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Video Victory: Top 10 Marvel Mobile Game YouTubers (#24)

By Sida Li on March 12, 2021 at 1:46 PM ET


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A shakeup brings three creators back into the top 10 - including one leaping straight to top 4!


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Each month, Lootcakes ranks the top YouTubers in three popular Marvel mobile games (Contest of Champions, Future Fight, and Strike Force) and highlights their notable recent content for your viewing pleasure. This edition covers the month ending 3/6.


#9 (Tie): Jason Voorhees
Last Month's Ranking: #11 (Tie)

Jason Voorhees returns to our top 10! Fun fact: He and KT1 both reentered the upper echelon after tying for 11th place last period. Since we last checked in, Jason has shot past the 30k YouTube subscriber milestone. See below for his most popular Marvel Contest of Champions upload, a guide to easily defeating Mangog.



#9 (Tie): Karatemike415

Last Month's Ranking: #7 (Tie)
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This period marks Karatemike415's second ever (and second consecutive) top 10 finish. Mike's YouTube channel is closing in on five million total views and his first Marvel Contest of Champions upload dates back 1.5 years ago. Check out the video below to watch him participate in the Women's Day Boss Rush. 



#8: KT1

Last Month's Ranking: #11 (Tie)

KT1 returns to our top 10 after a one-period absence! This marks his seventh-ever top 10 appearance. KT1 has uploaded over a hundred Marvel Contest of Champions videos during the current period. The most recent one to break 10k views - found below - is an Alliance War Season 24 reward opening video.



#6 (Tie): Prof Hoff

Last Month's Ranking: #6

Mindblowing stat: Prof Hoff has uploaded about 200 Marvel Contest of Champions videos during the current period - averaging more than six per day! No other top 10 finisher came close to his output. As of writing, Prof Hoff's most popular upload in March (found below) is a discussion of the changes to the Tier 2 Alpha Catalyst Market.



#6 (Tie): Cynicalex
Last Month's Ranking: #4

Cynicalex has been advocating for a Shadowland shop in Marvel Future Fight, and judging by this Twitter poll his followers wholeheartedly agree. According to this recent tweet, Cynicalex also has his eye on the upcoming Marvel Future Revolution mobile game (and so do we!). In the video below, he takes the most-liked viewer suggestion from a previous video. 



#5: Lagacy
Last Month's Ranking: #3

Among our top 10 creators, Lagacy posts the most Marvel Contest of Champions Alliance War content. Season 24 of Alliance War recently ended and Season 25 is right around the corner. Watch below for Lagacy's recap of his alliance's 10th war during Season 24. 



#4: Khasino


Khasino is the first of two Marvel Strike Force content creators ranked in our top 10. This period, he returned to the upper echelon after experiencing strong YouTube subscriber growth - the third highest among our top 10. Khasino's most popular recent upload (found below) is an Elite Orb opening video that includes his first-ever Elite 7 Orb.



#3: MobileGamer


MobileGamer, A.K.A. OhEmGee, extends his title of highest-ranked Marvel Strike Force creator for the eighth consecutive period. He recently conducted a poll asking Twitch viewers what they thought of the Real Time Arena. The overwhelming results can be found here. See below for MobileGamer's latest monthly ranking of the top 10 best characters in MSF.



#2: ContestChampion
Last Month's Ranking: #2

Judging by this tweet, Season 24 of MCoC's Alliance Wars was a doozy for ContestChampion and his alliance, who were trying to maintain a top 3 spot. ContestChampion's recent uploads are primarily focused around Arena and Incursions. See below for his comprehensive Incursions Zone 20 push guide.



#1: Seatin Man of Legends

Seatin Man of Legends has ruled the Marvel mobile game throne for half a year! This period, he led our top 10 ranked creators in both new YouTube subscribers and video views. Speaking of half years, Seatin is on pace to reach the 300k Youtube subscriber milestone by the midpoint of 2021. See below for his guide to clearing the International Women's Day Boss Rush.



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For a more detailed breakdown on the top content creators in this edition, take a look at the table below. Click the table to enlarge.



Scoring System:

Each edition, we begin by compiling a list of the top 20 Marvel Contest of Champions, Future Fight, and Strike Force YouTubers (in the English language) based on their most-viewed new upload (during the current period) related to any of these games. To qualify, at least 75% of their videos in related games (during the current period) must contain self-created gameplay or game-related commentary (i.e. created directly by the YouTuber as opposed to clips sourced from third parties).

Creators from the above list are then awarded 0-100 points in each of two categories: (1) total views of their newly uploaded YouTube videos related to these games, and (2) new YouTube subscribers. The data from these categories is sourced from YouTube and Social Blade (socialblade.com). Points are calculated according to the following steps:

(1) For each category, total points available are calculated by multiplying 100 by a fraction: the total number of creators active on the relevant platform (numerator) divided by the total number of creators on the list (denominator). 'Active' in the New YouTube Subscribers category refers to creators who uploaded at least one related game video AND generated 100 or more subscribers during the current period. 'Active' in the New YouTube Views category refers to creators who uploaded at least one related game video during the current period. For example, if 18 of 20 creators are considered 'Active' in the New YouTube Subscribers category, then 90 points are available in that category (i.e. 18/20 = .9 x 100 = 90). 

(2) Points awarded to a creator in each category are then calculated by multiplying the results of step (1) by a fraction: the creator's individual performance in that category (numerator) divided by the total performance of all creators on the list in that category (denominator). Continuing the example from (1), a creator with 100,000 New YouTube Subscribers out of 1,000,000 from all ranked creators on the list would receive 9 points in that category (i.e. 100,000/1,000,000 = .1 x 90 = 9).

(3) Points calculated from each category are then totaled to determine the creator's final score.


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