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YouTube Red, the new subscription service from YouTube, goes live Feb 10, with YouTube also announcing new projects.
YouTube's viral video stars, many of whom have a fan following in the millions, are set to appear next week in original movies and a show, as the video site attempts to attract users to its paid service.
This year's addition to the annual Call of Duty franchise was the top release according to YouTube's metrics.
Alphabet Inc's YouTube will launch a US$10-a-month subscription option in the United States on Oct 28 that will allow viewers to watch videos from across the site without interruption from advertisements, the company said.
Videos like "Apps That Need to Be Invented" made Connor Franta a star on YouTube. More than nine million watched "Coming Out," in which the introspective 22-year-old told his young fan base that he was gay.
YouTube has better mainstream recognition, but Amazon's live streaming service Twitch is where the money's at right now.
After Felix Kjellberg, aka popular YouTuber PewDiePie, announced that he will feature in his own PC and mobile app, we look at a number of other online personalities who have gone on to star in their own videogames.