Tubbo is a popular content creator and streamer best known for the Minecraft videos posted on his Tubo Twitch channel. His gaming videos have earned him over 4.7 million followers. He is a musician who plays many instruments like piano and guitar. In 2021, he released his first original song, “Life by the Sea,” in collaboration with CG5 and Dan Bull.
|Real Name||Toby Smith|
|Famous As||Twitch Steamer,|
|Youtuber, Social Media Star|
Tubbo Height, weight, and more
|Height (approx.)||in centimeters- 168 cm|
|in meters- 1.68 m|
|in feet inches- 5’ 6”|
|Weight (approx.)||in kilograms- 52 kg|
|in pounds- 114 lbs|
Tubbo net worth
|Real name||Toby Smith|
|tubbo net worth||$400k – $800k|
How much does Tubbo earn?
Tubbo’s sources of revenue are its Twitch channel (including sponsorships and donations), its YouTube channel (advertising revenue and clicks), and its merchandise sales. From his main Twitch channel, he earns an average of $600k from his 20k monthly subscribers, while he earns around $90k per year from his second channel. Through his YouTube channel, which has around 2.5 million subscribers, he earns around $108k per year. He also earns an additional amount from his occasional trading drops, which are not available throughout the year.
Tubbo earns an undisclosed amount from limited merchandise sales as well as sponsorships. He earns a total of $400k – $800k from his YouTube and Twitch channels, which does not include donations, Bitches Cheer as well as high-end subscribers.
Tubo launched its Twitch account and began streaming Minecraft-related videos in 2018. Over the next few years, his account gathered many followers, establishing him as a popular Twitch star. He joined the popular Minecraft survival multiplayer server SMPEarth, which increased his popularity. His Twitch account reached one million followers on November 21, 2020. Tubbo is currently part of the popular Minecraft server Dream SMP and runs frequently on servers.
In 2020, Tubo came out with a chaos server called POGGOP, which was soon abandoned due to development issues. He is currently working on a crossplay minigames server called TubeNet. Over the years, Tubo has also participated in several Minecraft Championships in which 10 teams compete in a series of eight minigames. During the ninth Minecraft Championship, he teamed up with fellow streamers such as Fundy, Dream, and Sylvie to help his team finish sixth. He also participated in subsequent championships, joining hands with popular streamers such as Tommynit, Wilbur Soot, Nikki Nihachu, and Wisp.
Tubbo’s Twitch career
Tubo started his Twitch career on May 15, 2018. They started streaming Skyblock, a mod for Minecraft. When Tommy raided Tubo’s stream, he and another Minecraft streamer, Tommynit, knew each other before they soared in popularity. Tubo found rapid development through its Twitch, multiplayer servers and play on its own modified Minecraft world. Currently, the 17-year-old sits with around 4 million followers, and averages around 70k viewers per stream. It is the #2 most viewed Minecraft channel in general and in English.
In 2021, Tubo created a second Twitch channel called TuboLive, where he posts more IRL content or other games beyond Minecraft. It averages around 40k to 50k viewers a stream but he is not as active on the channel as compared to his main one. It has also partnered with Twitch and has just over 1.5 million followers.
Earnings from other avenues
Tubo was previously a national level trampolineist in England but it is unknown how much he earned from that avenue.
He also sells merchandise including ukuleles and clothing, which are available for a limited time – they are sold in batches and often sell out very quickly.
Tubbo has earned $1,250 on the game show hosted by fellow Minecraft streamer and friend, Dream.
Once Tubbo’s project, TubeNet, is released and goes live, it will become another source of income for her.
Some facts about Tubbo
- He has more than 2 million followers on Instagram.
- He has more than 3 million followers on Twitter.
- He is very close to his mother and often shares pictures with his mother on his social media platforms.
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