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Roman Atwood’s Net Worth in 2017

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Well he is the man of the moment, “Roman Atwood” is an American prankster known for introducing new waves in online comedy…. You can consider him as Youtube celebrity.

Roman Atwood is known best for doing pranks with his family — especially with his girlfriend, “Brittney Smith”…

In Roman Atwood’s family he has 2 sons and his girlfriend “Brittney Smith”….

He has a son from her previous wife, “Shanna Riley”… But in 2008 their relation was ended because Roman Atwood filed divorce against Shanna.

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Well, I know you want to know why they ended up… We should not try to get involve into personal lives of other people — but you have nothing personal when you are a celebrity and that’s a big SHAME!

The reason why Roman ended his relation with his previous wife is because Roman’s wife was cheating him…

Well, let’s just don’t talk about it anymore and keep moving…

What You will find?

Before moving just let me tell you what you are going to know from this article:

  • Roman Atwood’s Source of Income
  • Our method of calculating Roman’s income
  • Roman Atwood’s Yearly Income
  • Our method of calculating Roman Atwood’s yearly income
  • Roman’s overall income from his Youtube channel until now

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Roman Atwood’s Youtube Channel

If you are his channel’s fan, then you must know that Roman’s channel is about his personal life and his family… It’s actually a very successful vlog…

He also has a separate channel for this purpose and that’s called “Roman Atwood Vlogs”…

Until now Roman has earned more than 10 million subscribers on his channel “Roman Atwood” and 11 million+ subscribers on his channel “Roman Atwood Vlogs

Now for people who want to know how much does Roman Atwood makes, I have some info at the bottom of the article so keep reading….

To be honest with you, there is no authentic resource available to find out Roman Atwood’s net worth but if you search on Google you will find out that Roman’s net worth is somewhere near:

$3.5 million – $4.0 million

But this isn’t true since his channel has a great growth rate and his subscribers are increasing day by day (5,000 per day, at-least) — his net worth has also dramatically increased…

As any other Youtube star; his major source of income is his Youtube channel from which he makes money by publishing Google Adsense ad banners that appear on his videos….

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He started up his career as a Youtuber on 18 nov 2009…. But he got a major breakthrough in 2012 when his prank “Cops get owned!!!” got popular on Youtube.

Until now his prank has generated over “24,328,100” views, and still that video is available here… “Cops Get Owned!!! – Youtube

But we still have our question where it was — how much does Roman Atwood make? If you want to know, then keep reading…

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How much money does Romanatwood make a year?

Well there is not even a single way to know how much he makes daily or monthly or yearly…

But we can still make an estimate by using the data that is available about Youtube earnings

As you know that Roman is known as one of the highest earning Youtubers so calculating his worth would be a tough job…. But let’s just try.

According to BusinessInsider a famous Youtuber “Olga Kat” makes around $7.60 per 1,000 ad views…

It doesn’t mean that if Olga Kat is making $7.60 per 1,000 views, then everyone can make that much…

It also depends on CTR and ad placement… If you can do things right, then your chances of making more money from Youtube are higher.

But we are going to rely on BusinessInsider’s data… Because there are also some Youtube who claim that their income for one thousand impression was lower than $5.

So let’s just combine both data and assume that Roman makes about $5 for one thousand impression — so the calculation is simple — $5 per 1000 ad views…

According to my research he gets around 76 million views per day from “RomanAtwoodVlogs” and around 2.5 million from “RomanAtwood”…

So we will use a small formula…. And that is 78500000/1000 = 78500…

Now multiply 78500 with $5; and here we have our answerRoman Atwood makes around $392500 daily and $143262500 yearly from both of his Youtube channels

So does Roman make more than a 140 million per year? No this isn’t true, Keep reading!

Some users use Ad Blockers therefore we need to cut that amount from his income…

Additionally, Youtube also cuts 45% of their share from any Youtuber’s income, therefore we also need to cut that money from his total income…

After doing all that deduction Roman only has $55156062 in his share…

About $50 million per year… That’s still not bad :).

Roman Atwood total income from his Youtube channels

If you go to “About” section of “Roman Atwood’s Vlogs”, then you can easily see that he has generated more than 3 billion views at the time of writing this article…

That’s huge…

Now it’s time to accumulate his total earnings from his Youtube channel until now…

For that we have a simple formula to evaluate his total earnings.

And the formula is

Views/1000 x 5

So let’s put values : 3,082,549,246/1000 x 5 and the total is $15412746.

Wow, that means Roman has made about 15 million US dollars…

But wait! That’s not complete analysis, you should know that many people use different kind of ad blockers…

According to IAB Study 26% of desktop users turn on Ad blockers

So we would go a bit further and will deduct around 30% of Roman Atwood’s money from his income….

So 15412746 x 0.7 = $10788922…

The story doesn’t end here… Youtube also deducts 45% share from your income.

So we need to cut another 45%…

So it’s simple calculation again… 5933907 x 0.55 = $5933907 (0.55 represents Roman’s 55% share)

Now after doing all the deduction Roman still manages to make around $6 million from his first Youtube channel until now… (We haven’t deducted the tax from his income)…

But as you know he also has one another Youtube channel known as, “RomanAtwood”…

So I won’t repeat that calculation process again and would share the results that I got after repeating the procedure again…

And here are the results after my calculation “$2759914”…

That means Roman Atwood’s second channel has at-least earn him about $2.7 million until now

Now we have a good estimate of Roman’s income from both of his channels… $6 million from “Roman Atwood Vlogs” and about $2.7 million from “RomanAtwood”…

If we combine both income assumptions, then we get a total of $8688963…

That means we have a lump sump figure of $8.6 million…

Roman Atwood Net Worth

Now that we have gathered enough data; we are able to make an assumption of Roman’s net worth…

Despite of his Youtube channel’s earnings he also do other business including merchandise sales like t-shirts, hats, beanies, hoodies and fireworks etc…

We should also note one another fact that his channel started making good money for him in 2009…

And initially Roman Atwood’s earnings were not as much as they are today from his Youtube channels…

So after considering all these facts we can conclude that Roman’s net worth is surely more than $4 million dollar which is claimed by other sources since his yearly income has now exceeded $50 million threshold…

After checking tax rates in Ohio I can say that Roman Atwood’s assets worth is now more than:

$20 – $35 million dollars

 — I have been very discreet in making any assumption because different Youtubers have different earning ratio per thousand views and we should also note that RomanAtwood’s earnings were not as much as they are now initially…

And sometimes Youtube even cuts down some income of Youtubers due to suspicious clicks…

Hope this article helped you to have an estimate of Roman Atwood’s earnings…

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