Jake Paul net worth: How much does the YouTube megastar earn?

Jake Paul is reported to have a net worth of $17 million.

Paul is a YouTube megastar and social media entrepreneur. He gained prominence after he started posting videos with his brother Logan Paul on Vine. He gained millions of fans through Vine and which ultimately helped him to open a YouTube channel.


Jake Paul was born on 17 January 1997, in Cleveland, Ohio. He was brought up in Westlake along with his brother Logan Paul. His father, Greg, is a realtor, and his mother Pam works as a nurse.

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Paul began publishing videos when he was 16 years old. He first began publishing them on Vine. He managed to gather an impressive number of fans on his Vine channel. However, the platform shut down and he shifted his focus to YouTube.

He has a very successful YouTube channel with over 20 million subscribers and over 7 billion views.

He has his own marketing firm known as Team 10. He has also tried his hands at acting, including a part in Disney’s Bizaardvark.

Earnings and investments

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Jake Paul’s primary income source is his YouTube channel. Apart from that, he also sells his merchandise collection.

He used to rent a house in West Hollywood for $ 17,000/month. After that, he moved into his Calabasas mansion. His first car was a Toyota Tacoma which cost him a sweet $33,300. Paul also has a stunning blue Lamborghini Huracan Performante.

Jake Paul has ventured into boxing. His recent fight with Ben Askren was a big hit. The fight was broadcasted by Triller. Paul claimed that the bout sold 1.5 million PPV buys and generated over $75 million in revenue.

According to the Georgia Athletic and Entertainment Commission’s salary list, Jake Paul’s guaranteed fight purse for the Triller Fight Club match was $690,000.

Before this, Paul claimed that he had received eight figures for his fight with former NBA player Nate Robinson.

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