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Rooster Teeth Net Worth

Rooster Teeth Net Worth 2018: Wiki, Married, Family, Wedding, Salary, Siblings

Rooster Teeth Productions net worth is
$34 million

Rooster Teeth Productions Wiki/Biography

Rooster Teeth Productions, LLC was founded on 1 April 2003, in Austin, Texas, USA, by Burnie Burns, Geoff Ramsey, Gus Sorola, Matt Hullum, Joel Heyman and Jason Saldana. They created “Red vs. Blue” which is the longest running web series of all time, and all of their efforts have helped put their net worth to where it is today.

How rich is Rooster Teeth? As of early-2018, sources estimate a net worth that is at $34 million, mostly earned through success in production. They’ve made numerous popular productions including films, animations, shorts, and even podcasts. They’re very popular on YouTube, and as they continue production, it is expected that their wealth will also continue to increase.

Rooster Teeth Net Worth $34 million

Burnie Burns and Matt Hullum attended the University of Texas, Austin and during their time there, worked on an independent film entitled “The Schedule”, alongside actor Joel Heyman. It had limited success, but later on Burns met Geoff Ramsey, Gustavo Sorola, Dan Godwin and Jason Saldana, and together formed the website called “DrunkGamers”. The site was initially about them reviewing video games while drunk, but didn’t have much success, so they then did non-gameplay videos, including parodies and changed the site name to “Rooster Teeth”, mainly because nobody wanted to sponsor a company with ‘drunk’ in its name. They continued with productions, and soon their popularity increased, and so of course did their net worth. They were reluctant to join YouTube initially, but soon joined the site while maintaining their own community site, both adding net worth.

Rooster Teeth has subsequently expanded significantly, and now has over 90 employees. In 2015, they released their feature film debut entitled “Lazer Team”, and they were then acquired by Fullscreen, after which they established an office in Los Angeles.

In 2016, Rooster Teeth hired three content executives – Luis Medina, Evan Bregman and Ryan P. Hall – to help with their expansion, each managing certain shows of Rooster Teeth. One of their most popular shows is “Red vs. Blue” – which is a parody of films, games and military life, and is considered to be their most popular title. They also have an anime styled series entitled “RWBY”, which has gained a lot of popularity. Other shows they produce include “Rooster Teeth Animated Adventured”, “X-Ray and Vav”, and “Camp Camp”. They often appear as a part of various gaming conventions, including, “E3” and “Machinima Film Festival”. They’ve also collaborated with other companies to create various productions, including “The Strangerhood”, and “PANICS” consistently adding to the company’s net worth.

Numerous YouTube channels are a part of Rooster Teeth too. Their entertainment news division is called “The Know”, while “Achievement Hunter” is a video gaming channel largely dedicated to the achievement mechanic found in current video games. Other popular channels they have include “ScrewAttack” and “Funhaus”, and they’ve also gone into video game production, including titles such as “RWBY: Grimm Eclipse”, and “Rooster Teeth vs. Zombiens”.

For their personal lives, it is known that Rooster Teeth is very active in charity work. They participate in the gaming-themed fundraiser called “Extra Life”, which donates to the Dell Children’s Medical Center of Central Texas.


Net Worth$34 million
Date Of BirthApril 1, 2003
Place Of BirthAustin, Texas, USA
ProfessionWeb series
Facebookhttps://www.facebook.com/roosterteeth
Twitterhttps://twitter.com/roosterteeth
Instagramhttps://www.instagram.com/roosterteeth/
LinkedInhttps://www.linkedin.com/company/rooster-teeth-productions
TV ShowsCrunch Time, RWBY Chibi, Rooster Teeth Animated Adventures, Achievement Hunter - Let's Play, X-Ray and Vav, Immersion, Rooster Teeth's On the Spot, Achievement Hunter - VS, Rooster Teeth Video Podcasts Ten Little Roosters

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