In 2009 Ali started uploading short gaming clips to his YouTube channel and now seven years later has over 13 million people subscribed to his 2 channels and in excess of 2.8 billion video views. Ali is one of the UK’s most popular entities and globally is at the forefront of the online and YouTube revolution. He is the world’s number one Call of Duty YouTuber but is also partial to a spot of Pokemon hunting!
SkyRRoz is one of the most recognizable faces in the French gaming scene. Thanks to his eccentrics and constant fun, SkyRRoZ has gained the trust of millions of subscribers on his social media accounts in France. Proud creator of thousands of YouTube videos on many games and Twitch partner, SkyRRoz masters the art of the sniper on Call of Duty and other FPS games. This is going to be fun!
Brandon is an EA SPORTS FIFA Esports caster and presenter who shot to fame in 2017 when he won the EA SPORTS' Commentators Cup competition. Since then, Brandon has been working with EA SPORTS to help drive the growth of the competitive FIFA scene with events such as the FIFA Global Series and FIFA eWorld Cup. He's also worked with the England national team and PlayStation as a host and gaming ambassador. Brandon regularly streams to a dedicated following on Facebook as well as a highly engaged Instagram and TikTok audience.
Sal Amezcua aka Kickstradomis, 33, from Los Angeles is a renowned artist and sneaker designer. Kickstradomis has worked with the likes of superstar athletes such as James Harden, Karl Towns, Luka Dončić , Donovan Mitchell, Lebron James and more. He also has collaborated with celebrities such as Robert Downey Jr, Will Smith, Martin Lawrence and Ryan Reynolds. Huge companies such as Sprite, Amazon, eBay and several professional sports teams have tapped Kickstradomis for campaigns. He has cemented his name as one of the top artists of his generation. In his free time, Sal enjoys collecting sport cards, playing video games and enjoying time with his family.
Erin Ashley Simon is a multi-media personality, host, and producer at the forefront of contemporary culture. Erin leverages her deep rooted connections in the music, entertainment, and gaming industries to create content that highlights the intersection between gaming and pop culture. She currently hosts The Download on VENN, and has previously hosted Cheddar Esports programming. Erin has produced and hosted a variety of media content for brands and organizations such as AT&T, eMLS, The Wall Street Journal, University of Kentucky, Cycle Media and more. She continues to break barriers as one of the most prominent female personalities in the industry.
C6URTNEY, or also known as C6URT is a full time content creator partnered on Mixer. C6URT is passionate about gaming and fitness and strives to inspire her fellow gamers to live a healthier, more energetic lifestyle. She can commonly be found at the gym making a fool of herself, crying on stream playing horror games, and exclaiming "WHAT DO YOU MEEEAN?!" every time she dies in game. C6URT is a variety streamer, with two of her all time favourite games being Fallout 4 and Dying Light.
When you think of “Family FUN Time” the first thing that comes to mind is getting together with friends and family for a FUN console or board game.
That’s what the #1 Family Stream team FabuRocks represents. FabuDad having a race competition against Fabu, where she’s taking all the shortcuts and ends up winning the race by saying ‘WHO’s #1 IN THIS HOUSE?” and FabuMom saying: GG in the chat everyone… Who’s NEXT?
A truly unique experience that everyone wants to be part of.
BlackKrystel is a multi-media personality, recording artist, host, producer, journalist and content creator exploring the intermingling of entertainment, geek and pop culture. After starting on Youtube, she's been able to parlay that into a number of opportunities including producing and hosting for ESPN's Collegiate Esports Championship. Her journey has been documented by brands such as Vice, Essence, SyFy, Nylon, CNBC, Afropunk, CBS and IGN. Currently BlackKrystel is a producer of streaming content for various brands, while continuing to stream, record with the Columbia imprint Lost Rings and cover the gaming industry. BlackKrystel hopes to continue to be an ambassador to the world helping them to embrace and understand geek culture.
With live piano music, original chat-controlled games, and the most mind-meltingly over the top rendition of Toto's "Africa" ever made, 88bitmusic is creating the content that Twitch never knew it needed. Streaming out of his elaborate home studio in Memphis, he constantly brings new things to the world of livestreaming with his unique brand of entertainment and top tier music skills.
New Orleans Pelicans guard, Josh Hart, recently finished his second season in the league, following a dominating performance in the NBA Summer League and 2018 NBA Summer League MVP honors. Hart began playing video games as a child but as he got older and his competitive nature grew, it also became a way to keep in touch with friends socially. To enhance his gaming experience, Hart has a personal gaming lounge, personalized by Turtle Beach, in his home. Hart’s favorite games include Fortnite, Madden, NBA 2K and Battlefield V.
Grayson Allen just completed his third season in the NBA and second season as a member of the Memphis Grizzlies. He shined in the NBA playoffs as an instrumental part of his team winning in the Play-In Tournament and advancing to the first round. He is among the NBA’s leaders in three-point field goal percentage. Prior to the NBA, Allen starred at Duke University where he was one of the most decorated collegiate players in recent history, including being named an All-American, making the All-ACC first team, and one of only three players in program history to be a four-time All-ACC Academic honoree. Off the court, Allen enjoys playing video games, listening to music, going on adventures with his dog Teddy, and volunteering at children’s hospitals to help brighten up kids’ days.
Immanuel Quickley, 21, was born and raised in Havre de Grace, Maryland. Quickley entered the 2020 NBA Draft and was selected 25th overall by the New York Knicks. Before joining the NBA, Quickley dominated the SEC at the University of Kentucky, where he was named SEC Player of the Year and All-SEC First Team in his two years at the school. When Immanuel is not on the court he is honing his hoops skills on his PS5, earning bragging rights over his friends and teammates for his NBA 2K ability.