Ian Carter, better known as iDubbbz online, is one of the fastest rising Internet personalities to be found on YouTube today. He is known as the owner of the YouTube channel “iDubbbzTV”, which boasts a large number of subscribers and where he hosts his KickstartCrop series. The success of his first channeled him to set up two more YouTube channels. Ian has turned the fun of sharing videos on the Internet into a career that has brought him great rewards. Here is a report on how he managed to do this.
Ian Carter Biography
Ian Carter was born on July 17, 1990, in San Antonio, Texas. He is a comedian, a YouTube personality, author, director, and singer. Carter was born the son of American parents who separated at a young age. He has two brothers named Troy Carter and Kevin Carter. As expected from boys who grew up together, the three brothers enjoyed playing video games together. There is no doubt that this had a major impact on Ian Carter’s life.
If most parents think that allowing their children to spend too much time in front of the TV and playing video games could only have negative effects, Ian Carter’s career to date has proven them wrong. Carter’s love of video games has had many positive results, as he now shares these video games on one of his YouTube channels, earning him a lot of money. There are no further details about the YouTube star’s childhood.
Ian Carter has introduced his brothers on his YouTube channels on several occasions. And on some of these occasions, Troy and Kevin addressed Ian as “Kovic”, which led to the rumors that Ian Carter might not be his real name. We may not be one hundred percent sure if his real name is what he says it is, but we are sure and we know that YouTube stars like to be associated with their colleagues in their profession. He has worked with other YouTube stars such as Filthy Frank, h3h3Productions, Anything4views, PewDiePie, Boyinaband, Maxmoefoe, and HowToBasic.
Ian Carter is believed to have a high school diploma, but we have not confirmed which high school he graduated from. As for college, he either didn’t attend or he dropped out at some point because no one heard anything about him and college.
As a YouTube personality, Carter began his career on August 17, 2012, but did not upload a video until August 30, and his very first video was of himself playing the vacation role in the game “Overgrowth”. He released other videos similar to an average YouTuber until 2013 when he scored a big hit with his game video “Gaming News Crap” and the “Kickstart crap” series.
Cater created the Comedy and Unbox channel on YouTube under the name iDubbbzTV. iDubbbzTV has a huge number of subscribers because at the time of writing this article it had 7.328 million subscribers and had over 1.086 billion hits.
Ian Carter launched a secondary YouTube channel called iDubbbzTV2 on April 9, 2015. On the channel, he shares only comedy content. The channel has 2.984 million subscribers and its videos have been viewed over 211 million times.
Carter’s third YouTube channel is a game channel called iDubbbzTV2. iDubbbzgames, which was launched on April 21, 2015. The channel shares game and unpacked content. It was launched in 2015 and ceased operation for a while, but in 2018 it began to function again and is currently active. The channel has 872 thousand subscribers and its videos had a total of 6.165 million views on April 12, 2019.
In addition to his video game career, Carter is also a singer, although this part of his career looks like a one-time thing. In 2017, he collaborated with the boy band to sing the song Asian Jake Paul. The song reached its peak at number 27 in the “US R&B/HH Digital Song Sales”.
He is friends with some high-income YouTubers like ‘Maxmoefoe’, ‘Filthy Frank’, ‘Anything4views’, and ‘iisuperwomanii’, a YouTuber with over 10 million subscribers. He even meets with a famous YouTube player and Twitch streamer – Anisa Jomha, best known as anisajomha.
Ian Carter’s massive number of subscribers and views are the key to making a good amount of money from his social media video sharing site. The YouTube star with a height of about 6’0 inches started out as a gamer, then he started uploading videos of his Kickstarter Crap and Bad Unboxing. Today, his content has brought him the fame and wealth he desires.
Carter’s net worth is estimated at $10 million. In addition to his massive followers on YouTube, he is also popular on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook, and his massive presence on each of these social media networks is paying off for him as well.