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List of Andrew Tate’s Businesses

Andrew Tate is a British-American entrepreneur, kickboxer, and internet personality.

He owns multiple supercars (including a Bugatti) and is popular on TikTok—with over 5 billion total views.

He appeared in many podcasts and talks about having multiple sources of income.

His popularity skyrocketed due to his hot takes on women and money.

After his kickboxing career, he brainstormed ideas on how to make internet money.

Currently, he achieved multi-millionaire status and is one of the most popular internet personalities.

This article contains a list of disclosed Andrew Tate’s businesses that he talks about in various podcasts.

1. Casino business

In a Fresh&Fit Podcast, Andrew mentioned that one of his income sources is his casino business.

When Andrew was broke, he used to go to Casinos frequently to try his luck.

During his commentating job for RXF, a cage-fighting show in Romania, there was a sponsor who owned multiple small casinos in Europe.

Andrew wanted to strike a deal with him to start a casino franchise.

However, the sponsor was wealthy and his business was already thriving—so Andrew had to come up with a game plan.

He approached him and asked whether he can set up a casino using their branding and with his own money.

If it was successful, Andrew would give the owner a percentage of turnover.

At one point, Andrew realized how overpriced coffee was in Starbucks, so he started giving out free coffee in the casino.

The free coffee attracted a lot of customers and the casino started making money.

2. Hustlers University

Andrew Tate business

Hustlers University (rebranded as The Real World) is an online school that teaches people how to make money.

It’s a community with Andrew and dozens of War Room members.

It contains stock analysis, options plays, crypto analysis, and De-Fi.

It also teaches e-commerce, copywriting, freelancing, business management, and more.

The community’s professors are verified by Andrew and they make anywhere from $10k to $500k a month.

It costs $49.99 per month to enroll and it renews automatically each month.

Hustlers University has about 100,000 members on Discord.

This means that it’s making about $5 million a month at its peak.

3. Webcam business

In another Fresh&Fit Podcast, Andrew talked about his webcam business.

Andrew found out about a webcam business multiple years ago.

At that time, the webcam industry wasn’t that big.

He texted several of his girlfriends (about 5 of them) and asked them to live and work with him.

However, 3 of them left and 2 of them stayed.

Andrew and the 2 girls managed to grow the webcam business to a point where they had 75 women working in 4 locations.

At its peak, the business made about $600,000 a month.

Currently, Andrew has little involvement in the business, but he takes 20 to 30 percent of his former girlfriends’ webcam income.

4. The War Room

Andrew Tate War Room

The War Room is a global network with members, bases, and influence in more than 70 countries.

It contains a myriad of expertise that allows them to influence people globally.

Its members either have achieved or are working towards freedom.

The War Room has multiple Telegram groups on different topics.

This includes finance, geographical locations, legal documentation, fitness, bio-hacking, and more.

The membership claim to have changed people’s lives by teaching people how trivial money is.

It costs about $4,900 USD to join the membership where payment is done in crypto.

5. OnlyFans management

Andrew Tate and his brother, Tristan Tate used to run an OnlyFans management company.

In a Your Mom’s House Podcast, Andrew said that the company is doing about $200k a month in revenue.

He also said that his Casino business is earning more than that.

Tristan, who has more than 1 million followers on Instagram, claimed that he worked in the adult industry for more than 9 years.

6. TateSpeech on Rumble

After Andrew Tate’s ban on YouTube (about 700k+ subscribers), he moved to Rumble.

Rumble is an online video platform founded by Chris Pavlovski.

The platform advocates free speech and their mission is to protect a free an open internet.

Andrew Tate’s channel on Rumble is TateSpeech and it has close to 1 million followers.

Rumble pays about $2 per 1,000 views and TateSpeech averages about 200k views per video.

Hence, each video TateSpeech puts out gets about $400.

7. Top G merch

Aprt from The Real World and Rumble, Andrew Tate sells merchandise on the Top G website.

The company is called “Top G Exclusive”, which is a blockchain experiment.

The merchandise includes shirts, jackets, and mugs.

Most of the merchandise are sold out within a day while others are sold out within 10 days.

The prices range from $100 to $139 USD and are limited.

Each purchase comes with a free NFT mint.

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