MR. BEAST NET WORTH:
Jimmy Donaldson who is popularly known as “Mr. Beast” is an American YouTuber, internet personality, businessman, and philanthropist. He is a well-established YouTuber who has created, instigated, and pioneered a new genre of Youtube videos that focus on expensive stunts. Mr. Beast has been on youtube since the age of 13. He became famous for his generous cash giveaways. The video that made Mr. Beast famous was the one in which he donated $10,000 to a homeless man. Since then, he has been consistent with this pursuit by producing some very unique and entertaining content, making his videos hugely successful on the platform.
Mr. Beast is also known as “YouTube’s biggest philanthropist”. Currently, he has 87.4 Million subscribers on his main channel and 171.9 million combined. He creates very unique content. The genre of his videos mainly revolves around Comedy, entertainment, vlogs, and gaming. It is also estimated that Mr. Beast makes around $76.9 thousand – $1.2 Million per month and around $922.4 thousand- $14.8 Million annually through his YouTube channels. Forbes also tagged his channel as one of the most popular and most viewed channels in the years 2019 and 2020.
Mr. Beast’s Net Worth
According to YouTube rich list, Mr. Beast was the highest-paid star of 2021. Youtube’s most-watched video in the year 2021 was that of Mr. Beast’s video titled, “I spent 50 hours buried alive.” As of 2022, Mr. Beast has a net worth of $30 million. The video showed MrBeast burying himself in a coffin underground for 50 hours. The video has received over 151.7 million views till December 10, 2021. He also won the 11th streamy award for the creator of the year.
Mr. Beast Net Worth
|Net Worth:||$30 Million|
|Full Name:||Mr. Beast|
|Real Name:||Jimmy Donaldson|
|Monthly Income:||$2 Million|
|Annual Income:||$10 Million|
Mr. Beast Net Worth Growth
|Net Worth in 2022||$30 Million|
|Net Worth in 2021||$30 Million|
|Net Worth in 2020||$25 Million|
|Net Worth in 2019||$20 Million|
|Net Worth in 2018||$15 Million|
|Net Worth in 2017||$14 Million|
Jimmy Donaldson was born in Wichita, Kansas, United States on the 7th of May, in 1998. Donaldson also has an elder brother named CJ. Both jimmy and CJ were raised in Greenville, North Carolina. Donalson graduated from Greenville Christian Academy, a private secondary school in the area, in the year 2016. After that, he went on to attend East Carolina University before dropping out.
Donaldson began posting videos to YouTube in early 2012 at the age of 13. To be quite precise, Donalson uploaded his first youtube video in February 2012 under the handle, “MrBeast6000”. At that time his content mainly ranged from, Let’s Plays (a gaming channel) and also some other videos wherein he
estimated the wealth of other YouTubers, he also created videos wherein he offered tips to upcoming YouTube creators, and also gave some commentary on YouTube drama. During this early period of his channel, Donaldson himself made few appearances in his videos.
The subscriber count of his channel, which was then named “That-dude”, was merely 240, as of July 2013
In 2015 and 2016, Donaldson began to gain some popularity on youtube because of his “worst intros” series of videos, in which he collected and made fun of other introductions of YouTubers, he discovered on the site. By mid-2016, Donaldson’s subscribers grew up to 30,000. And finally, in 2016, Donaldson decided to drop out of his university to pursue a full-time career as a YouTuber. His mother did not approve of that and made Donaldson move out of their family home.
He went viral in the year 2017 when he posted a video in which he counted to 100,000. This stunt took him almost 40 hours, some parts of the video were sped up to keep it under “24 hours”. After that, he posted another video, in which he counted to 2,00,000, which was uploaded the next month. This video again was sped up because the full video was of fifty-five hours, which was against YouTube’s upload limit.
Donalson also gained a lot of popularity during this period by making videos like attempting to break a glass using a hundred megaphones, attempting to stay underwater which he was not able to do owing to health issues, and another unsuccessful attempt of trying to spin a fidget spinner for a day. And, by the year 2018, Donaldson was able to give $1 Million owing to his creative and unique stunts, through which he claimed the title of “YouTube’s biggest philanthropist”. Thenceforth, he also organized many competitions and tournaments with pretty fancy amounts too.
Donaldson’s videos generally feature attention-grabbing and very unique stunts. He also frequently creates videos in which, he donates large amounts of money to people and many of such videos are sponsored by various companies. He also holds many competitions on gaming platforms, for big money prizes.
A typical video of Mr. Beast will show him making generous donations and doing good deeds. Be it giving $10,000 to a local animal shelter in Los Angeles to giving $100,000 worth of items to homeless shelters in 2018, Mr. Beast has done it all. His expensive videos are mostly funded and sponsored through large-scale brand deals that appear as in-video ads on his videos. In 2021, Donaldson even went ahead to claim that he actually runs his main channel at a loss.
Mr. Beast has been credited with launching a new style of expensive stunt videos on YouTube, where creators try to do some unique challenges and some humungous and large-scale sponsored giveaways.
With his channel growing in leaps and bounds, Donaldson then thought about hiring four of his childhood friends – Chris Tyson, Chandler Hollow, Jake Franklin, and Garett Ronalds – to work for him and henceforth even they ended up becoming a constant part of Donaldson’s videos. Former cameraman Karl Jacobs was added into the cast later.
Along with being an amazing creator on YouTube that he is. Mr. Beast has also tried his hands-on entrepreneurship. Some of his ventures are- Finger on the app, which is a one-time multiplayer mobile app where players were tasked to hold a finger to their phone screen in the app, with the last person to take it off winning $25000, Mr. Beast is also the founder of Mr. Beast Burger, It was announced that Mr. Beast would launch a virtual dining restaurant called Mr. Beast Burger in December 2020.
Mr. Beast has also invested in a startup called “Backbone which produces the Backbone One, a controller that makes smartphones appear more similar to Nintendo Switch controllers, and the Backbone app, a content creation, and social tools app for its users Mr. Beast has been also called as an early form of future creator-entrepreneurs
Jimmy Donaldson is also a generous philanthropist. He has co-created Team Trees, a fundraiser for the Arbor Day Foundation, which has raised over $23 Million, and Team Seas, a fundraiser for Ocean Conservancy and The Ocean Cleanup, which has raised over $30 Million. On September 17, 2020, the YouTube channel Beast Philanthropy was created. The channel also posted its first video titled “I opened my own charity!” On March 26, 2021, where Mr. Beast announced the charity and food bank.
|Favorite Actor||Robert Downey Jr.|
|Favorite Actress||Not Know|
|Favorite Singer||Not Know|
|Favorite Food||Not Know|
|Favorite Song||Not Know|
|Favorite Sportsman||Lionel Andrés Messi|
|Favorite Movie||Don’t Know|
|Favorite Cricketer||Virat Kohli|
|Favorite Footballer||Lionel Andrés Messi|
|Favorite TV Show||Not Know|
|Net Worth||$50 Million|
|Height||6 FEET 3 INCHES|
|Date Of Birth||May 7, 1998|
|Birthplace||Kansas, United States|
|Income||$10 Million (Annual)|
In a post on Instagram made in the year 2019, it was revealed that Donaldson was dating a famous Instagram model and social media influencer Maddy Spidell. Other than that as far as health is concerned Davidson suffers from Crohn’s disease, an inflammatory bowel condition. Davidson has had a fair share of adversities in his life. Yet he stands strong. Opinion polls have also shown that Donaldson is one of the most well-liked YouTubers on the platform. In February 2021 Donaldson made a guest appearance on the Clubhouse app, causing it to crash.
Mr. Beast has also gone through a fair share of allegations too. In May 2018, Donaldson was criticized by Taylor Lorenz for tweets containing homophobic slurs. In May 2021, Matt Turner, an editor for Donaldson from February 2018 to September 2019,
claimed that Donaldson berated him almost daily, including being called a retard. Turner also reported that he was regularly not credited for his work. Nine other employees who worked for Donaldson also said that while Donaldson was sometimes generous, his demeanor would change when cameras were off They described it to be a difficult work environment while working under him.
Mr. Beast has won several awards like Breakout creator in the year 2019, and the award for the creator of the year twice in 2020 and 2021. He has also won accolades for his social service like the 10th Streamy Awards for the Social Good: Creator. He also won the 12th Annual Shorty Awards for YouTubers of the year in 2020.
- Creator of the Year
- Live Special
- Social Good: Creator
- Social Good: Nonprofit of NGO