Markiplier, YouTube Streamer, and gamer made famous on YouTube. With a larger than life personality, he’s gained a great deal of popularity through his YouTube content. This content is primarily video game playthroughs but there’s also the creative content such as Unus Annus, and various collaborations.
His notable game uploads are typically horror and indie games including Neverending Nightmares, Amnesia: The Dark Descent, SCP – Containment Breach, and Five Nights at Freddy’s. These games allow him to show off his personality, comedy, and his fun to watch gaming skills.
In 2017, Mark hit the goal of most influential YouTuber ranking higher than the most subscribed YouTubers, PewDiePie, and whinderssonnunes. On his channel, he’s gained more than 14 billion total video views and over 27 million subscribers. Winning the Golden Joystick Awards Best Streamer/Broadcaster in 2017 and Make-A-Wish Foundation Award Ceremony Celebrity of the Year in 2016, he’s certainly an accomplished streamer.
Fun Fact: At each milestone of 1,000,000, he publishes a milestone video to show his gratitude to his growing audience.
He shares his appreciation and the works he has coming up in the future. Because of this, and his emotional transparency, he’s known as one of the most caring YouTubers in the field.
However, the most caring YouTuber isn’t just about appreciating his fans but also his charity works. With a side of philanthropy, he hosts regular charity live streams to raise money for charities including Cincinnati Children’s Hospital. Between him and his audience, they’ve raised $1,118,645.14 in total with that number growing every month.
Fun Fact: Like many YouTubers, Mark has been involved in music throughout his life. With works such as his older outro music tracks, “Funky Outro”. He’s also sung in several other videos including “How to Beat A Monkey at Chess: THE MUSICAL”, “FNAF: The Musical Feat. Markiplier (Night 1)”, and “Five Nights at Freddy’s: The Musical – Night 2”.
Though as many of you know, we’re not here just to talk about Markiplier’s accomplishments as a YouTuber but his stardom in remixes. Taking his game plays and turning them into musical masterpieces are the artists below!
“Space is Cool” by Schmoyoho
“Space is Cool” is a heartwarming remix about space and mark’s love for it.
If you weren’t aware from listening to the song, Markiplier loves space. It captures the childlike wonder that many children and adults alike have towards space. It’s sweet that Schmoyoho captures his love of space and his overall energy.
“I’m Sleeping” by Endigo.
This is very eerie because of the horror content of the original video is a horror game where you play as a baby. Taking that into consideration with the combination of mark’s voice, this remix is that much more unnerving.
Endigo’s description under the video reads, “Enjoy this epic symphonic rock song “starring” Markimoo :D”.
“I Don’t Like This” by catface
This is a remix that speaks to every single person that has ever played Crash Bandicoot or has had to replay one level hundreds of times.
There’s a lot of adorable rage in this single remix.
“The Voice of Darkiplier” by Day by Dave
Akin to Antisepticeye, there are several alternative dark versions of YouTubers. Markiplier’s alternative self is evil Darkiplier. This video is just eerie with the deep dark voice of Darkiplier, and the rather dark and hard techno beats. Add in the background vocals with a very Gregorian chant style and you have a sinister remix.
Day by Dave explains, “SO GLAD MARK RE-UPLOADED THIS ONE!! Everyone has been asking for a Darkiplier remix and it was a very tricky one to pull off. This is more of an anthem, but I hope you guys enjoy. The speech is all from the quiet let’s play series Markiplier did.”
“Bitch, I’m fabulous” by PlayHouse
This remix is beyond adorable and fabulously confident.
While playing HuniePop, a dating simulator where the player must combine charm, intellect, and finesse to find love. This game, (and thus the remix) is a bit more adult-rated than some of the others. Though it’s a fantastic remix showing the confidence of Mark that we probably all should have.