10 most popular MrBeast YouTube videos, ranked by views

A man points at others in a MrBeast YouTube video.
MisterBeast on YouTube (screenshot)

MrBeast has taken the internet by storm. Born James Stephen “Jimmy” Donaldson, he is a 25-year-old YouTube streamer and philanthropist who creates videos with elaborate challenges and large monetary gifts. His willingness to do ridiculous things and his generous heart have impressed the audience.

With 222 million subscribers (at the time of this writing), Donaldson is now the person with the most subscribers on YouTube. It is the second most subscribed YouTube channel overall in India, behind only T-Series music channel. He became the first person to pass the children’s educational program commelan In the list.

MisterBeast’s most popular videos posted in 2023 $1 vs $1,000,000,000 Yacht!, which garnered 267 million views in just five months. But that video doesn’t even feature in the top 10 list of his most viewed videos of all time since he started posting more than a decade ago. The following list contains MisterBeast’s 10 most popular videos of all time.

10. I’ll pay for whatever you can fit in the circle (272 million views)

I’ll pay for whatever you can fit in the circle

In this mysterious video of about 20 minutes, MisterBeast starts off by visiting shoppers in an electronics store. He places a circle on the floor and says he will pay for whatever can fit inside it. The first young man chooses several gaming consoles, even a TV, and manages to fit them all in using Tetris-like precision. Hunt? If an item touches the red tape, everything has to be put back, and the person loses.

MisterBeast moves from electronics to grocery store, bringing tears to the eyes of soup kitchen workers who are told they can put whatever they can into the giant floor circle. Outside, he offers people $100 to stand in a circle for a certain amount of time. The theme is the same, no matter the setting: giving away money and stuff. It’s like Christmas morning, so it’s no surprise that fans are loving the feel-good video.

9. Would you sit in the snakes for $10,000? ,282 million views)

Would you sit in the snakes for $10,000?

A bathtub full of snakes? That’s the premise of this video where MisterBeast offers $10,000 to give to their mothers if they brave it. Don’t worry; A professional snake handler is on hand to help. As in their videos, the stakes get higher when things turn into a tank full of money and cockroaches: You keep whatever you can catch in 60 seconds.

From there the challenges get weird and silly, like one guy swinging a 1-pound dumbbell for $1 every time, while another lets a tarantula crawl over him for 30 seconds to win cash. It’s fun to see who does what challenges and who opts out, deeming the money not worth the stress. For the guy with the dumbbells? It’s a very happy ending for him.

8. Press this button to win $100,000! ,284 million views)

Press this button to win $100,000!

Who could see a button, be asked to press (or not press) it, and resist in any way? This is the basis of this silly video in which MisterBeast tells people that they will be punished if they press a button or win $100,000. The punishments are absolutely ridiculous, like wearing pants filled with mayonnaise or using a baby doll to break a two-by-four.

It’s like a weird game show. The twist is that players are playing to win money not for themselves but for their sisters, which is part of MisterBeast’s theme of giving. In the end a young man wins, but it takes a lot of entertaining, frat party-like debauchery to get there.

7. Age 1 to 100 Fight for $500,000 (285 million views)

Ages 1 – 100 Fight for $500,000

There’s a lot of money at stake on this video: five lakhs to be precise. MisterBeast has listed 100 people aged between one and 100 who will have to live in transparent cages. The last person left wins the money. Their room has a bed, TV and water and is monitored 24/7 through cameras. In an interesting social experiment, MrBeast says he wants to see which generations are the most resilient and how each age group will behave.

The kids come up with an interesting strategy, making a lot of noise to encourage others to leave (spoiler alert: it works for many people). A 100-year-old World War II veteran is confident he’ll make it through, calling the challenge “peanuts” compared to what he’s been through. Follow people through several days of the challenge as they fight boredom. They do everything from building pillow forts to writing on walls with deodorant and chapstick to help pass the time. How old was the person who finally won? You will have to see it to know this.

6. $1 vs. $500,000 plane ticket! ,301 million views)

$1 vs $500,000 plane ticket!

In this video, MisterBeast flies on a private jet that costs half a million dollars per flight, worth $25,000, a $10,000 first class seat and more, including boarding the world’s cheapest plane . It’s an interesting education in how different the experience of flying travel for the elite is from the everyday hassles.

However, what the audience arguably loves most is living it through itself while traveling in luxury. Even a first class seat for a long-haul flight is out of the budgetary range for most people. But looking at flights that cost six figures? He’ll show you what it’s like so you can dream of being able to afford it yourself one day. By the way, he learned that even with a $10,000 first class ticket, you have to purchase onboard Wi-Fi. For the most expensive flight? There’s a theatre, gold-plated sinks and lots of bedrooms.

5. I spent 50 hours in solitary confinement (307 million views)

I spent 50 hours in solitary confinement

This video is different from his usual videos which involve extravagance and gifts. It has a darker premise but still has the same light-hearted feel. MisterBeast decided to spend 50 hours in solitary confinement, documenting it for entertainment purposes as one of his typical self-challenges. He has a TV but he can’t control what’s on it.

There’s no big prize in the end: if he doesn’t survive, he gets disgraced. If he does so, so do his three friends and partners. He is not in complete solitary confinement because he can communicate with his friends outside. Naturally, they don’t make it easy for him, playing annoying sounds and videos over and over again as a form of torture. Amidst the noise is an iPhone alarm that has been ringing for over an hour. Does he make it? It’s a long journey, but you’ll be entertained the whole way. Although there is no huge amount of money involved, you will still be curious to know how it will end.

4. I spent 50 hours buried alive (311 million views)

i buried alive 50 hours

MisterBeast took solitary confinement to another level when he buried himself alive for 50 hours. He calls it “the stupidest thing he’s ever done” while lying in a coffin covered in a pile of dirt. Of course, he has a camera to record the whole thing and a two-way radio to communicate. It was all done safely, too, including water, an AC unit pumped into the coffin, and a medic on standby in case of an emergency. His friends, who often feature in his recent videos, are camping nearby.

What are the parameters of the challenge? If he has to come out quickly, its buds irritate him. The video shows that there’s nothing MisterBeast won’t try for clicks, and he’s got a lot of them.

3. $1 vs. $1,000,000 Hotel Room! ,316 million views)

$1 vs $1,000,000 hotel room!

Another one in his $1 vs. $1,000,000 The video series, MisterBeast looks at hotel rooms with different dollar amounts. He starts with the cheapest hotel in the world, actually just a mat in India that you can rent to sleep on for $1 a night. However, in the end, he is staying in the hotel room reserved for the rich and famous.

However, these are not your everyday, ordinary hotels. For example, one for $1,000 a night is in an underground cave. The $10,000-a-night villa is over the water. He travels to an island and a cruise ship, and spends time in a room that comes with a $10,000 dinner and its own bowling alley. This will inspire you to book your next trip and maybe even treat yourself by spending a little more than usual.

2. Last to Leave Circle wins $500,000 (377 million views)

Last to Leave Circle wins $500,000

Ranking as MisterBeast’s second most viewed video, Last to Leave Circle wins $500,000 It’s just what it sounds like. He puts 100 people in a giant circle and the last person remaining wins the money. They cannot touch the red line around the circle or they are out. Adding to the intensity is the fact that money is placed right in the middle of the circle to entice everyone. There’s nothing like lying on a bed of money to motivate you.

Players become more tempted when they learn that random rewards are being given to people who decide to quit before the game is over. There are tears, laughter and shocked faces because leaving means money and cars and staying means submitting to a filet mignon dinner to help keep up your strength. As the days pass, the scope shrinks both physically and in terms of the number of people. It’s an interesting watch to see how people break down over time. After a few games that test skill, balance and flexibility, a winner is eventually crowned. Note: You need to subscribe to the channel to see who wins.

1. The $456,000 Squid Game in Real Life! ,541 million views)

$456,000 Squid Game in Real Life!

Squid Game: Challenge Has been a huge hit for Netflix. Released this month, the Netflix game show based on the popular Netflix series gave 456 players a chance to win $4.56 million. But MisterBeast beat them to it with his Squid Game interpretation that launched two years ago, soon after the show took the streaming world by storm. His prize was $456,000 versus $1 million, but the premise was the same. Not surprisingly, he also managed to get 456 people to join the games, which is a testament to his popularity.

Expanded sets include recreations of games squid game, from red light, green light to tug of war (don’t worry, you only fall into the foam) and marbles. It is not as sophisticated as reconstruction Squid Game: Challenge, Nor is the production value that high. But you get the same feeling. He ends with a favorite childhood game that everyone knows and loves for the final competition (one that wasn’t featured on the show or on a game show; no, it’s not Rock, Paper, Scissors). . The moment of excitement for the person who wins in the end is worth the investment of time.

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