Any topic or specialty on YouTube and other social media platforms may help you make significant money just by posting your films and disseminating them to a global audience. Every view is important, every like is valuable, and every sharing increases traffic.
Our online community has experienced a lot of pleasure and excitement thanks to online gaming. Influencers are occasionally earning more money as the popularity of online communities and games grows. How does it function?
Here is a list of the top gaming YouTubers along with information about their beginnings:
A soldier from Hawaii who goes by the name Markiplier left his engineering program in college to pursue a career as a YouTube gaming pundit. His horror-focused videos have received over 7 billion views in the past five years. His ultimate metric of crossover achievement? In 2016, he signed a contract with major agency William Morris Endeavor.
The top-paid YouTube influencer in the world in 2016 is a person who goes by the name PewDiePie. If not for the nine films the Swedish player released at the beginning of 2017 that feature Nazi iconography, he would have won the Gaming category. His multi-channel network partner, Maker Studios, a division of Disney, terminated relations with him. Additionally, he was expelled from Google Preferred and YouTube Red. While his reputation is damaged, he still earns millions from YouTube advertisements alone.
He dropped out of the University of Pennsylvania to focus solely on his online profession as VanossGaming, a person of Canadian descent. On his YouTube Channel, he converses and cracks jokes with his friends and coworkers while playing games like Call of Duty or Grand Theft Auto. In 2016, he started lending his voice to a character in the YouTube Red cartoon series “Paranormal Action Squad.”
She started live-streaming on the gaming website twitch in 2013 under the alias Omgitsfirefoxx. She uploads highlights to YouTube, where she immediately gathered a sizable fan base that helped her land collaborations with companies like Audi, Syfy, and Intel.
A YouTube celebrity with British roots who specializes in Call of Duty gaming videos and dabbles in cosplay and anime is known as Lia Wolf. She had partnered with companies like Activision, EA, Ubisoft, and Disney thanks to her over 5 million subscribers and followers. She explained, “I wanted to show that girls can play and be good at video games too.”
Sean McLoughlin is the man’s actual name. He joined YouTube in 2012 and began posting regularly in 2013. He is most well-known for his animated and entertaining comments. He is affiliated with Revelmode, a division of Disney’s Maker Studios, and has over 7.2 billion views on his videos.
Professional gamer Daniel Middleton is also known online as DanTDM or The Diamond Minecraft. His expertise with the well-liked family game Minecraft and his fan base earned him a Guinness World Record in 2016 for accumulating the most views on a channel only dedicated to the game, which was 7.9 billion at the time.
Tom Cassell, a seasoned gamer who became the first person in 2014 to gain 1 million followers on the live-streaming website Twitch. Since then, his YouTube channel has gained more than 10 million subscribers as a result of his playthroughs of popular video game series like Halo and Call of Duty. Along with Sonja Reid and Evan Fong, other list members who are currently under his contract are 3BlackDot, a gaming influencer agency.
At 24 years old, YouTube veteran Adam Dahlberg. More than a decade after beginning as a voice actor for gaming videos in 2006, his primary channel now focuses on the popular kid-friendly game, Minecraft. He claimed to have over 11 million followers, and he now distributes items to fans including posters and pillows through partnerships with Amazon, Netflix, and Nintendo.
Up until the beginning of 2017, AtomicMari was the sole female contributor to the wildly successful YouTube channel Smosh Games. She plays the lead role in Maricraft, a miniseries centered on Minecraft gaming. The once trained ballerina began presenting her Smosh Pit Weekly in 2010. She now has a following on social media of over 2 million people, and in 2016, she participated as a cast member in the 33rd season of the CBS television show “Survivor.”
Simply by playing and discussing video games, these YouTubers earn millions each year.