The well-known Canadian internet personality AldosWorld is the proprietor of the well-liked “AldosWorld TV” YouTube channel. Over 1.5 million people have subscribed to AldosWorld on the well-known video-sharing website. In addition to YouTube, he has a sizable fan base on other social media sites like Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. Although he primarily shares movies of street interviews, sociological experiments, and practical jokes, he occasionally also uploads videos that fall under several other categories. AldosWorld is a star in his own right due to his sense of humor and good looks. In addition to being well-liked in Canada, he is a well-known figure abroad. His fame has aided in the growth of his YouTube channel’s subscriber base over time.
Career of AldosWorld
In April 2013, AldosWorld began posting videos to YouTube. Why Girls Say We’re Stupid was the title of his very first video, in which he presented himself to the world. The topic of the video, “Why Girls Say We’re Stupid,” was his inability to comprehend girls. Despite being one of his funniest to date, the video failed to wow many of his viewers. The video has barely received about 20,000 views even as of now. In fact, it took him a good number of months to realize what his YouTube fans were really interested in.
Two weeks later, he released his second video, which also failed to go viral. A little bit more than 6,000 people have watched the video thus far. His films weren’t initially receiving the kind of interest he had hoped for. But as he proceeded to produce more videos, his passion for YouTube kept him going. He stopped using social media at the end of the year in order to concentrate on his schoolwork, among other things.
He began posting a range of films in September 2014. His subscriber count skyrocketed after he published a few joke videos. Then, he understood what his audience desired. Prank films on YouTube gained popularity because of AldosWorld. Prank films are currently quite popular on YouTube.
Then he published the ground-breaking film, “Picking up Girls Using the Worst English Accent.” But the joke video titled “Scaring People Who Text & Walk at the Same Time Prank” is what really altered his course in life. In the video, he was dressed in a frightful outfit and stunned individuals by frightening them unexpectedly. After being posted in October 2014, the film quickly gained popularity and had more than two million views. His subscribers had surpassed the million mark by the end of the year 2016.
He began posting different videos, such as street interviews, when his viewers grew weary of watching prank videos. He approached strangers on the street and began asking them strange questions in these videos. “24 Series” was the name of one of his most well-liked video series. In the show, he would imprison himself for a full day in intriguing locations like nightclubs, shopping centers, and jails.
Over the years, he has worked with other YouTubers, which has increased the number of subscribers to his channel. His channel has surpassed the 1 billion view threshold, which is a remarkable figure by any measure.
AldosWorld has drawn a lot of flak for repeatedly flouting Canadian law. He has also repeatedly gotten himself into trouble but has so far been able to get away with only minor penalties. He also launched his own company and website, aldosworldstore.com. Through his website, he offers printed T-shirts, hoodies, and jackets among other clothing items.
Individual Life of AldosWorld
On January 4, 1994, AldosWorld was born in Canada to upper-middle-class parents. Despite the fact that AldosWorld only does things for fun, he has inspired countless numbers of people worldwide. Many young YouTubers have been motivated by him to start their own channels in the hopes of becoming well-known someday.
Estimated net worth
His net worth is thought to be around $1.9 million. His commercial pursuits and YouTube channel have an impact on his net worth. On his website, he also offers for sale T-shirts, hoodies, coats, and other things. His homes, vehicles, or income are not disclosed, though.