At the age of just 22, Kelly Fitzsimons is already building towards making her first 'Minecraft' million.
The YouTube sensation is one of the highest earning 20-somethings in the country after paying herself almost €350,000 last year.
New accounts show Ms Fitzsimons last year paid herself €348,787 from her successful YouTube channel 'Little Kelly Minecraft'.
The YouTube content creator only set up her channel in June 2015, but after three years it now boasts 2.4 million subscribers.
A native of Ashbourne, Co Meath, Ms Fitzsimons - who turns 23 tomorrow - posts daily child-friendly videos on her latest 'Minecraft' adventures.
The channel's popularity is growing at a rapid rate.
She is the younger sister of 'Minecraft millionaires' Scott and Ryan Fitzsimons, who shared a pay pot of €2m in 2016 from their own YouTube earnings from their 'Minecraft' channel.
During the past 26 months, Ms Fitzsimons's channel has recorded 1.34 billion views.
The second set of accounts filed for the Kelly Fitzsimons firm, Kelfit Entertainment Ltd, shows that Ms Fitzsimons is converting the channel's soaring popularity into cash.
The accounts show Ms Fitzsimons paid herself €348,787 in 2017 made up of remuneration of €288,787 and pension contributions of €60,000.
This followed pay of €475,058 in 2016, made up of remuneration of €455,058 and pension contributions of €20,000.