He has racked up 16.8 billion views since the channel started in 2015.
To truly quantify Ryan's growing reach, previous year The Verge did a profile on the meteoric rise of "the youngest YouTube star we've ever seen".
Forbes has also listed Ryan as multi-millionaire in the list of highest paid YouTube entrepreneurs.
Ryan's dad joins in the fun in some of the games, allowing children around the world to get an up close and personal look at some of the latest toys in the market.
According to The Washington Post, Ryan earned $11 million between June 1, 2016 and June 1, 2017. According to Forbes' annual list of the highest-earning YouTube celebrities, Ryan ToysReview generated around $11 million income in 2017.
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With the YouTube channels rolling in the dough, that's his college fund (and his sisters') all settled, we think. His mother said to The Verge, "Ryan was watching a lot of toy review channels - some of his favorites are EvanTubeHD and Hulyan Maya". Most of the videos of Ryan are based on the reviews of different toys.
There's been another about an advent calendar and another about a Thomas the Tank Engine toy.
It started after Ryan asked his parents if he could be on YouTube like "all the other kids" after watching toy-reviews channels.
The viral video featured Ryan opening and reviewing a "GIANT EGG SURPRISE" box containing over 100 toys from Pixar's "Cars" series. That hasn't stopped millions of kids from tuning in to watch him open toys and play with them.
Clearly, the six-year-old has enlisted the help of his parents to made these videos a reality but at the end of the day, the content is all Ryan. He now has more than 10 million subscribers, with some of his videos getting nearly 20 million views.