No. 2 was a video from Dude Perfect, a YouTube channel whose trick shot videos are routinely among the most popular on the platform.
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.
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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.
"It's safe to say the Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare trailer will no longer be the most disliked video on YouTube", KEEMSTAR wrote.
Ubisoft Announces Far Cry New Dawn During the Game Awards
Like Far Cry 3 Blood Dragon and Far Cry Primal before it; Far Cry New Dawn will be launching as a standalone game rather than DLC. While we don't know if these two women are the villains of the new game, it does follow Far Cry tradition if we assume they are.
The No. 1 trending video was "To our daughter", a surprise baby announcement from YouTube creator and social-media star Kylie Jenner.
YouTube Singapore also released its second Rising Creators List to highlight emerging producers who have had significant subscriber growth over the past year. There were also viral clips like YouTube couple Liza Koshy and David Dobrik's breakup announcement, the great "Laurel or Yanny" debate, and the Royal Wedding of Harry and Meghan to help round out the list of the highest trending clips.
The video was released on YoutTube yesterday and it has already received 45 Million views, but it has gained three times more dislikes as compared to likes on the video. The two and a half hour YouTube video earned millions of views.
While YouTube's Rewind is disappointing we are trembling in anticipation for the responses from other creators such as videogamedunkey who made his own rewind for 2016.
Billed by the participants as "the biggest YouTube event in history", there's no denying that this fight dominated headlines this year.
Google Singapore's head of communications, Ms Angeline Leow, said YouTube is a platform for Singaporeans to be entertained and to express themselves.