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    Quote Originally Posted by Slotspert View Post
    I have known a few of the You Tubers (many started on this original forum in the late 2000's) and statistically, while it looks pretty on You Tube, most have lost a lot of money on the slots themselves over the years. It seems their merchandising and "fan club" activities brings in the revenue for their play. A few have "interesting" pasts. I have noticed that even the "big" betters have pulled back in the past few years. The edited videos, compared to the "live" ones, tend to show less of the major losses.
    can you elaborate on the "interesting pasts"?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hate2LoveSlots View Post
    can you elaborate on the "interesting pasts"?

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    I won’t name the name, but one well known slot you tuber is a convicted felon..

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    Quote Originally Posted by commanderbunbun View Post
    I won’t name the name, but one well known slot you tuber is a convicted felon..
    Your 100% correct and short of starting a "gossip" thread, the google search is an excellent way to learn about who people are, how they got there, and their pasts. I am sure everyone has some level of "interesting" pasts (good and bad), so this is not meant to be an all-inclusive remark about those that play slots as a business.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Slotspert View Post
    Your 100% correct and short of starting a "gossip" thread, the google search is an excellent way to learn about who people are, how they got there, and their pasts. I am sure everyone has some level of "interesting" pasts (good and bad), so this is not meant to be an all-inclusive remark about those that play slots as a business.
    You said it exactly correctly , Slotspert👍

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    Maybe sometimes the casino gives them play money to use. This is advertisement and good publicity for the casino. I mean the casino also lets them shoot the video as well. The Youtuber would then make money off of the video and patrons donations. No idea if this is true but possible.

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    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=WIGAmIAFdDE

    mgslots is rich. seriously, $90 a spin and won over 30k on buffalo gold. and the revenue from over 1 million views .. you gotta be making bank and have a seriously high met worth to be doing that.

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    It isnt as interesting to me to watch someone bet giant bets - but they have a lot of followers so people must like watching. Like others have said before if you're betting $100 per spin and win $1500, meh - not that exciting to watch for me.

    You can use the website socialblade.com to get an estimate of any Youtube channels earnings from Youtube. Its kinda interesting to look at.

    It shows NG Slot is estimated to make $1.8K - $28.2K per month from Youtube. Its such a big range because Youtube ad revenue isnt reliable and varies widely.

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