In an unexpected turn of events, popular YouTube gamer GodL Neyoo accidentally talked about how much money he makes during a recent video. The news quickly spread on social media and has led to conversations about how clear online earnings should be and how they might affect the gaming business.
During the video, which had 1.7 million views and 165.6k watch hours, Neyoo shared a screen that showed how much money he thought he had made in the last 28 days. Based on the ad income from 4 uploaded videos and 6 livestreams, that number came to $291.12.
That being said, the exact amount might not be correct, but it gives a rare look into how much game content creators really make. Over 500k people have subscribed to Neyoo’s channel, which is mostly known for its BGMI gaming videos.
The accidental leak has started a discussion about the need for more openness in how people make money online. Some people say that artists should be more open about how much money they make so that their fans can trust them and so that everyone can get paid fairly. Others say that creators’ right to privacy should be protected and that they shouldn’t be forced to give out information about their finances.
No matter how you feel about the problem, this event shows how important online content creators are becoming and how much money they can make from their work. It’s possible that discussions about openness and pay will continue to shape the future of the online creator economy as the digital world changes.