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PewDiePie reveals how much money he makes per hour

Published: 29/Mar/2019 22:42 Updated: 29/Mar/2019 22:52

by Virginia Glaze


YouTuber Felix ‘PewDiePie’ Kjellberg is one of the most popular creators on the platform, with over 91 million subscribers thanks to his battle against Bollywood label T-Series.

Due to his overwhelming popularity on the website, many fans have speculated how much money the YouTuber actually earns, with sites like Forbes suggesting that PewDiePie rakes in nearly $12 million per year.

PewDiePie opened up about the subject in a video on March 29, where he answered some of Google’s top questions about him – including how much money he makes.

PewDiePie, YouTubeWhile PewDiePie didn’t state his exact daily earnings, he hinted that he earns around $3,400 per hour in a 40-hour work week – equaling nearly $7 million a year.

One article suggested that the YouTuber earns a total of $3,400 per hour in an estimated 40-hour work week, which he didn’t appear to deny.

“I don’t know exactly how much I make per day,” PewDiePie admitted. “That doesn’t seem too far off, which is pretty crazy when you think about it.”

If PewDiePie’s statement is true, that would mean the YouTuber rakes in nearly $7 million a year.

Despite his apparent financial status, PewDiePie asserted a firm belief that “money isn’t everything,” and even claimed to live a modest life to avoid being changed by his monetary success.

“I obviously didn’t start YouTube to make money,” he said of his wealth. “…Considering how much I make, I try to live modestly, because I don’t want to – I want to live a normal life. I don’t want the money to change my life.”

The YouTuber went on to outline his future financial goals, claiming that he hopes to save up enough dough to buy a house in Japan for future holiday visits – as well as amass a decent retirement fund.

While he didn’t state his exact net worth, PewDiePie did reveal that he was “definitely” worth more than $20 million, as estimated by another site’s analytics.

While PewDiePie rose to fame thanks to his horror game playthroughs, the YouTuber has since amassed a massive following on the website due to his battle with T-Series, which went on for nearly half a year.

While the label has since surpassed Kjellberg by 80,000 subscribers as of March 29, he managed to reach a record-breaking 91 million sub count in the process, and still reigns as YouTube’s most-subscribed independent creator.


AriaSaki explains how Disguised Toast helped her out of a “dark place”

Published: 26/Nov/2020 16:12

by Alice Hearing


Twitch streamer AriaSaki has revealed DisguisedToast helped her when she was “In a very dark place,” in a heartbreaking tweet on his birthday.

Aria is a Twitch streamer and cosplayer known for playing League of Legends. Aria is close friends with Jeremy “DisguisedToast” Wang, a hugely popular Canadian streamer, YouTuber, and Internet personality of OfflineTV.

Aria shocked fans on November 25, tweeting: “A month ago I was in a very dark place and planned to end it all. Toast reached out to me, talked to me till 6 AM to make sure I was ok.

“[Toast] invited me to OTV for healing and ultimately saved ‘AriaSaki’. You have him to thank for me being here today. HBD Toast.”

Fans left an outpouring of support in response to Aria’s tweet. One person said they were astounded by DisguisedToast’s kindness, writing “stop I’m gonna cry this is so cute toast is such a good guy & I’m glad you’re okay aria!”

The tweet itself has gone viral, amassing more than 170,000 likes and attracting the attention of several other influencers all expressing their concern and expressing their thanks to DisguisedToast.

Fellow streamer Renniesaurus responded, writing “Aria, I’m so glad that Toast was able to help you… I’m happy to have been able to meet you and call me your friend.”

Thankfully, it seems that Aria is now happier, and Disguised Toast has a new level of respect from his fans.