Logan Paul Net Worth 2022
According To Uswhispers Logan Paul Net Worth is $45 million In addition to being a popular YouTuber and actor, Logan Paul is also an accomplished boxer. Logan Paul's YouTube channel currently has more than 23 million subscribers. One of the world's highest-paid YouTubers at various points in his career.
In 2012, he was a Westlake High School football All-Star linebacker. After graduating from high school and going on to study engineering at Ohio University, he became a State Champion Wrestler in high school.
His social media following grew from 900 in 2013 to 1.5 million in 2014. Vine, a video-sharing app, was where he really made a name for himself. In 2014, he dropped out of Ohio University to make the move to Los Angeles with his girlfriend.
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His Vine videos were turned into a YouTube compilation video and posted on the video sharing site. During the first week of release in April 2014, the video received over four million views. With 4 million Viners, he was hired to produce paid Vine content by companies such as Pepsi and HBO as well as Virgin Mobile. The 10th most influential Vine personality of 2015, he made hundreds of thousands from each of his short Vine videos that year. He switched to YouTube after Vine shut down.
Nearly 5 billion times have been watched Logan's videos as of this writing. As of this writing, he has more than 20 million YouTube subscribers, 16 million Instagram followers, and 15 million Facebook fans.
Due to Paul's "pattern of behaviour," YouTube removed all advertising from Paul's channels in early February 2018. When Paul took part in the Tide Pod challenge, YouTube specifically mentioned the time he "jokingly" gave CPR to a dead rat, and the time he used a Taser gun on two dead rats in his backyard.
In that time, Paul did not receive any money from page views. Two weeks later, YouTube reinstated ads on his channel. His channel and its content were not eligible to appear on YouTube's trending tab while he was on probation for 90 days.
When Paul mentioned it on his podcast in January of this year, "Male-only March?... Is that what it is? For one month, we're going to pretend to be gay." Paul was widely criticised for his comments, particularly for suggesting that homosexuality is a choice.
According To Uswhispers There is a well-known animosity between Logan Paul and fellow YouTuber KSI. A pay-per-view fight between KSI and Logan on August 25, 2018, was billed as "the biggest internet event in history." On November 9, 2019, at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, there was a rematch.
2.25 million people saw the first fight, including 1 million who paid for the fight and an estimated 1.2 million who watched illegally through Twitch. Final PPV sales totaled 1.3 million, bringing in about $13 million. Before taxes, Logan and KSI are likely to have earned around $2 million each from the match, which includes all other revenue sources such as merchandise. They were each guaranteed a minimum of $900,000 for the second fight. For the second fight, which was broadcast by DAZN USA, each of them likely earned more than $3 million.