I don’t know about you, but I’m feeling 22. Err, sorry, Taylor just got me to ramble off in a flow.
I don’t know about you, but Grand Theft Auto was one of the fist video games I played – apart from Snake and Bounce, of course. But GTA was pretty much the only game for me back then, that really got my adrenaline pumping. With the real life interface, with the thrill of doing whatever pleased you and not getting pulled up for it. (Creepy when you think how that scenario has translated to our real lives, isn’t it?)
If GTA was your childhood escape and you haven’t been in touch with the game off late, here are top 5 YouTubers who stream themselves playing GTA 5. And how!
The name Ujjwal Chaurasia might not ring a bell. But his gaming pseudonym, Techno Gamerz certainly has recall value. Especially for his nearly 5 million subscribers on YouTube. Arguably one of the biggest YouTube gamers around, Chaurasia is the name to recommend for GTA 5 content. Though he streams other games like Minecraft and Resident Evil, it’s GTA that he’s known for the most. Be it his unique storytelling style, or his control over the game, his videos sure make for great gameplay viewing.
While certain YouTuber’s command their massive fan following based on their unique style of commentary or casting during their videos, this entrant on our list, doesn’t. The channel doesn’t have any commentary at all. But this is what possibly attracts people to his channel – pure GTA fun, no dilution. Seems to be working, what with more than 3 million followers.
At a little more than 3 million subscribers, you’d think this was GTA’s or Rockstar Games’ official YouTube handle. Event the handle name plays to the tune. But it’s completely fan run and features videos on a bunch of games by the company, such as GTA itself, Red Dead Redemption and Max Payne. Gives you all the tea on tips and tricks on GTA 5.
Another Indian YouTuber on the list, with an enviable followers count at close to 9 million subscribers. Wowza. Needless to say, the owner of the channel, Ajay is one of the most widely followed GTA 5 content pundits worldwide. Also a member on the Total Gaming team for Free Fire.
Ross Hudgins aka MrBossFTW is an American gamer who with close to 3 million subscribers is one of the more popular GTA 5 gamers for English speaking audiences. He started off with Call of Duty videos and dabbled in Minecraft among other games, before halting at making a career out of GTA 5 content. Disclaimer – the gamer isn’t without his fair share of controversy. With allegations of plagiarism, offensive language and exploitative behaviour being levelled against him in recent times.