American Internet personality Arin Joseph Hanson, is popular by his nickname Egoraptor among his fans. Apart from being a famous Internet personality, he is also an animator, cartoonist, comedian, and voice actor. Joseph is also the co-founder and co-star of the YouTube Let's Play web series Game Grumps. He is also the member of American musical comedy group Starbomb. Having been indulged in so lots of works, Hanson's net worth is also exquisite.
Hanson rose to fame due to his outstanding works in numerous animated web series in his channel Egoraptor. He also holds various video game franchises like Pokémon, Metal Gear, Ninja Gaiden, and Sequelitis. Besides all of these, he is also known for his voice works. Find out more about the famous Internet personality with us.
Net Worth of Arin Hanson
Let’s Play web series Game Grumps owner Arin Hanson has an estimated net worth of $5 million. He has earned his worth by uploading multiple videos every day and enacting the role of host for video games.
As of 2018, his channel has over 4.5 million subscribers. Most of his Youtube uploads have over a billion views. With his Youtube channel, he generates an revenue of around $4,500 per day. His annual earning is around $1.7 million.
He also adds to his net worth through sponsorship deals from companies like Crunchyroll, Guns of Icarus, Anki Drive which pay him thousands of dollars. Besides, voice acting is his other source of income. He generally receives an amount of $1 million for voicing the leading voice actors of the Cartoon Network series Mighty Magisworlds.
Hanson’s Multiple Careers
Hanson joined American online entertainment website on September 16, 2001, named Egoraptor. He released his first animation on online community DeviantArt, entitled as Final Fantasy 7 Flash Spoof, on September 18, 2004.
He started uploading his animated web series Awesome on February 23, 2006. Further, he went on to upload different comedic animations. His animated videos include Lemon 'n Bill, Girlchan in Paradise, and Sequelitis.
His popularity is more because of his animated series. In fact, his flawless works also invited a whole lot of projects. He was approached by MTV. He was offered to produce animated shorts for the channels online video gaming show The G-Hole.
Likewise, Hanson has also provided his voice to various characters. In the year 2006, Hanson provided his voice to the character named Bruce Banner in the video game, Marvel: Ultimate Alliance.
He also provided his voice to 2016 version of the Marvel: Ultimate Alliance. In the year 2009, he provided his voice to the character of John Gore in the video game Minigore.
In the later years, he provided his voice to the game like Detective Grimoire, Hex Heroes, Dragon Age: Inquisition, Target Acquired, Red vs. Blue, Cyanide & Happiness, and Rick & Morty.
Since the year 2016, Hanson regularly provides his voice to Cartoon Network's Mighty Magiswordscharacter Gateaux. He also voices for the other recurring characters like Fibby Croix, Delivery Man Steve, Zone.
In the year 2012, Hanson with his colleague Jon Jafari created a joint YouTube channel and named it Game Grumps. Jon Jafari was replaced by Dan Avidan in late June 2013. In the channel Hanson and Avidan thoroughly play video games.
Their Youtube channel was loved by many and as a result, it further led to live performances at the Hollywood Improv in late March 2016.
In the year 2008, Hanson worked with Ross O'Donovan in an animated web series Gamer Tonight. Similarly, in 2011, he also voiced a character in a series by TomSka's asdfmovie4.
In February 2012, during the third season of Sony game show The Tester, Hanson appeared as a contestant. Hanson also participated in the third season of the dance competition web series Dance Showdown, alongside Maxine Hupy.
In the competition, he stood first. Hanson has also been featured in several videos for the Newgrounds website. He has also been featured in several videos of the website ScrewAttack alongside Keith Apicary and James Rolfe.
Well, we are yet to see more of him in the days to come, be updated.