It is official! WWE has hit the latest milestone on their social media, and the numbers are incredible.
WWE has now hit 30 million subscribers on their YouTube account. During the last 30 days, the company has had an average of 51, 883 subscribers per day, with a total of 1, 556, 489 total subscribers in total.
Over the past 30 days, WWE has had 894, 986, 303 views over their content. This is up 26.9% from the previous month. At this time, they have a channel grade of A++, are ranked 19 for total subscriber amount on the platform and are second in video view rank.
This does mean that the company is roughly making $290.9 thousand to $4.7 million per month in average earnings, depending on what ads are like on the platform combined with YouTube Premium (formerly YouTube Red) subscriptions.
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