Badabun net worth and earnings

Updated: January 1, 2021

The Entertainment channel Badabun has attracted 43.7 million subscribers on YouTube. The Badabun YouTube channel started in 2014 and is based in Mexico.

So, you may be wondering: What is Badabun's net worth? Or you could be asking: how much does Badabun earn? No one beyond Badabun can say for sure, however here's what we think.

What is Badabun's net worth?

Badabun has an estimated net worth of about $20.31 million.

While Badabun's real net worth is unclear, our website pulls online video data to make an estimate of $20.31 million.

Our estimate only uses one income stream however. Badabun's net worth may really be higher than $20.31 million. Considering these additional sources of revenue, Badabun could be worth closer to $28.43 million.

How much does Badabun earn?

Badabun earns an estimated $5.08 million a year.

You may be wondering: How much does Badabun earn?

The YouTube channel Badabun receives more than 84.62 million views each month.

Monetized channels earn income by displaying ads for every one thousand video views. YouTubers can earn an average of between $3 to $7 per thousand video views. With this data, we predict the Badabun YouTube channel generates $338.48 thousand in ad revenue a month and $5.08 million a year.

Net Worth Spot may be using under-reporting Badabun's revenue though. Optimistically, Badabun might earn as much as $9.14 million a year.

Badabun likely has additional revenue sources. Influencers may market their own products, secure sponsorships, or earn money with affiliate commissions.

Badabun Network is a Mexican Internet production company. In 2014, Badabun started as a YouTube channel, where they originally uploaded top videos and street surveys, with elements of humor. Years later, Badabun grew quickly thanks to a lot of Internet celebrities who criticized their content. They have created productions like Atrapando infieles, Entrevistamos A, Mansión del influencer and Exponiendo infieles, the latter being their most popular. They have also had people like Alex Flores, Daniel Alfaro, and Lizbeth Rodríguez as employees. In the video YouTube Rewind 2019: For the Record, 2019 edition of YouTube Rewind, Badabun was listed as the most popular Spanish-language channel. They are recently most popular for completely stealing a Mario speedrun and passing it off as their own in Pasando Super Mario Bros. En 5 minutos. Badabun has received a lot of critics, as their content has been described as "sensationalistic" and "false", as well as accusations from their workers, including laboural bullying, sexual bullying and homophobic attacks.