3 Great Gaming Youtube Channels to Follow
So you're a gamer like myself and you want to know about some great Youtube channels that are out there worth subscribing to. Maybe you're into tabletop gaming. Maybe you're into role playing or online gaming. Whatever you're interested in, here are three channels you definitely ought to be following.
TobiWan - joinDOTA
If you're interested in watching competitive DotA 2 play, this channel is worth following. If you like any multiplayer online battle area, you definitely should check out this chennel. TobiWan is the main host of most of the uploads, and his coverage of DotA 2 games is superb. Even if you don't like DotA 2, you'll probably become a little interested after watching a few videos from this channel.
Many of the uploaded videos are full games, and can be anywhere from 30 minutes to 1 1/2 hours.
joinDOTA's official channel page is: https://www.youtube.com/user/joinDOTA
Sean Plott - Day9TV
Sean Plott is a former StarCraft professional who is best known for his commentary and YouTube show, Day 9. Although his show primarily focuses on StarCraft 2 strategy, most of what makes this channel appealing is Day 9's humor and ability to present the game in a fun, relatable way. If you don't play StarCraft 2, that's perfectly fine. Day 9 really does a good job in making his videos a lot of fun to watch.
A popular segment in the current Day 9 lineup is Funday Monday, where Day 9 casts a number of StarCraft 2 games that follow some sort of strange constraint. Another popular segment is Day 9's Day Off, which is on Fridays.
Day 9's official channel page is: https://www.youtube.com/user/day9tv
Geek and Sundry
Geek and Sundry is a channel founded by Felicia Day, a well known name among gamers. The channel has a little bit of everything to offer. Some current segments that are popular in this channel include TableTop and SpellSlingers.
In TableTop, Wil Wheaton hosts a show where he sits down with 3 friends and plays a board game. Many of these board games are great suggestions for people looking to add to their board game collection.
In Spellslingers, Sean Plott plays Magic: The Gathering with friends. It's a great show to get you introduced to the game and I highly recommend it.
Geek and Sundry has a lot more to offer, and you should definitely check it out.
The official Geek and Sundry page is: https://www.youtube.com/user/geekandsundry
For all sorts of gamers, I definitely recommend each of the three channels. Of the above, I highly recommend Geek and Sundry the most, since it has the most to offer for all sorts of gamers. Take a look at each channel and see for yourself what makes each channel so great.