Jack Black started a YouTube gaming channel, let's rock!

Jan 02 2019 2 min read

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Videogame streaming has reached such stellar heights of popularity that even well-established actors cannot stay uninvolved. This is the case for actor and prominent singer Jack Black who has suddenly arrived on YouTube with his own gaming channel Jablinksi Games. It is not yet known whether it is a serious enterprise or we are simply facing another joke from Jack Black.

Either way, the channel has already grown huge. It has spent just a few days in the wild and the subscribers counter is already close to 2,5 million. The very first video - where Jack Black actually announced his arrival on the platform - has gathered around 7,5 million views. Tenaciously titled "Hello, Jack Black here", the video makes a little fun of famous streamers including PewDiePie and Ninja of course.

The second - and latest - video contains a silly celebration of the first million of subscribers, and Jack gets even more sarcastic giving the aforementioned PewDiePie a slightly offensive moniker PewDiePuss. Jack has promised to share more videos this year - and it better be true because right now there're only these two goofy short skits. That's right, Jack hasn't even posted a single gameplay video on his "gaming" channel.

But we are actually amazed with him. This is indeed exciting and we are looking forward to Jack singing songs in public voice chats across multiplayer games - given the channel turns out to be legitimately dedicated to gaming in the first place.


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