|Net Worth:||$5 Million|
|Birthday:||Oct 17, 1994|
|Age:||28 years old|
|Height:||6.3 feet (193cm)|
|Birthplace:||United States of America|
|Last Updated:||June, 2023|
NoahJ456, a streamer, an internet personality and YouTuber, has an approximate net worth of 5,000,000 US Dollars.
How Did NoahJ456 Become Rich?
NoahJ456, born Noah J, in Texas, USA on the 17th of October 1994. He became popular as a gaming streamer on the application Twitch and a YouTuber since 2010 – posting mostly clips from his Call of Duty and Grand Theft Auto games. He also posted Skyrim videos when he first started posting to his channel in 2010/2011.
He would advise viewers on gameplays they could use; he began to advise viewers on easter eggs they could find/had missed in games like Black Ops 2. This sort of content helped attract more viewers and subscribers to his channel.
In 2013/2014 NoahJ456 hit 100,000 YouTube subscribers and began to post more videos about Grand Theft Auto 5 and Call of Duty Ghosts. Other games that he posted about included Fortnite, Minecraft, Resident Evil, Among Us (the 100 Thieves members played a sponsored game of Among Us in real life), Destiny and Watch Dogs. When he began to post about Fortnite he also began to game professionally; making money in gaming competitions.
NoahJ456 joined Twitch sometime in 2017 and began posting about games like League of Legends.
In 2018 he was invited to join the infamous Esports streaming organization, 100 Thieves, as a Fortnite gamer in the UMGGaming Tournaments.
NoahJ456 collaborates with other Youtubers like Mini Ladd and other members from the 100 Thieves organization.
What Is NoahJ456 Net Worth?
NoahJ456’s approximated net worth is 5,000,000 US Dollars.
Beyond his competitive gameplay, Google’s YouTube Partnership, which earns him thousands of US Dollars a month. It can be assumed that he is a YouTube Red content creator and his audience pays a monthly fee to watch his premium content.
He earns an income from Twitch donations and daily streams (as he has a following of 450,000 subscribers). He also collaborated with META Threads, a lifestyle brand dedicated to gamer merchandise, based in Los Angeles, California. His merchandise on the website sells out and includes stickers, caps, hoodies, beanies and T-shirts that go for 10 – 60 US Dollars.
He works with brand like Chipotle and CashApp.
He is also a part of Fortnite’s Support a Creator and makes money if fans use his code, ‘NoahJ456’ to purchase products from Fortnite.
His YouTube channel, with over 5,000,000 subscribers, attracts over 1,000,000,000 video views.
His estimated income within a month on YouTube is over 10,000 US Dollars; in February of 2021 he made approximately 26,000 US Dollars; in March of 2021 he made approximately 11,000 US Dollars; in April of 2021 he made approximately 10,000 US Dollars; in May of 2021 he made approximately 10,000 US Dollars; in June of 2021 he made approximately 7,000 US Dollars; in July of 2021 he made approximately 20,000 US Dollars; in August of 2021 he made approximately 16,000 US Dollars; in August of 2021 he made approximately 11,000 US Dollars; in September of 2021 he made approximately 10,000 US Dollars; in October of 2021 he made approximately 10,000 US Dollars.
In January of 2020 he made approximately 12,000 US Dollars; In February of 2020 he made approximately 7,000 US Dollars; In July of 2020 he made approximately 15,000 US Dollars; In August of 2020 he made approximately 24,000 US Dollars; In September of 2020 he made approximately 20,000 US Dollars; In October of 2020 he made approximately 13,000 US Dollars.
In October of 2019 he made approximately 4,000 US Dollars; In November of 2019 he made approximately 13,000 US Dollars; In December of 2019 he made approximately 12,000 US Dollars.
If we account for his YouTube sponsorships and ad revenue then he could be making over 50,000 US Dollars a month – and approximately 600,000 US Dollars in a year.
There is no exact estimate available as to how much a 100 Thieves streamer makes from the organization but this can be assumed to be a big source of income for Noah – coupled with the ad revenue and sponsorships the group receives. He has other YouTube channels, outside of his main YouTube account, that would act as streams of income.
His YouTube channel, NoahJAFK, makes approximately 5,000 US Dollars a month and over 60,000 US Dollars in a year.
How NoahJ456 Spends His Money?
There is not much known about how he spends his money but the house he stays in with his wife costs approximately 1,000,000 US Dollars and was struck by lightning, in a freak accident, in 2019. From his Instagram page he likes to take trips with his wife and go out to eat and drink with her and his friends.
- He married his long-time girlfriend, Martina, sometime in 2018. He has been private about their relationship but will often post a picture of her for Valentines Day.
- His weight is 190 lbs.
- NoahJ456 also posts clips from his gaming videos on his Facebook and Instagram accounts; he has over 170,000 Facebook followers, over 200,000 followers on Instagram and over 1,000,000 Twitter followers. He has over 400,000 Twitch followers on his page. He also has a third YouTube channel known as NoahJ Pokémon dedicated to just Pokémon and even features his wife, Martina.
- He announced, in May of 2021, that he planned to leave YouTube and retire permanently; he later reversed this decision and decided, instead, to take a break from the application and content creation. He has been uploading content since.
- In 2018 he came second in the UMG Friday Fortnite.
- He is known as the ‘zombie’ guy as he recorded a vast number of videos about zombies from games like Call of Duty Black Ops 3 – Custom Zombies Gameplay; which he titled ‘Wipeout Parkour Zombies’ which is also one of the most popular videos on his channel.
- In early January 2021 his discord server was hacked which caused him to get, briefly, banned from the site. He ultimately gained access back to it.
- He was nominated for the 9th Shorty awards for gaming but Markiplier ultimately won the award.