Geosquare plays video games
 
Geosquare is male
 
Geosquare created their account in 2014
 
Geosquare is a Content Creator on YouTube

Geosquare (born: December 28, 2000 (2000-12-28) [age 20])[2] is a Minecraft speedrunning related, seed finding channel and the former head moderator of Minecraft Java Edition speedrunning team. There are videos relating to different challenges in Minecraft. There are various community posts with many different opinion polls, and some community members have submitted fanart to the channel.

The about page mentions the idea of shifting through seeds which means that there is either a program or human is going through various different seeds which corresponds to world generation in Minecraft. The seeds could relate to world records and finding the tallest naturally sponsored cactus, and there are various April fools pranks video which are in the playlist.

The videos feature post-commentary showing footage related to the topic such as screenshot and videos, and there was claim of a world-record breaking video.

His most popular video is "Did Dream Fake His Speedruns - Official Moderator Analysis?". In the video he explains why the moderation team had Dream's speedrun removed off speedrun.com and why Dream most likely cheated on his speedruns. The video generated much drama, with Dream stating that Geosquare used his name to clickbait and to get easy views,[3] despite the fact that Geosquare disabled monetization on his full channel. This resulted in a response from Dream where he hired a Professor to do the math on his side, due to him not being good with maths himself. Even with that video, the odds were still against him. Dream's fanbase continued to badmouth Geosquare for the followings months, something that peaked when Geosquare became aware of (now proven wrong)rumors about Dream having said the n-word, talking about it in an alternate account on Twitter which has since been deleted.

On April 4th 2021, he announced in the official Minecraft Speedrun discord server that he is retiring as a speedrun.com moderator after a long run on the leaderboards, possibly because of the negative energy brought by the Drama mentioned above.

on May 30th, Dream admitted on his Twitter account that he had accidentally cheated on his speedruns by using a mod meant for his main videos, in a pastebin he apologized to the Minecraft Speedrun moderators for the drama and said that they were "mostly right".

Subscriber Milestones

  • 500 subscribers: January 3, 2018[4]
  • 1,000 subscribers: September 7, 2018[5]
  • 2,000 subscribers: January 13, 2019[6]
  • 10,000 subscribers: December 22, 2019[7]
  • 20,000 subscribers: April 20, 2020[8]
  • 50,000 subscribers: May 27, 2020[9]
  • 100,000 subscribers: July 18, 2020[10]

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