Dude Perfect Net Worth $10 million
Dude Perfect salary $1,500,000
Dude Perfect Net Worth: How rich is Dude Perfect? & How much money is Dude Perfect worth? Time to find out!
Dude Perfect is an American sports entertainment group based on YouTube and their current net worth is $10 million.
Behind the Dude Perfect are twins Coby and Cory Cotton, Garrett Hilbert, Cody Jones Tyler Toney, amd Bill Nye.
All of these guys are former high school basketball players and college roommates at Texas A&M University.
The group is famous for their extreme sports methods which include stunt-based trick shots.
Apart from the extreme sports methods, they are part of “Stereotypes” series. There, the group makes fun of common stereotypes, sports-themed videos, mostly.
But they also make good. On different occasion they do non-profitable and charitable acts. One time they collaborated with Make-A-Wish foundation.
Since they created the YouTube channel, the group has broken several Guinness World Records. Their channel has now over 2.9 billion views and 18 million subscribers.
With that kind of stats, they are the 20th most subscribed channel and most subscribed channel on the online platform.
The channel first started with Tyler as the one-man-show kind of thing. The twins asked Cody to join their channel.
They used to do sandwich battles via basketball shots in their backyard, and at some point they started to record the entire thing. Then posted it on YouTube and within a week, the video got 100,000 views.
As the group continued to grow, they started receiving professional endorsements and requests.
As expected, the channel worked with famous people from sports including quarterback Aaron Rodgers, NBA star Chris Paul, and many more.
They also have shot videos with fellow trick shot maestros Brodie Smith and Florian “Venom” Kohler, and YouTube singer Luke Conard.
They even launched a mobile game available for iOS and Android. Their colleague, Cory Cotton wrote and published a book, Go Big.
In there he shared the secrets Dude Perfect has learned until that point, along with the way of starting a business in a world influenced by social media.
Some celebrities have competed in Battles as well. Paul Rudd competed in “Dizzy Sports Battle 2”, as part of a promotion for the movie Ant-Man.
Liam Hemsworth and Jeff Goldblum competed in “Drone Racing Battle”, as part of a promotion for Independence Day: Resurgence. Luke Bryan competed in “Archery Kart Team Battle”.