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What is Dude Perfect's net worth?

Jen Thomas

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What is Dude Perfect's net worth?

If you've ever thought you're in the wrong job, Dude Perfect and their earnings might make you rethink about setting up a YouTube channel.

The American entertainment YouTube collective features Cody Jones, Garrett Hilbert, Tyler Toney, and twins Cory and Coby Cotton.

They rose to fame thanks to impressive stunts and trick shots on their channel, and they have collaborated with some of the world's biggest sports stars to become some of YouTube's biggest earners.

With their fame comes fortune, so how much is Dude Perfect worth?


How much is Dude Perfect's net worth?

Reports say that the Dude Perfect collective is worth a whopping $50 million.

Even split five ways, that's a huge amount of money to be raking in.

They have an enormous 11.6 million followers on Instagram, and 5 billion viewers on YouTube.


When you factor in the money they'll make from adverts on the videos alone, it's no surprise they're so rich.

The squad first started out back in 2009 when they filmed themselves performing basketball trick shots and betting over sandwiches, to find out it went viral practically overnight.

They have since expanded into multiple YouTube channels with different specialities.


The YouTube stars regularly compete against each other in "battles", and Tyler Toney regularly comes out on top.

Challenges they have carried out include a demolition derby, giant Pictionary, an airsoft battle and much more.

There were rumours over the years accusing the group of using CGI and fakery to create some of the stunts.

It reached a point where they went onto The Today Show to protest their innocence, with Toney later insisting: "If people are thinking that there's no way it can actually be done in real life, then we're obviously doing something right."


The YouTubers are appreciative of their wealth and regularly try to do good with their money.

They regularly team up with the Make-A-Wish foundation to help sick and dying children, and Toney flew to South Africa to join a conservation effort.

Dude Perfect like to break records too, and hold several Guinness World Records including odd ones like crushing egg shells with their toes in the quickest time, and slicing the most citrus fruit in 30 seconds.


There was even a network TV show at one point, called The Dude Perfect Show.

They also created a hugely popular mobile game called Dude Perfect in 2013, and released a book called Go Big, followed by Dude Perfect 101 Tricks, Tips, and Cool Stuff in 2021.

The creators also hit the live circuit to boost their balance with live shows in 2019, and had further tours planned which had to be shelved thanks to the pandemic.

They have now found huge success on TikTok too, with more than 17 million followers.

One of their videos from 2020 has more than 134 million views.

Safe to say, they're not going away anytime soon.

Featured Image Credit: Alamy

Topics: YouTube, Money, Celebrity Net Worth

Jen Thomas
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