Cenat shared the news on Feb. 21, and since then his subscriber count has already scaled to 250,000.
At a minimum, assuming users are paying at least $4.99, this means Cenat is bringing in an estimated $247,500 per month. The Verge reports a “majority” of streamers receive half of the earnings, while the other half goes to Twitch. On the other hand, there are streamers who have a premium subscription, which means they have a 70 / 30 revenue split.
Note: According to its website, “There are multiple tiers available to subscribers that want to provide additional levels of support by raising the rate to $9.99 or $24.99 a month.”