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In YouTube and other social media platforms, some niche and topic can make you earn big profits just by uploading your videos and sharing it with the world. Each view counts, all are worth a penny and each share is a traffic booster.
Online games have brought a lot of fun and excitement to our online community. As online gambling and online environments increase from time to time, influencers are increasingly affecting profits as well. How does it work?
Here is a list of Top Gaming Influencers on YouTube and how they started:
Known as Markiplier, a Hawaii-born army of college, where he studied technology, released his career as a YouTube game commentator. Specializing in the horror genre, his video clips have been reviewed 7 billion times in five years. His ultimate sign of crossover success? He signed an agreement with the mega agency William Morris Endeavor in 2016.
Known as PewDiePie is the world's highest paid YouTube Influencer 2016. The Swedish player would have topped the game category if it was published in early 2017, which contains Nazi images. Maker Studios, a subsidiary of Disney who is also his multi-channel network partner, differs from him. He was also launched from YouTube's red platform and Google Preferred program. He continues to make millions from YouTube ads alone while his brand is tarnished.
A Canadian-born was also known as VanossGaming, to pursue his online career, he released from the University of Pennsylvania. He chats and jokes with his friends and co-workers while playing games like Call of Duty or Grand Theft Auto on his YouTube channel. He began to express a character in the adult cartoon series "Paranormal Action Squad" for YouTube Red in 2016.
Also known as Omgitsfirefoxx, she began to live streaming on gaming platform jersey 2013. She highlights YouTube highlights where she quickly gathered an impressive success that had led to partnerships with brands such as Audi, Syfy and Intel.
A British-born YouTube influenza is also known as Lia Wolf who specializes in Call of Duty gameplay videos, also dabbles in cosplay and anime. With her over 5 million subscribers and supporters, it led her to partnership with likes like Activision, EA, Ubisoft and Disney. She said, "I wanted to show that girls can play and be good at video games too."
His real name is Sean McLoughlin. He first went to YouTube in 2012 and then started posting daily in 2013. He is best known for his energetic and fun commentary. With his videos that have become visible over 7.2 billion times, he has signed with Revelmode, a sub-network of Disney Studios Studios.
Daniel Middleton is a professional player known online as DanTDM or The Diamond Minecraft. His mastery of popular family-friendly games Minecraft and his successor had set him the Guinness World Record in 2016 to gather most views for a dedicated Minecraft channel, which is 7.9 billion then.
Tom Cassell, the long-standing gamer who was the first person to hit 1 million followers on the live streaming platform Twitch is back in 2014. Since then, he has received more than 10 million YouTube subscribers for his playthroughs of game franchises such as Halo and Call of Duty. He is now signed to 3BlackDot's gaming agency with his co-workers Sonja Reid and Evan Fong.
Adam Dahlberg, a YouTube veteran at age 24. He started as a voice actor for video games back in 2006 and more than a decade was his main channel focused on the beaten child-friendly game Minecraft. He boasted over 11 million subscribers and he has now collaborated with Amazon, Netflix and Nintendo and selling products to fans such as posters and pillows.
AtomicMari was the only female member in the mega-popular YouTube channel, Smosh Games, until early 2017. She is in Maricraft, a sub-series focusing on Minecraft games. The former professional ballerina hosted his Smosh Pit Weekly road back in 2010. Now she has a social audience of over 2 million and in 2016 she competed as a cast member in the 33rd season of CBS hit called Survivor. & # 39;
These Youtubers make millions a year by just playing and telling video games.