This 8-Year-Old Earned RM107 Million From YouTube In 2019

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This 8-Year-Old Earned RM107 Million From YouTube In 2019

His life is set.

Let's face it: we would be extremely lucky to have RM1 million in the bank account by the time we retire.

However, at just eight years old, this little boy has earned US$26 million (RM107 million) in 2019 alone.

Yep, you better believe it.

Earned money by playing with toys

Meet the world's richest kid.
Ryan Kaji, a Youtuber, is the highest-paid creator on the platform, according to a list published by Forbes magazine.

A report by Channel News Asia said Kaji, whose real name is Ryan Guan, was also Youtube’s highest earner in 2018, with US$22 million (RM91 million).

His channel, called ‘Ryan's World,’ was launched in 2015 and has 22.9 million subscribers.

The channel, which was initially called ‘Ryan ToysReview,’, mostly consisted of videos of unboxing toys and playing with them.

Some of his videos was watched over a billion times and the channel itself has received almost 35 billion views since its creation, according to data from the analytics website Social Blade.

In Forbes’ ranking, the channel ‘Dude Perfect’ was the runner up, earning US$20 million (RM82 million) between 1 June 2018 and 1 June 2019.

In third place was another child star's channel. Russia's Anastasia Radzinskaya earned US$18 million (RM74 million) at only 5-years-old.

Time to consider Youtube content creator as a possible career path?

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