Jaiden Animations (born September 27, 1997) is a YouTuber and animator from the United States who is renowned for making storytime videos and animations. Her films include a wide range of themes, from her personal experiences to personal stories. She also makes video games-related videos.
As of February 2022, Jaiden’s channel has over 11 million subscribers and has gotten over 1.9 billion views. She won a Streamy Award in the Animated category at the 10th Streamy Awards in 2020. In 2018, she was nominated for the award again.
In 2014, Jaiden started her YouTube account as a teenager. She had previously worked on other YouTubers’ channels, like iHasCupquake, before starting her own. In 2016 and 2017, Jaiden’s channel became increasingly popular on the platform, attracting larger audiences.
Jaiden was included in YouTube Rewind: The Shape of 2017, the first YouTube Rewind installment to feature YouTube animators, in December 2017. She was nominated for the 8th Streamy Awards in the Animated category in September 2018. She created an animation incorporating PewDiePie’s chair for YouTube Rewind 2018: Everyone Controls Rewind.
Jaiden took part in an airsoft gun tournament in March 2019, which was organized by YouTuber MrBeast and sponsored by game company Electronic Arts. The tournament featured 36 participants, all of whom were well-known YouTube personalities, and was held to promote the release of Apex Legends.
Jaiden released a video in April 2019 inviting fans to donate to the Bird Gardens of Naples, a non-profit bird refuge in Florida, through a GoFundMe campaign. The campaign raised almost $22,000 in just nine weeks. In 2019, Jaiden was one of several social media stars that donated to the Team Trees campaign.
Jaiden took part in #HopeFromHome, a charity broadcast organized by fellow YouTuber Jacksepticeye for World Health Day in April 2020, which earned over $260,000 for COVID-19 relief. Jaiden earned a Streamy Award in the “Animated” category at the 10th Streamy Awards in December 2020.
Jaiden had an appearance on YIAY Time: The Game Show, a YouTube Original comedy show hosted by Jack Douglass, in January 2021. Her YouTube channel surpassed 10 million subscribers on June 1.
In October 2021, Jaiden played as CatDog in a charity tournament for the video game Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl, which was hosted by YouTuber Alpharad and Coney of the esports group Panda Global.
She earned nearly $73,000 in her campaign after posting a now-deleted video asking for money to help her chose CatDog as the tournament character. In December 2021, she was nominated for the 11th Streamy Awards in the Animated category.
Jaiden Animations’ YouTube channel receives over 28.94 million monthly views.
For every thousand video views, a channel that is monetized by adverts gets money. For every 1,000 video views, monetized YouTube channels can earn $3 to $7. We can estimate that Jaiden Animations earns $115.76 thousand each month, or $1.74 million per year, based on these figures.
Some YouTube channels make more than $7 every 1,000 video views. Advertising revenue might bring in much to $3.13 million per year if Jaiden Animations earns well.
YouTubers almost never have just one source of income. Sponsors are common among successful YouTubers, and they can boost their earnings by marketing their own items. They may also be able to acquire speaking engagements.
Jaiden’s YouTube videos are mostly animated stories about her personal life. Toxic relationships, body positivity, anxiety, and despair are frequently discussed in the videos. She also makes films on her travels as well as video games like Pokémon.
Jaiden is a member of the “Animation Squad,” a group of animators who commonly collaborate on videos with fellow YouTuber TheOdd1sOut. The Channel Frederator multi-channel network is in charge of her channel.
She also appears on Scribble Showdown with TheOdd1sOut, Domics, RubberRoss, Egoraptor, and Emirichu on a regular basis.
Jaiden revealed in a video from 2016 that she lives in Arizona. She indicated in another video from 2018 that she had relocated to California.
She came out as aromantic and asexual, often known as “aroace” in the LGBT world, in her video “Being Not Straight” on March 20, 2022.