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Top 100 Most Viewed YouTube Gaming Channels Worldwide • October 2016

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Social Media 25th Nov 2016 tubefilter


It’s time for another monthly installment of Tubefilter's Top 100 Most Viewed YouTube Gaming Channels Chart and for the first time in a very long time (if ever) a US channel is on top.

Chart Toppers

Markiplier is in the #1 spot on the Worldwide Gaming Chart this month. The online gaming destination for the Hawaii-born, Ohio-raised, and California-residing Mark Edward Fishbach saw a massive uptick in views of 35% to score almost 245.4 million views in the 31 days of October. Not so far behind in second place is PewDiePie. Felix Kjellberg’s perennially chart-topping library of Let’s Play gaming videos and vlogs dipped 10% in monthly views, but still racked up nearly 224.8 million views in the month.

Next up in third place is JackSepticEye. The Irish gamer’s channel climbed up 14% in its monthly views to close out October with more than 222.7 million of them. British gaming sensation TheDiamondMinecart dropped down to the #4 spot after his channel saw a 9% dip in views to bottom out at over 208.4 million views on the month.

And rounding out the Top 5 PopularMMOs. The second US-based gaming channel at the top of the charts ended the month relatively constant with just about 196.4 million views.

Top Gainers

The honor of one of our Top Gainers this month goes to NickAtNyte.

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