The video does kind of steamroll past its most important point: about midway through the video, several YouTubers stop and give credit to other creators who have raised money for charity or education, and to spotlight creators who give voice to oft-overlooked communities, such as drag or single mothers. The video shows the Eh Bee family compete in a Fortnite dance off. There were also eight channels that hit a million subscribers, including JianHao Tan, which has garnered more than two million subscribers.
This time around, the Rewind was also properly joined by the tech and animator channels and they all paid tribute to the trending topics of 2018: Powerful women, Kpop, standing up for mental health, and Fortnite. and "Baby Shark".
"Canadians are royal watchers", Brindle said.
The trailer of the Deadpool sequel earned the number six spot on the YouTube Rewind list.
And of course there's an appearance from Mason Ramsey, aka the Yodelling Walmart Kid and one of the biggest viral sensations of the year.
Also featured is Simone Giertz, the YouTuber who made her name putting together unusual robots and who this year used the platform to document her journey having been diagnosed with a brain tumour.
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The message from YouTube to marketers was clear: these are the people you want to invest time to watch and whose videos you should run ads on. And like last year's video, Youtube Rewind 2018 is already racking up thousands of dislikes.
The video, created by AsapSCIENCE, explains the science behind "Yanny" or "Laurel" debate.
The video is six minutes long and has racked up 46,340,306 views and Dobrik and Koshy explain why they've chose to part ways.
There was unfortunately no place for PewDiePie, who fans had been campaigning to open the video with a clap to correspond with his Meme Review show and simply state "Year Review".
What gets me though, is that this year it seems to dig up faces that haven't been overly relevant on the platform in the past year, like Casey Neistat, Lilly Singh, and Caspar Lee.