Red Arcade, whose real name is unknown, is a Norwegian gaming YouTube channel mostly recognized for the channel’s stellar collection of top-tier gameplay that includes a wide variety of popular gaming titles like Minecraft, Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout, Fortnite, Agar.io, Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, and Grand Theft Auto V among many others. As of August 2022, the Red Arcade YouTube channel has amassed over 4.87 million subscribers and a respectable total of over 1,934,475,401 views.
Red Arcade made a name for itself thanks to a wide variety of gaming videos and highlights that are often submitted by viewers via their official website. The person behind the Red Arcade channel remains to be a mystery and hence virtually no information is available regarding their personal life.
The Red Arcade YouTube channel does not have any fixed upload schedules and the only fact known about the person behind the channel is that they currently reside in Oslo, Norway, as mentioned across their social media handles.
After earning a massive following and viewership on the main Red Arcade channel, the creator of the channel decided to create sub-channels that focus on a particular genre of games. As of August 2022, the Red Arcade YouTube channel has trifurcated under the handles Mobile Arcade, Blue Arcade, and Red Arcade Shorts.
|Profile Name||Red Arcade|
|DOJ (YouTube)||November 28, 2014 (Red Arcade) May 15, 2019 (Red Arcade Shorts) August 2, 2019 (Mobile Arcade) June 3, 2020 (Blue Arcade)|
|Total Videos||893 (Red Arcade) 489 (Red Arcade Shorts) 156 (Mobile Arcade) 58 (Blue Arcade)|
|Net Worth||$2-$4 million|
Red Arcade registered a self-titled YouTube channel on November 28, 2014. The channel remained inactive up until August 5, 2015, when the first video was uploaded to it. The video was titled “Welcome To Red Arcade”, and earned over 43,506 views. It featured a mini-compilation of gameplay videos from a plethora of different FPS titles which were popular at the time.
The Red Arcade channel uploaded its second video the very next day and it was titled “Agar.io - TOP 5 AMAZING AGARIO PLAYS! (Agario/Agar.io)”. The video earned over 814,400 views and established Red Arcade as the destination for all top-tier gameplay compilations.
Since then, the Red Arcade YouTube channel has included compilations of games like GTA V, Call of Duty: Black Ops 3, Battlefield 1, PUBG, Apex Legends, Fortnite, Fall Guys, CoD: Warzone, and Among Us. The most popular series remains to be the GTA V series which comprises over 460 videos. As of August 2022, this YouTube channel has amassed over 4.87 million subscribers and over 1 billion views.
Red Arcade registered its second YouTube channel on May 15, 2019, under the name, Red Arcade Shorts. As the name suggests, this channel is largely dedicated to Shorts of top-tier gameplay clips. The person behind the Red Arcade channel has uploaded over 489 Shorts to this channel which has helped Red Arcade Shorts earn over 14K subscribers and over 4,103,886 views as of August 2022.
The oldest video on this channel has amassed over 1.5K views and features some Rainbow Six: Siege gameplay.
Red Arcade registered its third YouTube channel on August 2, 2019, under the name Mobile Arcade. This channel is dedicated solely to highlights and clips that feature games that are played on mobile phones and tablets. As of August 2022, this channel has amassed over 353K subscribers and over 111,661,523 views. The oldest video on this channel was uploaded on September 22, 2019, and it featured a compilation of Brawl Stars fails and highlights which earned over 1,247,803 views.
Red Arcade registered its fourth YouTube channel on June 3, 2020, under the name, Blue Arcade. This channel is exclusively reserved for Fortnite news, leaks, secrets, myths, highlights, fails, funny moments, and epic moments to say the least. The oldest video on this channel was uploaded on August 6, 2021, and earned over 53,644 views.
According to Net Worth Spot, the Red Arcade YouTube channel is worth 2.27 million as of August 2022. However, some sources suggest this net worth could be as high as $3.18 million. Every month, more than 9.47 million people view the Red Arcade YouTube channel. On average, YouTubers can make $3 to $7 for every thousand video views. According to Net Worth Spot, Red Arcade makes an estimated $37,890 per month and $568,330 annually. However, these are conservative estimates and the channel could very well earn over $1.02 million via ad revenue alone.
SocialBlade suggests the Red Arcade YouTube channel earns anywhere between $3,500-$55,300 per month and anywhere between $41,500-$663,600 per year.
SocialBlade suggests the Mobile Arcade YouTube channel earns anywhere between $597-$9,600 per month and anywhere between $7,200-$114,700 per year.
Other YouTube analytic sources suggest Red Arcade has an estimated net worth of $4,031,323.
No information is available regarding the personal life of the person behind the Red Arcade YouTube channel.
Red Arcade is quite popular on all social media platforms, not just on YouTube. Apart from YouTube, Red Arcade has over 65.2K followers on Instagram, over 58K followers on Facebook, over 70.4K followers on TikTok, and over 11.2K followers on Twitter.
Red Arcade has uploaded new content to his main YouTube and Red Arcade Shorts channel on a daily basis without fail. However, the Mobile Arcade and Blue Arcade channels see a new video uploaded on a weekly basis.
Red Arcade’s most popular video on his Red Arcade YouTube channel as of August 2022 has over 93 million views and it features a compilation of 250 fails in Fortnite.
Red Arcade’s second-most popular video has over 74 million views and it features another 200 of the funniest fails in Fortnite.
Red Arcade’s third-most popular video has earned over 42 million views and it features another 300 of the funniest fails in Fortnite.
Red Arcade’s fourth-most popular video has earned over 25 million views and it features another 500 of the funniest fails in Fortnite.
Red Arcade’s most popular video on his Mobile Arcade YouTube channel has earned over 14 million views and it features a compilation of 200 funny fails in Brawl Stars.
A. According to a number of YouTube analytic sources, Red Arcade earns at least $3,500 per month and anywhere around $663,600-$568,330 annually.
A. Red Arcade currently resides in Oslo, Norway, as mentioned across all Red Arcade social media handles.
A. No information is available about Red Arcade’s personal life, hence it can’t be confirmed if he is currently dating or not.