Official YouTuber forum tag (current)

The current Official YouTuber forum tag.

YouTuber chat tag (current)

The current YouTuber chat tag.

Mineplex YouTubers are players who mainly upload Mineplex-related content to their YouTube channel, and receive an average of at least 15,000 views on one week-old videos. Official YouTubers are officially sanctioned and recognized by Mineplex, and are featured on the Staff page. An Official YouTuber receives both a forum and a chat tag, while a regular YouTuber formerly only received the latter.

YT forum tag (current)

The current YT rank forum tag.

On December 11th, 2015, Leader Strutt20 announced the YT rank, given to smaller YouTube channels.


The Current YT Chat Tag

Criteria Edit

Certain conditions must first be met in order to earn the different YouTube tags. This is to establish the proficiency of a certain YouTuber in the profession, in that it caters to a wide range of audiences while also upholding various Mineplex rules.

The YouTuber rank generally follows donor rank rewards. The Official YouTube rank is reserved for top YouTubers, who are picked at the discretion of the Leadership Team.[1]

Rank Average views (per one week-old videos) Additional requirements
YT rank 1000
  • The channel must have at least 5 videos with good quality and moral standards, all recorded on the Mineplex server within the last six months.
  • The owner of channel must be at least 14 years old (formerly 16).
  • The owner of channel must have a good history on Mineplex.
  • After receiving the rank, the owner of the channel must upload at least two Mineplex-related videos per month with good quality.
  • You must have a minimum of 2,000 subscribers.
YouTube rank 15,000

List of players with the Official YouTube rank Edit

List of players with the regular YouTube rank Edit

List of players with the YT rank Edit

Kreekcraft, Mrs.Samantha.

Edits pending: assigned to RobbinK

Options Edit

Option Type Description
Anti Velocity (Hub) Preference Disables any knockback given to the player such as from Gadgets or Morphs.
Forcefield Preference Toggles whether other players are bounced away when they get too close to the player. Useful when the player is being "mobbed" by others, like when doing an intro, standing still, etc.
Vanish + Flight Preference Toggles whether other players are able to see the player. Useful when trying to be unnoticeable; completely erases the player's presence anywhere.
/youtube Game Command Unlocks all the kits for a game.

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