Gaming Fr MaleIcon 2018 YouTuber

Vincent (born: August 3, 2001 (2001-08-03) [age 18]), better known online as a6d, is a French YouTuber, mainly consisting of videos and live streams about Minecraft. He was part of another channel called "The Trio", which he collaborated with other YouTubers like Skeppy and BadBoyHalo.

His first video, “Hello bonjour welcome,” was uploaded on November 27, 2018. It is a 12-second video in French where he proves the channel belongs to him. Afterward, he started uploading Minecraft content with Skeppy and BadBoyHalo. Recently though, his content has drifted away from just Minecraft videos and he now does more stuff, such as creating songs on FL Studio or creating a bot to answer his Twitter followers.


In 2017, a6d created an illegal streaming website called ARTV for a few friends who couldn't watch French TV which ended up getting popular. A6d monetized the website due to its popularity. During this time is when a6d met Skeppy. After a while, it ended up with police at a6d's house in Eysines, Bordeaux, France, on December 6, 2017. His phone and computer were taken away by the police in January 2019, and he still has not been faced with judgement, but he risks a fine of over 300,000 euros and 3 years in prison. Since Vincent hadn't got his computer or phone given back to him, he had to buy a new phone and computer. To this day, Vincent has still not received his property back from the police. Therefore, now he dislikes the police.

Web Radio Stations


OnlyHitUS is a web radio station that is distributed on a shoutcast server[1] (After October 31, OnlyHitUS is now hosted on Streemlion) that is towards French and US music. OnlyHitUS is available on Twitch, the website, and on the Android app. The station also has a YouTube channel, which mainly has the Weirdest Talk Show with BadBoyHalo , Vincent, and an another guest.

OnlyHit (also known as OnlyHITFR)

OnlyHit was a web radio station made by a6d with a free service, called Radionomy, created long before OnlyHitUS. This web radio station started the sub-genre of web radio stations under the OnlyHit name. a6d created radio stations like OnlyHit Gold, OnlyHit J-Music. OnlyHit, OnlyHit Gold were towards 70s, 80s and old Pop Music. None of these were able to be played in the US due to the licensing. On October 31, 2019, OnlyHit was merged to OnlyHitUS. OnlyHit Gold and OnlyHit J-Music were now able to be played in the US.

OnlyHit Gold, OnlyHit J-Music

Both, OnlyHitGold and J-Music are both web radio stations that were originally made using radionomy that came out of the start of the OnlyHit sub-genre. Both were not available to be played in the US, due to their licencing. OnlyHit Gold was about the 70s, 80s, 90s and Pop Rock music. OnlyHit J-Music is about Japanese Music. After October 2019, both OnlyHit Gold and J-Music became available worldwide, and got onto the OnlyHitUS website.

Minecraft Servers


SakuraMC is a Minecraft server that a6d made. A6d would live stream on SakuraMC, a lot of people would join, then the server lags out. The server has gone through many variations. A6d ended up killing the server around the time when a6d made his own copy of InvadedLands. During a6d's "4 Hours to Create a Minecraft Server" video, a6d created a new server with the SakuraMC name. The server is still up, and the IP is "".


OutvadedLands is a Minecraft server that a6d made for fun. A6d copied all plugins and maps from the InvadedLands Minecraft server, a server by Skeppy, and made a few changes to the map and config. Nobody knows how a6d copied all the plugins and maps but some say that it is because Zelk, an InvadedLands admin, helped a6d make OutvadedLands. The IP is "", but a6d has since taken down the server. A6d used the servers donations as a help to go to VidCon 2019 California. People who bought ranks were not refunded as some of the Skeppy video's he has done with a6d were. A6d ended up making enough money to fly out (14 hours) to California to Vidcon 2019.

The Billboard Squad

The Billboard Squad is a Minecraft server that a6d advertised using electronic billboards all over the United States. It was a Minecraft Server that was set to open for people to join on Jan 11, 3 PM EST. After he bought the billboards, a6d asked his fans on Twitter to find the billboards he bought. After a while, random people not in a6d's community started seeing the billboard and posting tweets about it. One of them posted an image of the billboard which had the IP address of the Minecraft Server in the image on twitter. A6d posted that image on Reddit twice. Both of them got removed but a lot of people saw it. A6d made a video about it all. The server is currently used as a survival server for SakuraMC.

Fallen Hosting

Fallen Hosting was a hosting company, owned by Timon Durand. Timon ran Fallen Hosting, while a6d was advertising Fallen Hosting. It had Minecraft Server hosting, Bot hosting (Discord bots, etc.), dedicated servers and VPSes. However sadly, on November 8, 2019, the company announced it's closure and filed for bankruptcy. The cause of this was originally unknown, but later officially confirmed that the downfall of the company was due to the debt accumulated from releasing a Free Minecraft Server Hosting tier just a month earlier. The original tweet has since been deleted, but you can find an archived version here. One of the management started a GoFundMe page in an attempt to "invalidate the debt with Fallen.Host but still provide the same services and reliability with the new company" His attempt was successful, spawning a new hosting company named Xonos Hosting. The company has so far been smooth sailing.


Minecraft Monday

A6d has gotten into some drama in his time ranging from the Minecraft Monday drama. A6d was kicked from Minecraft Monday Week 11 2 hours before the event began due to the strict viewership condition. In response to Keemstar's action, all the members in The Trio left Minecraft Monday along with a few other YouTubers, all of them being associated with a6d and The Trio. Many see this as the turning point of the event, and Minecraft Monday has since then been on a downfall and has only recently announced Season 2. His most viewed video him talking about Keemstar being a total disorganized jerk, and kicking players from the Minecraft Monday event two hours before it even started. In Keemstar's defense, he said that he must follow and execute his rules strictly in the fear that if there was a first time rulebreaker then there must be a second one, and Minecraft Monday will lose its influence if the viewership regulation is not carried out successfully. However, a6d pointed out that changing the player list right before the event started will massively effect the player's performance and is completely unfair to the players' audience and fans who are already excited for the event.

Play Button & Join Button

A6d was denied his YouTube 100k Play Button and didn't get a response from YouTube about his join button for his channel. A6d ended up getting a 100k Play Button and his join button in the end.

Subscriber Milestones

Note: The following dates are according to SocialBlade. Dates may vary by ~1 day (2 days if you live outside of North America) due to differences in time zones.

  • 100,000 subscribers: August 15, 2019
  • 150,000 subscribers: October 10, 2019
  • 200,000 subscribers: November 25, 2019
  • 250,000 subscribers: April 2, 2020
  • 300,000 subscribers: May 30, 2020


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  • In a live stream where he was hoping to see himself hit 100K, he revealed that a6d was originally an alternative account for himself.
  • From July to August 2019, he gained over 50K subscribers just from Skeppy's channel's blow up.
  • He originally appeared in a video of Skeppy's where he invited him into his server.
  • He loves to help Skeppy troll BadBoyHalo.
  • He loves to play both sides on either of them for trolling.
  • His favorite color is red.
  • He has a cat named Ian, which has its own YouTube channel.
  • OnlyHit has more non-US listeners than US based ones [2]



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