Now that gaming is so popular especially with the development of electronic sports (esports) in Malaysia, who are the top local content crea...
Whether it's a tutorial, a cheat, a mod-play, or tournaments, there's something for all game-lovers. Take a look at Malaysia's top 5 gaming YouTube channels.
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Although he exclusively uses Mandarin when he speaks, Laowu managed to garner a total of 1.1 million subscribers (as of March 2019). Plus, his other side channel called Laowu Live which consists of him streaming games he played has 137K followers! Super impressive.
YouTube subscribers count: 1.1m+
#2. Songsen Yap
When you think of OG's, Songsen is one of them. He started his gaming channel five years ago, and it was a big hit! With his sense of humour, he managed to grow his number of subscribers into the massive number it is now.
YouTube subscribers count: 587K+
#3. Biu Biu
PUBG, one of the biggest survival-shooting games, gained a huge following when they released a mobile version. And Biu Biu became famous just by exclusively playing this game. Watch Biu Biu's gameplay of 31 kills solo.
YouTube subscribers count: 306K+
#4. Syafiq Aiman
Catering specifically for the BM-speaking crowd, Syafiq plays games such as GTA4 and COD while speaking in Bahasa Malaysia. Occasionally, you might see videos of him reviewing tech, which is nice if you prefer a change in video content.
YouTube subscribers count: 247K+
#5. LuNaCy HOLLOWA joker, entertainer, and gamer in one. Lunacy's audience loves his sense of humour when he plays games. Don't forget to take a few deep breaths before watching his videos, for you're definitely going to laugh non-stop.
YouTube subscribers count: 107K+
There's another Malaysian gaming channel that was meant to be featured here called Karma Charger with 324k+ subscribers. However, this YouTuber has since quit YouTube in order to recover for their mental health. We wish Karma Charger all the best in healing and regaining happiness again.
Have we missed out any cool gaming channel? Drop a comment below and let us know!
Note: YouTube subscribers count above is updated on 20 March 2019.