Boone’s Favorite YouTubers of the 2010’s

A rewind of some of our favorite YouTubers of the previous decade!

Eric Inda and Parker Helton

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YouTube is one of the most well-known video-sharing platforms of this century. Many people have become celebrities and some have generated large amounts of wealth by making videos, earning sponsorship deals, and selling merchandise. Here’s a few of Boone’s favorite YouTubers:

DAVID DOBRIK

Subscribers: 14.7 million

User joined: Dec. 19, 2014.

View count: 6.3 billion

Main videos: Vlogs, pranks, challenges.

Born: Košice, Slovakia.

Named Boone’s YouTuber of the year by the Rebellion staff in May 2019, Dobrik is a Viner turned YouTuber.

After the shutdown of Vine, Dobrik has made many videos that people have expressed their love for, such as vlogs and silly challenges.

PEWDIEPIE

Subscribers: 102 million

User joined: Apr. 29, 2010.

View count: 24.2 billion

Main videos: Gaming, memes, commentaries/news.

Born: Gothenburg, Sweden.

PewDiePie is the first individual YouTuber to achieve 100 million subscribers despite some controversies.

Felix Arvid Ulf Kjellberg is from Sweden and currently resides in Brighton, United Kingdom.

He is popular for his gaming videos, such as Minecraft and looking at memes that his fans submit to him.

MR. BEAST

Subscribers: 27.2 million

User joined: Feb. 19, 2012.

View count: 4.1 billion

Main videos: Challenges

Born: Greenville, NC.

Originally well-known for his worst YouTube intros series and doing random stuff such as counting to 100,000, Jimmy Donaldson has used his money earned to give back to the community.

He’s done challenges where someone wins a large amount of money, he’s given free stuff to people in need, and he’s started a fundraiser to plant 20 million trees by 2020, which he did.