Toby Smith (born: December 23, 2003Twitch streamer and occasional YouTuber known for playing Minecraft. He gained popularity after being featured in TommyInnit's Minecraft streams and has collaborated with several Minecraft YouTubers and streamers.), better known online as Tubbo (also known as Tubbo_), is an English
Most of his videos are clips from his streams on Twitch. He has been streaming on Twitch for around two years and became a partner in 2020, surpassing one million Twitch followers on November 21, 2020.
Toby Smith was born on December 23, 2003 in England. He is dyslexic and grew up with two sisters, named Lani (born: 2006–2007 [age 13–14]) and Teagan. He is 5'6" (168 centimeters) tall. He has stated that he is uncomfortable being addressed by his first name by people who aren't close to him. He used to be an international trampolinist. He has a ginger cat named Rocky.
Tubbo started streaming on Twitch in 2018 and has seen significant growth in 2020. He used to (and sometimes still does) stream Skyblock and his modded SMP series.
Later on, he joined SMPEarth, a large Minecraft survival multiplayer server, which was shut down in April 2020. He is infamous for being the only person on SMPEarth to be killed by a player who was AFK (VoiceoverPete).
Tubbo has now joined the Dream SMP, and (very) frequently plays on there to this day.
Tubbo is friends with TommyInnit, another YouTuber and streamer who produces similar content and is about the same age as him, although, contrarily to popular belief, Tubbo is 4 months older. The pair became friends when they were both small Twitch streamers when Tommy raided Tubbo's stream. This was before either of them started their YouTube careers under their currently known names.
Tubbo is frequently seen in videos on Tommy's YouTube channel. The most recognizable videos are where they explore hacked clients. They also record on servers such as Wynncraft and TheArchon where Tubbo shared his knowledge of servers.
In videos, TommyInnit mocks Tubbo due to his interest and knowledge of hacked clients and Minecraft servers.
He has been involved in many Minecraft series including:
- Hypixel Skyblock
- Blockworth Season 2
- The Dream SMP
Tubbo Network was released around late October 2019, it consisted of a Classic Skyblock server, then a Towny server. The network lasted for a few months before not being cared for a slowing down a bit. (You can see most screenshots @TubboNostalgia)
Around mid-2020, Tubbo released an anarchy server called POGGOP (poggop.org). The project was soon abandoned due to development issues and lag problems.
Qube Mini-games Network (worked on around June 2020) lasted for about two months before a code licensing problem, although the network provided a few streams.
He is currently working on TubNet, an upcoming minigames server which will be able to support tens of thousands of players. It will consist of 1.16 games and an eventual main game.
- He was a member of L'Manberg (formerly known as Manberg). Jschlatt kicked TommyInnit and Wilbur Soot out of the nation when he became president, but Tubbo stayed there to work under Jschlatt. During this time, he was actually a spy for Pogtopia, a nation formed by Wilbur Soot and TommyInnit, but had his cover blown by JschlattLIVE and was killed in front of a crowd in the Manberg Festival. After that he became an official member of Pogtopia.
- Pogtopia reclaimed Manberg after a great war between the two nations and Manberg was once again renamed to L'Manberg. Tubbo was named the new President by Wilbur Soot(the former president) after TommyInnit(the now Vice President) rejected Wilbur's promotion. Tubbo is currently working as president to rebuild L'Manberg and make it a prosperous nation once again after Wilbur blew it up shortly after the events of the war.
- Tubbo has multiple "personalities" while roleplaying inside the Dream SMP server; these include Tubbox, Tubboat, Big Crime, Big Law, Tubo, and Toob.
Minecraft Championship is a Minecraft Tournament for YouTubers and streamers run by the Noxcrew, in which 10 teams of four compete in a series of 8 minigames decided by the participants. A point multiplier makes each game worth more as each round passes, incentivizing teams to vote for games they might be bad at early on in the event. In the end, the two teams with the most points face off in a round of ‘Dodgebolt’ to decide the winner of the tournament. This makes it possible for a team to win despite potentially having fewer points than the runner-up.
- MC Championships 1-8: Tubbo was not a Minecraft Championships participant during this time.
- MC Championships 9: Team Lime Llamas. Teamed with Dream, Fundy, and Sylvee. Placed 14th individual and his team placed 6th overall.
- MC Championships 10: Team Aqua Axolotls. Teamed with TommyInnit, Wilbur Soot, and Pokimane. Placed 24th individual and his team placed 7th overall.
- For the majority of the game, Pokimane didn't have the right texture pack on.
- MC Championships 11: Team Red Ravens. Teamed with CaptainSparklez, Ph1LzA, and Niki Nihachu. Placed 24th individual and his team placed 9th overall.
- MC Championships 12: Team Red Rabbits. Teamed with TommyInnit, Quackity, and Wisp. Placed 16th individual and his team placed 9th overall.
- MC Championship 13: He Originally stated he will not be participating in MCC 13 on recent stream because of undisclosed reasons to be revealed in December. but he however changed plans and is now competing in MCC13. Team Green (Emerald) Elves.
Note: The following dates are according to
- 1,000 subscribers: December 1, 2019
- 5,000 subscribers: April 23, 2020
- 10,000 subscribers: May 23, 2020
- 50,000 subscribers: August 5, 2020
- 100,000 subscribers: August 30, 2020
- 200,000 subscribers: September 29, 2020
- 300,000 subscribers: October 29, 2020
- 400,000 subscribers: November 16, 2020
- 500,000 subscribers: December 5, 2020
- 600,000 subscribers: December 24, 2020
- 700,000 subscribers: January 4, 2021
- 800,000 subscribers: January 11, 2021
- 1,000 subscribers: July 14, 2020
- 5,000 subscribers: August 3, 2020
- 10,000 subscribers: August 6, 2020
- 50,000 subscribers: September 2, 2020
- 100,000 subscribers: September 14, 2020
- 200,000 subscribers: October 16, 2020
- 300,000 subscribers: November 17, 2020
- 400,000 subscribers: December 17, 2020
- 500,000 subscribers: January 9, 2021