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The current Youtuber forum tag.

The previous Official YouTuber forum tag.

The current YouTuber chat tag.

Mineplex YouTubers are players who mainly upload Mineplex-related content to their YouTube channel, and have a history of reaching a minimum of 1,000 views per video. Official YouTubers are officially sanctioned and recognized by Mineplex, and are featured on the Staff page. An Official YouTuber receives both a forum and a chat tag, while a regular YouTuber formerly only received the latter.

On December 11, 2015, Owner Strutt20 announced the YT rank, given to smaller YouTube channels.

To apply for any of the content creator ranks, YouTube, YT, Streams, you fill out this application. It will be reviewed by the Content Creator Council team and they will decide whether or not you receive the rank.

Criteria

Certain conditions must first be met in order to earn the YouTube tag. This is to establish the proficiency of a certain YouTuber in the profession, in that it caters to a wide range of audiences while also upholding various Mineplex rules.

The following is the requirements of the Java YouTube rank:

  • Have 10,000 legitimate subscribers on your YouTube channel.
  • Have a history of reaching a minimum of 1,500 views per video.
  • Be 14 years of age at the time of applying.
  • Be mature.
  • Not have a severe or long punishment history (i.e. forum bans or numerous recent in-game punishments).
  • Continue to abide by the network rules.

The following is the requirements of the Bedrock YouTube rank:

  • Have 7,000 legitimate subscribers on your YouTube channel.
  • Have a history of reaching a minimum of 1,000 views per video.
  • Be 14 years of age at the time of applying.
  • Be mature.
  • Not have a severe or long punishment history (i.e. forum bans or numerous recent in-game punishments).
  • Continue to abide by the network rules.

List of players with YouTube rank

Features of Youtube rank

Option Type Description
Anti Velocity (Hub) Preference Disables any knockback given to the player such as from Gadgets or Morphs.
Forcefield Preference Toggles whether other players are bounced away when they get too close to the player. Useful when the player is being "mobbed" by others, like when doing an intro, standing still, etc.
Vanish + Flight Preference Toggles whether other players are able to see the player. Useful when trying to be unnoticeable; completely erases the player's presence anywhere.
/youtube Game Command Unlocks all the kits for a game.
/disguise Game Command Appear as a completely different player on the network. Useful when trying to be unnoticeable.

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