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Gaming YouTubers, such as one of the main ones, PewDiePie, JacksepticeyeMarkiplier and DanTDM, are YouTubers who play video games. Gaming YouTubers are on the top of the most popular kinds of users on YouTube. PewDiePie is currently in the lead with over 65.6 million subscribers.

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PewDiePie, the leading user on YouTube with over 66 million subscribers as of September, 2018.

Types of Gaming YouTubers

There are many kinds of gaming YouTubers, by the following list:

Average Gaming YouTubers

The YouTubers who do average gaming, such as Markiplier, PewDiePie, and Jacksepticeye, are users who just play video games in general, and are not focused on any certain game.

Minecraft YouTubers

Minecraft YouTubers are some of the most popular gaming YouTubers, such as DanTDM, who currently has over 20.1 million subscribers. There are also a lot more, such as PopularMMOs, stampylonghead and SSundee. Minecraft YouTubers are estimated to take up more than 30% of Gaming YouTube in general.

FIFA YouTubers

FIFA is a very popular game to play throughout YouTube, and YouTuber KSI is in the lead of the most popular FIFA YouTubers, with over 19.5 million subscribers.

Gmod YouTubers

Garry's Mod YouTubers are found to be very common, almost as common as Minecraft YouTubers. Some of these GMod YouTubers contain VanossGamingJelly and Plexiate.

Five Nights at Freddy's YouTubers

There are not very many POPULAR FNAF gaming YouTubers, but Yamimash, with one million subscribers, is in the lead. Some FNAF YouTubers (since 2015 past) are leaving the fandom. xxProClassGamerxx, however, left the fandom around when the teaser FNAF3 came out.

Fortnite YouTubers

Fortnite is an extremely popular game around the world, so YouTubers that specifically play the game have become some of the fastest growing channels on YouTube. Ninja, a Fortnite streamer and commentator, is the most popular with over 17.4 million subscribers, and has become one of the fastest growing channels recently, gaining 1.4 million new subscribers in the past month. Other Fortnite YouTubers include Ali-A, Willyrex and Muselk.   

Popular Games to Play on Gaming Channels

  • Minecraft
  • FIFA
  • Garry's Mod
  • Turbo Dismount
  • Happy Wheels
  • Grand Theft Auto V
  • Mortal Kombat X
  • Five Nights at Freddy's
  • Hitman
  • Star Wars: Battefront
  • Little Big Planet
  • Terraria
  • Undertale
  • Super Mario Maker
  • Slither.io
  • Agar.io
  • Deip.io
  • Roblox
  • Henry Stickman Series
  • Super Mario Odyssey
  • Getting Over It with Bennett Foddy
  • Baldi’s Basics in Education and Learning
  • Doki Doki Literature Club
  • Fortnite
  • Detroit: Become Human

Most Subscribed Gaming YouTubers

This is a list of the top 50 most subscribed Gaming YouTubers (Updated October 1, 2018). This list will not include the YouTube-owned channels.

Rank Channel Subscribers
1 PewDiePie 66,584,654
2 elrubiusOMG 31,323,551
3 Fernanfloo 29,795,613
4 JuegaGerman 29,355,122
5 VEGETTA777 24,092,079
6 VanossGaming 23,667,295
7 Markiplier 21,917,123
8 jacksepticeye 20,459,073
9 DanTDM 20,336,030
10 KSI 19,693,700
11 rezendeevil 19,665,010
12 Ninja 18,565,383
13 PopularMMOs 15,467,242
14 AuthenticGames 15,213,645
15 Ali-A 15,141,735
16 TheWillyrex 14,712,947
17 EeOneGuy 13,368,456
18 W2S 13,146,586
19 Clash of Clans 12,992,729
20 Willyrex 12,650,278
21 Machinima 12,451,155
22 SSSniperWolf 11,979,207
23 SQUEEZIE 11,581,120
24 AM3NlC 11,548,342
25 H2ODelirious 11,205,748
26 The Game Theorists 11,187,623
27 iTownGamePlay 10,828,168
28 IGN 10,812,759
29 AuronPlay 10,339,321
30 TazerCraft 10,327,037
31 FaZe Rug 10,164,660
32 CaptainSparklez 10,001,982
33 TheSyndicateProject 9,942,390
34 Deji 9,720,496
35 Rooster Teeth 9,556,628
36 theRadBrad 9,426,392
37 SSundee 9,365,159
38 Makiman131 9,287,958
39 League of Legends 9,233,008
40 Jelly 9,070,480
41 Kwebbelkop 9,036,720
42 stampylonghead 9,035,592
43 Coisa de Nerd 8,711,940
44 Enes Batur 8,543,775
45 luzugames 8,361,126
46 FGTeeV 8,185,410
47 ZarcortGame 8,003,786
48 DaniRep 7,967,253
49 TheBrianMaps 7,951,375
50 TheGrefg 7,921,464

Trivia

Gaming has its own YouTube channel.