BILLY MITCHELL is history's most famous video game player. Proclaimed the Video Game Player of the Century at the 1999 Tokyo Game Show, Billy has enjoyed a remarkable career that included history's first perfect score on Pac-Man and appearing in the 1982 LIFE magazine photograph that featured the video game superstars of the golden age. Famous the world over as the iconic creator of Rickey's World Famous Sauce, Billy is based in Hollywood, Florida and is the co-creator of the annual Kong Off (the official Donkey Kong World Championship). After starring in two major films: The King of Kong: A Fistful of Quarters and Chasing Ghosts: Beyond the Arcade, Billy has gone on to appear in over a dozen video game documentary projects.
TeamFourStar - Christopher Zito
Cartoonist and illustrator by trade, Chris Zito has had a hand in motion graphics, comics, animation, game development and other forms of digital media that need a goofy cartoon sprinkled here and there. Zito's hand at TFS include DMing for TFS at the Table, Various Voice Work, Storyboarding and Hosting Bargain Barrel.
Alongside his work on TFS’ gaming channel, you can find Zito on Twitch hosting a variety of indie games, tabletop homebrewing creation and streaming art commissions.
TeamFourStar - William Grant Smith
Known prominently as Grant, he's a member of TeamFourStar who primarily contributes his personality to the TFS Gaming branch. When he's not busy being handsome and smart, you can typically find him being 100% correct on all things related to Pokémon and being the most competent Dark Souls player in the company. He's also a writer, voice actor, and manager of the TFS Gaming channel for the company.
TeamFourStar - Kirran Somerlade
Kirran Somerlade is a cinnamon roll covered in hot sauce and packed with salt. A world record speedrunner and a master-class orator, he plays the esteemed role of the World Tournament Announcer in Dragon Ball Z Abridged, and appears in many of their parodies and reviews. He's also co-written multiple episodes of Dragon Ball Z Abridged and a few movie, specials, and one-offs, all thanks to that precious, valuable, and extensively versatile English Degree.
He thinks he can play the guitar, speak Japanese, and make the yucks. If you've heard of a Kirran on the Internet, it's might just be him.
TeamFourStar - Tyler "Koisplay" Coy
Tyler “Koisplay” Coy is a mysterious entity that formed from the latent psychic potentials manifesting in the greater Dallas-Fort Worth metropolitan area. Turns out he’s good with a camera, so now he does video production for clients like TeamFourStar and dope cosplay photography at events like this one. Check out his stuff at bit.ly/koisplay!
TeamFourStar - Brian Olvera
A member of TeamFourStar’s DnD series TFS at the Table, as Morgan Strong, Co-Hosting alongside Chris Zito in the indie video game showcase series Bargain Barrel. Brian is also a professional voice actor with 5 years of experience from various shows such as Dragonball Super as Shosa, and Cid Highwind from TeamFourStar’s Final Fantasy 7 Machinabridged, to AAA video games including multiple roles in Borderlands 3, & Hi-Rez’s Paladins.
You may know me as one of my characters; The raging and lisping "Francis", the southern redneck "Jessy" or maybe you just know me as me; Boogie2988. Gamer, vlogger, armchair philosopher and all around (and I do mean round) kinda guy.
Creepy Pasta is the new Urban Legend. Horror stories and experiences from around the internet are crawling out of the wood work and coming to your ears from one specific voice. MrCreepyPasta, horror story teller of YouTube, is a well known voice for such famous horror characters such as Jeff the Killer, Smile.Dog and Eyeless Jack. He started 6 year ago and over that time the Creepy Pasta narrators have grown exponentially over the years to becoming a staple in the YouTube community and in the horror genre with over 1.2 million subscribers.
Since the creation of the channel, he has moved into voice acting. He has made small appearances in anime as well as taking the genre to new highest, MrCreepyPasta has produced 2 Creepy Pasta Collection Anthologies that have broken the top 50 Horror Anthologies on amazon and 1 successfully kickstarted comic book title.
SpyCakes is a YouTuber who focuses on Creative and Survival games while having fun with friends. Most of the time it's a complete mess but it's great fun!
Camodo Gaming is a YouTuber who plays sandbox and creative game! He's been creating videos with friends starting around 2016 and has been regretting his life choices since then.
Chadtronic reviews toys, vintage VHS home entertainment, and televised media of varying genres in a retrospective and comedic manner. Chadtronic's YouTube series pays heavy tribute to 90s pop culture, style, and humor. Noteworthy appearances include voice acting in several animated web series and appearing on Polaris: Player Select on Disney XD.
After gaining a degree in International Relations, studying abroad, and spending two years in the Japan Exchange and Teaching Program, Gaijin Goombah decided to devote his Internet career to teaching multiculturalism through the medium of video games and anime. His list of internet projects include Culture Shock, formally on Game Theorists channel, Which Ninja, and a brand new series, Yokai Hunters! Gaijin Goombah has devoted his YouTube career to teaching others culture in video games and anime. Proving that geek life can actually help you understand the world we live in!
Beautiful O.B is a Kid Friendly Youtuber with More Energy than Goku. Specializes in Lego and Creative themed games with a touch of zombies. He has been doing videos and streaming since 2009 but gained success in 2016 in his Brick Rigs Series. He is often caught saying he has a huge brain and large muscles, but he’s also been caught lying.
“Pixel Dan” Eardley is a reviewer, reporter, and all-around toy enthusiast. Growing up in the 1980’s and 1990’s, Dan enjoyed a variety of popular toys including He-Man and the Masters of the Universe, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Ghostbusters, and many more. Through his popular videos on his YouTube channel, with over 250,000 subscribers, Dan shares his enthusiasm for the toy collecting hobby with the world. Dan has also recently authored the book The Toys of He-Man and the Masters of the Universe, an official toy guide coming from Dark Horse Books in Summer 2020!
Jordan Fringe is mainly known for how many other YouTube channels he
edits content for but now has grown a following all his own with
celebrating all things Pokémon. From opening Pokémon cards to show
casing rare and obscure Pokémon Collectibles, you can tell Jordan has
been a true fan of Pokémon since the 90’s!
Wood Hawker is an eccentric Australian (but living in America) video game orientated content creator. You can find his reviews and random stupidity on the YouTube channel, Beatemups. Come for the games but stay for the... I dunno, accent?
Heavily focused on everything Nintendo, reviewing almost everything Switch he can get his hands on. Although his channel covers everything across gaming, from the classic NES all the way to newest PS4 & Xbox One.
Whether you are looking for reviews, gaming discussions, vlogs, fanmail unboxings, skits, top 10 lists, podcasts, clickbait or awkward humor, he has you covered.
YouTuber Shesez runs the series called Boundary Break, where he takes us above and beyond the set boundaries of video games. With his help we can see those areas of games that were never meant to be more than scenery or decoration. Over the years he has transformed the series into a educational program to help understand developer secrets and techniques.
The Game Chasers
Billy and Jay make up the dynamic game collecting team known as The Game Chasers. Their mission: to scour the land far and wide to uncover gaming treasures of old. Whether it be gaming stores, flea markets, thrift stores, or even peoples attics, they search out retro games and have a blast while doing it. In 2011 they decided to put their adventures on YouTube and became an instant hit.
The Frustrated Gamer
The Frustrated Gamer is a kid friendly YouTuber who plays anything he can get his hands on! His desire to have fun is high, his energy and positive attitude is even higher, but sadly his gaming skills are lower than a block of bedrock in Minecraft (which he once spent 30 minutes trying to mine).
The Taffeta Darling is a nostalgic 80s baby obsessed with pop culture: cartoons, Kurt Russell, old music, cult classic movies, Bronze Age comics and video games. She hosts and produces the YouTube channel FANGIRLS. She has traveled from Denver to NYC to host and MC a plethora of geek soirées including most recently, the Weird Science 30th Anniversary.
When not working, Taffeta enjoy lounging around in her pajamas cuddling her pets.
"Comic" Drake McWhorter
Drake McWhorter is a member of The Weekly Pull, and a former member of ScrewAttack. He's the creator of the hit shows Smash History, Crossover, Unpopular Gaming Opinions and runs the ComicDrake channel. If it's nerdy, he's a fan. Oh, and did we mention that he's a snappy dresser?
DreamcastGuy is a lover of all things gaming. Ever since he first held a controller in his hands, he knew that he would dedicate his life to video games. From the oldest, obscure consoles to the latest games hitting store shelves. Everything is fun for him to play. He has grown popular on YouTube for his reviews of the newest games and his show Top 10 Thursday, where he examines all the most interesting parts of gaming history.
8-bit Eric started playing video games at the age of four when his older brother bought a Sega Master System. From there he was instantly hooked on playing with anything he could get his hands on. Shortly after, his life was forever changed when he received his own NES for Christmas and the rest is history. In 2010, Eric decided to start a video game review show on YouTube called The 8-bit Eric Show, since then he decided to start collecting video games again and became friends with many other gamers in the YouTube community.
Scott, also known as Scottsquatch, runs the YouTube channel JHMDF and films the show Video Game Sellers. His channel also features weekly garage sale hunting videos, tips for collecting, and tour videos from his travels while working for the band Korn. A gamer since the age of three, he has built up a collection of over 3,500 games and systems. He's tall, he's hairy, he loves video games... he's Scottsquatch.
Award winning cosplayer and crafter Stina Glitters has been an active cosplayer since 2013 and is now a full time working artist in the field. In 2015 she paired up with Taffeta Darling to join and co-host The Fangirls of Dallas. Together they spread the joys and chaos of fandoms every week!
Some of her interests (addictions) include: Batman, Overwatch, Snes, rubber ducks, glitter (obviously) and beef jerky. Just don't ask her what happened to her video game collection.
Okchief420 loves everything video games. He plays, collects, hunts, anything and everything to find old games. He is best known for his GameStop Dumpster Diving series, where he finds all sorts of free items tossed away by the game store. Along with his best friend, Will, he also does food reviews as The Food Chasers.
Sarah Bellum first dipped her toes in the waters of cosplay while attending her first convention in 2014 after thoroughly enjoying piecing together geek-themed costumes for her family each Halloween. Known for putting her own spin on canon costumes, her natural flair and sense of style shines through in her work. She has successfully painted her femme Wolverine as pin-up and sent Dark Phoenix to the prom, with surprising and lovely results. Sarah has also put her talents and good nature to work by volunteering with Heroic Inner Kids and has given her time to the after-school Geek and Fandom club at her daughter's school. Sarah was also the originator and organizer of the now annual Cosplay Prom in Dallas, Texas, giving cosplay folks an opportunity to dress-up in both costume and formal wear to dance the night away!