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Highest Paid Stars Of 2016

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YouTube stars are regularly bombarded with the question "how much do you earn doing this?" Our infographic below sheds some light on the most lucrative end of the YouTube money list. The most successful of all YouTubers is the Let's Play phenomenon PewDiePie. The Swede earned a huge $15 million dollars from his channel and various other projects such as a book and very own video game.



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