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5 streamers you should know on DLive

Published: 21/Aug/2020 21:39 Updated: 21/Aug/2020 21:42

by Alice Hearing


With many parts of the world now under lockdown, there’s no better time to stay in and watch livestreams, and DLive has a strong array of talented gamers. These are the 5 streamers you need to know about.


AshBS DLive

Ash has been gaming for seven years and streaming since 2017. In that time, he has built up 600,000 YouTube subscribers. He made the move to DLive in April and says that the emotes that have recently been introduced on the platform are one of the best ways his viewers can interact with his content. He normally streams Brawl Stars and plans on casting a community event of weekly tournaments with big prize pools. Ash says that he streams at 3:00 PM EST on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays.

Watch his channel here.


Domo DLive

35-year-old Domo is a former YouTube Partner, Twitch Affiliate, and Mixer streamer who recently moved to DLive after Mixer shut down. Having struggled as a female streamer on other platforms, Domo says she’s formed a solid and supportive community on DLive. She is also a part-time Freelance Makeup Artist and Chef. Domo will normally stream Call of Duty: Warzone, Fortnite Battle Royale, Among Trees, and Fall Guys daily between 4 pm and 11 pm PST.

Check out her channel here.


Aramnida DLive

28-year-old Aramnida is a Latvian streamer based in the UK. She started streaming on Twitch in 2018 and made the move to DLive in April 2019. Ara is a variety streamer who broadcasts five days a week. She hosts a merch giveaway on the second Saturday of each month. Ara says that joining DLive was a leap of faith, but the community feels like a family and the staff members are always supportive. She encourages new streamers to be persistent and to be themselves.

Check out her channel here.


KevJRobbo DLive

UK-based KevjRobbo moved to DLive after streaming on Twitch for 12 months and says it is the best move he ever made. He mostly streams first-person shooters and horror games. Kev describes himself as “sarcastic as hell, always enjoys having a laugh and also have that serious side when it’s needed!” and he encourages viewers to be open and chat about anything they like with him. KevJRobbo joined DLive in March 2019 and says it is the best thing he’s ever done.

See his channel here.


Tokemogaming DLive

21-year-old Norwegian gamer Tokemogaming has been streaming since 2015. He enjoys first-person shooters, racing, and roleplaying games. He has also played in several tournaments in the Battlefield series. He says what he enjoys the most is getting to know lots of new people who stop by his stream. Tokemogaming joined DLive in April 2019 and says that it is the most friendly, inspiring platform that he has used for streaming and he has made several new friends through it.

See his channel here.


Tayler Holder responds to claims he stole Corey La Barrie’s merch design

Published: 28/Oct/2020 22:45

by Virginia Glaze


TikTok star Tayler Holder is being accused by critics of stealing a design from late YouTuber Corey La Barrie, which he will use on his own upcoming line of merchandise.

For those unaware, Corey La Barrie was a fairly popular YouTuber who tragically passed away on May 10 due to a fatal car accident.

Fellow YouTuber and tattoo artist Daniel Silva was also involved in the accident, and was driving the car during the time of the crash. According to reports from TMZ, Silva was allegedly driving under the influence of alcohol, and was later arrested on murder charges.

In wake of La Barrie’s passing, it seems that TikToker Tayler Holder has chosen to use the YouTuber’s slogan and logo for his own upcoming merchandise line — which has left some fans of La Barrie quite unhappy.

The logo and slogan in question are an important reminder to La Barrie’s viewers; the slogan reads “Under Appreciated,” with the letters “nde” crossed out, so that it reads “U R Appreciated.”

The logo features a pair of angel wings above the slogan — a design that Holder has also tattooed on his forearm.

After advertising the upcoming line on his Instagram stories, Holder was met with a wave of backlash from fans who accused him of outright stealing La Barrie’s design.

Tayler Holder shows off his new merchandise.
Instagram: Tayler Holder
Tayler Holder’s upcoming merch line features a design and slogan from late YouTuber Corey La Barrie.

However, Holder argued that he partnered up with La Barrie’s family to produce the upcoming merchandise, contrary to critics’ initial accusations.

“Corey has been a very, very good friend of mine for a few years now,” Holder explained. “I always thought the message behind the ‘Under Appreciated / U R Appreciated’ was so, so powerful. With him passing away, I wanted to carry that on.”

That’s not all; Holder claimed that he would be donating a percentage of the line’s profits to Corey’s foundation, and further explained that the merch also includes all of the tattoos on his forearm — not just Corey’s U R Appreciated logo.

“I want to make it clear that this is very meaningful to me, and I partnered with Corey and his family,” he continued. “I would never, ever just take something like this and make it my own.”


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Silva has been sentenced to “364 days in jail, five years probation, 250 hours of community service and a suspended prison sentence of four years” after entering a no-contest plea on a count of felony count of gross vehicular manslaughter following the accident earlier this year.