Gaming YouTubers You Should be Subscribed to

Gaming YouTubers You Should be Subscribed to

Gaming YouTubers You Should be Subscribed to

Over the past few years, Gaming YouTubers have soared to the top in popularity. But why? Why would anyone want to watch someone play a game? How we see it is we’re sharing an experience with many others, not to mention, Let’s Play videos are a great way to find out how to play for the optimal gamplay experience! Check out our list of gaming YouTubers you should be subscribed to:

VanossGaming (24.9M Subscribers)

Gaming YouTubers You Should be Subscribed to

Most popular video: GMod Sandbox – The Toys Escape! (55M views)

From Toronto, Canada, Evan Fong is one of the biggest stars in the YouTube gaming community right now! Fong doesn’t have a specific genre of games he likes to play but has done a fair few videos on Grand Theft Auto and Call of Duty.

Jacksepticeye (23.2M Subscribers)

Gaming YouTubers You Should be Subscribed to

Most popular video: ALL THE WAY – Jacksepticeye Songify Remix by Schmoyoho (82M views)

Described as YouTube’s most energetic gamer on YouTube, Sean William McLoughlin started by creating Let’s Play gaming videos in 2012 and only a year later got a shoutout from Pewdiepie that got him over 10k new subscribers. His most enjoyed videos are when he plays silly games that don’t make any sense.

DanTDM (22.3M Subscribers)

Gaming YouTubers You Should be Subscribed to

Most popular video: HOW I MET DR TRAYAURUS | Minecraft (49M views)

Originally starting uploading Minecraft games, DanTDM soon moved onto others like Roblox. Although Dan Middleton appeals to a much younger audience, his content can be enjoyed by many!

The Game Theorists (12.3M Subscribers)

Gaming YouTubers You Should be Subscribed to

Most popular video: Can Gamers SURVIVE the Real Mirror’s Edge? – Game Lab (47M views)

Different from most gaming YouTubers out there, Matthew Patrick (aka The Game Theorists) posts educational and cultural videos about the most loved video games. If you’re super nerdy when it comes to video games like us, then this is a channel you NEED to subscribe to!

Game Grumps (5.2M Subscribers)

Gaming YouTubers You Should be Subscribed to

Most popular video: Good Game – OFFICIAL TRAILER! (17M views)

A comedy game series that consists of episodes surrounding the lives of two hosts that are playing a video game, stating their opinions on it and more. This is a slightly different take to game reviewing as the creators don’t show their faces!

Markiplier (24.8M Subscribers)

Gaming YouTubers You Should be Subscribed to

Most popular video: WARNING: SCARIEST GAME IN YEARS | Five Nights at Freddy’s – Part 1 (78M views)

Markiplier, aka Mark Fischbach, is known for his entertaining commentary during his Let’s Play videos. He loves to swear a lot in his videos so if that isn’t your things, it’s best to avoid, but we can’t get enough!

PopularMMOs (16.9M Subscribers)

Gaming YouTubers You Should be Subscribed to

Most popular video: Minecraft: MORE TNT MOD (35 TNT EXPLOSIVES AND DYNAMITE!) TOO MUCH TNT Mod Showcase (55M views)

Patrick Brown, who runs PopularMMOs, focuses on Minecraft Mob Battles, Let’s Play videos in epic mode, Arena Battles, and Minecraft Modes Vs Maps videos.

CaptainSparklez (1o.7M Subscribers)

Gaming YouTubers You Should be Subscribed to

Most popular video: “Revenge” – A Minecraft Parody of Usher’s DJ Got Us Fallin’ In Love (Music Video) (222M views)

Mostly uploading Minecraft videos, Jordan Maron has been running his YouTube channel, CaptainSparklez since 2010. On top of his Minecraft videos, he also uploads animations and mod and command block reviews.

H20Delirious (12.1M Subscribers)

Gaming YouTubers You Should be Subscribed to

Most popular video: DELIRIOUS ARMY – Animated Music Video! By The Spaceman Chaos (16M views)

By staying anonymous for over a decade, Jonathan Smith has uploaded Let’s Play videos on Fallout 4, Hitman, Fortnite, Grand Theft Auto and more. His channel was created in 2007 and is thought to have one of the oldest gaming channels on YouTube.

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