So we are right here with answers to all your questions and queries as one of the most asked questions was regarding the net worth of Dude Perfect. We are here with all the updates regarding the same. I am sure you all are excited to know his net worth and more about his lifestyle. So let’s have a look at Dude Perfect’s net worth. But before we directly jump to know the same, let’s have a look at its background and history. If you are thinking Dude Perfect is a person then you are wrong as Dude Perfect is an American sport and comedy group.
During the year 2009, it came into existence and is headquartered in Frisco, Texas, United States. Talking about the group members comprise of twins Cory and Coby Cotton, Garrett Hilbert, Cody Jones, and Tyler Tones. All the group members were former roommates at Texas A&M University. As per the sources, the channel alone has more than 56 million subscribers. It is the second most subscribed sports channel and the twentieth most-subscribed channel overall. Dude Perfect Plus and Dude Perfect Gaming are the other two branches of Dude Perfect, which came as a YouTube channel.
Dude Perfect Net Worth
Dude Perfect has an estimated collective net worth of around $50 Million. Most of the income the group has managed to make so far is earned through YouTube. They have earned part of their net worth from several other platforms, too, but mainly the source of their income is YouTube alone. As of now, the group has around 10 million views each, more than 60 million subscribers, and their videos are watched around 12 billion times. Their video Trick Shots 2 have been watched around 240 million times. The group is quite popular because of its stereotypes series and the Trick Shots.
Dude Perfect Videos
ESPN’s E 60 featured the First Take, Pardon the Interruption, Around the Horn, along with SportsNation. The Panda mascot, too, was introduced that later appeared at the Texas A&M basketball game. The group not only made its name digitally but in real too it worked for a group of professional athletes and celebrities, including Tyreke Evans, Jason Belmonte, Tim McGraw, Jonny Manziel, Ryan Tannehill, Ricky Stenhouse JR, and Travis Pastrana. James Bucesher, James Hinchcliffe, Grez Zuerlein, and John Hekker Jacob. In the year 2009, as said earlier, the group came into existence through trick video shots at Tyler Toney’s ranch. It got released in the same year on YouTube.
The group’s second video was filmed at the Christian summer camp Sky Ranch was released soon after that. It received 18 million views for every 100,000 views it received. A child from Compassion International was sponsored by the group. The group’s second video soon went viral, and ESPN contacted them. Soon the clip of it was featured in the First Take, Pardon the Interruption, Around the Horn, and the SportsNation. Soon after that, the Panda Mascot was introduced by the group. It soon grew as a popular symbol at the Texas A&M basketball when they were spotted taunting players of the opposing team.
The Dude Perfect’s first professional endorsement was with the Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers. Later it collaborated with the NBA star Chris Paul, Australian ten-pin bowler Jason Belmonte, Paul Rudd the American actor, Singer Tim McGraw, Seattle Seahawks coach Pete Carroll, and quarterback Russell Wilson, too collaborated with the Dude Perfect. Ryan Swope, the wide receiver, Volleyball star Morgan Beck, Heisman Trophy winner, and the former quarterback Jonny Manziel too, had collaborated with the Dude Perfect. Other than that, several other groups such as Dale Earnhardt Jr, Cleveland Browns, Odell Beckham Jr, New Orleans Saints too collaborated with Dude Perfect.
The group didn’t limit themselves only to Youtube videos and shots. They also ventured into the gaming industry. The group came up with a free mobile game IOS and Android, which was titled the Dude Perfect. Later they again released the Dude Perfect 2 and several other games such as Endless Ducker, and That’s Lit. They also authored a nationally published book titled Go Big.