Note that this footer features only a limited amount of YouTubers, because all of these YouTubers or YouTube phenomena have separate and extended wikis instead of just a single article page. These wikis are usually about big YouTubers who may have a lot of history or (fictional) content that can be covered. Here are some example/exceptions of what can get a wiki:
- PewDiePie, mainly because he's been the most popular YouTuber for long and not only he has had a lot of history on YouTube (especially for certain events like PewDiePie vs T-Series), but he has good storytelling techniques that can be considered as lore. His Minecraft Epic series is a great example of what can be covered by a wiki, because it's both very popular and serial. Another example/exception is MrBeast, because not only he is popular, but there is some content that can be covered on his wiki, including the different projects he has done (MrBeast Burger or Team Trees), expensive challenges, and features notable affiliates, like Chris, Chandler, and Karl.
- SML, ExplodingTNT, Animator vs. Animation, etc. Most of their major content is serial, which means that the lore inside their channels is continuous and essentially like a web television series, hence why such type of content can also be covered by a wiki. Some channels also feature fictional characters exclusive to their channels, so there can also be some sort of lore in that case, hence why they're covered by entire wikis.