Tom Cassell Net Worth 2022

What is the net worth of Tom Cassell?

$6 Million

Tom Cassell, also known online as Syndicate is an English YouTuber and video game streamer with a net worth of $6 million. He came into the limelight after producing gaming-commentary videos on YouTube which gained him, followers, from all around the world quickly followed suit by creating his own Twitch channel where he currently resides at the number one position surpassing 1 Million followers just this year alone!

Quick Facts About Tom Cassell

Tom Cassell Net Worth $6 Million
Full Name Thomas George Cassell
Stage Name Syndicate
Date of Birth 23 June 1993
Age 28
Height 5 ft 7 in (1.7 m)
Weight 65 kg
Gender Male
Nationality English
Profession YouTuber, Streamer

Tom Cassell Earnings, Career, Wiki, and More

His successful YouTube career has given him a net worth of $6 million. He makes money through the advertisements he posts on his videos, sponsorship deals with brands like Ford and others that have been mentioned in passing throughout other articles about rising internet stars alike- all while maintaining an active social media presence where fans can keep up with what’s going down musically/fashionably via Twitter or Instagram!

He launched his YouTube channel, TheSyndicateProject which has been renamed Syndicate now. The first video on the site was an introduction for Halo and Modern Warfare 2 Let’s Play series but rose in popularity following Call of Duty: Black Ops ‘zombies’ mode as well as other videos highlighting different aspects of gameplay such as Minecraft Project.

When it comes to YouTube, the sky is really the limit. With over 9 million subscribers and 2 billion overall views on his more than 3500 videos uploaded as of November 2021 alone; John Smith has established himself quite nicely in this field! His main channel receives 200K video views daily which leads him to around $1k per month ($440k annually).

Today, Tom’s channel on YouTube has over 2 million subscribers and his second Twitch account boasts 3.1 million followers who love to watch him play games like Minecraft or GTA V Online along with other live streams every day!

Jetpak is a network designed to create more equitable revenue distribution for YouTubers. In late 2013, he was paid $30k when partnered with Microsoft and other channels such as Adam Montoya (who also founded the company) in an effort that would highlight their gaming skills on YouTube through Partner Program ads without mentioning any compensation had been given; however, this violated Federal Trade Commission guidelines because it failed transparency standards set forth by law regarding advertising endorsements.

In an episode that shocked the gaming community, it was revealed last August 2015 by Gamasutra editor Daniel Homannsbloodworthi himself who has now broken two separate FTC standards on YouTube disclosures after posting multiple Let’s Play videos from 3blackdot’s Dead Realmwithout revealing their financial ties to this game.

Tom Cassell Relationship and Personal Life

What can be said about his relationships that has not already been said? He had a knack for burning things down, including houses and even entire servers. But it was only through Minecraft where he met Kaitlin Witcher who would eventually become the first lady of burns since their relationship ended after he burned down all her property on one such virtual world they used to play together as kids back home in Australia! Jess Hollingworth came next – this guy wasn’t looking too good when you’re talking breakups but at least now we know what happened between them.

When Kaitlin Witcher and Natalie Casanova filed sexual assault charges against him in June 2020, he dismissed their claims as “false” or a ‘character assassination’. The action of two ladies that used to be his friends surprised but did not upset Nick.

Tom Cassell Early Life, Family, and Education

He attended The Blue Coat secondary school in Oldham, Greater Manchester when he was younger. After completing his A-levels at Hyde Clarendon College and dropping out of school to focus on YouTube rather than pursue higher education opportunities available through universities nearby or further away from home; MK Ultra uploads videos onto social media sites such as Facebook live which allows viewers access anywhere they go!

Interesting Facts About Tom Cassell

  • As of November 2021, he has around 1.4 million subscribers on his Instagram account. (@syndicate)
  • In July 2016, he was heavily criticized and named as a defendant in a class-action lawsuit for promoting the gambling website CSGOLotto.com without reporting a potential conflict of interest.
  • He has two more YouTube channels named Syndicate Recats and Syndicate Clips having 49k and 108k subscribers respectively.

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