FailArmy net worth is
FailArmy is the YouTube channel “specialized” in uploading compilations of failed videos, owned by the Jukin Media, Inc. entertainment company.
Have you ever wondered what is the estimated net worth of the FailArmy You Tube channel? According to sources, it is estimated that the total net worth of FailArmy, as of late 2017, revolves around the sum of $2.6 million, accumulated over the last eight years since it started business in 2009.
FailArmy Net Worth $2.6 million
It all started when Jonathan Skogmo founded Jukin Media, Inc. in 2009 – an entertainment company focused on licensing user generated videos, buying authorization and access rights and then uploading these videos as their own. FailArmy’s eponymous channel was officially launched on YouTube in July 2011, featuring, at that moment, several “epic fail” compilations. This concept quickly gathered viewers from all corners of the globe, rapidly gaining popularity which later provided the basis of FailArmy’s net worth.
In a period slightly longer than a year and a half, FailArmy in February 2013 had already reached over a million subscribers, while by the end of the year it was followed by a total of five million paying viewers. Currently, FailArmy’s YouTube channel has been regularly followed by over 13 million subscribers. It uploads new content almost on a daily basis and, at the present day, has more than 550 videos on site. With a rather impressive statistic of 4.23 billion views (yes, billion!), FailArmy has managed to establish itself as the world’s biggest collection of failed compilations. It is certain that all these accomplishments have provided the majority of FailArmy’s current net worth.
With an average inflow of around 2,000 subscribers on a daily basis, and a total of more than 5.6 million daily reviews, FailArmy generates a daily income of roughly $17,000 which can add up to $6 million of annual revenue. Doubtlessly, these achievements could make a dramatic impact on FailArmy’s future wealth.
The FailArmy YouTube channel features several types of fail compilations, including “Fails of the Week”, “FailArmy Specials” and “FailArmy Throwback Thursday” among plenty of others. It also uploads compilations based on specific activities of occasions such as “Back to School Fails” or “Close Call Compilation” to name a few. Currently, its most popular videos are “Pool Fails Compilation” with over 97 million views, and “The Ultimate Girls Fail Compilation 2012” which has been seen well over 20 million times. All these ventures have helped FailArmy to increase the total size of its revenues by a large margin.