In 2018, PUBG Mobile was released on the global mobile market thanks to a collaboration between Tencent Games and Krafton Inc. Since then, the game has overtaken other titles to rank among the most widely played action games worldwide.
Credit must also be given to YouTubers who consistently produced game-related video for their online audience, boosting the popularity of the game even as the creators added more features that draw players. Some have thousands of members, while others have acquired millions of subscribers after becoming cult icons in the gaming world.
The fan bases of PUBG Mobile YouTubers are huge worldwide.
Brahim “Levinho” is regarded by many PUBG Mobile experts and reviewers as one of the best attackers in the game. Despite rarely participating in competitive matches, his assault and clutch abilities have allowed him to amass a sizable fan base in the world of mobile gaming.
Levinho and his friend Sevou, another well-known gaming YouTuber, are frequently spotted playing the game together and receiving chicken dinners for accomplishing a tonne of kills.
- 11 million videos in all have been posted.
- 1930 subscribers altogether
In the Indian gaming community, Aaditya “Dynamo” Sawant may be regarded as a cult icon, but he also has a large fan base abroad.
Even though he only began broadcasting in 2013, he quickly gained notoriety by playing the Player’s Unknown Battlegrounds mobile version. Due to his incredible sniper abilities, the internet phenomenon has become well-known among players all around the world.
Even now, hundreds of players watch his live broadcasts when he plays the Indian version of the game BGMI to pick up some sniping tricks. Because of his fame, Dynamo was able to take the helm of Hydra, the esports clan that the public favoured.
- 1961 videos total were uploaded.
- 10 million subscribers overall
On YouTube, Tobias “Panda” Näslund has a sizable fan base. The Swedish PUBG Mobile YouTuber is regarded as one of the greatest in the world and has often shown his assaulting prowess through his gameplay videos.
Even though Panda doesn’t upload videos as frequently as he used to, his funny comments and gameplay videos continue to be popular among gamers all around the world.
- 12.1 million videos overall were uploaded.
- 1432 subscribers in total.
Atro, who is from Iraq, has the most subscribers on YouTube for PUBG Mobile. Despite not originally receiving assistance, Atro advanced when several of his gameplay videos went viral online.
Numerous spectators have been drawn to him because of his incredible sniper abilities and have tried to emulate him in some way. Additionally, he is well known for investing a lot of money in crate-opening films that have received millions of views.
- 1659 videos in all were uploaded.
- 13 million subscribers altogether.
One of the most well-known PUBG Mobile/BGMI YouTubers worldwide is Naman “MortaL” Mathur. Following the release of the game, MortaL gained notoriety by amassing millions of views on his how-to videos.
But in 2019, some of his gameplay videos showcasing extremely intense clutches went viral, making him a major star sensation. His success as a team leader for Team SouL in esports, where he won numerous championships, also contributed to his growth as a YouTuber.
Additionally, MortaL is the only YouTuber for PUBG Mobile to have received three consecutive nominations for the Esports Awards in various categories.
- 1598 videos in all have been posted.
- 7 million subscribers altogether.
Note: India has banned PUBG Mobile. It is advised that players from this nation avoid playing the game that is restricted.
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