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SEE IT: ‘Fortnite’ Youtuber Faze Jarvis sobs after being banned from game for cheating – New York Daily News

SEE IT: ‘Fortnite’ Youtuber Faze Jarvis sobs after being banned from game for cheating...

Faze Jarvis, a 17-year-old YouTube personality whose real name is Jarvis Khattri and who creates videos of himself playing the popular video game “Fortnite,” was recently banned from the game for cheating. In a video apologizing for his actions, the streamer broke down crying. Jarvis’ ban and subsequent waterworks stem from another video he posted…
YouTuber Caspar Lee co-founds Influencer marketing platform, raises £3M Series A

YouTuber Caspar Lee co-founds Influencer marketing platform, raises £3M Series A

Despite the inexorable rise of social media influencers, several problems remain when it comes to brands trying to use these stars to push their products. The marketing tools and processes are fragmented (read: chaotic). Attaining some level of authenticity, quality and creativity in influencer-driven campaigns is tough, to say the least. And the whole thing…
YouTuber Etika’s death spurs conversation about creators’ mental health struggles

YouTuber Etika’s death spurs conversation about creators’ mental health struggles

Following the death of popular YouTuber Desmond “Etika” Amofah on Tuesday, friends, fans, and other creators have opened up about the toll that being an online personality can take on a person’s mental health. Balancing an intense upload schedule and coping with increasing pressures from being a public persona can worsen anxiety and depression, many…
Missing YouTuber Etika’s belongings found – BBC News

Missing YouTuber Etika’s belongings found – BBC News

Image copyright Etika/YouTube The belongings of a gaming YouTuber who has been missing for five days have been found on Manhattan Bridge in New York.Desmond Amofah, known as Etika, had uploaded an eight-minute video in which he talked about suicidal thoughts. Etika was known for playing and discussing Nintendo games on YouTube and streaming channel…
YouTuber proves Apple’s new Mac Pro would not actually grate cheese that great

YouTuber proves Apple’s new Mac Pro would not actually grate cheese that great

Ever since Apple first announced its new, cheese grater-shaped take on the Mac Pro, one question has been on everyone’s mind: how well would the Mac Pro actually work as a $6,000-plus cheese grater? Fortunately, we no longer have to wait, thanks to YouTube Winston Moy, who went and machined a replica of Apple’s new…
YouTuber known for ‘shitty robots’ turns Tesla Model 3 into pickup truck

YouTuber known for ‘shitty robots’ turns Tesla Model 3 into pickup truck

"The truck itself is going to be great, but the process is going to be scrappy AF," explained Giertz in the video. A scrappy approach is Giertz's claim to fame. If you're unfamiliar with Giertz or her past inventions, the self-proclaimed "Queen of Shitty Robots" is not known for her elegant, seamless designs. Prior creations…
YouTuber Simone Giertz transformed a Tesla Model 3 into a pickup truck

YouTuber Simone Giertz transformed a Tesla Model 3 into a pickup truck

Simone Giertz was tired of waiting for Elon Musk to unveil his new Tesla pickup truck, so she decided to make one herself. The popular YouTuber and self-described “queen of shitty robots” transformed a Model 3 into an honest-to-god pickup truck, which she dubs “Truckla” — and naturally you can watch all the cutting and…
YouTuber gets 15 month prison sentence, $22,000 fine for toothpaste-filled Oreos

YouTuber gets 15 month prison sentence, $22,000 fine for toothpaste-filled Oreos

YouTube star Kanghua Ren was just handed a 15 month prison sentence and 20,000 euro ($22,300) fine for a January 2017 video. The video, which generated widespread outrage online, found Ren giving a homeless man in Barcelona repackaged Oreo cookies filled with toothpaste. “Maybe I’ve gone a bit far, but look at the positive side:…

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How podcasts grew into a multimillion-dollar industry

The New York Times already wants to know if we’ve reached “peak podcast,” and sometimes, yes, it seems like everybody has a show. Oprah, Shaq, reality TV stars, random friends of yours — everyone! The industry has existed for over a decade, but this year it’s been particularly buzzy, especially after Spotify announced its plans…

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