MrBeast Net Worth

Jimmy Donaldson ( Wichita , Kansas , May 7, 1998 ) , known as MrBeast , is an American YouTuber , businessman , and philanthropist .  He is known for making videos focused on people doing challenges in exchange for large sums of money.  He is also a co-founder of Team Trees , a fundraiser for the Arbor Day Foundation , as is Team Seas , which has raised more than US$75 million. And 80 million euros

MrBeast Net Worth

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MrBeast Net Worth:
$99 Million

MrBeast’s Salary:

$3-5 Million Per Month
MrBeast's Salary:

Biography

He was born on May 7, 1998.  He lives in Raleigh ( North Carolina ), and graduated from the Greenville Christian Academy in 2016.  According to Newsweek , he dropped out of college to devote himself full time to his career as a youtuber.  He has an older brother named CJ Donaldson, owner of the MrBro channel .  Donaldson suffers from Crohn’s disease , an inflammatory bowel disease .  He is in a relationship with Instagram model Maddy Spidell.

He started making videos on YouTube in 2011, at the age of thirteen,  under the name MrBeast6000 . The initial content of it was varied, including from Let’s Plays to “videos in which estimates of the net worth of youtubers were made.”  However, the number of views was relatively low, his videos receiving an average of around a thousand views, until the publication, in 2017, of the video “Counting to 100,000” (counting up to 100,000) which garnered tens of thousands of views. In a few days. At the end of July 2022, he reached 100 million subscribers on YouTube getting the platinum plate. 14 He is a member of the talent management companyDallas -based Night Media .

content and style

His videos usually present challenges and bets. He often makes videos, usually sponsored by third parties, in which he gives away large amounts of money to probably unknown people

In January 2017, he posted a nearly 24-hour video of himself counting to 100,000. The production of the video lasted a total of 40 hours; Jimmy had to speed up parts of the video to “get it under 24 hours.” In February of the same year, he uploaded another video entitled Counting to 200,000 , a video that, according to himself, also had parts that had to be taken in fast motion, since the fifty-five hour length of the video exceeded the limit of YouTube upload. 18 Likewise, he has tried to break windows with a hundred megaphones , he has seen how the paint dries for an hour, 8He attempted to stay underwater for 24 hours (but failed due to health problems) and unsuccessfully attempted to spin a fidget spinner for a day, though the video of him trying to perform the feat is no longer available. 19 In March 2019, he organized and filmed a battle royale video game competition in Los Angeles with a prize of $200,000 (two games were played, so the prize received was $100,000 for each game) in collaboration with Apex Legends .  The event and prize pool were sponsored by Electronic Arts , parent company of Apex Legends

Typically, Donaldson’s videos can be seen giving away large sums of money; example, in December 2018 he gave US$100,000 worth of items to homeless shelters.  He Donated Another $32,000 To The Veterans Army Wounded Warrior Program; $70,000 to Saint Jude Children’s Research Hospital and another $10,000 to a local Los Angeles animal shelter. The expensive YouTube videos of him are mostly funded and sponsored by the Honey coupon company .  During the subscriber battle between PewDiePie and T-Series, Donaldson purchased billboards and numerous radio spots to promote the competition;  In Super Bowl LIII , he bought several seats for himself and his team, whose jerseys read “Sub 2 PewDiePie” (Subscribe to PewDiePie). 

On November 24, 2021, he uploaded a video titled $456,000 Squid Game In Real Life! , which reached 31 million views in the first fifteen hours with its video tribute to the Netflix series, El juego del squid .  ​31 ​ The total cost that he has invested in the game is 3.5 million dollars (3.12 million euros), as he himself assured a few days ago on social networks: two million dedicated to the production and another 1.5 to the cash prizes.  It has such a high budget thanks to the sponsorship of video games that it occupies part of the 25-minute video posted on YouTube.35

Team Trees

On October 25, 2019 at 7:00 pm UTC , Donaldson and former NASA engineer Mark Rober hosted a streamed fundraiser event on YouTube called #TeamTrees . The goal of the project was to raise $20 million for the Arbor Day Foundation by January 1, 2020, and plant trees “no later than December 2022.” The organization would plant one tree for every dollar raised. Each donation would go to the Arbor Day Foundation , which has pledged to plant a tree for every dollar. Multiple YouTubers and celebrities such as Rhett & Link , Marshmello , iJustine , Marques Brownlee, The Slow Mo Guys , Ninja , Simone Giertz , Jacksepticeye or Smarter Every Day paid attention to the collection. The trees began to be planted in October 2019 in national parks in the United States . Within 24 hours of the project, which lasted 67 days, almost 4 million dollars had been donated.  On December 19 of that year, the goal of 20,000,000 dollars was exceeded.  And by May 27, 2020, the project had raised more than $22 million. The project has also received large donations from corporate executives such asJack Dorsey , Susan Wojcicki , Elon Musk  or Tobias Lütke . 

MrBeast Burger

Will Hyde, producer of the MrBeast channel , announced in a November 2020 article published in The Wake Weekly that Donaldson would launch a virtual restaurant called MrBeast Burger in December 2020. Hyde said his team worked with Virtual Dining Concepts during the planning period. from the restaurant. MrBeast Burger would sell its franchise rights to serve burgers to restaurants across the US, UK and Canada and customers would be able to order the burgers via online delivery services . 

On December 19, 2020, it was announced that MrBeast Burger would have 300 locations across the United States, and that the chain would also launch an app.

Awards and nominations

 
Year Ceremony Category Outcome Ref
2019 Streamy Awards breakout creator Winner
ensemble cast nominated
creator of the year nominated
2020 Shorty Awards YouTuber of the year Winner
Streamy Awards creator of the year Winner
live special Winner
Social Good: Creators Winner
Social good: Non-profit or NGO Winner