Top 10 North American YouTubers 2022

As we move into the new year, there are many things to look forward to. For YouTube enthusiasts, this means keeping up with their favorite YouTubers and discovering new ones to follow. If you’re curious about who will be the top North American YouTubers in 2022, read on for our predictions.

Felix Kjellberg (PewDiePie)

Felix Kjellberg, better known by his online pseudonym PewDiePie, is a Swedish YouTuber and video game commentator. He is known for his comedy videos and let’s playcommentaries, as well as his vlogs and occasional rap songs.

PewDiePie originally gained popularity through his Let’s Play videos of the horror video game Amnesia: The Dark Descent. His channel reached 1 million subscribers in July 2012. By October 2012, PewDiePie was the most subscribed user on YouTube with over 4 million subscribers. In 2013, Felix was nominated for a Game Award for his work on PewDiePie.

Mark Fischbach (Markiplier)

Mark Fischbach, better known by his online alias Markiplier, is an North American YouTuber, gamer-commentator, actor, and comedian. He is the younger brother of web designer Jason Thomas Fischbach.

A native of Honolulu, Hawaii, Fischbach began his career in Cincinnati, Ohio, in 2012 working with production studio Maker Studios. He currently resides in Los Angeles, California. As of June 2019, his channel has over 26 million subscribers and over 13 billion total video views, making it the 27th most subscribed channel on YouTube and the 14th most viewed channel.

Anthony Padilla

Anthony Padilla is an North American YouTuber and comedian. He is one-half of the YouTube comedy duo Smosh, with Ian Hecox.

Padilla created his YouTube channel in 2005 and uploaded his first video, a comedy sketch called “Jedi Training Academy,” in January 2006. Since then, he has uploaded over 400 videos and amassed over 8 million subscribers. His most popular videos include “Banned from E3,” “Every Blank Ever,” and “If Google Was a Guy.”

In addition to his work with Smosh, Padilla has also collaborated with other popular YouTubers, including Joey Graceffa, Shane Dawson, Tyler Oakley, and PewDiePie. He has also appeared in various television shows and films, including The Goldbergs, Dude Perfect 2, and The Ridiculous 6.

Ian Hecox

Ian Hecox is a YouTuber from Sacramento, California. He is one of the co-founders and the current CEO of Smosh, a YouTube comedy channel that was created in 2005. As of February 2018, Hecox’s channel has over 5 million subscribers and 870 million views.

Hecox first started posting videos on YouTube in November 2005 as part of a collaboration with his friend, Anthony Padilla. The two would go on to create many popular sketches and songs together, including “The Legend of Zelda Rap” and “Pokemon Theme Song.”

In January 2012, Hecox and Padilla started a new channel called “Shut Up! Cartoons,” which featured animated shorts. The channel was later renamed to “Smosh Games” in 2013 after the success of their gaming-related content.

Rhett McLaughlin

Rhett McLaughlin is one of the top North American YouTubers, with over 13 million subscribers. He is known for his comedy videos, which he often creates with his childhood friend Link Neal.

Rhett and Link met in first grade and have been best friends ever since. They started making videos together in high school as a way to procrastinate from their homework. Their early videos were mostly sketches and pranks that they would film around their hometown of Buies Creek, North Carolina.

Link Neal

1. Link Neal is a YouTuber from the United States who is known for his gaming and comedy videos. 

2. Link Neal has been active on YouTube since 2006, and his channel has over 2 million subscribers. 

3. Link Neal’s most popular video is “Minecraft Hardcore: The Story of Herobrine,” which has been viewed over 22 million times. 

4. In addition to his work on YouTube, Link Neal is also a co-host of the podcast “Good Mythical Morning” with Rhett McLaughlin.

Dan Avidan

Dan Avidan is a musician, comedian, and YouTube personality best known for being one-half of the musical comedy duo Ninja Sex Party, as well as the Game Grumps and Star Bomb. He has also done voice work for various web animations and video games. 

Born in New Jersey, Avidan started his comedy career while still in high school. After graduation, he moved to New York City to pursue stand-up comedy and acting. While working various jobs throughout the city, he met Brian Wecht, who would later become his bandmate in Ninja Sex Party. The two formed the group in 2009 and released their first album, Attitude City, in 2011.

Arin Hanson

Arin Hanson, also known by his online alias Egoraptor, is an American animator, musician, comedian, and Internet personality. He is best known for creating the web series Game Grumps and co-hosting the Let’s Play webseries Awesome Games Done Quick. 

Hanson began his career in animation with Newgrounds, where he created his first popular animated parody of the Pokémon anime entitled “Pokérap.” His other early works included “Metal Gear Awesome,” a parody of the Metal Gear Solid video game series, and “Zelda: The Missing Link,” a comedy spoof of The Legend of Zelda.

Jafari (Game Grumps)

Jafari, better known as Game Grumps, is a popular YouTuber and comedian. He has over 4 million subscribers and his videos have been viewed over 1 billion times. He is known for his funny commentary and gaming videos.

Tyler Blevins (Ninja)

Tyler Blevins, AKA “Ninja,” is a YouTuber and professional gamer who rose to fame playing Fortnite. He has since diversified his content, now playing a variety of games while also streaming on Twitch. He is one of the most popular gamers in the world, with over 23 million YouTube subscribers and 12 million followers on Twitch. 

Blevins started out his YouTube career by posting videos of himself playing Halo 3, but he didn’t gain much traction until he started playing Fortnite. He quickly became one of the best players in the world, and his entertaining commentary and personality made him a hit with viewers. When Epic Games added a Battle Royale mode to Fortnite, Ninja was one of the first streamers to embrace it and he quickly became the face of the game.

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