Ian Carter, known professionally as iDubbbz, is an American YouTube personality, vlogger, and social media personality. Carter operates three YouTube channels, iDubbbzTV, iDubbbzTV2, and iDubbbzgames and is known for his web series, Content Cop, Bad Unboxing, and Kickstarter Crap.
Unlike fellow YouTubers, such as PewDiePie, Jeffree Star, Logan Paul, or Lance Stewart, Carter comparatively earns less from his YouTube channels. However, the 28-year old YouTuber is a millionaire himself. Get to know his net worth and earnings in details.
iDubbbz has an estimated net worth of $1.5 million. Carter earns his money from his three YouTube channels, which in total has over 1 billion views.
Carter, widely known for his Content Cop videos on his channel, first started out as a gaming YouTuber. He then shifted to his "Kickstarter Crap" and "Bad Unboxing." After those contents began gathering immense popularity, Carter permanently switched to them.
Carter's primary channel is iDubbbzTV, which has 7.1 million subscribers as of late 2018. His videos are viewed over million-times in less than a week time.
Carter's YouTube channel, iDubbbzTV generates around 1.2 million views, which should generate around $2,200 a day and $800,000 a year in revenue from YouTube adds.
His second YouTube channel, iDubbbzTV2 has 3 million views and has accumulated over 250 million video views so far. The channel generates an average of 300,000 views a day. The channel should generate a revenue of $540 a day, and $200,000 a year.
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Carter earns an estimated $1 million from YouTube adds. Carter even sells online merchandise, from t-shirts to hoodies. His earnings from the merchandise must add a significant amount to his earnings.
Carter launched iDubbbzTV in August 2012. His early uploads were gaming videos, but since September 2013, Carter began posting Kickstarter Crap videos. Carter has collaborated with fellow YouTubers, Filthy Frank, who also owns a huge net worth, Maxmoefoe.
Carter launched his second channel in April 2015. The channel mostly includes vlogs. His third channel is dedicated to video games.