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QUANTUM TV makes technology videos
 
QUANTUM TV is a Reviewer
 
QUANTUM TV is a Vlogger
 
QUANTUM TV is from the United States
 
QUANTUM TV is male
 
QUANTUM TV created their account in 2017
 
QUANTUM TV is a Content Creator on YouTube

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QUANTUM TV is a American tech YouTuber and reviewer.

Content

QUANTUM TV is a tech YouTuber where he does:

  • Reviews: QUANTUM TV will do review videos where he post reviews about products, mostly on TV.

History

QUANTUM TV created his channel on August 10, 2017, and upload his first video on June 30, 2018. He would reached 50,000 subscribers on August 5, 2021.

Controversy

Feud with Mischief

In March 2022, YouTuber Quantum TV posted a video criticizing the video game Elden Ring, telling people "don't buy this game." His main complaints surround the game's difficulty, "toxic fanbase," graphics and frame rate, calling the story "lackluster." The video became the subject of critical responses, many seeing the arguments against the game as invalid.

On March 15, 2022, Mischief made a response video to Quantum TV's review, calling him out for having a "bad take".[1] Mischief then made a video calling out Quantum TV for falsely copyright struck his video for using his footage.[2] He also claims Quantum TV told Elden Rings players to kill themselves. Quantum TV posted and deleted a response to the video claiming Mischief used too much of his video.

On March 16, 2022, lucien0maverick posted an article on WordPress sharing several now-deleted homophobic tweets from Quantum TV, including a comment Quantum TV purportedly made wishing the creators of The Last Of Us 2 were victims of the Pulse Nightclub shooting.[3] On March 20, 2022, Mischief posted a video to YouTube showing evidence of Quantum TV's alleged homophobia online, including numerous homophobic tweets and posts on social media.[4]

Feud with The Act Man

On April 10, 2022, The Act Man upload a video titled The WORST Elden Ring Hot Takes where he reacts to Quantum TV's review and the copyright strike drama between Quantum and Mischief.

On April 19, 2022, The Act Man tweeted sharing a copyright strike form against his video filed by Quantum TV.[5] On the same day, The Act Man tweeted a message from Quantum TV, implying that he is looking into "other options" to deal with The Act Man's alleged copyright violations.[6] Later that day, The Act Man tweeted their DMs, in which Quantum TV alleges that utilizing his deleted video material from the review constituted piracy.[7]

On April 23, 2022, The Act Man posted a video going over Quantum TV's abuse of the copyright system,[8] citing his back-and-forth with Mischief and his attempts to copyright strike other YouTubers unfairly, including ReviewTechUSA. He also claims that Quantum TV is avoiding a YouTube hate speech restriction, citing homophobic videos and comments posted on social media, including allegedly telling one member of the LGBTQ+ community that they deserve to die. In only two months, the video had over 1.9 million views. Griffin Gaming, a YouTuber, posted a video on April 24 detailing his experience with Quantum TV copyright.[9]

On April 25, 2022, The Act Man tweeted claiming Quantum TV threatened his mother.[10] A day later, Quantum TV uploaded a video where he admits to calling The Act Man's mom and plays his side of the phone call with her.

In May 2022, The Act Man was allegedly in talks with YouTube representatives about taking action against Quantum TV's channel for his homophobic and problematic remarks and videos, as well as abuse of YouTube's copyright systems. On May 3, 2022, he tweeted, "I am still in talks with YouTube about the Quantum TV business. Hope to give you all a status update by the end of this week."[11] On May 5, The Act Man posted a video to Twitter saying he was gathering all evidence of Quantum TV's problematic behavior to hand over to YouTube, and he asked viewers to send him any evidence they had.[12]

On May 31, 2022, Quantum TV posted a video sharing a message from YouTube claiming Quantum TV did not violate TOS or community guidelines and that no action would be taken against his channel.[13] Quantum TV claims in the video that he disavowed previous homophobic remarks and that some of them were allegedly made due to a hack, as well as admitting to contacting The Act Man's mother but denying doxxing her. On June 2nd, he posted another video on the subject, claiming that The Act Man doesn't understand copyright infringement.[14]

He also threatening Act Man's mom.

Evidence:

(The Post on YT):https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a73jP25vVbw

(Phonecalls): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wzeLypw1lp8

YouTube's Response

On June 8, 2022, The Act Man posted a 50-minute-long video titled "The Dark Age Of Youtube" about YouTube finding Quantum TV innocent. In the video, he exposes Quantum TV for previous hateful behavior and reiterates previous hateful behavior.[15] The Act Man tweeted on June 7, "The Dark Age of YouTube has recently been removed from YouTube. I'm fucking shaken, ".[16]

The next day, The Act Man tweeted, saying that he will be removed from the partner program.[17] On the same day, The Act Man's channel got demonetized.[18] YouTube responded to the tweet by stating that he had been removed for "threatening to dox the families of YouTube employees and creators."[19]

On June 10, The Act Man tweeted a screenshot of a now-deleted tweet in which he jokes about making a new series of videos in which he doxxes YouTube employees, alluding to how Quantum TV attempted to dox his family.[20] Mischief then posted a video encouraging viewers to use the hashtag #JusticeForActMan in defense of the YouTuber.[21]

Subscriber milestones

Note: The following dates are according to Social Blade. Dates may vary by one or two days due to differences in time zones.

  • 10,000 subscribers: January 14, 2019
  • 20,000 subscribers: November 27, 2019
  • 30,000 subscribers: August 29, 2020
  • 40,000 subscribers: December 9, 2020
  • 50,000 subscribers: August 5, 2021
  • 60,000 subscribers: January 8, 2022

References

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