If you’ve ever felt like you’re in the wrong job, Dude Perfect and its earnings may make you reconsider starting a YouTube channel. Cody Jones, Garrett Hilbert, Tyler Toney, and twins Cory and Coby Cotton are members of the American entertainment YouTube collective.
They rose to fame thanks to their channel’s impressive stunts and trick shots, and they have collaborated with some of the world’s biggest sports stars to become some of YouTube’s top earners.
Because fame brings fortune, how much is Dude Perfect worth?
Dude Perfect Net Worth In 2022
According to reports, the Dude Perfect collective is worth $50 million.
Even divided five ways, that’s a lot of money to be made. They have a massive 11.6 million Instagram followers and 5 billion YouTube viewers. It’s no surprise they’re so wealthy when you consider the money they’ll make from advertisements on the videos alone. The squad began in 2009 when they filmed themselves performing basketball trick shots and betting over sandwiches, and the video quickly went viral.
They have since expanded into a number of YouTube channels with varying specialties. Tyler Toney is a YouTube star who regularly competes against other YouTube stars in “battles.” They have completed challenges such as a demolition derby, giant Pictionary, an airsoft battle, and many others.
Over the years, there have been rumors that the group used CGI and fakery to create some of the stunts. They went on The Today Show to protest their innocence, with Toney later saying, “If people think there’s no way it can actually be done in real life, then we’re obviously doing something right.”
The YouTubers are grateful for their fortune and strive to do good with it on a regular basis.
They frequently collaborate with the Make-A-Wish foundation to help sick and dying children, and Toney recently flew to South Africa to participate in a conservation effort.
Dude Perfect enjoys breaking records as well and holds several Guinness World Records, including unusual ones such as crushing egg shells with their toes in the shortest time and slicing the most citrus fruit in 30 seconds.
There was even a network TV show called The Dude Perfect Show at one point. In addition, in 2013, they released the hugely popular mobile game Dude Perfect, as well as a book called Go Big, followed by Dude Perfect 101 Tricks, Tips, and Cool Stuff in 2021. The creators also hit the live circuit in 2019 to boost their balance with live shows and had additional tours planned that had to be canceled due to the pandemic.
They’ve also had a lot of success on TikTok, where they have over 17 million followers. One of their 2020 videos has over 134 million views. They’re not going away anytime soon, it’s safe to say.
Dude Perfect Reveals Hq Plans With A 330-ft Trick-shot Tower
On Monday, September 26, the group announced plans to build a collective headquarters on social media.
The caption on Twitter read, “The future of Dude Perfect – COMING SOON.”
A 38-second video reveals plans for the massive headquarters’ design, and the structure appears to be from the future. It would include a 330-foot trick-shot tower, Crazy Mini Golf, Trick Shot Town, and the Dude Perfect Museum, as well as two acres of outdoor space, a merch store, and restaurants.
The group claimed in another tweet that the new Dude Perfect headquarters would be a “family-friendly destination unlike any other.”
“Think sports heaven – indoor and outdoor experiences you can only have here – plus the chance to try things you’ve only seen on video, like shooting the “impossible” shot off a 330-foot tower,” they wrote.
The future of Dude Perfect COMING SOON:
▫️330-foot trick shot tower
▫️Crazy Mini Golf
▫️Trick Shot Town
▫️Dude Perfect Museum
▫️Two acres of outdoor space
▫️Merch store, restaurants, & more
And that’s just the beginning. 👀 pic.twitter.com/VwkH3SRzdo
— Dude Perfect (@DudePerfect) September 26, 2022
Who is the CEO of Dude Perfect?
Coby Cotton – Co-Founder – Dude Perfect
Did Tyler Toney quit Dude Perfect?
Yes. “I regret to inform our fans and followers that I’m leaving (Dude Perfect) to pursue professional water polo,” Tyler Toney said in an official statement.