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A 6-year-old boy is among the top-earning YouTubers of 2017, pocketing a whopping $14.6 million ($11 million US) annually opening and reviewing toys online.
With 10 million dedicated subscribers of his video channel, the American schoolboy– the host of Ryan ToysReview, Ryan tied for the eight place YouTube’s on the top earner’s list with comedian Smosh, according to Forbes annual list of highest-earning YouTube celebrities.
Ryan has left behind well-known Indian-Canadian entertainer Lilly Singh who is at number ten on this year's list.
“Ryan loves Toys. Toys Review for kids by a kid! Join Ryan to see him play with toys and review toys for kids! He loves Cars, Trains, Thomas and friends, Lego, Superheroes, Disney toys, open surprise eggs, play-doh, Pixar Disney cars, Disney Planes, monster trucks, minions, playtime at the fun, family fun adventure and so much more,” Ryan's channel description reads.
The family-run channel was started in 2015 when Ryan was just three. His mother- a chemistry teacher quit her school job and dedicated herself to Ryan’s channel.
Next, he plans to start doing “fun and easy” science experiments for kids.
Though the channel wasn’t an instant hit after being launched in March 2015, it became the Ryan ToysReview became the most popular YouTube channel in the US and the second most popular channel in the world towards the end of the last year.
“Ryan was watching a lot of toy review channels — some of his favourites are EvanTubeHD and Hulyan Maya — because they used to make a lot of videos about Thomas The Tank Engine, and Ryan was super into Thomas,” his mother told TubeFilter.
“One day, he asked me, ‘How come I’m not on YouTube when all the other kids are?’ So we just decided — yeah, we can do that. Then, we took him to the store to get his very first toy — I think it was a Lego train set — and it all started from there.”
However, his family have said they will stop the blockbuster site once Ryan has finally had enough.
Until now, no exact date has been disclosed when they are going to close the channel, but Ryan’s mom said that when he gets bored of making videos, they will close it.
Closely behind Ryan is Indian-Canadian comedian and performer Lilly Singh who raked in US$10.5 million this year. Singh produces comedy sketches, music videos, and other media on her one-woman YouTube channel, “Superwoman,” where she has a 12.7 million-strong army of followers.