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YouTube star Valkyrae accidentally reveals how much money she earns

Rachell Hofstetter, also known as Valkyrae by her fans, has by accident revealed just how much money she made in the last 28 days from YouTube.
YouTube star Valkyrae accidentally reveals how much money she earns

Have you ever wondered how much YouTube stars make per month? While everyone can probably figure out it is quite a lot with some extravagant spending emerging from time to time, the exact numbers are mostly unknown.

Well, Rachell "Valkyrae" Hofstetter has accidentally leaked how much she earned in the last 28 days on YouTube, and if you aren't one of those people who can be happy for others, you might want to look away.

How much does Valkyrae make?

First off, keep in mind Rachell "Valkyrae" Hofstetter is also a YouTube content creator for 100 Thieves. She moved from Twitch to YouTube with an exclusivity deal back at the start of 2020. 

Keep in mind the number we are about to show you doesn't include any possible sponsorships and is simply from performance on Valkyrae's YouTube channel with its 2.63 million subscribers in the last 28 days.

This information comes from a screengrab taken by Australian content creator/Youtuber TheLolHounds, which you can view below.

how much money Valkyrae earn youtube(Picture: TheLolHounds)

Yes, Valkyrae, according to the screengrab, made an eye-watering 172,908.21 USD in the last 28 days. It appears this is actually 6% less than what she made in November 2020. If this can be considered the average amount of money Valkyrae makes per month, she would make over 2 million USD per year.

To put this into perspective, the average yearly salary of a Cardiothoracic (heart) surgeon in the US is 477,800 USD but it ranges from 383,000 to 599,000 per year according to

On 12th May 2020, Valkyrae googled herself and answered some most-asked questions about her.

The topic about how much money Valkyrae makes starts at 2 minutes 10 seconds. While Valkyrae didn't give exact numbers, she did explain it wasn't very consistent until her YouTube deal.

She also revealed she is able to fully take care of her mother financially, finishing it off with "I make enough to live comfortably and to donate to others".