|“||Hey guys, it's me... Vinner||”|
Viktoria "Tori" (born: April 18, 2007YouTube animator and video game streamer. She is known for collaborating with many different animators and creating various experimental projects such as TransnistriaRP, gang gang SMP and various private ones.), better known online as I am Vinner, is a Russian
In 2015, Vinner started making Minecraft command block and scripting tutorials in the Russian Minecraft community. After that she started a new channel where she recorded commentaries while playing Hypixel Bedwars in the background.
Deceit and new channel
After her new channel got banned for violating YouTube's community guidelines (not so long after hitting 2k subscribers) she moved to a different game called Deceit. She recorded gameplay, bug hunt and commentary videos on her new YouTube channel. After getting a lot of hate from the community of that game she abandoned her channel and moved back to Minecraft.
After suffering because of a lack of ideas for content she discovered the Countryhumans fandom and moved to this community and to a new language. After not receiving hate she decided to stay in that fandom and make videos pointed at the English speaking audience. She became friends with a lot of creators.
TransnistriaRP was a Minecraft roleplay server project created by Vinner. This server was similar to the Dream SMP. The most notable players of the server included Moony, WinterBirdi, simpleangelx, Laertive, unlikelydotorg and many more. The server's lore went around a country called "Transnistria" being at war with a country named "Moldova". Only 2 episodes of the series were uploaded to Vinner's channel until the series was discontinued for financial reasons and the Finale was released as an article on the gang gang wiki.
#VinnerTo1KBefore2021 was Vinner's failed attempt to achieve the 1,000-subscriber milestone before January 1, 2021, with starting a hashtag. It started with her publishing a video titled #VinnerTo1KBefore2021, which is currently her 7th most viewed video. Vinner received almost 450 subscribers to her channel in two months. On December 31, 2021, she had over 800 subscribers. Vinner concluded the year and the hashtag by posting a short film about her history on YouTube. Both videos were privated. She reached 1,000 subscribers on February 12, 2021.
Rise to fame
On December 29, 2020 Vinner uploaded her first attempt at making a Countryhumans animation meme. It was titled "НЕ ПАНИКУЙ" (English: Don't panic) and it revolved around the history of the Second Polish Republic during the Second World War. The video spiked in popularity gaining more 5,000 views by 2021.
On January 22, 2021 she would attempt making an animation meme again, this one titled "НЕ ПРИЧЁСЫВАЙ МЕНЯ" (English: Do not comb my hair) and revolved around the history of Ukraine after its independence from the Soviet Union. The video instantly blew up gaining 100,000 views in the first couple of months, bringing the channel to 1,000 subscribers. The video was primarily watched by people from Eastern Europe and Central Asia, such as Russia, Ukraine, Belarus or Kazakhstan. Many people with opposing political beliefs deemed the video offensive towards them specifically, which was debunked by Vinner in a pinned comment. The video is no longer gaining views and currently having 189,000 views remains the most viewed video on the channel.
On March 28, 2021 she tried again, thinking the meme would blow up like the previous one. That never happened and the video gained its only views just by being featured on the endscreen of the previous one. She would quit making animation memes and go into inactivity after that. She sometimes hints that she is working on big projects in various public sources, such as the Wikitubia Discord.
- She is a transgender girl. She is also lesbian.
- On February 23, 2021, the YouTube wiki followed her Twitter account because she promised to drink water.
- She owns a now inactive Discord server called "Vinner's Hotel" with 50 members.
- She is a supporter of the Black Lives Matter movement.
- 500 subscribers: November 22, 2020
- 1,000 subscribers: February 12, 2021
- 2,000 subscribers: May 19, 2021