Zylbrad, best known as Brad, is one of the world’s most famous YouTubers, whose rise to fame was due to his video uploads, including CS: GO, Sea of Thieves gameplay videos, and Player Unknown’s Battlegrounds.
The Australian YouTube player is known for his Overwatch gameplay videos and his collaboration with other leading YouTubers such as BazzaGazz, McCreamy, AeroViro, Muselk, SaltyPhish, BlackBlues, and many others in the production of videos that are currently among the most-watched on YouTube. Zybrald likes to impersonate a girl named Zylgrill and loves to scream into the microphone.
He was born on April 30, 1996, in Australia under the sign of Taurus. He set up his YouTube account on 14 January 2016 and uploaded his first video “CS”: GO- Bizon Spray Control Tutorial”, which he recorded with PajamaMax before uploading a large number of tutorials for the game. His first video tells about different funny ways to spray in CS: GO. The following videos, especially the CS: GO-“Tutorials”, we’re actually not about tutorials, but about some funny and crazy games he played with his friends.
Brad is known for being a “Memer”. On April 23, 2016, he uploaded his very first Overwatch video with YouTubers like Finnthehuman, Max, and Skid. The video was also his last for this year. Most of his Overwatch outros were the Ilios song in the game, which he played faster with each video. The YouTube player is said to have gained over one million subscribers through video game content publishing alone, with over 180 million hits currently. Some of his other videos are “Logan Paul’s No. 1 Hater” and Counter-Strike: Global Offensive. Brad’s memes also include M’Lady, Play of the game, Bradstion, AWWWWWWWW YEAHHHHHH, Get F*cked, Top 10 team, and Tracer butt.
Considering the rapid growth of Zylbrad’s channel, it is estimated that it receives an average of 280,000 views per day from various sources, which should generate about $500 per day ($180,000 per year) in revenue. This also makes him one of the richest YouTubers of his time, as monetized YouTubers typically earn between $2 – $5 per 1000 views, based on a number of influencing factors such as viewer location, advertising inventory, the number of ads on a video, the number of people skipping the ads, advertising exposure, etc.
YouTubers like him also generate a lot of YouTube Red viewers who watch premium content on YouTube and videos at a certain monthly price. So the longer this category of viewers watches their videos, the more money they make. If you follow all of these rules, it’s estimated that Zylbrad has a net worth of approximately $210,000, which will increase in the coming months.
In 2016, Brad had a girlfriend who appeared in some of his YouTube videos with the in-game name Taylota. The two then broke up before he met and dated AeroViro, but like the first time, they broke up in February 2017 due to some personal differences.
What Happened To Zylbrad, Muselk, Shenpai, and Others?
Good followers of Zylbrad’s channel videos will be well aware that Zylbrad, Muselk, and Shenpai are best friends and play partners, but lately, it seems that they basically don’t play together anymore because they are angry with each other and accuse Brad of essential espionage.
Brad’s disagreement with Shenpai may have started after she went spitefully into social media to blow up Zylbrad. Veronique, who goes by the name of AeroViro or Shenpai, is an anime artist and designer who has gained much popularity through her intricate drawings with Wacom Intros Art. She joined YouTube in November 2011 and is now expected to have over 300,000 subscribers and 24 million views and to continue to grow.
Muselk also noticed in a video that has now been deleted that Zylbrad was spreading lies about him and that he was collaborating with other YouTubers while trying to steal his viewers for his own channels. In a recent video, however, Muselk revealed that his fight with Brad is over and that they are back together with the Mem Team. On the other hand, Shepai has not reconciled with the other team members, including Bazza, Zybrald, and Muselk. She has also removed her emotes aeroBazza, aeroBlush, and aeroFamily from her twitch, she intends to be replaced by new emotes, although aeroTriggerdin (with Tyrodin) is still present.