.

8th place – Stevin John

  • Earnings: $ 17 million
  • Total views between June 2019 and June 2020: 8.2 billion
  • Followers: 27.4 million

In the account designated by Blippi, 32-year-old Stevin John publishes educational content for children. For that, he embodies a “character” and shows with practical experiences how he can animate but also help the younger ones to learn.

7th place – Anastasia Radzinskaya

  • Earnings: $ 18.5 million
  • Total views between June 2019 and June 2020: 39 billion
  • Followers: 190.6 million

With Russian nationality, Anastasia Radzinskaya is only six years old and has her father’s participation in the Like Nastya PRT channel. Together they publish, for example, videos where they play with legos or clean the house.

6th place – Preston Arsement

  • Earnings: $ 19 million
  • Total views between June 2019 and June 2020: 3.3 billion
  • Followers: 33.4 million

The “world” of Minecraft remains a “gold mine” for 26-year-old Arsement. The young man has several YouTube channels, showing, in particular, his strategies in games such as the popular Call of Duty.

5th place – Mark Fischbach

  • Earnings: $ 19.5 million
  • Total views between June 2019 and June 2020: 3.1 billion
  • Followers: 27.8 million

Mark Fischbach has been making YouTube a profession for eight years, publishing video game reviews. But in 2019 he decided to launch a new channel with his colleague Ethan Nestor, Unus Annus, which was known from the beginning that it would only last a year, but which was quite popular.

4th place – Rhett and Link

  • Earnings: $ 20 million
  • Total views between June 2019 and June 2020: 1.9 billion
  • Followers: 41.8 million

Rhett and Link started their careers on YouTube with Good Mythical Morning. In the talk show marked by humor, both try to make varied content, namely about food or more “nerdy” experiences.

3rd place – Dude Perfect

  • Earnings: $ 23 million
  • Total views between June 2019 and June 2020: 2.77 billion
  • Followers: 57.5 million

This YouTube channel shows how five brothers can have fun and amuse their followers, namely with their skills for sport.

2nd place – Jimmy Donaldson

  • Earnings: $ 24 million
  • Total views between June 2019 and June 2020: 3 billion
  • Followers: 47.8 million

Jimmy Donaldson’s videos are a mix of acrobatics and humor. In the last 12 months he decided to test his skills by spending a day in an “ice house” and doing 1,000 rounds on a ferris wheel.

1st place – Ryan Kaji

  • Earnings: $ 29.5 million
  • Total views between June 2019 and June 2020: 12.2 billion
  • Followers: 41.7 million

At just nine years old, Ryan Kaji was the most won youtuber in the last year. In the videos, the star publishes scientific experiences, family stories and analyzes and tests on toys.

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