Luke Hebert (born: March 6, 1995), better known online as Luke TheNotable, is an American YouTuber best known for his gaming videos. He is well-known for creating the Minecraft hardcore series "I Survived Minecraft Hardcore For [Blank] Days" and the battle royale game series "I Dropped [Blank] 100 Times," in which he makes 100 consecutive drops to various locations.
Later, other YouTubers would copy his 100-day challenge series and made it a trend. The first video he published was on March 24, 2009. He began by creating videos for video games like Minecraft and Zoo Tycoon, as well as Halo Reach, Halo 3, and Halo Wars. He started working as a content creator for the gaming company OpTic Gaming in June 2018. On July 9, 2011, he released his first Minecraft video in which he built a Boeing 747 at full scale.
|Profile Name||Luke The Notable|
|DOB (Age)||March 6, 1995 (age 27)|
|DOJ (YouTube)||November 2nd, 2008|
|Schedule/Status||1-2 videos per month|
|Net Worth||$2.88 million|
Minecraft Hardcore is a series in which Luke plays Minecraft in hardcore mode. Hardcore mode is unquestionably the most difficult. Creepers spawn more frequently, skeleton arrows deal more damage, but perhaps most significantly, dying in Hardcore Minecraft means you’re dead for good. 1000 Days in Hardcore Minecraft, his most popular video in the series, was published on April 18, 2020. 2000 Days in Hardcore Minecraft, his most recent video in the series, was published on December 19, 2020.
“Zoo Tycoon: T rex and Over 40 loins Eat Guests” is the oldest available video on Luke’s channel. He plays Zoo Tycoon and feeds the guests to the lions.
Luke drops to a location in the battle royale game 100 times in a row as part of the 100 drops series. He has dropped 100 times to places like Salty Springs, Dusty Depot, and Junk Junction in the most well-liked episodes of this series, which is based on the video game Fortnite. In this series, he has also played games like Rainbow 6 Siege, Fall Guys, and Halo Reach.
Luke attempts to unlock tier 100 of the Fortnite Battle Pass in a single day in the series “Tier 100 in 1 Day.” He’s performed this numerous times before. The last true one he completed was Eternal in 1 day in Season 13 before purchasing Tier 100 in under a minute in Season 14 of the game. He also carried out a spin-off of this in Season 9, in which he acquired all the Fortbytes in a single day.
Luke made an attempt to register the “100 Days in (blank)” format as a trademark in January 2021. Additionally, there is proof that he was DMing other creators and threatening to sue if they did not take down their 100-day videos. Both Minecraft channels and commentary had negative responses to this. Many people compared this to TheFineBros’ attempt to register the word “REACT” as a trademark. Later, he expressed regret in a YouTube comment made on one of his videos.
As of July 2022, Luke is worth $2.88, according to Net Worth Spot. More than 12.01 million people watch the videos on the Luke TheNotable YouTube channel each month. For every a thousand views of a video on a monetized YouTube channel, they could make $3 to $7. If Luke's income falls within this range, Net Worth Spot calculates that he makes $48.03k per month or $720.4k annually. Luke might earn as much as $1.3 million annually on the high end.
Luke has a daughter and is married. His wife has appeared in one of his Minecraft series episodes and goes by the Twitter handle TheTors. She gave birth to a girl named Holly on July 31st, 2020. He is, at the moment, a resident of Chicago, Illinois.
Luke has gained fame all over social media due to his content on YouTube. On Twitch, he has 12k followers and streams Halo, Minecraft and other games while on Instagram, Luke has 39k followers with 3,895 average likes. He posts selfies, funny pictures, memes and clips of his videos. He also has a Twitter account with over 193k followers and gets several likes and retweets.
Luke posts 1-2 videos per month, and his videos quickly reach a million views. His content mostly consists of Minecraft and HALO let’s play.
This video is a compilation of Luke playing Minecraft hardcore from day 999 to day 2000.
This video shows a compilation of Luke playing Minecraft hardcore from day 301 to day 1000.
Luke shows how he died in Minecraft Hardcore.
Luke makes a compilation of playing Minecraft Creative for 100 days.
A. According to SocialBlade, Luke earns $2k to $31.3k per month and $23.5k to $375.7k per year from views on his YouTube channel. He probably earns more from sponsorship and brand deals.
A. His wife has appeared in one of his Minecraft series episodes and goes by the Twitter handle TheTors. Together, they have a daughter.