Ace Family’s Net Worth: $20 million (Details are below)
BIO AND WIKI
Ace Family is an American YouTube channel started by Austin McBroom and Catherine Paiz, which is best-known for uploading pranks, challenges, reaction, comedy videos and vlogs on their channel. At the moment, they have earned more than 17,469,391 subscribers. Also, their channel has garnered a total of more than 298 million views as well. Besides YouTube, they have lots of fan followings on his other social media platforms. Also, they have more than 14.1 million followers combined on their Instagram alone at the time of writing this article.
Ace Family’s YouTube Earnings Calculation
Before making any calculations, we would like to make a statement that, the genuine calculations given below are made from the beginning of Ace Family’s YouTube career. The estimation is not made on flawed guessing but, rather on concrete facts and figures collected directly from Ace Family’s YouTube details. Now let us take you to the journey full of numbers and ultimately know Ace Family’s YouTube earnings.
Now, let us get started with the facts and figures. At the time of writing this article, Ace Family has exactly 17,469,391 subscribers. Ace Family has been consistent in uploading videos, with over 455 on their YouTube closet. These videos have earned more than a whopping 2,985,272,837 views till now.
WAIT, now comes the crucial piece of information which you should definitely know to understand the meaning of the results and estimation of Ace Family’s YouTube earnings below.
First off, YouTube pays YouTubers by placing a piece of ads while the viewers watch their videos. Do you remember the annoying ads popping all over your face?
Yup, that is the main source of their income and earnings. For every 1000 views, advertisers pay an average of $2 – $5, which varies factors such as devices, location, types of ads, user engagement and many more. Now, YouTube takes its cut of 45% of the overall advertising revenue.
For example: if an advertiser paid the average $5 CPM (Cost per 1000 views), YouTubers gets 55% of $5 = 2.75, and the remaining 2.25 goes to Google (45%). Hope it clears the general idea of YouTube earning system.
FINALLY, let’s know what you have been waiting for.
As mentioned above, the total video view from the beginning is 2,985,272,837. So, now dividing it by 1000, the total number of 1000 views is 2,985,272.837.
Now, by taking an average of $3 per 1000 views, Ace Family’s YouTube earnings are $8.9 million.
HOLD ON? NO TAX FOR YOUTUBERS?
Does any Government leave a person who earns from any sources? – A BIG NO. Generally, YouTubers fall into the category of people who are self-employed.
According to medium.com, YouTubers fall into the category of 20% tax bracket as self-employed individuals.
So, deducting 20% from the above results, Ace Family’s estimated YouTube earnings is $7.1 million after deducting tax. Now, this is the closest estimation of Ace Family’s YouTube earnings that you possibly could get in the entire Internet.
Sponsorship: As they have more than 14.1 million followers on their Instagram account, advertisers pay a certain amount for the post they make. Considering their latest 15 posts, the average engagement rate of followers on each of his post is 18.89%.
Thus, the average estimate of the amount he charges for sponsorship is between $50k – $70k.
Merchandise: As a popular YouTuber, many of their fans and viewers have demanded their own merchandise.
Fortunately, he has provided his own merchandise which is sold through, https://shopacefamily.com/. At the moment, they mostly sell a custom-made T-shirt, hoodies and other accessories with various stickers and prints.
The prices of the merchandise range from $20 – $100 which is very affordable and gets ‘sold out’ time and again.
Ace Family’s Net worth
Thus, after all the facts and figures explained above, and adding up their YouTube earnings and other income streams, Ace Family’s estimated net worth is $20 million. Even after all these explaining and calculations, if you don’t believe it then, “GOD BLESS YOU!”