Roadway to the achievement:
MrBeast who is originally known as Jimmy Donaldson, used to do huge cash giveaways and intricate stunts on his channel which were widely liked by his viewers. And this in turn led him to receive more than 10 million views. He has won various endorsement deals and added high valued advertisements for his videos that led him to earn more profit.
About his channel:
His channel that viewed high adventurous videos by MrBeast have made him own a big amount of 54 million dollars. At present, he has 88.1 million subscribers for his YouTube channel.
It is to be mentioned that the Youtuber has surpassed toy and game critic named Ryan Kaji of 10 years old. Young boy Kaji appeared at the top of the annual list for the previous 2 years with his brand name ‘Ryan’s World.’
Besides being a YouTuber, MrBeast is also a reputed entrepreneur who owns a restaurant chain and a video game firm.
As per the information provided by Forbes, the ten highest-paid YouTubers across the world earned an integrated amount of 300 million dollar.
Donaldson began posting videos to YouTube in early 2012 at the age of 13, under the handle “MrBeast6000”; his early content ranged from Let’s Plays to “videos estimating the wealth of other YouTubers.” He went viral in 2017 after his “counting to 100,000” video earned tens of thousands of views in just a few days, and he has become increasingly popular ever since, with most of his videos gaining tens of millions of views.
Over the course of time, his style of content diversified to include challenge and donation videos that reward thousands of dollars to a million dollar, videos either with arduous tasks or survival, and original vlogging videos. Once his channel took off, Donaldson hired several of his childhood friends to help him run the growing brand. As of 2020, the MrBeast team was made up of 30 people.
In 2015 and 2016, Donaldson began to gain popularity on the platform due to his “worst intros” series of videos, which rounded up and poked fun at YouTuber introductions he discovered on the site. By mid-2016, Donaldson had around 30,000 subscribers. In fall 2016, Donaldson dropped out of East Carolina University to pursue a full-time career as a YouTuber. His mother did not approve of this, and made him move out of the family home.
In 2019, Donaldson won the Breakout Creator by Streamy Awards. He won YouTuber of the Year, at the 12th Annual Shorty Awards in 2020. He was also one of the top 10 highest-paid YouTubers of 2020, alongside other personalities such as Markiplier, Ryan’s World and Blippi.