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Matt Stonie Net Worth

Matt Stonie net worth and earnings
Information Details
Real Name Matthew Kai Stonie
Stage Name Matt Stonie
Net Worth $10 Million
Date of Birth May 24, 1992
Place of Birth San Jose, California, USA
Profession Competitive Eater, YouTuber
Best Known For Competitive eating challenges, YouTube videos
Height 5’8″
Weight 59 kg (130 lbs)
Nationality American
Gender Male
Residence San Jose, California, USA
Mother Dori Stonie
Father Cathy Stonie
Recent Activity Creating YouTube content, participating in eating competitions
Education San Jose State University (Major: Nutrition)
Social Media Accounts MegatoadStonie YouTube
  matt_stonie Instagram
  mattstonie Twitter
  megatoad Facebook
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Ranked at four as a competitive eater in Major League Eating, Matt Stonie is an American citizen with Japanese ancestry. The revenues from his channel make up a significant portion of his income, as of 2021, his net worth is estimated at 7.5 million. He is well known in his area of expertise and has set several records and won competitions. But competitions aren’t where Stonie shot to widespread fame. Stonie became extremely popular because of his YouTube channel ‘Matt Stonie.’ He regularly posts videos of eating feats and has a large following, making him a YouTube star.

Because Matt Stonie is very successful, people are curious about his personal and professional life. If you want to know more about Matt Stonie, keep scrolling down the page to discover all the details about his life.

Matt Stonie’s Personal Info, Age, Birthday, Height, Girlfriend

Matt Stonie personal info

Matthew Kai Stonie, aka Megatoad, was born and raised in San Jose, California, by his parents Cathy Stonie and Dorian Stonie. Born on May 24, 1992, the 28-year-old took his love for food to another level, gorging enormous food in no time and becoming a competitive eating legend. Matt Stonie’s nickname “Megatoad” comes from a fictional character in Super Mario Franchise called “Toad.”

At 5ft 8in and 58kgs, it is astonishing how Matt Stonie can accommodate a week’s worth of calorie supply into his body and still maintain a slender frame. But he does. And Matt is famous both as a professional eater in competitions as well as a YouTube star.

Matt maintains a low profile about his personal life, and not much is known about his family or relationships. However, speculators believe he is single and doesn’t have eyes for anyone yet as he is deeply in love with food! He is half-Japanese and half-European but born in the United States, where he continues to live and make his videos. His younger brother Morgan often manages his channel and video production on YouTube. Matt graduated high school from Evergreen Valley High School and later earned a degree from Mission College, majoring in nutrition.

How did he start his career?

Matt Stonie biography

Matt’s professional life as a competitive eater began in 2010 when he won a lobster eating contest at Hampton Beach in New Hampshire. He debuted in the Major League Eating competition of Deep Fried Asparagus Championship held in Stockholm. The youngest participant at the event was 18 and didn’t win the championship that year but won several accolades later.

Stonie won at MLE in 2015 when he defeated the legendary Joey Chestnut, an eight-time defending champion at the Nathan’s Hot Dog Eating Contest. He gorged on 62 hotdogs and came first at the popular event, annually held on Independence Day and believed to have started in 1917. Chestnut returned stronger and more powerful the following years, and he has retained his championship title at Major League Eating ever since. After his championship in 2015, Stonie’s rank at the league fluctuated between second and fifth. He was placed fourth in his ninth appearance at the league in 2019.

Besides his rank at the significant eating competitions, Stonie has set several world records. Some of the most astonishing feats include eating 10.5 pounds of frozen yogurt in 6 minutes at Phantom Gourmet Food Festival in 2013 and 20.8 pounds of pumpkin pie in 8 minutes at Elk Grove Pumpkin Festival in 2014. He also gorged in a whooping 182 strips of bacon at Florida and 71 pork ribs in Miami in five minutes each in 2015. In 2016, he set a record at The World Silver Dollar Pancake Eating Championship in California, eating 113 pancakes in eight minutes.

Stonie’s career as a YouTuber

Matt Stonie salary and income

Despite winning several accolades as a professional competitor, the bulk of his income and fame comes from YouTube. Matt started a YouTube channel under his name in August 2012, and his popularity has grown tremendously over the years. As of March 2021, he has over 13 million subscribers and 3 billion views. Stonie has uploaded over 370 videos so far, most of all of which have garnered millions of views. His most popular videos on YouTube have over 9 million views where he eats food worth over 10,000 calories in under ten minutes.

Matt Stonie has a strong global fan base as he continues to entertain his viewers with amazing feats. And his followers are only growing more each day as he gains about ten subscribers daily.

How much does Matt Stonie Earn?

Although Matt Stonie has won several competitions, he doesn’t need to compete to earn his living. He rakes in tons of money from his YouTube channel. It is difficult to get an accurate figure as YouTube doesn’t publicize its content creators earn. Besides, revenues can differ widely across various factors. But tracking statistics on the channels can help us calculate his average earnings. With an average viewership of 1.5 million per day, his earnings per day amount to an estimated $12,000 daily from ads alone. Besides, Stonie also earns decent amounts from sponsored videos and advertising products. Overall, his net worth is estimated at $10 million.

Interesting facts about Matt Stonie

In an interview, Matt Stonie revealed that it wasn’t exactly his dream to be a competitive eater. Instead, he entered the sport to get some free meals and some cash as a broke student. His interest in the competitive eating field was sparked when he won $1000 at a lobster eating contest held a few minutes away from his home.

Stonie looks excellent in his svelte frame, and his feats are incredible, but that doesn’t mean Stonie didn’t have challenges. In the beginning years of his career, he often bloated, dehydrated, and felt miserable as his body took time adapting to so much food. However, Stonie seems to have adjusted well to his eating feats. Now, he can eat up to 10,000 calories without prepping and hits the gym five times a week to stay in shape.