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It’s hard to believe that, only eight years ago, the thought of making over $100,000 on YouTube (or any other platform) was astonishing. Fast forward to today, and social influencers are raking in the big bucks, with the top 10 YouTubers making no less than $14.5 million this year, according to Forbes.
While not quite at the same level, Tyler “Ninja” Blevins—one of the world’s top Fortnite players and the most popular streamer on Twitch—continues to climb the ranks of highly compensated social personalities.