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The Best Web3 Gaming YouTube Channels to Look Into Right Now

by Alan ShteynbergMarch 31st, 2023
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Are you planning on getting into Web3 gaming but you just don’t know where to start? Web3 in general is a very disparate ecosystem, and has been created that way by design. I have compiled the complete and only list of Web3 gaming YouTube channels that you’ll ever need to get started gaming and trading within fun and immersive worlds.
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Are you planning on getting into Web3 gaming but you just don’t know where to start? Web3 in general is a very disparate ecosystem, and has been created that way by design.


Because Web3 gaming is still in its infancy, it can tricky at times to find the information and games that you’re looking for; but luckily your knack for resourcefulness has found the treasure trove you needed.


I have compiled the complete and only list of Web3 gaming YouTube channels that you’ll ever need to get started gaming and trading within fun and immersive worlds.

The Complete List of Web3 Gaming YouTube Channels

Below are all of the Web3 gaming YouTube channels that our team relies on to help us assess and review games in-depth. These Web3 gaming channels have withstood the test of time and are tried and true when it comes to game reviews, gameplay videos, and their associated commentary.

The list below is sorted in alphabetical order by name of the YouTube channel.


It’s important to also note that none of these YouTube channel hosts are providing any financial advice, and it’s always a good idea to “Do Your Own Research” (DYOR).

Classy Games

Classy Games is as charismatic as he is informative and is known for his in-depth Web3 game reviews. He has been actively hosting on YouTube since 2022 and has since amassed quite the following, accruing over 16,000 subscribers and over 300,000 total views.


It’s no surprise that Classy Gaming is highly recommended in many Discord Servers, as his detailed gaming commentary keeps his audience highly engaged and inspired.

Griffin Park

Griffin Park is the newest and smallest YouTube channel by subscriber and view count, however, his ability to be forthright with his audience has earned him a place on our list.


Unlike many YouTubers who are constantly bragging about their gaming investment earnings, Griffin was kind enough to shed some light on the other side of the story by disclosing some of the mistakes that he made with his investments, and how you could potentially avoid making those very same mistakes.


Because Griffin Park goes against the grain and is in many ways a contrarian in the industry, he has been able to generate over 16,000 total views across all of his videos. This channel is still a fledgling, but being an early adopter never hurt anyone.

On Chain Gaming

On Chain Gaming is one of the first Web3 gaming channels. In the past few years, the host of On Chain Gaming, Jake, has been able to amass over 100,000 subscribers who tune-in every week to learn more about the latest Web3 games that have been released.


Jake’s no frills approach to providing the latest tips and tricks. While Jake is by no means a financial advisor, he’s been able to successfully trade his way to the top of the Web3 Play-to-Trade, with over $1 million in earnings.


Jake is also capable of balancing hype with fud, and he tends to tell it like it is. If certain Web3 games are a bust, then Jake will call them out on their faults and shortcomings; no questions asked.

The Crypto Herd

The Crypto Herd is a newer Web3 gaming YouTube channel that has already garnered over 2,000 subscribers and over 120,000 views. The channel is at the forefront of gameplay and commentary videos featuring some of the best Web3 gaming titles such as Spider Tanks, Undead Blocks, and many more.


Bruno is the host of the channel and he is as hilarious as he is charismatic. By using the latest gaming terminology in contexts you’d least expect, his over-the-top commentary is not only informative but is also very entertaining and even hysterical at times. Anyone with a good sense of humor will undoubtedly prefer to watch this YouTube channel over some of the others on the list.

Thirdweb

Thirdweb takes a different approach to Web3 games. Instead of reviewing games like most other hosts, the team at Thirdweb focuses on building mobile and PC Web3 games. Their audience mainly consists of mobile and web app developers, but gamers and laymen alike shouldn’t shy away from their channel.


Having an understanding of some of the technology that underlies Web3 games can give even the most casual gamers an edge over their competition. Sean, Joaquim, and the rest of the Thirdweb team have decades of development experience at their side, and are a trusted source of intel when it comes to understanding the technical aspect of some of the most commonly played games.


Their premium content is top-notch and it doesn’t go unnoticed. Within just 12 months of joining YouTube, they have garnered over 6,500 loyal subscribers and have racked up nearly 250,000 total views.

Web3 Gaming

Web3 Gaming isn’t the largest channel on our list, but it is one of the most thorough when it comes to reviewing the best Web3 games in the industry.


Web3 Gaming is spearheaded by Payton who is also the original founder of Wolves DAO, a Web3 gaming guild that is known for having one of the most active and loyal Web3 gaming communities ever.


Ever since launching the Web3 Gaming channel one year ago, Payton has been able to amass over 7,000 subscribers and has garnered over 120,000 total views.

Web3 Gaming YouTube Channels Recap

The six aforementioned Web3 gaming channels are currently the best that YouTube has to offer. Regularly viewing the Web3 gaming news and updates will likely put you in the best possible position for gaming success.


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