Streaming has become a more than popular form of entertainment in recent years. Accordingly, it is not surprising how much money flows on platforms like Youtube and Twitch from time to time. Large streamers in particular should not necessarily complain about their income on either website. But how much do these faces of the scene actually earn? Well, with Elias Nerlich, better known under the name “EliasN97”, the largest German Twitch streamer recently officially announced how much he has actually earned so far in 2022.
How much does EliasN97 earn?
In a YouTube video, Nerlich has listed numerous streams of income on his part. According to his own statements, in 2022, or more precisely until December 18, 2022, he generated gross sales of around 1 million euros with his YouTube channel. There are also 1.1 million euros on Twitch and 150,000 euros through his podcast. The rest of the streamer’s income comes from cooperation partners and sponsors.
All of these sources of income add up to a value of 3.58 million euros. In total, the twitch streamer made a whopping 5,830,000 euros in gross sales by mid-December. According to the streamer, more than half of the income comes from sponsors such as the Elevate or Vitavate brands. His community praised Nerlich’s honest handling of the topic in the comments on the video.
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Sources: Youtube (EliasN97), Esports.com