According to the USHRA in 2004 season more than 2.5 million people attended these events.
Because of the large number of events and massive popularity of the series, the list of trucks competing in the series is the longest of any promoter. The most popular trucks, which are usually featured on the television show, come from three primary groups: Trucks (or names) which are owned by Feld (such as Grave Digger and Batman), independents or "privateers" (such as Gun Slinger and Avenger), and "corporate privateers" which are independently owned but sponsored by major companies (such as Bounty Hunter, sponsored by CSK Auto, and T-Maxx, sponsored by AMSoil). Live Nation's ownership of several of the most popular trucks often leads to allegations of favoritism, although they maintain that events are run fairly.
|2000||Goldberg (Tom Meents)||Grave Digger (Dennis Anderson)|
|2001||Goldberg (Tom Meents)||Goldberg (Tom Meents)|
|2002||Team Meents (Tom Meents)||Team Meents (Tom Meents)|
|2003||Wolverine (Brian Barthel)||Avenger (Jim Koehler)|
|2004||Grave Digger (Dennis Anderson)||Maximum Destruction (Tom Meents), Madusa (Debra Micelli), El Toro Loco (Lupe Soza)|
|2005||Madusa (Debra Micelli)||Bounty Hunter (Jimmy Creten)|
|2006||Grave Digger (Dennis Anderson)||Maximum Destruction (Tom Meents)|
|2007||Batman (John Seasock)||Captain's Curse (Pablo Huffaker)|
|2008||Batman (John Seasock)||Taz (Adam Anderson)|
Three officially licensed Monster Jam video games have been produced. The first two, Monster Jam: Maximum Destruction, a vehicular combat game, and Monster 4x4: Masters of Metal, an arcade racing game, were published by Ubisoft. The third, titled simply Monster Jam, was released by Activision on November 13, 2007, and a sequel to it called Monster Jam: Urban Assault is to be released in Fall of 2008.
The Monster Jam license is also held by Kurt Adler , American Greetings, Birthday Express