He and his friend Simon Lane run a successful channel named BlueXephos that has currently over 7. This board is for anything Yogscast-related, including fan art. He holds an advanced education in the science from the University of Manchester. Yogscast: The Diggy Diggy Book. Lewis Brindley also known under his online nickname Xephos or Zephos is a famous YouTuber turned millionaire. Brindley founded the group The Yogscast in 2008.
Lewis was born October 22, 1983 in Great Britain. For their work with , The Yogscast was awarded the Celebrity Charity Champion for the in 2018. In 2012, indie games developer Winterkewl Games ran a campaign to develop a video game called Yogventures! Later in September of that year, backers were also given a copy of the game by. Today, they cover a huge assortment of themes yet for the most part identified with internet gaming with Minecraft being a standout amongst the most prevalent patterns of late. It drew a peak of 60,400 concurrent viewers in the first week of December, and by the end of the month they had broadcast more than 700 hours of live streaming and were watched by 2. It is the largest Dungeons and Dragons livestream in Europe, and has partnered with on several miniseries.
The goal was reached, and as promised, Brindley dressed up in the costume for Christmas Day. In November 2017, The Yogscast spun off Fourth Floor Creative, a specialising in within the headed by The Yogscast's chief revenue officer Rich Keith. In 2018, The Yogscast launched the Yogscast Jingle Jam 2018, adding and to the list of featured charities. As of 10 December 2018 , the main Yogscast YouTube channel has 7,247,508 subscribers, 3,912,050,294 video views, and featured 33 other YouTube channels, while the Yogscast Twitch channel has 752,373 followers and a total of 96,316,950 video views. The idea began when fans would send presents to Brindley and Lane during the Christmas season, but they would instead insist that the money be donated to charity. Since then, they have also produced other narrative-driven series set in Minecraft such as YogLabs, MoonQuest, MarsQuest, and JaffaQuest which have also attracted a large audience. Along with hosts Brindley and Lane, it often featured other members of their World of Warcraft guild, and was initially released with a proposed weekly schedule.
The Yogscast Jingle Jam 2015 invited special guests to the live streams including fellow YouTube celebrities , and. DaveChaos, well, Dave is his rl first name, and apparently there was a band that he listened to when he was younger, and the lead singer went by ' something Chaos'. Improvements over the previous year included upgrading to a dedicated streaming studio in their new offices in Bristol, as well as the participation of other YouTube content producers such as , , and. In December 2010, they recorded a Minecraft video series subsequently named Shadow of Israphel which amassed a large number of views and subscribers, and catapulted them to popularity. In addition to viewer donations through the JustGiving website, the team also raised additional proceeds through the sale of Twitch subscriptions, merchandise and Christmas songs to be donated to charity.
He and his companion Simon Lane run an effective channel named BlueXephos that has presently more than 7. In June 2018, The Yogscast signed a six-episode sponsorship deal with to promote the latter's Pokerist app on the live stream. Despite the name, it was recorded and released far from Halloween. A spinoff style series, titled Bodega, was also debuted. The Yogscast Poker Nights is a series of poker games broadcast live on Twitch.
The best gift you can give is to help those less fortunate at this time of year! They slowed down a little bit since then but still keep growing. In December 2010, Brindley and Lane began an ongoing series of -style Minecraft survival multiplayer videos. The series features excerpts of the regular Triforce! Brindley and Lane first began by recording podcasts and YouTube video guides on World of Warcraft from their own homes and joined by friends from their guild, desiring to share Lane's quirky style of humour with other people around the world. They began with a team of two, but within their first year they had grown to encompass eighteen staff and conduct 140 marketing campaigns, most of them for non-Yogscast influencers. The charity drive was organised in aid of Oxfam's 'Plan Bee' to provide training and equipment for in and '365 Emergency Fund' for the provision of.
From left to right Rutherford, Brindley, and Lane pictured at in 2011. In May 2017, The Yogscast announced their first published game, Caveblazers, developed by indie games developer Deadpan Games, as part of their foray into the game publishing business. Another of Brindley and Lane's Minecraft series also involved them playing and bumbling through different player-made adventure maps, showcasing different maps made by the player community. For the 2012 holiday season, the Yogscast team conducted another charity drive for Oxfam called Honeydew's Honey Drive, with a target of raising £60,000. In 2013, Brindley began dating Hannah Rutherford referred to in the online world as Lomadia. Lewis established The Yogscast in 2008, with the objective of offering Simon to the world.
In 2014, Brindley was named by as one of Britain's 500 most influential people. For this achievement, The Yogscast was named JustGiving's Most Popular Fundraiser of 2012. The live streams were broadcast out of the basement of the house which Brindley, Lane, and Rutherford shared at that time. As with previous years, it featured a list of supported charities, but also enabled a new option for donators to pick another beneficiary from a list of thousands of charities. Persson later apologised for the misunderstanding and retracted his accusations, attributing the statements to stress and miscommunication. The Yogscast also began to hold regular public appearances in exhibitions and events throughout the United Kingdom where they would perform live shows and organise signings at events like the Insomnia Gaming Festival and the London Comic Con.
. These claims were questioned by some MineCon attendees as well as game commentator. Journeying far and wide he must find ingredie. The Yogscast at JustGiving Awards 2012, accepting the award for Most Popular Fundraiser. Lividcoffee has to fight to stay alive and as time goes on the race to find a way home starts. Vast majority of the money comes from online commercials. In January 2012, their main channel was the fourth most popular YouTube channel in the United Kingdom with 632 million views, ahead that of YouTube channel, but by June 2012, The Yogscast's main channel became the first channel in the United Kingdom to reach one billion views, and by June 2013, they had acquired five million subscribers.