How Much Money EvanTubeHD Makes On YouTube – Net Worth

(Last Updated On: January 30, 2017)


EvanTubeHD Net Worth – $4 Million.

EvanTubeHD is a father son combination toy channel run by Jared (Father) and Evan (son). They have an estimated net worth of $4 million. They post around 3 videos every week which feature Evan reviewing different toys. They started out back in 2011 and at first they didn’t monetize their videos. Evan’s videos got wildly popular online so one day Jared got curious about the monetize button a YouTube content creator can click, he clicked it about they started making a few extra dollars daily. He then created a college fund for his kids and within a short time all the college costs were fully covered.

Jared is a professional film maker and he has created another channel by the name Evan TubeRAW. These feature his wife Alisa and their daughter Jillian.

How Much Money Does EvanTubeHD Earn On YouTube?


The channel has over 3.8 million subscribers as of early 2017 and has accumulated over 2.6 billion views since starting out. The videos in the channel cumulatively get an average 2.1 million views every day. This should result in an estimated revenue of between $3,200 per day ($1.2 million a year) from the ads on the videos.

EvanTubeRAW is the family vlog which features the family doing various activities such as projects, field trips,behind the scenes, family game night etc. It features the two parents together with the two kids, Evans and Jillian. The channel has over 2.3 million subscribers and has accumulated over 2 billion views since starting out. In a day the channel gets an average of 1.5 million views per day which should result in an estimated revenue of $2,200 per day ($800,000 a year).

YouTubers get paid between $2 – $5 per 1000 monetized views after YouTube takes its cut. Monetized views range from 40% – 60% of the total views. All these are influenced by different factors like device played on, location of the viewer, ad inventory, season, topic, how many ads have been played on a video, ad watch time, ad engagement etc. to come up with the figure to be paid out.

Evan now get quite a lot of sponsorship deals from outside projects. He has shot a Spy Gear commercial in Toronto and has voiced their own animated show. The toys they review are mostly donated to charity once they are done with them.