Jelly Net Worth: How Much Is He Really Worth?

With over 22 million subscribers on his YouTube channel, Jelly is a popular gaming YouTuber from the Netherlands. As he has been so popular on YouTube for so long, it is no surprise that so many people are eager to know how much he is worth.

So let’s break it down:

Jelly has an estimated net worth of around $55 million. He has earned most of this through his YouTube channel, through ads appearing on his videos, merchandise, channel memberships, and his various brand deals and sponsors.

In this article, we’re going to dive further into his net worth to give fans an inside peek at Jelly’s YouTube rise, as well as look at how he’s managed to build up this impressive fortune.

Who is Jelly?

Jelly is a professional YouTuber and gamer known for his loud and funny commentary style. He features a lot of his friends on his channel, mostly Slogo recently, but also Kwebbelkop and Crainer in the past.

His real name is Jelle van Vucht.

Jelly is 25 years old and was born on 14 October 1996.

The Dutch YouTuber is 5 foot 9 inches, which is around 175 cm tall

As for his relationship status, Jelly is in a relationship with fellow YouTuber, iamSanna. On his channel, you can find a number of YouTube couple challenge videos.

Where does Jelly live?

Jelly lives in Monaco with his girlfriend/wife Sanna. Their apartment in Monaco is worth $6.5 million and they moved in towards the end of 2018.

As a fan of Formula 1, Jelly likes fast cars, as well as the color green, so it is only appropriate that he has a green Lamborghini Huracan Performante Spyder (prices start at $324,900).

How much is Jelly worth?

Jelly has a net worth of approximately $55 million.

He has over 22 million subscribers on his YouTube channel, with over 14 billion views, and earns through YouTube ads, channel memberships, merchandise, and brand deals across his various social media profiles.

When did Jelly start on YouTube?

Jelly created his YouTube channel on 27 May 2014. On the 2nd of June 2014, he uploaded the first video to the channel titled “Jelly New Channel – Trailer”.

To date, his most popular video is “Playing GTA 5 As A POLICE OFFICER!” uploaded on 26 September 2018, and has already garnered over 67 million views.

Other popular videos include his “SMASH THE CARS MID AIR! (GTA 5 Funny Moments)” video, with over 40 million views, and his “WEIRDEST GAME EVER MADE!! (Plug and Play Funny Moments)” video which has gained over 39 million views since it was uploaded on 4 September 2015.

How much money does Jelly make on YouTube?

Jelly has over 22 million subscribers on his YouTube channel and over 14.2 billion views. In total, Jelly has made approximately $56.8 million from ads appearing on his videos, this does not include donations, channel memberships, affiliate marketing, sponsorships, and his other business ventures.

Jelly net worth

Note: The above YouTube income estimates have been made using our YouTube Money Calculator, the most accurate YouTube calculator that factors in the most important variables that affect how much a channel can earn.

How much money does Jelly make per month?

Jelly generates around 61 million views per month on YouTube which equates to approximately $244,000 per month in YouTube ad revenue.

He has channel memberships that cost between $0.99 per month and $7.99 per month for viewers. In addition to that, he also sells merchandise and works with video sponsors.

In total, it’s estimated that Jelly makes on average $590,000 per month from his various income streams.

Final thoughts on Jelly’s net worth

Jelly is a successful YouTuber and gamer who has amassed an impressive fortune primarily from his activities on his YouTube channel.

Jelly has a net worth of around $55 million, and it’s safe to say that this is only the beginning. We can expect to see much more from this modern online gamer and internet entrepreneur.

As he continues to produce popular content, it’s likely that his popularity and fame with continue to grow.

David Woutersen

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David Woutersen

David is the founder of Outofthe925.com and has been in the social media industry since 2017. Since then, his mission has been to help others take control of their online presence. For some, this has been earning an income online, while for others, it's teaching how to use social networks more effectively. And each year, he continues to help millions with strategy, troubleshooting, and inspiration.