Minecraft has been there for over a decade, while creepers, diamond axes, and Steve’s blocky head have grown commonplace. They’ve also been to YouTube, which is commemorating 1 trillion Minecraft video views today with some astounding statistics on all of the numerous creations to date. I’ve spent a lot of time viewing Minecraft live streams, construction guides. And other similar content, but even those have not yet been the most famous Minecraft videos over the last decade. The most popular Minecraft YouTube videos were not really built-in Minecraft games at the period.
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To mark the occasion, YouTube has compiled a graphic representation of all of the most popular Minecraft clips on the site since 2010. They’re divided into categories like “Survival Multiplayer,” “Survival Games,”, “Speedrun,” as well as “Role-play” & “Animation,” which I didn’t expect.
Videos of this game have gotten over 1 trillion views. They are:
- The most viewed video of this game was released by CaptainSparklez called revenge, with 270 million views.
- At the second position we have built our machine by an enchanted mob with roughly 205 million views.
- Finally at Number 3, we have our “non-music video” video. That being family vs family by Crazydek, with 180 million views.
Who would have thought that some of the most viewed videos of this game, would not even have the gameplay in them? But the most viewed video was Dream’s 3v1 manhunt finale.
While popularity varies by nation, as YouTube has proven. Animation has been the most popular category over the years, with approximately 5 billion views in both 2020 as well as 2021.
For different types of Minecraft videos, the animations label is a home. It’s the most popular of which isn’t even created in Minecraft. An animated short in which Minecraft meme cryptid Herobrine has several monster families battling to discover who is the strongest has racked up 178 million views too far.
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A clip from 2018 depicting a stick figure battling a cross-section Minecraft world has 127 million views. Evoking memories of the classic old Animator vs Animation video from my childhood. Real-life crossovers also exist, both in the form of Minecraft in real life and real-life in Minecraft.
A clip video from 2018 depicting a stick figure battling a cross-section Minecraft world has 127 million views. Evoking memories of the classic old Animator vs Animation video from my childhood. Real-life crossovers also exist, both in the form of Minecraft in real life and real-life in Minecraft.
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Then there’s the age of music videos when CaptainSparklez ruled the most popular Minecraft videos for 3 years with pop song parody and slick 3D animations fashioned after Minecraft worlds as well as characters.