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Top YouTube Videos And Creators In 2021 Revealed

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BY December 12, 2021

There’s a streaming service for everyone nowadays. Major networks and production studios churn out content nearly daily. Still, it pales in comparison to the content uploaded every day to YouTube. Millions and millions of viewers log on to the platform every single day. From gaming and music to sports highlights and vloggers, there’s something for everyone on YouTube. Not surprisingly, some of the top creators on YouTube in 2021 also made the most popular videos of the year. Here’s a full list of the best content according to number of viewers and subscribers.

What Were the Top YouTube Videos and Creators for 2021?

Top YouTube Videos and Creators in 2021 Image Credit: MrBeast on YouTube

Over the course of 2021, a lot of our favorite creators made the top 10. From mainstream phenomenons like MrBeast to gaming icons like Dream and Dude Perfect, it’s a diverse top 10 when looking at the top YouTube videos for 2021. Here’s the list for this year’s top videos:

Top YouTube Videos in 2021:

  1. MrBeast: I Spent 50 Hours Buried Alive

  2. Dream: Minecraft Speedrunner VS 5 Hunters

  3. Mark Rober: Glitterbomb Trap Catches Phone Scammer (who gets arrested)

  4. NFL: The Weeknd’s FULL Pepsi Super Bowl LV Halftime Show

  5. CoryxKenshin: Friday Night Funkin’ KEEPS GETTING BETTER AND BETTER (Part 2)

  6. Dhar Mann: Kids MAKE FUN OF Boy With AUTISM, They Instantly Regret It 

  7. America’s Got Talent: Golden Buzzer: Nightbirde’s Original Song Makes Simon Cowell Emotional 

  8. Biden Inaugural Committee: The Inauguration of Joe Biden and Kamala Harris | Jan. 20th, 2021

  9. Forge Labs: I Spent 100 Days in a Zombie Apocalypse in Minecraft… Here’s What Happened

  10. Dude Perfect: Game Night Stereotypes

It’s interesting looking at the Top YouTube Videos and Creators in 2021 all together. You can see from the list that two videos alone feature a single game: Minecraft. It’s 2021 and a game that released in 2011 is still topping the charts in terms of video creators. It’s not a surprise, however, seeing as Minecraft sales and player count aren’t slowing down. Also not all that surprising is the fact that MrBeast tops the entire list. The creator is always upping his game and pushing the limits of what’s possible on the platform. He also tops this list of the top creators on YouTube in 2021:

Top YouTube Creators in 2021:

  1. MrBeast (75.7 subscribers)

  2. Dhar Mann (13.6M subscribers)

  3. SSSniperWolf (30.2M subscribers)

  4. CoryxKenshin (11.7M subscribers)

  5. Dream (27.2M subscribers)

  6. TommyInnit (11.2M subscribers)

  7. Mark Rober (20.4 subscribers)

  8. Kallmekris (4.24M subscribers)

  9. Technoblade (9.4M subscribers)

  10. The Royalty Family (15.4M subscribers)

Check Out The Top YouTube Videos And Creators In 2021

You can watch all of the trending videos on YouTube at their dedicated Trends page. If you had a favorite video from this year, then let us know what it is in the comments. Thanks for reading Comic Years for all things comics and pop culture!

Featured Image Credit: Dream on YouTube

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Taylor is the Gaming Editor of Comic Years and a lifelong fan of video games. He holds two degrees in Political Communication and wrote a Master's Thesis on resistance movements, race, and the exploitation of college athletes. His wife and two Toy Australian Sheppards keep him sane.


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