‘Minecraft’ Is the 2nd Most-Used Search Term on YouTube
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By Lauren Arevalo-Downes
Gaming content isn’t at all niche on YouTube. “Gaming has woven its way into all areas of pop culture—sports, music, television, and more,” says Google in their latest report on the matter.
“Gaming content on YouTube is some of the stickiest. More than 20 of the top 100 YouTube channels with the most subscribers worldwide are gaming related,” the report goes on to say, pointing out that the most subscribed YouTuber is in fact the most ubiquitous gamer of all, PewDiePie.
Of the top gaming channels on the platform, three of them focus almost exclusively on one game: “Minecraft.” “Minecraft” is so big on YouTube that it is actually the second-most searched term on the video platform. It is second only to “music.” That’s pretty big.
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