A seven-year-old boy who reviews toys has been named as the highest earning YouTube star after making £17.2m in just a year.
It's understood almost all of the mini-millionaire's money came from pre-roll advertising, with Forbes explaining "when views go up, so do these automated ad dollars".
Asked why kids liked watching his videos, Ryan replied: "Because I'm entertaining and I'm amusing".
The remaining $1 million came from sponsored posts.
"Fifteen per cent of his earnings are put into a bank account to access when he becomes an adult", it reported.
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The channel has amassed more than 17 million followers and close to 26 billion views since launching his main channel in 2015.
Jake Paul's brother Logan meanwhile, dropped to 10th place in the rankings.
"Ryan is part of the YouTube trend of unboxing, in which content creators film themselves opening up toys, tech products and other consumer goods, explaining different features and, in Ryan's case, screaming and giggling with enthusiastic delight as he does so, ' the Forbes said". He's a train, car, Disney, and Lego connoisseur, and is now the creative director of his own toy and clothing line, Ryan's World, sold at Walmart.
Ryan and his family, including younger twin sisters who first appeared on the channel when they were a few weeks old, also make educational videos on topics including tornadoes and astronauts.
A video titled "Top 10 Science Experiments you can do at home for kids" starring the three children has had more than 26 million views. DanTDM led then with $16.5 million (about Rs. 100 crore) and though his 2018 earnings are up - $18.5 million (about Rs. 130.21 crore) - he has still conceded the top spot to Ryan.