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Realistic Gaming YouTube Channel Becomes An Outlet For Companies Seeking To Reach A Younger Demographic

Realistic Gaming YouTube Channel Becomes An Outlet For Companies Seeking To Reach A Younger Demographic

Wed Mar 22, 2017 - 01:00am UTC

Realistic Gaming hits a new milestone 30 thousand subscribers! Now becomes an outlet for companies trying to reach a younger demographic.

Realistic Gaming YouTube Channel Becomes An Outlet For Companies Seeking To Reach A Younger Demographic

Los Angeles , United States – March 21, 2017

Today we feature one of the rising stars in the YouTube gaming scene, Realistic Gaming. Their channel was launched March 2016, and in the last year have rapidly grown to have a quite respectable following with more than 30,000 subscribers and over 15 million overall views.

The channel’s main focus began with Minecraft, a video game where players can create their own world and storylines. In the early stages and up until recent, the channels most popular video series was Realistic Minecraft and Realistic Roblox. Videos in which users play the game in first person perspective mode, with green screen footage of real life hands, sounds effects and other video special effects that give the viewer the feeling that they are genuinely inside the game. They have added new games to their repertoire lately including both Roblox and Grand Theft Auto V which they say have gotten great response from their followers for.

Realistic Gaming hits a new milestone at 30 thousand subscribers! They are now also an outlet for companies trying to reach a younger demographic. So far they have done a video for a company named Vecaro Lifestyle which sells hoverboards and the other for the soon to be launched game app Quid.

“Since hoverboards are one of the most popular ‘fad’ products of the last two years we were super excited to get the opportunity to promote one of the few reliable brands out there on the market although it was a little difficult to figure out how we were going to incorporate it into our usual videos. Quid was much easier to put into our already existing video series as it is a game that runs on the phone so we were able to make a fun little video with it inside our usual videos,” Said Eli Bell, one of Realistic Gaming’s voice actors he continued with, “we love to try and include new things that our fans can use and that we think they will enjoy into our videos without trying to push products down their throats as is common with a lot of channels when they start doing brand deals. We are trying to bring our fans a balance where they can see the awesome new products and games that are being put out there but in a way that they don’t feel like we are just doing this for the money. We truly want to provide them with great entertainment.”

Happy to reach 30 thousand subscribers, Realistic Gaming is hoping only to expose their fans to products they might enjoy, and not planning on flooding their channel with random products.

Contact Info:
Name: Rafael Monroy
Organization: Realistic Gaming
Address: 13452 alondra blvd

Video URL: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j8CEm5HuaNY

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