Top 5 Australian YouTubers you should know about

The following YouTubers are some of the coolest, focusing on the, gaming and everything else that make our world go round as tech heads.

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All over the world, people have taken to YouTube to create lives for themselves as reviewers, comedians, and personalities in their own world, and Australia is no different from the rest of us.

The following YouTubers are some of the coolest, focusing on the, gaming and everything else that make our world go round as tech heads.

Check out the top 5 Australian tech YouTubers below:

1. Elly Awesome: Ally is an entertainer whose channel focuses on app and gadget reviews, food tasting and lifestyle content. She has been operating her channel since 2010 and in August last year, she got selected by the BBC to co-host a children’s show, Technobabble.

2. ChampChong: This channel is run by Alen Catak and it currently has close to 700,000 subscribers. It covers gaming news and play-throughs with an Australian twist. His fans even call themselves the “ChampChong Army.”

3. ZiggyD: If you are a casual tech lover, this may not be for you. Whilst ChampChong takes a much lighter approach at games, ZiggyD has no time for such. This channel is almost completely dedicated to strategies for games like Starcraft, Diablo and many others so if you are a serious gamer, there is most likely something in there for you.

4. Blunty: This channel strikes a good balance between the light-hearted material on ChamChong and the seriously nerdy stuffs on ZiggyD. Blunty’s channel contains gameplay videos, skits and some photography as well, posting some in-depth camera reviews along with video game trivia.

5. HowToBasic: While this channel is not strictly tech, it is still seriously popular. HowToBasic is aimed at informing people on how to live life easily. The channel has more than 5 million subscribers but the man behind the account, which is responsible for educating so many people, is yet to show his face.

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