Pedro Afonso Rezende (born: August 24, 1996), better known online as Rezendeevil, is a Brazilian YouTuber. He primarily concentrates on acting and vlogging videos. He is presently Brazil's sixth most watched and seventh most subscribed YouTube channel.
He has an additional two channels. The first is called Rezendeevil Minecraft, where he produces videos about Minecraft-related topics, and the second is called Canal Do Rezendinho, where he creates films for kids with Rezendinho, a plush mascot version of him.
|Name||Pedro Afonso Rezende Posso|
|DOB (Age)||24 August, 1996 (age 25)|
|DOJ (YouTube)||February 12th, 2012|
|Net Worth||$19.53 million|
He had just started a YouTube channel with the name “RezendeEvil,” which was a combination of his username and the name of his favorite Resident Evil game when he went to Italy to pursue his ambition of becoming a professional football player.
When he got back to his nation, he spent the money he had earned on a better computer, started working as a professional YouTuber, and then published three videos on his channel that were all about the well-known game Minecraft. Pedro quickly became one of the most popular YouTubers in his nation as his channel grew and his videos received millions of views.
“Mo Creatures #1 “Ilha Boa e Creeper Brabo”” is the oldest available video on Pedro’s channel. In the video, he plays Minecraft and tries to find creatures from the mod.
Pedro performed in his debut play, “Paraiso” which was based on his YouTube series, in 2016. In 2017, he started Rezendeevil Minecraft, a channel dedicated to gameplays and Minecraft games. He stopped posting gameplay videos on his regular channel and started filming vlogs, challenges, tags, and catchphrases with his friends and family.
In 2018, Pedro introduced Canal do Gabo, a children’s entertainment channel including games, activities, and performances. Although he is the channel’s inventor and has participated in a number of videos, “Gabo”, a persona with no known identity, is the channel’s primary presenter.
According to Net Worth Spot, Pedro is worth $19.53 million as of August 2022. The Rezendeevil YouTube channel has approximately 2.71 million views per day and 81.37 million views per month on average. YouTube channels typically make between $3 and $7 for every thousand video views. If Pedro falls within this range, Net Worth Spot calculates that he makes $325.49k per month, or $4.88m annually. Video advertisements may earn up to $8.79 million annually, if Pedro earns at the top end of the scale.
Pedro was born in Londrina, Parana, in 1996, where he lives today. He used to have a childhood dream of playing football. He left Brazil in 2012 at the age of 16 and traveled to Italy to follow his passion. He began playing as a goalie after being hired by the Italian professional football team "Real Rietti".
On the first day, the other team members treated him badly since they did not accept the existence of the Brazilian, subjecting him to humiliating circumstances. He made the decision to quit his seven-month season with the team and head back to Brazil as the coexistence with the players became intolerable.
Pedro is mostly active on Instagram and Twitter besides his YouTube channel.
On Instagram, he has over 11.1 million followers and posts solo photos, pictures of places he visits and pictures with his partner. On Twitter, he has a following of over 2.9 million and gets several likes and retweets.
Pedro uploads two videos daily on his channel. His videos usually receive hundreds of thousands of views and occasionally cross half a million views. His content is focused on vlogs, reaction videos, challenge videos and more.
Pedro plays Minecraft Paradise.
Pedro plays Minecraft paradise with Herobrine.
Pedro’s sister plays with the Bipolar Octopus toy.
Pedro plays Assassin with his friends.
A. According to SocialBlade, he earns $7.1K - $113.2K per month and $84.9K - $1.4M per year.
A. Pedro was born in Londrina, Parana on 24 August, 1996.
A. Yes, he published his debut book ‘Two Worlds, One Hero’ in 2015. His second and third novels, "Back to the Game " and "Final Play " were published in 2016.