You may will be familiar with Michou. The real name is Miguel Jean-Jacques Mattioli. According to the research, he was born on October 2, 2001. Now, Michou is 18 years old. He is a gaming youtuber who plays video games, especailly Fortnite. On March 8, 2015, he started his channel on Five Nights At Freddy’s 2. Michou started his channel with fairly diverse podcasts on a regular basis.
When his channel started to develop, he decided to change lanes and launched into gaming, especially with Clash Royale, a game which can make himself known in the future like LeBouseuh. On April 17, 2018, his channel reach half a million subscribers, just after a defeat with the rocket launcher during Fortnite game. On his video, he uses different plush characters that he names Bobby (born January 1, 1969), Bobby’s father (born December 31, 1968) and Bobbynette (born April 1, 2018). Later, on March 12, 2019, it passed the milestone of 2 million subscribers. In fact, Michou was very close with LeBouseuh.
Michou started on Clash Royale, making opening packs for subscribers or simply making wacky videos about the game. Based on the research, on October 26, 2017, it passed the 50,000 subscriber mark. In about 5 months, Michou reached the quintuplet of what he did in two years. We get information that in January 2018, he announced that he officially stopped Clash Royale on his channel because he was fed up with the game and the aspect of the videos which he made on it (especially with the opening packs that kept repeating).
Aside from that, Michou also does a lot of lives (almost every night) on YouTube, in duo with LeBouseuh Gaming, Inoxtag , Kawaboumga, and even with Robi62 and LeFouBruiteur or Seinhor9. On July 28, 2018, it passed the milestone of one million subscribers during a live broadcast. He is also celebrating his seventhty 17th birthday live on Fortnite on October 2, 2018. On January 13, 2019, Michou started on his channel a series of lives on Fortnite named “Croûton Game Show” with different guests. He obtained his ES baccalaureate with a grade of “fairly good”.
In addition, here in this article,we are going to talk about some top Fortnite YouTubers. Here are they:
Since Fortnite’s launch, Ninja has blown up on both YouTube and Twitch. Currently, he has 14,700,000 followers on Twitch, and 22,400,000 million subscribers on YouTube.
The videos of TBNRFrag are always different unlike the repetition trap. The channel uploads fairly decently. Usually, 2 to 3 videos a week with a runtime around 18-20 minutes.
McCreamy is one of top Fortnite Youtubers. His videos are one of the highest quality out there. McCreamy’s videos are well edited and are almost never complete gameplays.
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His video content is highly educational, and aims to share interesting tricks that can be used in the game to unexpectedly outplay enemies.
Fe4Rless has some of the best content out in the Fortnite YouTube space. All of Fe4RLess’s content contains the great players from a collection of different fights.