American Competitive Eater Matt Stonie Loves Food More Than You Can Imagine!! How Much Is His Net Worth?
"There is no sincere love than the love of food", and there are few people in this world who are lucky enough to make eating their profession, and Matt Stonie is one of the lucky ones. He is an American competitive eater and YouTube personality who earned huge fame by winning various food eating contests.
Matt Stonie has earned a lot of net worth from his number four ranking in major league eating. How much is his total income? What are his sources of income? We have all the details here.
How Much Net Worth Has Matt Stonie Accumulated So Far?
Matt Stonie aka MegaToad has an estimated net worth of approximately $500,000 as of 2018. His main source of income is his attendance in various eating competition and besides that, he is also a YouTuber and Twitcher.
His self-titled channel has over 6.6 million subscribers as of December 2018 and has accumulated over 160 million views so far. It accumulates an average of 7 million views from different sources which would generate him an estimated revenue of around $920 per day ($350,000 a year) from YouTube and it's ads.
Apart from being a YouTuber, he is also a Twitch Online Streamer which helps him to earn a handsome income.
— Matt Stonie (@MattStonie) September 30, 2018
Not only with good fortune, but Matt is also blessed with a happy family. He is living a lavish lifestyle with his family in an apartment.
He also owns a Siberian Husky costing $1400 and can go high up to $6000.
Found out today my dog actually loves Gyoza lol. He went through like 30. pic.twitter.com/TdElwcG97d
— Matt Stonie (@MattStonie) August 15, 2018
Though in his early age he has gained high popularity being an online gamer and a foodie. Now, it would be interesting to know if he could sustain in his career. Let's hope for his good.
Matt Stonie's Journey To Be Competitive Eater
Like every other individual of his world, Matt has always loved to eat since his childhood but had never really thought about making it as a full-time career. He started off by participating in small competitions for free food and a T-shirt.
In an interview, he shared his journey of how he started his career?
"It started with a lobster-roll-eating contest five minutes away from my house with $1,000 dollars on the line. I thought, 'Why not, just give it a shot.' I showed up and there was a guy who was expected to win and I beat him by half a lobster roll and took home $1,000 cash. I ate 24 lobster rolls in total…"
One time during his high school, as a joke, he ate 62 hot dogs in a just matter of 10 minutes which somehow became his passion later on.
He started taking his eating capacity seriously and thought of making it his professional career out of it. In 2015, he was able to beat the 8-times defending champion Joey Chestnut Nathan’s Hot Dog Eating Contest.
As of 2018, he is able to be the youngest member of the competitive eating community and enjoying free meals and making records and enlisting his name in the hall of Food.
Stonie holds various crazy world records named on him. Stonie's records cover "devouring 25 McDonald's Big Macs in 22 minutes, 241 Hooters chicken wings in 10 minutes, 182 slices of bacon in five minutes, 22 pounds of Smoke's Poutinerie Poutines in 10 minutes and 71 Smithfield pork ribs in just 5 minutes."
Matt Stonie has held the world records for eating birthday cakes, frozen yoghurt, gyros, pumpkin pie, Twinkies, a McDonald's Happy Meal, bacon, pepperoni rolls, pork rolls, tacos, McDonald's Big Macs, pancakes, moon pies, Peeps, and many more huge food packs.
He now runs a food YouTube channel where he basically records himself eating food and making money.
Matt Stonie's Charity Works
While some people might think to eat as a sport is wasteful, but Stonie uses this platform so he could help the less fortunate.
He acknowledges that "hunger is a big issue in the United States and around the world" so he donates some of his earnings to charity.
"What we do on the stage is gluttony, but whether I eat two hot dogs today or 60, it's not going to make a difference anywhere else. Major League Eating does a lot for charity. I've generated a few thousand dollars for charity from my YouTube videos."
Matt Stonie's Facts
- Despite his enormous capacity for eating huge amounts of food, he maintained a low-end healthy mass of 120 pounds.
- He just enjoys eating food, he doesn't have a favourite one.