MrBeast’s Net Worth

Jimmy Donaldson, popularly known as MrBeast, the man who pulls of some eye-catching stunts on YouTube, which gives large sums of money away to charity and his buddies.

Moreover, he is considered the pioneer of philanthropic YouTube stunt videos. He is also one of the highest-paid YouTubers on Earth. In 2020 he earned $24 million from his YouTube channel, merchandise sales and sponsorships with brands like Microsoft and Electronic Arts.

However, Jimmy reportedly invests the majority of his earnings from videos back into the video production. He now spends as much as $300,000 producing one video, which was close to $10,000 a few years back.

His stunts tend to have a philanthropic angle, like giving money to strangers or adopting an entire shelter of rescue dogs.

Here are some facts about MrBeast’s wealth and net worth:

  • Channels generate $3 million in monthly gross revenue
  • Raised $20 million to planet 20 million trees
  • Has donated over 100 cars
  • Gave away $1 million in a single video

MrBeast earns at least $3 million per month from his YouTube video views. In March 2022, MrBeast uploaded 54 videos to his 13 channels. Those 54 videos resulted in 283 million total views.

Jimmy has also got some impressive options, owning multiple properties. He’s got four different and lavish houses in Kansas, Georgia, Los Angeles, Las Vegas, and New York. In search of making better living for himself, he always keeps switching between them.

As far his car collection, MrBeast currently has three luxurious models from different companies as per the website Abizz. He’s got a Lamborghini Huracan Spyder worth $229,000, along with a Tesla Model S that costs $90,000. And yes, he also owns a BMW i8 Coupe, which is worth $149,000.

In the years 2019 and 2020, his earnings have increased even more. It was $27 million and $35 million respectively in these two years. Last year, it jumped to a solid $45 million while the current amount, from 2021, is $56 million.



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