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Jordan Monroe 'CaptainSparklez' Net Worth - $13.7 Million

Jordan Monroe 'CaptainSparklez' Net Worth - $13.7 Million

Jordan Monroe 'CaptainSparklez' net worth is $13.7 million. The YouTuber has 1.99 billion YouTube views and 8.9 million subscribers.

Jordan Monroe 'CaptainSparklez' has earned $15 million in YouTube ad revenue and $14 million from sales of merchandise. That’s a total of $29 million earned since 2010.

Earnings isn’t the same as net worth. To get the net, we subtracted $15.4 million for taxes and $900,000 for expenses. We also added back $900,000 for investment income after tax.

Jordan Maron (born February 10, 1992), better known through his online nickname CaptainSparklez, is an American YouTube personality. His main channel is currently the 286th most subscribed channel on YouTube with over 10 million subscribers as of September 22, 2018. Jordan owns 8 YouTube channels in total. On February 9, 2010 he created his first channel titled "ProsDONTtalkSHIT" where he uploaded videos on Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2.[3] He proceeded to create his now main channel "CaptainSparklez" on July 20, 2010. In the occurence of his game named Fortress Fury coming out, Jordan made a self-titled channel "Fortress Fury", where he uploaded tutorial videos on the game. On May 15, 2015 he created a channel called "CaptainSparklez 2", where he started uploading unedited videos of his Twitch live streams, Minecraft videos and many other games. On March 27, 2016 he started a music promotion channel titled "Maron Music".[4] On February 9, 2017 Jordan made a channel for vlogging. Jordan's 7th channel is all about Fortnite. The channel is called "Fortnite Cinema" and features cinematics of the game. Jordan doesn't manage the channel, but he owns it. His currently last channel is called "Jordan Reacts" and was created on August 11, 2018, where he uploads himself reacting to various reddit subreddits.

He was featured in the 2016 Forbes 30 Under 30 list. In June 2016, he made an appearance in the sixth episode of Minecraft: Story Mode.

Maron started a mobile gaming company called XREAL with Howard Marks, co-founder and former CEO of Activisionand cofounder of Acclaim Games and StartEngine. XREAL released their game Fortress Fury in May 2015, which received over 1.5 million downloads within its first month of launch.[8] Fortress Fury was originally titled Fortress Fallout, however, Bethesda Softworks' —known for the Fallout series— parent company ZeniMax Media sent a cease-and-desist letter that requested that XREAL "immediately expressly abandon the application for Fortress Fallout and cease any and all current or proposed use of any mark incorporating the term Fallout."[9][10] The main reason Bethesda took legal action was that they did not want any competition in the mobile game market for their game Fallout Shelter, which had been in development. Maron and the XREAL's legal team were not informed of this,[11] because Bethesda had been keeping Shelter under very close secrecy at the time and did not reveal its existence until its release on June 14, 2015.

Minecraft music videos
Maron is best known for his many Minecraft-themed music videos. He began with parodies to popular songs in pop culture, but has more recently produced original music videos as well.
"TNT" On February 26, 2011, he released his first Minecraft music video, "TNT", a parody of Taio Cruz's "Dynamite". In late 2015, the video, after being privated, was replaced with new and original music. But in May 2018, it was reverted back to its original state.The video currently is the fourth-most-viewed video on Maron's channel and has over 100 million views as of September 22, 2018.

On August 19, 2011, he released his second Minecraft music video titled "Revenge", which is a Minecraft parody of Usher's "DJ Got Us Falling In Love Again". In late 2015, along with "TNT", it was replaced with new and original music, after being privated. In May 2018, it was reverted back to its original state. The video currently is the most viewed video on Maron's channel at over 160 million views.

"Minecraft Style"
Maron created a parody video called "Minecraft Style", based on "Gangnam Style" by South Korean entertainer PSY, that used animated Minecraft models. He published it on YouTube under the username CaptainSparklez. According to MSN, within a few days, it had been viewed more than a million times.[ The video was referenced in technology and gaming articles published by NBC, The Daily Telegraph, Mashable and the Huffington Post. As of September 2017, the video has over 16 million views.

"Fallen Kingdom" tetralogy
Maron is also known for his "Fallen Kingdom" series of four Minecraft music videos. The first installment of the series, "Fallen Kingdom", was released on April 1, 2012.The video's music is a parody of the Coldplay song "Viva la Vida," with lyrics changed to fit elements of Minecraft as well as to tie into the narrative of the video, which shows a king wandering through a ruined town he once ruled interspersed with flashbacks revealing what happened to the town. The video currently is the third-most-viewed video on Maron's channel, with over 110 million views. The song in the video was performed by singer TryHardNinja, whose YouTube channel has over 1 million subscribers.
The second video in the series, "Take Back The Night", was released on August 31, 2013.The video, at over 110 million views, is the second-most-viewed video on Maron's channel, after "Revenge." The video contains the titular track, an original song by TryHardNinja, and tells the story of what happened to the son of the king from "Fallen Kingdom."

The third video in the series, "Find The Pieces", was released on April 25, 2015. The video currently has over 30 million views and is the fifth-most-viewed video on Maron's channel. The video contains another original song by TryHardNinja, called "Pieces", and is a continuation of the story of the king's son, who is reunited with his father at the music video's end. The fourth and final video in the series, "Dragonhearted," was released on November 19, 2016. The video currently has over 16 million views. The video contains yet another original TryHardNinja song, for which the video is named, and brings the tale of the king and his son to completion.

Various Minecraft music videos On May 27, 2017, Maron released a Minecraft music video for the song “Rush Over Me” by Seven Lions, Illenium, and Said The Sky, featuring vocalist HALIENE. The video has gained over 1.7 million views.
On September 9, 2017, Maron released a Minecraft music video for the song “We Are The Night” by Madison Mars, featuring vocalist Sanjana Ghosh. The upload has received over 600,000 views.