Ever since its inception in 2005, YouTube has transformed into one of the most popular media streaming platforms. Today, it has become a one-stop-shop to watch online videos from almost all fields. Yes, you can watch any type of video on the website, no matter if it’s a movie, a TV show, a web-series, or any fun clip. You can even watch gameplays of popular games online. There are a plenty of YouTube Gaming channels that post a variety of video content related to games every now and then.
In this post, we’ll discuss a list of 10 such YouTube Gaming channels that you must subscribe right now:
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Best YouTube Gaming channels
Owned by Swedish comedian and Video Producer Felix Arvid Ulf Kleinberg, PewDiePie is proudly shining like a star in the YouTube universe. The channel is quite popular for its Let’s Play videos that focus mainly on horror-themed and flash games. They have even started a YouTube red series by the name Scare PewDiePie.
With the courtesy of Felix Kleinberg’s funny expressions and a variety of content the channel offers, PewDiePie has succeeded in establishing a decent userbase. Over 50 mn people have subscribed to the YouTube channel by now.
KSI is well known for its funny gameplay commentaries of famous games FIFA and Grand Theft Auto. Their irresistible sense of humor and funny dialogues has earned them a lot of popularity. Over 13 mn users have subscribed to the YouTube channel till date.
KSI has also started posting videos on pranks and comical skits, however, gaming still remains their niche.
3. The Syndicate Project
The Syndicate Project was created in 2010. They initially used to post Let’s Play videos of games like Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 and Halo. However, soon they expanded their reach and started posting Reaction videos, Unboxing videos of FPS games, and Real-time adventure videos as well. Today, The Syndicate Project ranks among one of the best YouTube Gaming channels. It has over 9.7 bn subscribers worldwide.
4. Captain Sparklez
Captain Sparklez’s major success comes from its Minecraft Machinimas (especially the ones that cover pop songs using the game). The YouTube channel also posts Let’s Play videos of various games but they’re not as popular as the Machinimas.
The YouTube channel has successfully grabbed the attention of over 9.4 mn subscribers.
SeaNanners mainly posts videos related to FPS (first-person shooter) games like Call of Duty, third-person games like Grand Theft Auto, and strategy games like Minecraft. Also, they occasionally post YouTube videos with other YouTube Gaming channels like Captain Sparklez and PewDiePie.
Over 5 mn people have subscribed to the Gaming YouTube channel.
6. Sky Does Minecraft
As the name suggests, SkyDoes Minecraft focuses entirely on the popular game Minecraft. So you can find every type of content related to the game on YouTube channel ranging from Machinimas and Let’s Play videos to Role playing.
7. Vanoss Gaming
Vanoss Gaming is well known for posting Let’s play videos from popular games and game videos that feature funny moments. The YouTube channel is so popular that its creator Evan Fong was nominated for Trending Gamer of the Year award in 2014.
8. Toby Games
Founded by notable blogger and comedian Toby Turner, Toby Games is a well-known YouTube Gaming Channel. Let’s Play videos of popular games played by Toby are very famous and over 6.9 mn people have subscribed to the channel.
Apart from Toby Games, Toby Turner owns two more YouTube channels by names TobyTurner and Tobuscus and they are equally popular.
Smosh features a diverse range of video content related to games such as Let’s Play videos, Reactions, Reviews, Honest Game trailers, Machinimas, and much more. Perhaps, that’s reason the YouTube channel is very popular among fans.
Morkiplier is famous for posting a variety of video content such as Comedy sketches, Machinimas, and Let’s Play videos of survival horror and action video games.
With over 11 mn dedicated subscribers, Morkiplier ranks among the most popular YouTube Gaming channels at present.