Ninja Net Worth
Ninja Net Worth

Ninja Net Worth: How Much Money Does He Make Per Month?

It’s no secret that Ninja is a well-known name in the gaming world. He is a widely popular Twitch Streamer, a retired professional Halo player, and seen by many as the face of Fortnite.

Ninja is the highest-earning streamer ever through impressive sponsorships and brand deals, most notably his exclusive deal with Mixer which made him over a net worth of $30 million dollars. The following is a breakdown of how Ninja generates revenue:

Ninja Twitch Earnings

Ninja makes money on Twitch through subscribers, donations, and advertisements.


Ninja retains 70% of his Twitch subscription earnings, equating to a net worth of $3.50 in revenue per tier 1 subscriber. This is due to the fact that he is eligible for Twitch’s 70/30 sub split.


On his Streamlabs tip jar, Ninja accepts donations from viewers via PayPal.


Advertisements are another source of revenue for Twitch streamers. Before entering a stream, you may be greeted by these video advertisements, which may or may not play again at the streamer’s discretion. We estimate that streamers make around $2 per 1000 viewers on Twitch.

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Ninja Youtube Earnings

There are 24 million subscribers to Ninja’s YouTube channel, and he uploads three times a week on average to keep them interested. On average, his videos get around 400k views each. On YouTube, YouTubers can make money from advertisements. They’ll receive a certain amount (CPM) per 1000 viewers. The CPM for Ninja, according to our calculations, is somewhere between $3 and $4.

Ninja Esports Earnings

It’s no secret that Ninja is an accomplished esports athlete, having begun his professional career as a Halo pro and achieved enormous success in the early days of the Fortnite game. Ninja has earned $280,313.29 from 53 tournaments. The majority of his esports earnings come from Fortnite, Halo, PUBG, and H1Z1.

Ninja Sponsorship, and Brand Deals

As one of the most well-known names in gaming and streaming, Ninja has a slew of high-profile sponsors and endorsement deals to his name:

  • For example, EA reportedly paid Ninja 1 million dollars for streaming Apex Legends on launch day.
  • After signing a sponsorship deal with Red Bull in 2018, Ninja’s outlined face appeared on the company’s beer cans.
  • In 2019, Ninja was featured in a Super Bowl ad.
  • In 2022, Ninja agreed to a contract with G-FUEL that was exclusive to G-FUEL.

Each and every one of these endorsements and sponsorships has unquestionably increased his fortune.

How Much Money Does Ninja Make From Twitch?

Ninja makes an estimated $33,588 per month from streaming on Twitch. Here’s how this adds up:

From Twitch subscribers

According to Twitch Tracker, Ninja currently has 8000 average monthly subscribers on Twitch.

Fun fact: 42.4 percent of Ninja’s subscribers are Twitch prime subs. Considering he makes $3.50 per tier 1 subscriber, we estimate that Ninja makes a net worth of at least $28,000 USD per month from subscribers on Twitch.

From Twitch Advertisements

Twitch Tracker tells us that Ninja had 2,794,010 views in the last 30 days. If we consider a $2 CPM, this would mean that Ninja makes a net worth of $5,588 per month from Twitch advertisements. Another net worth $2 advertisement CPM is our estimate for most streamers, but Ninja makes more than that.

From Donations

Donations are hard to estimate as we have no website that can accurately track this information. We estimate that Ninja makes at least a net worth $2000 – $4000 in donations each month. We do not include donations in our estimations.

Ninja’s highest-earning month on Twitch

In 2018, at the height of his and Fortnite’s popularity, Ninja made a lot more money on Twitch. During this time he even had a month where he had 269,154 subscribers. With just the subscribers, he could have made a net worth of $942,039 himself. This month, he had 42,800,000 viewers and earned $83,600 from advertisements. In other words, Ninja made well over a million dollars in April 2018 alone from Twitch streaming.

Ninja Earning From Youtube

Ninja Earning From Youtube
Ninja Earning From Youtube

Ninja has about 8.2 million average monthly video views on his YouTube channel currently. This is a significant shift from last year when we reported an average monthly video view count of 18 million people. However, it seems that Ninja’s viewer count is once again on the rise, consistently reaching over 12 million video views in the last 2 months.
Considering a net worth of $3 CPM, we estimate that Ninja makes $24,600 per month from advertisements on YouTube.

Ninja Career

Ninja grew up in the suburbs of Chicago. Immediately after high school, he started focussing on playing video games at a professional level. Halo was his first competitive video game experience. MLG Orlando in 2009, when he was 19, was his first major tournament.
Ninja became known to the esports world as one of the best Halo players after he got picked up by Final Boss, one of the most popular teams at the time.
In 2011, Ninja started streaming on Twitch. With the release of H1Z1 in 2015, one of the first Battle Royale, games, Ninja was instantly hooked on the game mode. When PUBG was released in 2017, he made the switch to it. Fortnite was released half a year after PUBG, and Ninja’s Twitch stream went viral due to the game’s enormous popularity.

On March 15, 2018, Ninja set a Twitch record by playing squads with Drake, Travis Scott, and JuJu Smith-Schuster in front of 616,693 concurrent viewers. In April 2018, he broke his own record by streaming his Fortnite event Ninja Vegas 2018 to 667,000 viewers. Ninja signed a deal with Red Bull in June of last year.

In August 2019, Ninja signed a net worth $30 million exclusive deal with the Mixer streaming platform. In that same month, Ninja came out with a book called β€˜Get Good: My Ultimate Guide to Gaming’ which is available on Amazon. In September of 2019, Ninja appeared on The Masker Singer.
When Mixer shut down in July of 2020, Ninja became a free agent (got to keep the money) and signed an exclusive contract with Twitch.
In 2022, Ninja agreed to a contract with G-FUEL that was exclusive to G-FUEL.

How Much Money Does Ninja Make Per Month?

Ninja currently makes an estimated net worth of $58,188 per month from streaming on Twitch and uploading highlights to his YouTube channel. Of course, we haven’t factored in any of Ninja’s other revenue streams, such as sponsorships, brand deals, merchandise sales, or donations.

Ninja makes far more money from his overall brand (brand deals/sponsorships/merch sales) than he does from advertisements on youtube/twitch. If we were to include those, Ninja’s estimated monthly income would be closer to a net worth of $500k per month.

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Ninja Net Worth

Ninja’s net worth is estimated to be approximately $30 million.Β  Streaming income, YouTube channel income, merchandise sales revenue, and sponsorship revenue are all included here.

A $30 million exclusivity deal with Mixer is said to have paid Ninja, and Forbes estimates that he made $17 million in 2019 from his earnings. Combined with his other revenue, his net worth could be even higher. Whatever the exact figure, it’s a huge sum.

On top of that, he just signed an exclusive contract with Twitch earlier this year. While we don’t know the value of the deal, expect it to once again be well into the millions of dollars.

How Much Did Ninja Make From The Mixer Deal?

The Mixer deal brought Ninja a net worth of $30 million in profits. After signing an exclusive net worth $30 million dollars contract with mixer, Ninja was left with a lot of money when the platform closed down on June 22. Afterward, he signed an exclusive contract with Twitch.

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