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KU film graduates' YouTube channel "Gaming Wildlife" satirizes gaming culture

Thursday, December 3, 2015

'Gaming Wildlife' creators

Shoshana Rose, Ian Weaver and Daniel Suffield are just like any other KU film graduates. They have dreams of making big time movies; they have experience working on local indie films, but one thing sets them apart.

They run a YouTube channel with over 100,000 subscribers: Gaming Wildlife

Gaming Wildlife is a web series hosted on YouTube that features satirical takes on gaming culture. Over the past few years, the channel has garnered over 13 million views across all of its videos, while some of its more popular videos have reached a million views alone.

"Getting this many people to follow our channel is a huge deal because there's not a whole lot of people here in the Midwest that have been able to pull something off like this," Weaver said. "For me, this is the most successful thing I've ever been a part of."  Read more.

 



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