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YouTubers are internet users that upload videos on YouTube, a famous Google-owned website[1] to upload videos online. Since late 2006, many Roblox users have recorded and uploaded their videos to the popular video streaming website, YouTube. In its earlier days, many of these videos were music videos or funny clips. In late 2015, Roblox had a surge in popularity due to popular and mainstream YouTubers creating gameplay videos. Now today there are lots of YouTubers recording Roblox related videos like reviewing the updates, gameplays, trolling, and a lot more. In recent years, Roblox YouTubers have become a trend. However, many say the trend is causing the downfall of Roblox's Youtube community. Some of these YouTubers are known for doing "Clickbait" videos, often frowned upon the Roblox Community.

List of well-known YouTubers

Here is a list of all well-known Roblox YouTubers.

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Criticism

There are many clickbait YouTubers that spread false rumors and scam younger ROBLOXians. An example would be the John Doe March 18th rumor, spread very fast by "clickbait" YouTubers such as Tofuu. It is common for these clickbait YouTubers to make videos that often have titles and thumbnails that allude to something that is not in the video. These people earn a lot of money from this practice, Kazok making up to $89.8K yearly. with Dragod earning over $100K yearly. Some of the more common clickbait practices now are ones related to the RPO event.

On the other hand, other 'rant' YouTubers like Roblox Minigunner have also received criticism for other rumours. One was the "Roblox doesn't ban ODers because they buy Robux rumour". This rumor has not been disproven, so we can't say if Roblox bans ODers or not. However ODing is against the rules of ROBLOX[2]. The 'reports not working' rumour has also not been necessarily proven, though some have created 'experiments' to attempt to prove or to disprove the rumor. Some of these have unfavourable members of their fanbases, sometimes raiding Discord servers belonging to Roblox admins, spamming things on the forums, and generally being a nuisance to players. Some of these YouTubers also advertise a free Robux website which is against Roblox TOS.

There are many controversial YouTubers that are controversial for other reasons, such as InquisitorMaster. InquisitorMaster has been criticised for 'ODing' in her videos and for scamming RAP on Roblox. Some YouTubers such as DanTDM and Denis have been met with some criticism for their hand in helping lower quality games become more popular and introducing Roblox to people who experienced players dislike. 

References

  1. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/YouTube YouTube on Wikipedia.
  2. https://en.help.roblox.com/hc/en-us/articles/203313410-Roblox-Community-Rules (Section 8)
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