SPORTS Illustrated model Olivia Dunne has revealed how much she made from a single NIL deal.
The 20-year-old Louisiana gymnast is one of the most lucrative collegiate athletes in the country.
Dunne has built an army of online fans totaling over 12 million across Instagram and TikTok.
This has made her a magnet for name, image and likeness deals, leading to Livvy becoming a millionaire while still in college.
It is estimated that she brings in US$3.3 million annually through her numerous NIL sponsorships.
These include deals with activewear brand Vuori, Home Depot, American Eagle Outfitter and herbal supplement company PlantFuel.
Dunne recently made her debut as an SI swimsuit model in the May issue of the cult magazine.
And now she’s opening up about the extraordinary amount she’s made from an unnamed sponsor.
In conversation with the Full broadcast podcastDunne was asked what her “biggest bag” was for a “single brand deal.”
She replied, “I usually never talk about money.”
“What I love about certain brands is entering into a long-term brand deal.”
“Those are probably the best because you’re building a relationship with the brand.”
“I would say it’s more than six figures.”
And when asked if the figure was “over $500,000,” Livvy replied, “Yes. I am very lucky To me, that’s just crazy.”
While according to a report by BetspertsDunne’s Instagram posts could fetch her between $32,000 and $43,000 apiece.
Livvy is expected to begin her senior year at Louisiana State in the fall.
Recently, she was in the stands supporting the LSU Tigers baseball team as they won the College World Series.
And she completed her first ever NASCAR race, impressing in the paddock in front of the Ally 400 in Nashville, Tennessee.