Check Out My 11-Year-Old Brother’s Gaming YouTube Channel


My brother is a truly dedicated video game fan, his favorites including the Legend of Zelda series, the Kingdom Hearts series, Roblox, and Minecraft. Those of us who know him can personally attest to his propensity for sharing the finest of gaming facts.

With that in mind, I’d say it’s more than fitting that he recently started his very own gaming YouTube channel to share his passion with the world.

Two weeks ago, my brother unleashed Screenbright Gaming upon an unsuspecting gamer populace, forever altering the fabric of the YouTube landscape. His first video, aptly titled “Introduction to a new channel!!!”, served as a comprehensive guide to what viewers could expect in the near future.

“It will be about several different things…….” my brother wrote regarding his channel, “including competition, walk-throughs, let’s play videos, and information! Hope you enjoy it.”

In a move no mortal could’ve possibly predicted, the avid videographer surprise dropped a whopping four brand-new videos—covering such riveting Breath of Wild-related topics as Zora’s Domain, the spring-loaded hammer, shield rankings, and Ganon’s castle—three days ago.

“Hi, guys! Sorry it took so long, but our first video is gonna be about Zora’s Domain,” my brother said to his frenzied fans. Within mere moments of this remark, the Zelda mastermind deftly demonstrated how to find a Korok Seed in the region.

While his upload schedule may vary once the school year commences, there’s no doubt in my mind that my brother is in the process of constructing an entire media empire at the ripe age of 11 years old.

Some people call my brother a boy. I call him a living legend. Subscribe to his burgeoning YouTube channel at this link. Do it now.

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