According to Forbes, Ryan, from Ryan ToysReview, has topped the list of 2018's highest-earning YouTube stars, raking in US$22 million ($31.7m). From March 2015, the YouTube channel Ryan ToysReview grew to prominence and now commands over 17 million subscribers.
While most kids Ryan's age would be playing with toys and legos, his parents saw a potential and launched a YouTube channel featuring the young star.
Other than $1 million earned from sponsored posts, the entirety of that $22 million came from pre-roll ads that play before his videos. He was placed 8th Top Earner a year ago.
Like PewDiePie and the video game industry, Ryan has influenced the toy industry as his reviews - which get millions of views - can affect toy sales. It is "the result not only of how few deals Ryan (or his family) chooses to accept, but also the fact that his pint-sized demographic isn't exactly all that flush".
In August, Walmart began selling an exclusive range of toys and clothing called Ryan's World, and a video showing Ryan and his parents searching for his own toys at a Walmart store has had 14 million views in three months.
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Controversial celebrity Jake Paul was second on Forbes' list, earning $29 million.
The pint-sized mogul, who now has his own range of toys at USA store Walmart, has doubled his earnings in last the 12 months to June.
Although Jake beat out his older brother, Logan Paul (who sits at the number 10 spot, just underneath YouTube king Felix 'PewDiePie Kjellberg), he wasn't too happy with his high placement - especially concerning who he lost to.
As he is still a child, 15 per cent of Ryan's earnings are put into a bank account that he will be able to access when he turns 18.
DanTDM was 2017's top earner, but dropped fourth place with 2018 earnings of $18.5 million.