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BeastBoyShub is from India
BeastBoyShub is male
BeastBoyShub created their account in 2015
BeastBoyShub is a Content Creator on YouTube

Hello fellas, BeastBoy here!

―BeastBoyShub's intro

Shubham Saini (Hindi: शुभम सैनी; born: April 30, 1997 (1997-04-30) [age 25]),[1][2] better known online as BeastBoyShub (or simply Shub), is an Indian gaming YouTube content creator and vlogger.

Personal Life

Shubham Saini was born in a village near Delhi[2], which, at present, comes under the Delhi NCT. He completed his school and college there. His father was a businessman and his mother was a housewife. He was raised alongside his younger sister Himanshi Saini. Going to a job every day, even during and after the lockdown imposed by the Government of India, his father developed symptoms like cough and fever. After a minor test, he was reported to be a patient of Typhoid. Although they followed the medicinal schedule for Typhoid, his symptoms only grew severe, until he was tested positive for COVID-19 after a few days. He was home-quarantined for a few days,[3] until he was tested negative for it the second time.[4]

Around the time when he had roughly 300 subscribers on YouTube, he realized he was not capable of the Bachelor of Technology stream at his college, and switched to pursue the Science stream. He had also done innumerable 6-month crash courses before his YouTube Career[5]. His parents and relatives lost faith in him, but he kept his trust in himself in his field.

Once he had enough subscribers on YouTube to sustain himself financially, he quit college and assisted in his father's business, maintaining YouTube as a part-time job. Later on, he chose YouTube as a full-time job, quitting the business occupation too. He states that his work has been entirely inspired by Swedish gaming YouTuber PewDiePie[6].


He got his first feature-phone when he was at twelfth standard, as well as his first TP-Link Wi-Fi router the very next year. He was extremely excited about it, as it was at this time that he became aware of what the internet actually was, and went on learning new skills and tools.

Finally, he found YouTube as a platform to express and share his views and talents with the world. So, he started uploading videos initially in the "roast" commentary genre. Unfortunately, he had to delete some of the first videos he made due to the immense amount of hate it brought him. He uploaded another high-quality roast video, but this time, it was removed due to a YouTube Copyright Strike because he used an anime he was not licensed to use. Thus, his channel began with a Copyright Strike.

He uploaded gaming videos next. His first video that was publicly available for the longest time was a "Friendship Day Special" video, which has since been unlisted from the channel. The first video to be publicly available to date is entitled "It's Just The Beginning :}". He did QNAs, vlogs, gaming, story-telling, and much more on his channel, many of which he still does to this day. At that time, he had a notion that applying swears on videos brings one more view, which was the reason behind his use of extreme vulgarity in his first videos. He made those videos private after he realized they were too vulgar. His first gaming video to remain publicly available is entitled, "CS:GO India Funny Moments #1".

He created a face-reveal video for the first time on 17 November 2016, which received much criticism due to the VGA camera quality. Among the viewers, it was a running gag that Shub would always be postponing his face-reveal saying "I need a new camera". He reached 1000 subscribers after a year and a half of launching the channel. He suffered from a lip infection at the time. He still posted a video stating how happy he was.

After a lot of tolerance and hard work, he reached 100,000 subscribers in June 2017, receiving his Silver Play Button a bit too late. After that, once his budget increased, he started playing paid games (although he continues to play free-to-play games). He also made a disstrack on "those who made diss-tracks". 



The Diss-Track

He reached one million subscribers at the beginning of 2019. He uploaded an unboxing video for the Golden Play Button too, which was soon deleted for unknown reasons.

He attended a 1v1 interview organized by 1Up Gaming in October 2019. He also attended the 1st YouTube Gaming Creators Summit at Los Angeles, California, United States, in November 2019. Again later the month, he attended and served as a delegate at the Pop-Up Chennai, a YouTube Gaming Creators workshop held in Chennai, Tamil Nadu (India). He created two of his own games named "BeastBoyShub Zombie Shooter" in which he set the highest score ever, and "BeastBoyShub Zombie Hunter". The games were played by gamers across continents. As of 2020, he has started live-streaming games like Fall Guys and Ghosts of Tsushima.

After uploading a video on May 17, 2021, Shub went on the 9 month-long hiatus, during which he uploaded a vlog on Shubhuuu. The first video on his main channel after the hiatus was uploaded on February 22, 2022 where he described his experience off YouTube through the past nine months.[7]


Counter Strike: Global Offensive

Counter Strike: Global Offensive (or abbreviated to CS:GO) is the first game played by Shub and still publicly available on the channel. Most of them, though were played by him, were meant to represent how "Indians play CS:GO and use illegal means to win". The titles revolved around the base "Indian on CS:GO" and the thumbnails had the Indian flag represented by memes. It is the most vulgar series on the channel, with one of the videos being privatized due to strong languages and profanity. Other videos include heavy swearing and sexually explicit images occasionally shown on memes, which includes "indirect" vulgarity. Thus, it is not too popular among his viewers. The series was stopped in December 2018, and the last video of it was the Battle Royale mode.


Shub had started playing PUBG early when his channel was new. He used too much offensive language, which started bringing him some hate. Thinking that his viewers did not like his PUBG Gameplay, he quit it completely (though he played it sometimes). But after 2019, he continued playing PUBG since he realized that his viewers brought hate only due to his negative swearing. His PUBG username was previously BeastBoyShub_YT and now, it is TheRealShub.


The first episode of the Minecraft series was uploaded on July 12, 2019. The world created by Shub in the episode was named "We Will Rise Again....." after he spoke some negative sentences. However, the world was deleted in the second episode due to too many holes created by creeper explosions. The new world in episode two was deleted in the third episode for the same reason. However, the world created in the third episode continued all the way up to episode 11, after which, Shub's Windows OS in his PC crashed, deleting his world.

Shub decided to continue the series and created a new world in episode 12 named "We Will Rise Again......", which relates to Shub's situation, then. This world continued till the last episode of the series, episode 35, in which, he stated that "If this video gets 100K likes, I will continue the series - be it in Hard or Hardcore mode". The goal was on its way to accomplishment, when suddenly in mid-May 2020, he announced that the goal has been halved to 50K, whose milestone marked the beginning of Season 2, in which he continues his Minecraft life, eventually planning to switch to the hard mode. He revealed his world seed once he ended the first series, the seed being 7409573513383032728

Season 2 of the series was started in 2020 which was mainly centered around the Nether Update, with Shub taking challenges like 'returning home alive from nether'.

Games Created

Zombie Shooter

In 2019, Shubham created his first-ever worldwide online leaderboard-based game "BeastBoyShub Zombie Shooter". It was a low-graded 2D Single TPP Shooter game in which the player had to shoot zombies that appear on the HUD. It was released by Shub on the website Withkoji. It was officially named @BeastBoyShub Zombie Shooter. You can play the game here.

Zombie Hunter

Later the following year, he created his second game, BeastBoyShub: The Zombie Hunter. It was also a worldwide leaderboard-based game. It was first released on Google Play Store in partnership with Diego Schirò.

The Logo Of BeastBoyShub: The Zombie Hunter

It was released on December 29, 2019.

Other Channels


RealShub was started in late 2019 after he realized he needed to learn English seriously.[8] He has said that he would seem more relevant if he had made a vlog in his local language, but nobody in his area speaks English, so he created his own English channel so that he can speak English and learn it all to himself. He thus started making vlogs in English. Though, when he speaks with his family members or some other person randomly, he is bound to speak Hindi or Haryanvi, but he still uses English subtitles in such situations.[9]


Shubhuuu was started in January 2020 with the original name "Shubhooo", since he was done vlogging in English and wanted to try out Hindi vlogging too. But the most rapid growth ever since his catchphrase "#Beast-Army" had begun was got by "Shubhooo". It gained 100,000 subscribers in four days. Though both his vlogging channels have above 100,000 subscribers, it is unconfirmed if he has received the Play Buttons for both the channels. However, he confirmed in his YouTube winter gift unboxing video that he has not placed his order for his Silver Play Button for RealShub yet.[10] Over time, this channel has got more active than RealShub, and along with that, surpassed the former one faster, since his viewers got themselves adapted to Hindi videos more than the English ones. In November 2020, the channel was renamed to "Shubhuuu".

Besides these channels, he also has a Google account with his real name but it does not have a YouTube channel.


  • Shubham is known to be pretty healthy and active.[11]
  • He studied in a government-based school during his childhood, and according to his interview with 1Up Gaming, he didn't like it.
  • He loves exploring and likes to ride with his Royal Enfield Bullet on deserted roads.
  • He also has a liking for anime.[12] Since the Los Angeles trip ruined his sleeping schedule,[13] he watches anime whenever he faces the problem of insomnia. This helps pass his time productivity.
  • His "first flight in his life" was when he flew to Los Angeles for the Gaming Creators Summit. After that, he realized he had motion sickness as well as altophobia (fear of heights)[14].
  • In December 2019, he shaved his hair off completely because of a problem he had with dandruff, which he posted about on his second channel[15].
    • His hair was later shown by him again after three months, on March 2020, on a Subnautica: Below Zero gameplay video.
  • During the "five-month no-shave challenge" he had taken from his friends, he created many vlogging videos on RealShub mentioning how he "hates his beard".[16] But he quit the challenge mid-way and started making regular videos again. It was during this time that he attended the interview with 1Up Gaming.
  • He is learning Japanese,[17] primarily because he thinks it is "badass", and secondarily, it is because he feels he can understand even undubbed Japanese anime series once he is fluent in it.
  • He is irritated when people put an extra "h" at the end of his channel name, and when the "h" from his real name is removed. Such was the case on a blog post by WikiOfCelebs.
  • His YouTube name "BeastBoy" is actually based on a Teen Titans character Beast Boy.


  • "Hey Fellas, BeastBoy here!" – Intro
  • *Plays mouth organ* - Occassional intro
  • "कति भसड़ मचा दी!" / "बेइज्जती!" – When he defeats someone in a game.
  • "मुझसे पंगा लेगा/लेगी?"
  • "तबाही!"
  • "बड़ा ही badass लग रहा हूँ मैं तो!"
  • "Creeper? Aww maaan!"
  • "भैंस की टैंट!"
  • "गुत्ति तोड़ दूँगा तेरी"
  • "बावले!"
  • "Konnichiwa fellas, BeastBoy here!"
  • "See? I didn't do anything. I used my big brain."
  • "गधेड़े इंसान!"
  • "कोई फाल्तू नहीं बोलेगा।"



  1. I am 23 Yrs Old Now (Hindi) (Video). “It's April 30 today, and lockdown ends on May 3”
  2. 2.0 2.1 BeastBoyShub Secrets Exposed! (Hindi) (Video). “Nope, my Birthday is in April”
  3. BeastBoyShub on Twitter: "My father’s recovery is going well, today’s situation is a lot better compared to all the previous days."
  4. BeastBoyShub on Twitter: "So my father was in the hospital from these past 2 days because of low Spo2 level."
  5. 1v1 with BeastBoyShub (Hindi) (Video). 1Up Gaming. “I caught all the stupid 6-month courses”
  6. BeastBoyShub on Popular YouTube Channels - 1Up Gaming (Hindi) (Video). 1Up Gaming. “PewDiePie was my inspiration; he will be my inspiration”
  7. Have I Been? FUR9TsEYOIg — BeastBoyShub (YouTube). 2022-02-22
  8. The New Me? #NoRegrets (English). BeastBoyShub (YouTube) (July 22, 2019).
  9. Inside My Martial Arts Classroom (Hindi/English CC) (July 24, 2019).
  10. YouTube Sent me a Gift..... (English) (December 22, 2019).
  11. A Motorcycle Ride With Me?.
  12. My Favorite Anime List (English). YouTube (January 23, 2020).
  13. Making Pulao in the middle of the night.... (English). YouTube (November 12, 2019).
  14. USA , CALIFORNIA VLOG (Hindi). YouTube (November 4, 2019).
  15. I Shaved My Head..... (English). YouTube (December 3, 2019).
  16. A Motorcycle Ride With Me?. “I'd like to mention, I hate my beard.”
  17. 24 Hour No Food, No PC, No Phone, No Games Challenge. “I learn Japanese. It's strong; badass.”