Who's your favorite content creator? (YouTube Channel, Blogger, Podcaster, Social Media poster...)

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I think my two favorite ways to enjoy board game content is the Shut Up & Sit Down podcast. Matt and Quinns are both great writers and I think that quality shines through the podcast medium more than videos. I think Take Your Chits is my favorite YouTube channel in the space since I'm not really the type to watch How to Play videos or long form reviews. His skits and rants are just great entertainment as a board gamer in general.

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New User29 days ago

Not to toot our own horn, but my wife and I just started a channel earlier this summer where we do reviews from the perspective a gamer (myself) trying to find games to play with a non-gamer (my wife). We try to do a humorous intro as well. Appreciate any thoughts on our content! www.youtube.com/c/love2hate

Supporter29 days ago

I really enjoy Quakalope.  I'm sure this is influenced by the fact that #Root featured heavily in his early vidoes.  I also appreciate that there is a still a strong amatuer down to earth feel to his stuff so far.  I'm not as into the big time "professional" lately.

29 days ago

Rahdo was my go to for the longest time when I first started. Then I became enamored with the BGG "GameNight!" series. Sucks that the current pandemic situation has slowed them down because I really enjoy their teaches and playthroughs.

29 days ago

I could never narrow it down to one!
I've recently discovered Jan Bigas (Quackalope Goose) and Quackalope. I love their content and the community they are building.
 
Martin Gonzalvez & Doc Viglietti are doing a wonderful job with content and community building with Martin’s Print and Play Hideaway.

Rodney Smith, SUSD, One Stop Co-op Shop, and Tom Teaches are all awesome.

I could keep going! There are so many wonderful content creators!

 

Supporter29 days ago

I do love Rodney for how to vidoes.

19 months ago

Heavy Cardboard; without a doubt. I really enjoy the live-streams they do. The teaches are usually top notch, and it’s a great way to supplement reading the rules. 

I’m currently watching a play through of The Gallerist in pieces - I watch a bit here and there while holding one of our sleeping children ha!

Supporter29 days ago

I love SU&SD, NPI, and Paula Deming but my favourite, and most underrated, is Inside the Box.  Amazing video reviews that just don't get enough credit for their creativity and quality.

29 days ago

SUSD and 3MBG are my favourite sources to check and the only channels I watch every review.

I consider watching complete play-throughs a waste of time but if I want an extensive description of a game, I watch the random search resultson youtube :)

 

19 months ago

I don't have one anymore for boardgames. It has been interesting seeing the NLSS play Sheriff of Nottingham and Four Souls though.

19 months ago

Shut Up and Sit down are great. I don't watch many board game shows but Funhaus's "Board as Hell" series is pretty entertaining to go through.