This video shows the growth in earnings and subscriber count of the most popular YouTube Gaming Channels (PewDiePie, JuegaGerman, Fernanfloo, Vegetta777, Markiplier, VanossGaming, jacksepticeye, DanTDM, Ninja, AuthenticGames, Jelly) between the years 2011 and 2020. Earnings are calculated with an estimated CPM and views of every YouTube Channel.
Channels were selected from actual most subscribed gaming channels.
It also shows the YouTube Creator Awards for each Channel.
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Data Source: SocialBlade.com
Music: Cjbeards – Fire and Thunder
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