YouTube celebrities, commonly referred to as YouTubers, are a class of Internet celebrity and videographers who have gained popularity from their videos on the video-sharing platform YouTube.

The popularity of Roblox has led to some YouTube celebrities focusing their channel on the game, and today many of them have become well-known content creators both in the Roblox community and on YouTube itself. Certain creators have also become part of the Roblox Video Stars Program.

List of YouTube celebrities

List of Roblox-centered YouTube celebrities

Here is a list of all well-known YouTube celebrities who primarily upload Roblox or have based their channel around it. Note that some of these YouTube celebrities may contain profanity within their videos.

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List of Roblox developers with YouTube channels

These are the YouTube channels of well-known developers that create places on the Roblox website.

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List of Non-Roblox YouTubers

These YouTubers do not upload regular content covering the Roblox platform but are known to have made some videos using it as the topic.

100M+ Subscribers

1M–99M Subscribers

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There are many clickbait [1] YouTube celebrities that spread false rumors and scam younger Roblox users. An example would be the John Doe March 18 rumor, spreading rapidly by "clickbait" YouTube celebrities such as Tofuu.

It is common for clickbait YouTube celebrities to make videos that often have titles and thumbnails that allude to something that is not in the video. These people earn a lot of money from this practice, such as Kazok making up to $89,800 yearly and Dragod earning over $100K yearly. Some of the more common clickbait practices were ones related to events such as Ready Player One after fewer and fewer people began falling for hacking rumors.Youtubers like RealMatt do fake videos about popular youtubers dieing,getting hurt,"meeting him/her",etc.


Some of these have unfavorable members in their fanbases, raiding Discord servers belonging to Roblox admins, spamming things on forums, and generally being a nuisance to players. Some of these YouTubers also advertise a free Robux website which is against the Roblox Terms of Service.


There are many controversial YouTube celebrities that are controversial for other reasons. InquisitorMaster has been criticized for online dating in her videos and for scamming RAP on Roblox. Some YouTubers such as DanTDM and Denis have been met with some criticism for their hand in helping lower quality games become more popular.

November 2019 Bot Exploit Issue

On November 1-November 6, there was a Roblox employee or developer that has an unknown identity named Gerard Barkley who created a Roblox account named “Bloxiphant”. He started to steal more accounts to target YouTube celebrated by posting a false-report scam, the message “Your behavior is briefly being monitored under the Monitoring Program. If you wish to opt-out, please contact Bloxiphant via email.” (example from KreekCraft’s scam message). Every single stolen-compromised bot accounts started following this Roblox account yQxR, which also the bots are following yQxR’s primary group M U G E N which KreekCraft attempted to play M U G E N’S game. On November 6, Roblox was able to patch and fix the false-report bots to prevent this issue.

Roblox Star Creators Program

Main article: Roblox Video Stars


  1. A "clickbait" video is a video with an interesting title or thumbnail (such as "I found the FREE ROBUX chest in JAILBREAK"), but the actual video is only a gameplay video of that specific game. A good example of this is Xonnex. More information on Wikipedia.
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