Miguel Bernal Montes, better known online as Mikecrack, was born on March 27, 1993. He is a Spanish YouTuber who focuses on gameplays of popular games such as Roblox, Minecraft, and Pinturillo, as well as some vlogs, Fortnite, and other random moments from well-known games. According to Net Worth Spot, he has a net worth of $102.05 million as of October 2022.
Miguel Bernal Montes was born and raised in Madrid's Pozuelo de Alarcón neighborhood. When he was nine years old, he was diagnosed with ADHD. He studied magic at Ana Tamariz from the age of 14 to 18.
After spending four years studying magic at Juan Tamariz's school, Miguel started a YouTube channel in 2009 where he posted magic tricks. Later, in college, he switched to studying biomedical technology, and he graduated in 2015. While pursuing a master's degree, he posted his first video to a brand-new YouTube channel dedicated to gaming-related content in February 2016. Miguel uploads animated videos and music parodies to his YouTube channel, which primarily focuses on Minecraft videos. Mike, an animated dog character similar to Jake the Dog from Adventure Time, is a prominent feature of his videos.
|Name||Miguel Bernal Montes|
|DOB (Age)||March 27, 1993 (age 29)|
|DOJ (YouTube)||July 13th, 2015|
|Net Worth||$102.05 million|
Miguel uploads videos every day. He primarily creates animation and music videos, as well as the Las Perreras de Mike series. He also uploads YouTube shorts and plays video games with the voice actors from his animated series, such as GTA 5, Minecraft, and others. On September 23, 2017, Miguel live-streamed a six-hour "Solidarity Marathon", during which he donated the proceeds to the Red Cross in order to aid the earthquake-affected regions of Mexico as well as Guatemala.
Mikecrack's YouTube channel receives 303.73 million views per month on average and approximately 10.12 million views per day. YouTube channels earn between $3 and $7 per thousand video views on average.
Using these figures, Net Worth Spot calculates that Mikecrack earns $1.21 million per month for a total annual income of $18.22 million. However, this estimate may be too low. Miguel could earn up to $32.8 million per year on the high end. Miguel is likely to have additional revenue streams. Successful YouTubers have sponsors as well, and they can earn more money by promoting their own products.
Mikecrack Fans earns $151.67 thousand per month, totaling $2.28 million per year. Some YouTube channels earn more than $7 per 1,000 video views. If Mikecrack Fans earns well, advertising revenue could be worth more than $4.1 million per year.
Miguel has 1.7 million followers on Instagram, with 25.3 thousand average likes and 538 comments per post. Most of his posts on Instagram include selfies, travel pictures and promotional content. According to SocialBlade, this puts his engagement rate at approximately 2.19%. Due to such a high engagement rate and ease of approach, he gets many sponsors for his Instagram profile. He earns an estimated amount of $2,335.5 - $3,892.5 for each sponsored post on his account.
Miguel has a reasonably popular TikTok account. He is followed by 5.9 million fans and over 50.3 million likes on the platform. He posts short comedy sketches on his account. As per various sources, he has an engagement rate of 3.63% and earns anywhere between $9,442 - $14,163 per sponsored post.
Miguel co-founded Los #CoMPas with the Spanish YouTubers ElTrollino, Timba Vk, and Sparta356. The team frequently produced videos together. Mikecrack has done collaborations and teamed up with BBTV, Teespring and Trendy Top Store on Amazon to produce lines of clothing and accessories for all his fans.
In a video posted in December 2021 on his channel, Mikecrack gave a tour of the house he purchased along with Raptor and Invictor. He showed off the entire house, including his room, as well as the rooms of Raptor and Invictor.
A. Miguel Bernal Montes, better known online as Mikecrack, was born on March 27, 1993. He is a Spanish YouTuber who focuses on gameplays of popular games such as Roblox, Minecraft, and Pinturillo, as well as some vlogs, Fortnite, and other random moments from well-known games.
A. Yes, on September 23, 2017, Miguel live streamed a six-hour "Solidarity Marathon" during which he donated the proceeds to the Red Cross in order to aid the earthquake-affected regions of Mexico as well as Guatemala. In 2022, he joined forces with the Little Wish Foundation to grant the wish of a young boy named David, who wished to meet Mikecrack.
A. Yes, he has worked on videos with celebrities such as Mayichi, El Rubius, Auronplay, BJean, Ibai, The Grefg, DJMariio, Ari Gameplays, Tarifa, Juan Guarnizo, and many more.