2 Olajide Olatunji(Rapper, Comedian, YouTuber)
Olajide Olatunji, better known by his stage name KSI, is an English internet personality, actor, rapper, and boxer. He is credited with co-founding the popular YouTube group, The Sidemen. Regarded as one of the most influential online creators in the UK, Olatunji puts his fame to good use; he is involved in many charitable causes and is a prolific donator.
3 George Miller(YouTuber)
George Miller, also known as Joji and Filthy Frank, is a Japanese singer-songwriter, record producer, author, and comedian. He began his career in the entertainment industry through his many now-defunct YouTube channels. After gaining fame as a social media personality, he retired his channels to focus on his mainstream musical career. He now produces R&B and Trip-Hop music.
4 Shane Dawson(YouTuber)
A social media celebrity, Shane Dawson was the King of You Tube for a decade beginning 2008 and garnered billions of views on his videos. However, recently, his past videos with racist content and other offensive jokes have attracted severe criticism and resulted in his popularity witnessing a massive drop.
5 Charles Lincoln Neal III(YouTuber)
6 Collins Key(YouTuber)
7 James Rallison(YouTube Star)
9 Roi Fabito(YouTuber)
10 Mark Williams (YouTube Star)(YouTube Star, Comedian)
11 Zach Kornfeld(YouTuber)
12 Chance Sutton(YouTube Star)
13 Romell Henry(YouTube Personality)
14 Lloyd Cadena(YouTuber)
15 Noel Miller(YouTube Star)
16 Alex Clark(YouTube Star)
17 Nick Antonyan(YouTuber)
18 Jay Swingler(YouTuber)
19 Drew Monson(YouTuber)
20 Noah Grossman(Youtube Comedian)
21 Gus Johnson(YouTube Star)
22 Drew Lynch(Comedian)
Domics is a Philippines-born Canadian comedian, animator, YouTuber, and cartoonist. He is part of a popular American multi-channel network named Channel Frederator Network. With over seven million subscribers on his own YouTube channel, Domics is one of the most successful Canadian YouTubers. In 2018, he opened a Board game café called Domics' GG Gaming Café, which shut down in 2020.