Top 5 YouTubers

Arun Maini or MrWhoseTheBoss runs the most followed Tech YouTube channel in the UK. Arun has been featured around the globe with publications like Huffington Post, The Daily Telegraph, and BussinesInsider, all praising him for his contribution to the tech sector of YouTube. A 24-year-old economics student, MrWhoseTheBoss has gained over 3.5 million subscribers on YouTube, thanks to his detailed smartphone reviews and comparison videos.

Marques Brownlee, or as he is commonly known as “MKBHD” KB (Brownlee’s initials) and HD (for high-definition). One of the biggest names on YouTube, especially in the tech sector, Marques has been regarded as the “the best technology reviewer on the planet right now” by none other than Vic Gundotra, former Senior Vice President, Social for Google.

Jimmy Donaldson, aka MrBeast, is an American YouTuber, entrepreneur, and philanthropist. Indeed, if you look at the About tab on his channel, you see that he has raised $20,000,000 to plant 20,000,000 trees, given millions to charity, donated over 100 cars, and even gave away a private island. He is credited with pioneering the genre of videos showing expensive stunts. His videos include expensive challenge videos that reward thousands of dollars.

Emma Chamberlain is a content creator and YouTuber. Since starting her channel in 2017 the 21-year-old has broken the creator mould and become a bona fide celebrity with over 16.1 million Instagram followers and 11.8 million Youtube subscribers.

Jack Edwards is a booktuber. His videos include reading and reviewing books, sketches about working in retail or wearing glasses, and his other videos are stories about his life, random thoughts and funny stories.

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