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12 December 2017, 05:23 | Ivan Casey
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Ryan's channel was relatively unknown until a video in July 2015 went viral. In the Forbes list, Ryan ToysReview ranks in eighth place alongside comedy channel Smosh. According to Forbes' rankings, Ryan ToysReview earned over USD11 million in 2017.
Since he was 3 years old, a child in America called Ryan (we don't have a surname) has been featured in videos of him opening toys, playing with them and "reviewing" them for videos posted on his YouTube channel called "Ryan ToysReview".
At just six-years-old, the host of Ryan ToysReview on YouTube, is a millionaire.
With the YouTube channels rolling in the dough, that's his college fund (and his sisters') all settled, we think.
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The reason for the prominence of these channels is that a child does a review of toys.
At an age when many of us were dropping loose change into our piggy banks, one enterprising little boy from the United States is already a self-made multimillionaire. "Join Ryan to see him play with toys and review toys for kids!" reads the channel description. Ryan checking the toy box with over 100 toys has close to 800 million viewers.
One video, a 7-minute video blog of Ryan opening Disney toys, has a staggering 801 million views. He now has more than 10 million subscribers, with some of his videos getting nearly 20 million views. Pegged as YouTube's youngest vlogging success story, the six-year-old began his journey in March 2015 when, after watching other toy reviews - which were initially only done by adults - he asked his parents why he couldn't review toys himself. "He loves Cars, Trains, Thomas and friends, Lego, Superheroes, Disney toys, open surprise eggs, play doh, Pixar Disney cars, Disney Planes, monster trucks, minions, playtime at the fun, family fun adventure and so much more!".
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