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BIGGEST YOUTUBE CHANNELS

  24.09.2018

PewDiePie

Subscribers: 66.1 million

What to know: Chances are you already know all about Felix Kjellberg, the long-reigning, problematic Swedish king of YouTube. The 28-year-old loves to review memes and make vlogs that play like more manic versions of Conan's "Clueless Gamer" segments, but he's landed himself in hot water multiple times now for dropping racial slurs, anti-Semitic videos, sympathizing with Nazis, and a whole bunch of other gaffes that reveal...

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  24.09.2018

Dude Perfect

Subscribers: 34.54 million

What to know: This endlessly entertaining channel started in 2009 with a sandwich, a camera, and 20 "I can do better than you" buckets. Since then, with jaw-dropping skills and a message of faith, Tyler Toney and his band of Texas A&M alums have sought to impact the lives of trick-shot devotees everywhere. "Our ultimate goal is to glorify Jesus Christ in everything that we do," say the dudes. "We want to use this platform...

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  24.09.2018

HolaSoyGerman.

Subscribers: 34.48 million

What to know: Here he is again! Garmendia's output on his original channel -- which doesn't involve gaming -- has waned, but his accomplishments on both have earned him two Diamond Play buttons. He also sells books, plays in a band, and campaigns with Greenpeace. Dude's everywhere, just bein' himself.

Most popular video: Brothers

  24.09.2018

whinderssonnunes

Subscribers: 31.4 million

What to know: Brazil's most beloved and shirtless YouTuber, Whindersson Nunes, 23, keeps viewers sated with a steady stream of rant-y vlogs. If those don't win you over, his portfolio of pop parodies -- including The Weeknd's "Starboy" (above), Justin Bieber's "Love Yourself," and Adele's "Hello" -- might.

Most popular video: What's the Wi-Fi Password?

  24.09.2018

elrubiusOMG

Subscribers: 30.83 million

What to know: Though Rubén Doblas Gundersen, 28, primarily streams -- surprise! -- gameplay, the Spanish star also sprinkles the occasional interview and Chatroulette adventure into his feed. His secret to success? Maybe his love for Pikachu and big beat drops? Maybe not.

Most popular video: Minecraft - "Miner" ft StarkinDJ

  24.09.2018

Fernanfloo

Subscribers: 29.34 million

What to know: Luis Fernando Flores is the kind of gamer who's known for his wacky commentary and love of indie titles. Hailing from El Salvador, the 24-year-old also loves wearing the color green, doing the moonwalk, and sharing the spotlight with man's best friend.

Most popular video: The Fernanfloo Rap

  24.09.2018

JuegaGerman

Subscribers: 28.95 million

What to know: Contrary to its name, Germán Garmendia's game channel isn't just video games (because, as the Chilean comedian and musician says, he's bad at playing them). When the 28-year-old isn't mashing his keyboard, you'll find him riffing on everyday topics and exploring the internet. Amazingly, this isn't the last you'll see of him on this list.

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  24.09.2018

Subscribers: 23.85 million

What to know: Like many of the users on this list, Vegetta777, aka Spain's Samuel de Luque, is a major gamer. What sets him apart, however, is his commentary. Instead of simply riffing on the action, the 29-year-old often crafts elaborate narratives for his characters -- in games like Minecraft, GTA V, and Fortnite -- to make something more like... video-game fanfic? Yeah, as he puts it, this "is a channel dedicated to video...

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  24.09.2018

Smosh

Subscribers: 23.44 million

What to know: What started as a comedy duo in 2005 has grown into a veritable internet empire, one that includes a website, a gaming arm, and a feature-length sci-fi flick. In addition to their sketches, co-founders Ian Hecox and Anthony Padilla, both 30, have earned praise for celeb pranks. (You might be familiar with this notoriously cringeworthy J.Law one -- if not, it's time.)

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  24.09.2018

VanossGaming

Subscribers: 23.6 million

What to know: Run by Evan Fong (aka Vanoss) since 2011, this gaming page mostly features funtages of the Canadian YouTuber and his friends playing Grand Theft Auto, Garry's Mod, and Call of Duty. "Anything on the Internet can blow up and go away," the 26-year-old, who touts an everyman approach, told CBC News in 2015. "You're only as good as your last video on YouTube."

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