Jake Paul Net Worth – All You Need To Know About How He Made His Millions

Jake Paul is a self-made, modern-day celebrity influencer. He also happens to be an increasingly successful boxer with a $16 million mansion in Puerto Rico.

Paul is among the world’s foremost social media celebrities and is expected to continue generating $20-million-to-$50-million-plus each year targeting his YouTube success, his expanding merchandise universe, boxing career, and myriad endorsements.

He’s going for his sixth knockout in a March 2 boxing match.

Keep reading to find out more about Jake Paul’s net worth, his boxing schedule, and how he’s made his millions.

Jake Paul net worth
Image: Twitter/Jake Paul

What is Jake Paul’s Net Worth in 2024?

After surveying several media estimates on how much Jake Paul is worth, we find that his approximate net worth is in the $80 million to $110 million range.

He began making inroads as a social media star with help from his brother, Logan Paul, and gained a social media foothold through the now-dead platform, Vine.

Jake Paul is widely known for his music video promoting his song “It’s Everyday Bro,” which was a YouTube viral hit in 2017.

He has a diverse set of pursuits and investments and has a significant earnings monster in his YouTube business.

His YouTube subscribers now total more than 20 million, and he boasts a number of lifetime views north of 70 million.

From ad sales to sponsorships and merchandise sales, Jake Paul’s net worth continues to grow as his brand becomes larger and more visible.

Jake Paul’s Business and Boxing

Jake Paul’s net worth has been dramatically boosted by successful business investments. From real estate to clothing, sports drinks to betting sites, Paul has enjoyed a golden touch.

His YouTube revenue and sports management work add to the total.

In addition to his online dominance, Jake Paul’s success against boxing opponents including former NBA star Nate Robinson, as well as fighters Ben Askren, Tyron Woodley and Anderson Silva, showed some bite to all his barking.

And his Pay-Per-View (PPV) buys are growing with each match, not to mention the market to bet on Jake Paul available at online sportsbooks across the globe.

Jake Paul’s fights:

  • January 2020 – Won by TKO against fellow YouTuber AnEsonGib.
  • November 2020 – Won by knockout over former NBA player Nate Robinson.
  • April 2021 – Won by TKO over mixed-martial arts fighter Ben Askren.
  • August 2021 – Won by split decision over boxer Tyron Woodley.
  • December 2021 – Won by knockout over Woodley in a rematch.
  • October 2022 – Won by unanimous decision over MMA fighter Anderson Silva.
  • February 2023 – Lost split decision to boxer Tommy Fury.
  • August 2023 – Won by unanimous decision over Nate Diaz.
  • December 2023 – Won by knockout over Andre August.

His lone professional defeat, against Fury, landed Paul as much as a reported $30 million.

Various internet reports say that Paul had a very nice 12-month roll beginning in September 2022 that brought in approximately $34 million.

He’s scheduled to fight March 2 against Ryan Bourland in Puerto Rico at the cruiserweight level (200lbs). If you want to see the latest odds and find out how to bet on Paul vs Bourland, check out our guide.

Jake Paul – Quick Facts

Jake Paul Money Machine
Age 27
Height 6ft1
Weight 200lbs
Est. Net Worth $80-110 million
Sources of Income
  • YouTube
  • Social media influencer
  • Boxing
  • Merchandise sales
  • Ads and endorsements
Est. Yearly Gross Income $45 million
Girlfriend Jutta Leerdam (since April 2023)
Residence $16 million mansion in Puerto Rico

Jake Paul’s Social Media Career

Jake Paul found his niche making outlandish videos for the social media platform Vine, which no longer exists.

Paul drew more than 5 million followers and 2 billion views and helped launch his intriguing career.

In 2016, Paul landed a role on the Disney show Bizaardvark, in which he played a slightly-larger-than-life character similar to himself.

In an interview with the Cleveland Plain Dealer, Paul said he related to his character’s energy level, adding that he appreciates the character’s feeling that he doesn’t care about what others think.

“He’s sort of the clown of the show,” Paul said, “and I was the class clown in school. And he makes videos. So I could really relate to him in a lot of ways.”

That role, which ended when he ran afoul of Disney standards for behavior, paved the path to his success.

He found continued stardom via YouTube as his channel grew into a behemoth that now carries more than 20 million subscribers and a wealth of ad revenue.

Jake Paul and Sports Betting

The expansion of Jake Paul’s net worth now includes sports betting pursuits.

Paul co-founded Betr, a Miami-based online sports betting app, in 2022 with Joe Levy, targeting his younger-skewing audience by offering an even more immediate set of sport-betting results.

This “micro-betting” provides a market in which customers place wagers on events during a sporting event in real time.

Not just how many points an NBA player will score, but who will score the next basket in a game. Or, in a baseball game, what will the next pitch be – strike, ball, hit.

Levy is quoted on the app’s main page: “If we believe that micro-betting will be the predominant way people bet on sports in the U.S., then someone should launch the world’s first micro-betting focused app. This is why we are starting Betr.”

According to Stock Analysis, Betr has a market cap or net worth of $414.35 million as of February 21, 2024. Its market cap has increased by 17.25% in one year.

Jake Paul’s Main Charity

Paul began Boxing Bullies in 2021 with the following mission, displayed on the charity’s official site:

“The mission of Boxing Bullies is to instill self confidence, leadership, and courage within the youth through the sport of boxing while using our platform, voice, and social media to fight back against bullying.”

Jake Paul charity
Image: Twitter/IFLTV

For the March 2 match with Ryan Bourland in Puerto Rico, Paul said he’s donating his entire purse to Boxing Bullies.

He said: “The mission keeps on getting bigger and we’re gonna continue to renovate more gyms.”

“I’m actually going to be donating my entire fight purse to Boxing Bullies to renovate more gyms in Puerto Rico.”

His business partner Nakisa Bidarian: “I just wanna repeat that right. He’s donating his entire purse to renovate gyms in Puerto Rico.”

Paul wants to bring boxing to kids, and is working to renovate and build boxing gyms as one feature for his charity, in addition to providing equipment, as his remarkable accumulation of wealth continues to trend upward.

Jay Dieffenbach
Sports Betting Expert

Jay is a Sports Betting Writer at Techopedia.com, and has been working in US sports for more than 20 years. He's worked for Daily Racing Form, the Arizona Republic, The Athletic and FanDuel among other sports and gambling positions.