Uh, before we get going on this video hears me, I have a question.
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Let's get him with the video Nine years ago, I uploaded my first video onto you too.
This is what that video looked like.
It blew up.
I got millions of views and I was big right away.
Instead of 12 million views, this video had about three or four.
This is what my content actually looked like back in that day here.
And I am back with black ops with an awesome game of search and destroy.
It wasn't good.
It wasn't engaging.
It wasn't even original.
But I loved it.
So when they upload is just for me to hit even 100 subscribers and hitting 100 subscribers with huge huge for me.
And yeah, today we're gonna celebrate because I have 100 subscribers.
Oh, my pride.
It's funny looking back to that video and what I said, I obviously had big goals.
I like team.
Even that big goals, even though they might not be relevant at all.
But, uh, no, no, I don't wanna I don't want to be famous, but at that time I was 20 years old.
I was living in Sweden in a small flat.
I had just moved away from home.
I have no idea what I was doing.
I just knew I enjoyed it.
I was also studying at university at the time, industrial economics and management.
My calling in life, thanks to what I want to do.
So I decided this YouTube hobby I'll probably have to set aside because I should probably focus on my finals.
So I upload a video saying I was going on a break, but in reality, that was I was quitting.
It was was it for me?
Discount my heart be in front of, uh, that right now.
So I'm sure a lot of you I'm sure most of you will understand that on DDE I'm gonna miss you guys.
A loss, actually, which was a pretty reasonable choice to make, considering I had about five people that actually watched me during this time.
But luckily, the breakdown last line.
Just a few days later, I was back up loading videos again.
I had found what I was actually passionate about, and I wasn't ready to just let it go.
I knew that a career in YouTube was so far away.
It was more of a myth than a dream at this point, because people didn't even know if it was possible.
But it was always at the back of my mind that there was a tiny chance that this could actually happen.
I was back uploading videos and I tried out this new horror game that had just come out called amnesia, and it was scarier than anything that it didn't even compare.
Okay, welcome back.
And the top comment of this video really says it.
It it is what started it all for me, at least.
I wasn't popular as soon as I played amnesia, but for the first time that five people I watch my videos, they really enjoyed it and I could tell I was onto something and this wasn't just new for me.
It was a new thing on YouTube as well, and I have never played hard games before.
It was genuinely horrible.
I made montages and compilations of the best moments where it's really just me screaming.
They're kind of loud there, kind of obnoxious, but you got a charm to them.
Eventually I had grown 1000 subscribers, but it was also clear I have grown an audience that really cared about me.
I used to be an introvert.
And but you two really helped me open up because on the other side there was people that really appreciated the side of me that I didn't show to anyone.
At this point, I had completely failed school.
I'm sorry, Mom and Dad.
My passion was somewhere else, and I famously started selling hot dogs to sustain myself.
But I look back at this time with great memories, because I was finally pursuing my goal, my dream not selling hot dogs but making videos in my spare time.
That ISS at this time I managed to meet a girl online who later became my wife.
I won't bore you with every step of the way of the journey.
It has been long.
It had its ups and downs.
I made a lot of mistakes on the way, but I've grown.
I feel like I have atleast and I feel like I've finally coming turns with the responsibility.
I have a creator about 100 million subs too late, but you know, But the channel has done a lot of good, too.
A lot of things I'm truly proud of.
We literally raise millions of dollars to charities and I'm really proud of my audience for helping me do that.
Looking back at myself in that flight in Sweden, it's a very surreal experience I would never, ever have imagined.
This outcome beyond my wildest dreams came true 10 times over 100 times over.
I'm nine years older now.
Still awkward, a spark.
But I finally got confidence in myself.
I'm really proud of who I am today.
And instead of 100 subs we had 100 million subs.
Way did it.
I want to thank all the people I work with over the past couple of years.
You know who you are.
I want to thank the people I collaborated with.
I want to thank all the great friends I met along the way.
I want to thank my previous and current editors.
Michael Bryant side.
I want to thank my family for supporting me in doing something that I didn't even know what it was.
And I want to thank Mars there for being by my side every step of the way.
But most important, leaks.
I want to thank the gross.
I don't need to tell you about the journey you already know it.
I got a letter in the post.
What is this, like the color scheme?
It even got a ladder from Susan.
I won't read the whole thing, but it finishes with congratulations again on becoming Marcia's husband.
And please give spend a big hug from us.
Thank you, sir.
Now, if you've been on Twitter, you're seeing this already, But here it is.
Let me get this out of the way.
Oh, my God.
I've smudged it already, but, uh, purify.
Congratulations on passing 100 million subscribers on a lot of people.