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On The Table Read Magazine, “the best entertainment magazine in the UK“, experts at Online.Casino conducted a study into which YouTube gaming channels have the potential to earn the most money.
YouTube Gaming Channels
Its a well known fact that a significant number of us love to play computer games. A new report has shown that besides the fact that it be can a pleasurable distraction, it can also have an enormous affect your bank balance, that is on the chance that you record your activity and upload it to YouTube.
The study by Online.Casino ranked the 100 gaming channels with the most subscribers on YouTube based on their social media earning potential on both Instagram and Twitter and channel earnings divided by the number of live videos. The YouTube creators were then ranked according to their combined scores on all three platforms, with the creator who can earn the most by posting on all three platforms taking home the prize.
According to the findings of the study, Rubius Z, Auron, and MrBeast Gaming were some of the highest-earning games, with Rubius Z coming out on top.
Rubius Z is estimated to make £37.728.47 on average per sponsored post that he shares with his 17.8 million Instagram followers, £168.030.39 on average per sponsored tweet that he shares with his 21 million Twitter followers, and £6,232.18 on average in YouTube ad revenue for each video that he shares with his 11.9 YouTube subscribers.
Auron came in second place. He is estimated to make £40,525.30 on average per sponsored post that he posts to his 18.8 million Instagram followers, £152,517.63 on average per sponsored tweet that he posts to his 19 million Twitter followers, and £10,545.82 on average from YouTube video ad revenue for each video that he posts to his 14.5 million YouTube subscribers.
MrBeast Gaming comes in third. It is anticipated that this gaming channel, which has 31.6 million subscribers, will earn £2,426.64 in YouTube ad revenue for each video that is uploaded, £149,269.34 for each sponsored tweet that is sent to his 25,700 followers on Twitter, and £192 for each sponsored post that is sent to his 134,000 followers on Twitter. It’s vital to consider that Mr Beast depends on supports from his primary channel and brand to earn enough to pay the rent, so he has not utilized this channel to its maximum capacity.
Fourth place is Markiplier. It is anticipated that he will earn £23,884.61 for each sponsored post that is distributed to his 11.2 million Instagram followers, £113,744.05 for each sponsored tweet that is distributed to his 13.9 million Twitter followers, and £2,266.91 in advertising revenue for each video that is uploaded for his 34.6 million YouTube subscribers. With fellow YouTube gamer Jacksepticeye, he has created a clothing line called CLOAK that is growing quickly. He has leveraged his audience.
JuegaGerman comes in fifth. He is expected to earn £32,990.30 for each sponsored post that is shared with his 16.3 Instagram followers, £98,950.98 for each sponsored tweet that is shared with 12.1 million Twitter followers, and £4,073.40 in advertising revenue for each video that is uploaded to his 47.6 million subscribers on YouTube.
In sixth place is Jacksepticeye. He is assessed to acquire £17,112.60 for each supported post imparted to his 7.9 million devotees, £63,673.44 per supported tweet to his 7.8 million supporters, and £21,691.55 in YouTube promotion income for every video he transfers to his 29.1 million endorsers. He has utilized his following to make a quickly developing clothing line with YouTube gamer Markiplier, called Shroud.
Seventh is VEGETTA777. It is anticipated that he will earn £13,574.26 for each sponsored Instagram post, £80,317.36 for each sponsored tweet sent to his 10.1 million followers, and £4,093.18 in advertising revenue for each video that he uploads to YouTube for the platform’s 33.7 million subscribers.
Willyrex is number eight. It is anticipated that he will earn £18,662.58 for each sponsored post that he sends to his 8.6 million Instagram followers, £71,225.85 for each sponsored tweet that he sends to his 8.8 million followers, and £3,198.42 in advertising revenue for each video that he uploads to his 17.1 million subscribers to his YouTube channel.
Nineteenth is Fernanfloo. It is anticipated that he will earn £22,293.49 for each sponsored post that is distributed to his 10.3 million Instagram followers, £58,533.51 for each sponsored tweet that is distributed to his audience of 7.2 million Twitter followers, and £6,586.09 for each video that is uploaded to YouTube and viewed by his 45.7 million subscribers.
Polishing off the best 10 is Ninja. It is anticipated that he will receive a premium of £27,047.73 for each sponsored post that he posts to his 12.4 million Instagram followers, £54,676.64 for each sponsored tweet that he posts to his 6.7 million Twitter followers, and £2,818.17 for each video that he uploads to his 23.7 million subscribers on YouTube.
Remarking on the discoveries, a representative from Online.Casino said that the success of these gaming channels on YouTube demonstrates that ordinary people can become influencers and turn their interests into lucrative careers. Additionally, it demonstrates the career-building potential of social media in today’s digital age. The investigation likewise discovered that the main 10 YouTube gaming channels had a critical online entertainment following because of their YouTube achievement. Because of their large following, sponsors and advertisers are willing to pay a premium to reach their audience.
The top 100 gaming channels on YouTube, as determined by Social Blade, were looked at, and the owners of those channels were compared across Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube to determine the estimated earnings per sponsored post or video. The estimated sponsorship earnings were derived by comparing follower counts and engagement rates.
The outcomes did not include any large company or brand accounts in the YouTube gaming sector, such as phone apps or gaming console brands.
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