The most brutal challenges of Mr. Beast

Mr Beast - conquering the net since 2012 - Born in May 1998, in Wichita (USA), Jimmy Donaldson has become one of the most followed and applauded content creators in the world.

Mr. Beast and The Rock -'Mr. Beast' opened his YouTube channel in February 2012 and, since then, has accumulated 165 million subscribers, published more than 740 videos and had over 28 billion views. 

Deep pockets - Obviously, this translates into money... A lot of money. In fact, according to Forbes, 'Mr. Beast' was the highest-earning youtuber in 2022, with earnings of $54 million.

Reinvests earnings - The problem - or blessing of 'Mr. Beast' - and one of the secrets of his success, is that he invests, gives away, donates or spends every dollar he receives.

Perfect combination - Jimmy Donaldson, unlike other content creators, has managed to make a perfect combination between YouTube and philanthropy.

The diamond robbery - Four participants fought against a complicated security system to win a $100,000 diamond.

A house for 1 dollar - Yes, Mr. Beast sold a house for a dollar. Obviously, many people thought he was joking... but he was not.

The hand on the Lamborghini - 50 random people put their hand on a $350,000 Lamborghini. In the end, the car went to Fideas, the last one to remove it. 

Helping hearing-impaired people - The youtuber bought more than $3 million in state-of-the-art hearing technology to help 1,000 people regain their hearing. 

Recreated Willy Wonka's Chocolate Factory - He reconstructed Willy Wonka's famous chocolate factory, as described by Roald Dahl, and had 10 people compete to win it. 

The Squid Game - Following the success of the Korean series, Mr. Beast recreated all the scenarios from the series, recruited 456 contestants and ran the same contest. 

The half million circle - 100 people were put in a circle and the last one to come out won $500,000. Of course, the last 20 participants had already won amounts starting at $5,000. Brilliant video.

Surviving on your own island - Mr. Beast paid $730,000 for his own island and set out to survive on it for 24 hours.

The city of creators - Mr. Beast has been buying up all the houses connected to a cul-de-sac in Greenville, his hometown in North Carolina (USA), but the goal is to build a city for content creators.

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