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What is B0aty’s net worth?


B0aty (birth name – Adam Lyne) is a RuneScape streamer and YouTuber, who has more than 563,000 followers on Twitch and over 361,000 subscribers on YouTube.


Adam was born on September 16, 1994, in England.

Lyne decided to drop out of university to pursue his streaming career.


He regularly streams on Twitch while he plays RuneScape, an MMORPG that was released on January 4, 2001. The third iteration of RuneScape 3 was released in July 2013.

Adam is known for his overall knowledge of the game.

On Twitch, he has over 83 million views and more than 584,000 followers.


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Lyne typically streams daily from around 15:00 UTC for 6 to 8 hours.

In 2020, Adam turned down a $20k sponsored stream because of gambling implications.

”My rule of streaming is that I will never ever take a sponsor that is a house odds table game, no matter what the price,” Lyne said.


In July 2014, Adam vowed to stream for 240 hours (8 hours a day minimum average) and donate all of his proceedings to the MacMillan Cancer Support Foundation, one of the largest British charities that campaign for better cancer care.

The charity was founded in 1911.

During the streaming period, Lyne raised 50,000 pounds. He said:

”Over the month of July 2014, I set myself the challenge to go live every single day without fail, to raise money for MacMillan.”

Adam went on to say:


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”This challenge was completed on 1st August and over £50,000 was raised even though I expected £10,000.”

The foundation stated it could be the start of a whole new way of generating income. A spokesman for the foundation declared:

“£50,000 – that is amazing. We are going to send someone to meet Adam in person to thank him for raising so much for us. It really is incredible.”

During an interview, Lyne said:

“It’s been amazing and such a big surprise. I wanted to help Macmillan because the nurses cared for my grandmother.”

Adam later added:

”I’d like to thank everyone who has donated for helping raise such a fantastic total.”

In 2015, Adam renewed this challenge and raised more than 40,000 pounds. He said:

”I decided to set a harder challenge in 2015; to live stream an accumulated 240 hours over the month of July.”

Lyne continued:


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”This was completed at 22:00 on 30th July.”

In 2016, he repeated the effort. He stated:

”With the toughest challenge yet completed we are aiming to raise £75,000.00 over the course of 2 Back-to-back 12-hour live streams hosted on 31st August & 1st September.”

In 2018, Adam was invited to Buckingham Palace at a reception for Macmillan Cancer Support.

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Lyne started his YouTube channel (MyNameIsB0aty) on December 10, 2011.

The channel has over 378,000 subscribers and more than 133 million views.

According to the description on his channel:

”I’m addicted & Ginger. Call me B0aty. I started RuneScape on 16th October 2003.”

The most popular video on his  channel is called – ”RuneScape: One Man Army FULL Part 1.” The upload has more than 2 million views, and it was published on January 29, 2015.

The second most popular video on the channel is titled – ”Switching fixed? Let’s f### shit up.” The video was published on April 3, 2014, and it has over 1 million views.


Adam has one tattoo on his arm/chest. He also has another tattoo on his right arm.

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”Feeling super tired so strong coffee and probably just the one stream today.”

”Having some interesting dreams but may just take advantage of these full recharges to bang the big stream days.”

”Lost feeling in my left hand/arm, lip and tongue right after I ended the stream, was pretty weird.”


He once played RuneScape for 40 hours straight.

At Runefest 2014, Adam won a Golden Gnome for “Lifetime achievement” and “Best live stream series.”

Another famous RuneScape streamer is Sparc Mac.

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B0aty – Net Worth

So, how much is B0aty worth?

Lyne earns most of his wealth from ads on his YouTube channel, selling t-shirts to his followers, and streaming on Twitch.

On Twitch, streamers can receive money in various ways:

  • subscriptions – a subscription on Twitch costs $4.99 a month, of which Twitch takes 50 percent;
  • sponsors;
  • advertisements;
  • donations from fans. 

On his Twitch account, Adam has more than 3,100 subscribers, meaning $7,750 per month in revenue.

Lyne also has more than 133 million views on YouTube. On this platform, 1 million views can earn a YouTuber, on average, $3,000. Thus, his 120 million views mean about $400K in revenue. 

Therefore, B0aty (Adam Lyne) has an estimated net worth of $1.5 million.

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