For the group with the same name, see Roblox Video Stars (group).
Not to be confused with the Roblox Stars Program.

As seen on Conor3D's Video Star icon on the player list.

Roblox Video Stars Program, also known as Video Stars, is a Roblox program in which certain YouTubers are recognized by Roblox. These users are all part of the Roblox Video Stars group and collaborate with Roblox on different things. These users also receive the Video Creator Top Hat, Premium, early access to select items, features, events, video promotion from official Roblox channels, a Video Star icon beside their username on the player list in-game and much more.

Roblox Video Stars can be supported when their respective Star Code is used when purchasing Robux or Premium. If the code is correct, and the purchase is successful, the content video star will receive some money from the purchase.

During the Pizza Party event, they received the Video Star Pizza Launcher, and during the Egg Hunt 2019: Scrambled in Time event, they received the Video Star Egg Launcher.

They also previously received an email every month which contained twenty Robux codes.[1] They could have used the codes for anyway they chose, but most star creators actively gave their codes away to fans on outside social media platforms such as Twitter and Instagram. This benefit was discontinued in February 2020.

Video stars are usually given promotional items for events prior to their release. For instance, they were given the Roblox Battle Cap three days before it publicly released to the catalog.

On March 18th, 2020, the logo for the Video Stars Program was officially changed from a yellow star to a shooting star[2] to fit in design with the rest of the player icons showed in the player list.

List of Roblox Video Stars

As of June 3, 2021, there are 489 known Video Stars.(Some may not listed)



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