Lucas Rossi Feuerschütte (born May 15, 1990) is a Brazilian YouTuber, gamer, streamer, and vlogger best known as Luba.
He rose to national prominence through his numerous channels on the YouTube platform, where he initially posted vlogs and gaming content. He altered his topic over time and acquired an increasing reputation. More than 8.6 million members are there on his main channel alone as of September 2022.
On the platform, he now has five channels: "LubaTV", "LubaTV Games", "LubaTV Lives", "LubaTV Clipes", and "LubaTV VODS". In addition, he conducts the podcast "Podversus" in collaboration with his buddy Jean Luca and Dia Estudio, as well as has films on the Guaraná Antarctica channel "É Coisa Nossa".
|Name||Lucas Rossi Feuerschütte|
|Profile Name||LubaTV Games|
|DOB (Age)||May 15, 1990 (age 22)|
|DOJ (YouTube)||December 28th, 2012|
|Net Worth||$4.17 million|
“EMO DEPRESSIVO DE ANIVERSÁRIO!!!” or “BIRTHDAY DEPRESSIVE EMO!!!” is the oldest video on Lucas’s channel. The video has over 385k views as of August 2022. In the video, he puts on a skit with three characters played by him, and one of them celebrates their birthday.
On September 16, 2010, he uploaded his debut video to YouTube. Initially, his videos consisted of humorous content with the character “Rogéria”, which he created. He made gameplays and vlogs about his life with his friends, as well as family members like fellow influencer Gabbie Fadel and her parents.
“Ask Luba”, his first permanent series, answers queries from his subscribers. The season lasted till April 2, 2020, with 76 episodes. Lucas admitted in one of his videos that he created the majority of the questions in the first few episodes.
He was a contestant in the YouTube Nextub Brasil contest in 2012, and he won the grand prize of R$ 20,000.00. He used the prize money to expand his channels, converting his room into a studio complete with professional equipment. In December of the same year, he founded the channel “LubaTV Games”, which was entirely dedicated to video games.
He began posting videos on the two channels daily in 2015, and this practice would continue until mid-2020. The primary channel’s programming included series like Luba Feira, Comentando Comentários, Ask Luba, and Turma-Feira, which had the most episodes.
Luba Fest was started in 2016, following the success of the YouTuber across the country. A Luba tour meant to bring him even closer to his fans, complete with games, challenges, and on-stage interaction. He visited various Brazilian cities, usually selling out the theaters where he performed.
In May 2020, he began to steadily reduce his video frequency, occasionally taking a vacation, publishing several films, and then disappearing. He declared in January 2021 that he would be leaving the channel without a return date so he could rest and dedicate some time to himself. Between November 25 and November 29, 2021, he took part in the reality show Casa Black Friday, where he was locked in a house with 5 other influencers.
According to Net Worth Spot, he is worth $4.17 million as of August 2022. Every day, the LubaTV Games YouTube channel obtains approximately 80.38 thousand views. YouTube channels can earn between $3 and $7 per thousand video views.
LubaTV Games is estimated to make Lucas $9.65 thousand every month, for a total of $144.68 thousand per year by Net Worth Spot. Lucas might earn around $260.42 thousand per year if things go well. Lucas is likely to have more revenue streams. Successful YouTubers have sponsors as well, and they can earn extra money by promoting their own items.
Lucas has a larger following on his main channel LubaTv. LubaTV receives 17.37 million views per month and approximately 578.95 thousand views each day. LubaTV is estimated to earn $69.47 thousand each month, totaling $1.04 million per year by Net Worth Spot. If LubaTV does well, video ads might bring in more than $1.88 million each year.
According to other sources, Lucas earns an estimated $1.6K - $25.8K per month and $19.4K - $309.8K per year from his LubaTv Games channel. From his primary channel LubaTv, he earns $3.4K - $53.8K per month and $40.4K - $645.8K per year according to Social Blade.
There is little to no information available about Lucas’ personal and private life.
Lucas Rossi Feuerschütte is active on many social media platforms. His following is massive on each platform and just as impressive as his YouTube subscriber base. On Twitch, Lucas has a following of over 951k and streams games such as Pokemon Fire Red, Elden Ring and Dark Souls. On Instagram, he has a following of 4.4 million. He posts solo photos and pictures with his family and friends. On Twitter, he is followed by a staggering 6.2 million people and gets several likes and retweets.
Lucas posts videos daily on his channel. He usually achieves hundreds of thousands of views, with some videos crossing a million views after a few months. The content on his channel is mostly focused on gameplays, reaction videos, vlogs and more.
This is his most watched video, with over 2.7 million views as of September 2022. In this video, Lucas teaches his friend Jean how to play Minecraft.
This is his second-most watched video, with over 2.6 million views as of September 2022. In this video, Lucas plays the game GRIS in its entirety.
This is his third-most watched video, with over 2.45 million views as of September 2022. Lucas plays Minecraft in this video.
This is his fourth-most watched video, with over 2.43 million views as of September 2022. Lucas plays Minecraft with Jean.
Luba revealed his homosexuality in a video aired on his channel on October 4, 2014, titled "Some truths".
Between November 25 and November 29, 2021, he took part in the reality show Casa Black Friday, where he was locked in a house with 5 other influencers.
A. LubaTV Games is estimated to make Lucas $9.65 thousand every month, for a total of $144.68 thousand per year according to Net Worth Spot, while LubaTV is estimated to earn $69.47 thousand each month, totaling $1.04 million per year.
A. Lucas Rossi Feuerschütte was born on May 15, 1990, in Tubarão, Brazil.
A. Yes, in 2012, he was one of the participants of the YouTube Nextub Brasil contest in which he won a prize of R$ 20,000.00.