Dude Perfect net worth and earnings

Updated: January 1, 2021

Dude Perfect is a popular Sports channel on YouTube. It has attracted 54 million subscribers. Dude Perfect started in 2009 and is located in the United States.

There’s one question everybody wants answered: How does Dude Perfect earn money? No one beyond Dude Perfect really knows for sure, that said, here's what we think.

What is Dude Perfect's net worth?

Dude Perfect has an estimated net worth of about $57.68 million.

Our site's data points to Dude Perfect's net worth to be about $57.68 million. While Dude Perfect's actual net worth is unknown. NetWorthSpot.com's industry expertise predicts Dude Perfect's net worth at $57.68 million, however Dude Perfect's finalized net worth is not precisely known.

That estimate only uses one revenue source though. Dude Perfect's net worth may actually be higher than $57.68 million. When we consider many revenue sources, Dude Perfect's net worth could be as high as $80.75 million.

How much does Dude Perfect earn?

Dude Perfect earns an estimated $14.42 million a year.

Many fans wonder how much does Dude Perfect earn?

Each month, Dude Perfect' YouTube channel gets around 240.34 million views a month and about 8.01 million views each day.

YouTube channels that are monetized earn revenue by displaying. Monetized YouTube channels may earn $3 to $7 per every one thousand video views. Using these estimates, we can estimate that Dude Perfect earns $961.35 thousand a month, reaching $14.42 million a year.

Net Worth Spot may be using under-reporting Dude Perfect's revenue though. If Dude Perfect makes on the top end, ads could earn Dude Perfect over $25.96 million a year.

Dude Perfect likely has additional revenue sources. Successful YouTubers also have sponsors, and they could earn more by promoting their own products. Plus, they could secure speaking presentations.

Dude Perfect (DP) is an American sports and comedy group headquartered in Frisco, Texas, United States. The group consists of twins Cory and Coby Cotton (Twins), Garrett Hilbert (The Purple Hoser), Cody Jones (Tall Guy), and Tyler "TT" Toney (Beard), all of whom are former college roommates at Texas A&M University. The channel is the second most-subscribed sports channel on YouTube, and the thirteenth most-subscribed channel overall. Dude Perfect also has two other YouTube channels, Dude Perfect Plus and Dude Perfect Gaming. Content created by Dude Perfect predominantly consists of videos depicting various trick shots and stunts. The group also regularly uploads videos of "battles," in which the individual members of Dude Perfect compete against one another in a good-natured game or contest, incorporating different sports and a unique set of rules. Dude Perfect also created the show Overtime, a series where they host a collection of segments, which include Wheel Unfortunate, Cool not Cool, Betcha, Absurd Recurds, Get Crafty, Mail Time, Game Time, Taste Test, and Bloops.