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CallMeCarson

Carson King, better known online as CallMeCarson (formerly TheBlueCrewPros), is an American YouTuber, comedian, Twitch streamer, and gamer who creates videos with his friends, typically recording themselves on Discord or in a video game such as Minecraft.


source: Instagram


On his thirteenth birthday, May 10, 2012, Carson started his YouTube channel. His videos titled ‘DeviantArt is NOT Safe’ and ‘Invading Discord Servers’ helped him gain popularity. When he and cscoop founded the Minecraft multiplayer event SMPLive, his popularity grew even more. Additionally, he founded the clothing line Pool Hall and the YouTube channel Lunch Club.


Personal Information


NameCarson King
Profile NameCallMeCarson
DOB (Age)May 10, 1999 (age 23)
DOJ (YouTube)May 10th, 2012
Total Videos60
Schedule/Status1-2 videos every 2-3 months
Net Worth$306.47 thousand
NationalityAmerican
ResidenceIndiana


Social media statistics


PlatformFollowers/Subscribers
YouTube 2.84 million
Twitch 1.2 million
Instagram 1.6 million
TikTok958,200
Twitter1.2 million


Career


Under the username bluecreepers1, Carson uploaded his first video in 2011 with the title ‘Minecraft Multiplayer Adventures-Episode 1:Awesome’. Carson ran this channel, which had 26 videos, along with some friends he had at the time. Their last video was uploaded on November 25, 2011.


To replace his previous channel, Carson started uploading videos to GamerCraft157 on November 29, 2011. The 69 videos featured games like Minecraft, Terraria, Happy Wheels, Skyrim, and Portal, among others. On May 7, 2012, the channel’s final video was posted. To entice PewDiePie to subscribe to it, Carson made a second account called Falcon Lover on September 8, 2011.


“Crazy Torch!” is the first video uploaded by Carson on his channel. In the video, he shows a torch he found while exploring the world of Minecraft.


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The debut of Carson’s new single-player series was the first video uploaded to the channel “iceboxSP” (currently known as icebox Carson) on July 8, 2012 (following the creation of the channel CallMeCarson). The last video on this channel was released on March 16, 2013. All of Carson’s subsequent videos would be produced for his primary channel, TheBlueCrewPros. On his birthday in 2014, he launched CarsonSucksAtGames, a separate gaming channel where he planned to post Let’s Plays and montages. However, the channel only produced four videos at that time.


SMP Live is a season of a Minecraft Survival Multiplayer Series that Carson and many other streamers launched on his Twitch channel in March 2019. Livestreaming would be required throughout the entire game for all participants. A hit system was also available on the server, allowing viewers to donate to have a streamer kill or prank any other player of their choosing.


Many streamers participated in this series, including twomad, cscoop, and AntVenom.


His second channel, CallMeCarsonLIVE, has received some of the streams’ snippets. On December 31, 2019, a server finale took place, and it continued into January 1, 2020. The server whitelist was turned off, and the server IP was made available to the general public after midnight. Later, the server was shut down.


Carson started a podcast called the UNZIPPED Podcast in which, “Four people under the age of 20 talk about topics you don’t really care about.” The “Goop Squad” posted four videos before changing the podcast’s name to “Goopcast”, delisting its four earlier episodes and publishing five new ones. They are also on Soundcloud using this name. It was later temporarily renamed “Fart Club” and then officially renamed “Lunch Club” due to trademark issues with the name “Goopcast.” The controversy surrounding Carson’s sexting and misconduct caused the channel to be suspended, which in turn caused the members’ relationships to end.


source: Instagram


Net Worth


According to Net Worth Spot, as of June 2022, Carson is worth $306.47 thousand. For every a thousand views of a video on a monetized YouTube channel, they could make $3 to $7. According to Net Worth Spot, the CallMeCarson YouTube channel earns $5.11 thousand in monthly advertising revenue and $76.62 thousand annually.


Personal Life


Carson was born on May 10, 1999, in the United States of America. Little else is known about his family and upbringing.


Carson’s YouTube career has been rife with controversies. The username for Carson’s Minecraft account from September 18 to October 19, 2016, was “I LYNCH BLACKS”. Later, it was explained that it was intended to be a joke, as “It was at a time of really offensive jokes and such and wanted to get a quick laugh and such out of it.”


According to rumors, many people were expelled from Carson’s open Discord server for calling out members who made racist remarks. Furthermore, Carson and his moderating staff declined to ban users who posted racist comments, arguing that there were numerous requests and that people shouldn’t take time out of their days to respond to them.


It is essential to keep in mind, though, that Carson likely had little to no influence over the moderation of his server, with the entire blame resting with the server’s moderation team. However, because it was a partnered server, the staff team began enforcing stricter rules, and the server gradually began to become a safer place.


Hugbox and Traves, two former Lunch Club members who were interviewed by Keemstar on January 4, 2021, disclosed that Carson had sex with a minor at the beginning of 2019. Hugbox cited Carson’s admission to all Lunch Club participants as the cause of the group’s dissolution. On January 5, Twitter user Sam, also known as miniborb, came forward and admitted that Carson had groomed her.


Other Social Media Presence


Carson has a huge fan following on several platforms besides YouTube.


He streams Minecraft, Fortnite, GTA Online, Gang Beasts and many more games on Twitch, where he has 1.2 million followers.


His Instagram account, where he posts memes, selfies and short comedic sketches, has a following of 1.6 million.


On TikTok, he posts short comedic bits and clips of his streams and YouTube videos. His TikTok account is followed by 958,200 users and has more than 10 million likes.


His Twitter has a following of 1.2 million. He makes several announcements and short tweets, and posts pictures related to bread.


Content on YouTube


Carson posts 2-3 videos every 2-3 months on his channel. His content mostly includes meme videos, reaction videos, gaming videos and more.


Some of his popular series include Rewriting the internet, Fan Videos and Rest in Peace videos.


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Carson reacts to weird conversations on Discord.


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Carson reacts to various Minecraft animations in this video.


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Carson watches “Cursed” gifs and reacts to them.


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Carson reacts to unusual PowerPoint presentations.


source: Instagram


Interesting Facts


  1. Carson and the voice actor for Gumball from The Amazing World of Gumball (Nicolas Cantu), also known as Junky Janker, frequently played Minecraft together.
  2. He once posted videos to the Fast Man channel, which mainly featured random videos. All of them, though, were deleted.
  3. He ran the most significant content creator Discord server from 2019 to 2020, with about 300,000 users.


FAQs


Q. What does CallMeCarson suffer from?

A. Jschlatt, a well-known YouTuber, spoke out about the allegations of grooming made against his friend and frequent working partner Carson "CallMeCarson" King. The 21-year-old addressed the CallMeCarson situation in-depth in his most recent video. At the beginning of 2020, he disclosed that the Minecraft YouTuber was allegedly experiencing depression and Impostor Syndrome.


Q. Is CallMeCarson still streaming?

A. Carson made his official return to Twitch on September 1st, 2021. Carson presented a Google Slide during the stream in which he talked about the Year of Charity, new guidelines, his future, and any related events that happened during his break. Carson played Minecraft and responded to queries from viewers for the second half of the stream. Over 30,000 people watched the two-hour stream, which received a tonne of support from fans.

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