Logan Theobald, popularly known as LSToast online, is an American gaming YouTuber, TikTok Star, live streamer, and gamer. He is mostly recognized for his Let’s Plays and gameplay videos of the popular VR game, Beat Saber. As of 2023, the LSToast YouTube channel has amassed over 4 million subscribers and a respectable total of views.
Logan first rose to prominence after a video from his LSToast channel went viral all across the world. The video featured Logan trying out Beat Saber for the first time ever and the video made a YouTube superstar virtually overnight. However, Logan first used his YouTube channel to showcase his amazing yo-yo skills. Since then, Logan has diversified his content to include Beat Saber, vlogs, and Boneworks among other VR games.
Aside from being a full-time YouTuber, Logan is quite popular on TikTok, where he has amassed an impressive 6.4 million followers. He started using TikTok in September 2019 with his first-ever TikTok earning over 1 million views and over 100,000 likes.
Logan has posted a number of TikTok’s of him duetting videos from fellow TikTokers like Braxton Bougie and Donovan Ruckman. He currently uses TikTok to share his VR set-up and other behind-the-scenes videos. He prefers to live a very private life; hence, very little is available regarding Logan’s life.
Apart from his career as a content creator, Logan can be found on Twitch where he streams daily and mostly plays Fortnite, Fall Guys, and Beat Saber. He recently launched his own line of merchandise under his YouTube moniker which currently sells water bottles, bags, hoodies, t-shirts, and sweatshirts.
Logan registered his first YouTube channel on March 16, 2014, under the name LSToast. The very same day, Logan uploaded his first video to the channel, and it was titled “Monthly Trick Circle #1”. The video earned over 19,405 views and featured Logan doing a yo-yo trick with an off-string yo-yo.
Logan uploaded 44 videos that featured yo-yo tricks, fidget spinner tricks, card tricks, and vlogs from his visit to yo-yo tournaments. His channel did not really make a notable impact on the digital world around this time. Logan uploaded his first Beat Saber video to the channel on May 17, 2018, and it was titled “Beat Saber -Through The Fire And Flames (Hard, Darth Maul Mod)”. The video earned over 15,155 views and started attracting a lot of attention to the LSToast channel.
Logan uploaded one last yo-yo trick video before solely dedicating his presence on YouTube to create Beat Saber content. On November 23, 2018, Logan uploaded his Beat Saber cover of PewDiePie’s meme song Bitch Lasagna. This video immediately went viral and earned over 430,369 views, the highest he had ever received up until that point.
Since then, Logan’s YouTube channel has continued to grow at an astounding rate. He has diversified his content to include vlogs and gameplay videos of different VR games like Boneworks. As of August 2022, the LSToast channel has amassed over 3.29 million subscribers and over 1 billion views in the process.
Logan registered his second YouTube channel on November 24, 2021, under the name, LSToast Shorts. As the name suggests, this channel is largely dedicated to his Shorts. He has uploaded over 228 Shorts to this channel which has helped him earn over 54.6K subscribers and over 19,374,976 views as of August 2022.
His most popular video on this channel has amassed millions of views.
According to Net Worth Spot, the LSToast YouTube channel is worth $20.71 million as of August 2022. However, some sources propose this net worth could be as high as $28.99 million. Every month, more than 86.28 million people view the LSToast YouTube channel.
On average, YouTubers can make $3 to $7 for every thousand video views. According to Net Worth Spot, Logan makes an estimated $345,120 per month and $5.18 million annually. However, these are conservative estimates and the channel could very well earn over $9.32 million via ad revenue alone.
SocialBlade suggests the LSToast YouTube channel earns anywhere between $21,000-$335,800 per month and anywhere between $251,900-$4 million per year. Other YouTube analytic sources propose Logan has an estimated net worth that ranges anywhere between $580,000-$3.48 million.
Logan was born on December 23, 1998, in the United States. He did not have a happy childhood as he was abandoned by his biological family when he was just two years old and had to survive by eating sticks. This is also one of the major reasons why Logan is 4’9’’ tall. Apart from this, not a lot of information is available regarding his personal life.
Content on YouTube
Logan has uploaded new content to his main YouTube and secondary channel on a daily basis without fail.
Logan’s most popular video on his LSToast YouTube channel as of August 2022 has over 166 million views and it features a Short of Logan playing Beat Saber to the popular song, Look at me now.
Logan’s second-most popular video has over 123 million views, and it features the behind-the-scenes of his popular DADADADADADA Short.
Logan’s third-most popular video has earned over 112 million views, and it features another Short of Logan attempting to beat “look at me now” at the hardest difficulty.
Logan’s fourth-most popular video has earned over 95 million views, and it also features a Short of Logan attempting to beat “look at me now” at the hardest difficulty.
Logan’s fifth-most popular video on his LSToast YouTube channel has earned over 83 million views, and it features a Short of Logan hitting a 360 while playing Boneworks.
Logan has the personality type of INFJ.
Logan was abandoned by his family when he was just two years old and he had to survive by eating sticks.
The LSToast merch store gives out free LSToast Sabers for every purchase made on the official website.