He Made $20k a Month Playing UNO | How to Make MONEY as a Kid WOW.. OMG!!! Gaming 2019 2 months ago

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In this video, I will discuss how Mini Ladd made $20k a month playing UNO.

UNO is a very coming card game among adults and kids alike. Everyone at some point or time in their life has played uno with friends. Anyone can enjoy a great uno card game.

But I must admit I would have never thought the simple uno game can make you money. I know that statement peaked your interest and if you never played uno before you now want to know how to play uno.

Now you can go online and monetize your play with uno multiplayer. With that being said it is already one of best card games ever. LOL

It is one of the great card games for kids also and a great way how to make money as a kid.

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