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Amouranth’s net worth: How much money does Amouranth make in 2024?

That's a lot of zeros.

Amouranth is one of the most successful female streamers on Twitch. And while her “hot tub” content stirred up controversy on the platform in the past, it did yield her great financial results.

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How much is Amouranth worth in 2024?

Amouranth’s net worth in 2024 is estimated at 45 million dollars, including her private equity, investments, and returns from her gas station properties. She provided these details herself in a March 2024 interview with Caleb Hammer, discussing her spending and investments.

How much money does Amouranth make on OnlyFans?

Amouranth earned over 57 million dollars from OnlyFans in revenue before taxes between January 2020 and January 2024. The platform is Amouranth’s true money-making vehicle, and she hasn’t been shy about sharing her figures publicly. These numbers are higher than her own estimations about her net worth because they don’t count taxes and any spending she had to maintain herself and her business, which would bring this figure down significantly.

Her OnlyFans account is among the top 0.01 percent of earners on the platform. In most recent months, her monthly revenue from the platforms fluctuated between 700,000 and 900,000 dollars.

How much money does Amouranth make on Kick?

Amouranth’s move to streaming exclusively on Kick made her double her income when compared to the time she streamed on Twitch, she said in an interview. While she didn’t make the figures public, we know she used to make between 50,000 and 100,000 dollars a month on Twitch, which means she could be making over 200,000 per month on Kick. This figure doesn’t take into account the value of her deal with the platform itself, which could be worth tens of millions of dollars, if we consider she was signed right after Kick offered xQc a 100 million dollars contract.

How much money does Amouranth make on Twitch?

Thanks in part to a Twitch data breach in 2021, we found out Amouranth was paid nearly $1.4 million by the platform from August 2019 through October 2021. Those figures included subscriptions, ad revenue, and bits, and it averaged out to a little more than $50,000 per month.

But during a recent appearance on Full Squad Gaming’s Squad Cast, Amouranth claimed she now makes around $100,000 a month on the platform. While that revenue sounds impressive by itself, Amouranth added that Twitch’s value to her doesn’t necessarily come from the money she makes on the platform.

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“For the most part, Twitch is a billboard that I get paid to advertise on,” she said. “It’s a funnel. Social media will often just shadow ban a bunch of sexy content you know? So your reach is really nuked on every other platform except Twitch.”

Other revenue sources

Reinvesting some of her wealth, Amouranth revealed last November that she purchased an ownership stake in multiple gas stations, including one that has a car wash. While she said the investments required millions of dollars, they seem to be turning a profit for her.

Talking on the Squad Cast, she disclosed that she makes around $85,000 a year on her investments in gas stations. But perhaps the biggest benefit to those businesses is that she can save money on her taxes by writing off the properties as business expenses.

She also earned over $100,000 from the sales of her bath tub water and The Scent Jar, which is essentially her fart in a glass container.

Who is Amouranth?

The risque content creator is most known for hanging out in a kitty pool or hot tub while wearing a scantily clad bikini on Twitch, and she’s also done her fair share of suggestive ASMR content, some of which has gotten her in trouble with the platform.

While her Twitch subscriber and viewership figures wouldn’t lead someone to believe Amouranth has an incredibly high net worth, she also has an OnlyFans page where she sells more openly sexualized content.

Since 2022, Amouranth has been open about sharing her revenue from places like Twitch and OnlyFans, and she even disclosed how much she makes from her gas stations.


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