|Full Name:||Ryan Kaji|
|Date of Birth & Age:||October 6, 2011 (10 Years Young in 2021)|
|Father’s Name:||Shion Kaji|
|Mother’s Name:||Loann Kaji|
|Ryan World Wife Name:|
|Hometown:||Texas, United States|
|Ryan World Religion:||Christian|
|Ryan World Profession:||Kids YouTube|
|Ryan World Height:||5 feet 1 inch|
|Ryan World Net Worth:||$26 million (Approx.)|
|Ryan World Income Source||YouTube|
About Ryan World:
Ryan’s World (formerly Ryan ToysReview) is a YouTube channel for children ages 2 to 6 featuring Ryan Kaji, his mother (Loann Kaji), father (Shion Kaji) and twin sisters (Emma and Kate).
The channel typically posts a new video every day. One of the channel’s videos, titled Huge Eggs Surprise Toys Challenge, had over 2.0 billion views as of November 2020, making it one of the 60 most viewed videos on YouTube. As of November 2020, the channel had more than 28 million subscribers and its videos had garnered more than 45 billion views. The channel is one of the top 10 most-subscribed YouTube channels in the United States.
The Verge described the channel as “a mix of personal vlogging and ‘unboxing’ video, a mix of innocent childhood antics and relentless and often overwhelming consumerism.” According to Forbes, Kaji earned $ 11 million between 2016 and 2017 and was the eighth highest-paid YouTuber; and in 2018 and 2019, is listed as the highest-paid YouTuber, earning $ 22 million and $ 26 million respectively from its videos and product line.
Ryan World Contact Details:
Phone No: N/A
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Ryan World Current Address:
Address: Cypress, Texas, United States
Ryan World Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and other Social Media Handles:
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|Facebook Page:||Ryan Kaji|
|Instagram Handle :||Ryan Kaji|
Some Facts and Controversies About Ryan World:
- The Ryan’s World channel has been listed in 2018 and 2019 as the highest-earning YouTube channel by Forbes.
- Before going live on YouTube, the family replaced their actual last name (Guan) with the on-screen last name Kaji.
On August 28, 2019, a complaint was filed by Truth in Advertising and the Federal Trade Commission for the proper non-disclosure of its sponsored videos. Truth in Advertising claimed that “Almost 90% of Ryan ToysReview videos included at least one paid product recommendation aimed at preschoolers, a group too young to distinguish between an advertisement and a review.” These advertisements often describe unhealthy foods. The complaint is what prompted the FTC to sue YouTube and Google for $ 170 million and ultimately YouTube’s new children’s content rules to comply with children’s online privacy protection law.