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How to watch Markiplier’s interactive YouTube heist series

Published: 30/Oct/2019 19:21 Updated: 30/Oct/2019 19:45

by Scott Robertson


YouTube superstar Mark ‘Markiplier‘ Fischbach has released his interactive film, A Heist with Markiplier. Here’s how you can make the choices that impact what happens to the beloved YouTuber.

What is “A Heist with Markiplier”?

A Heist with Markiplier is a first-of-its-kind interactive film hosted entirely on YouTube. The film is shot from a first-person perspective, with the viewer personally engaged in a heist with Markiplier himself. Following the end of each installment, the viewer is presented with a choice on how to proceed.

The film features guest appearances by an extensive collection of YouTubers and streamers, including Chance “Sodapoppin” Morris, the Schmoyoho guys of Songify and Auto-tune the News fame, and the Game Grumps.

The first episode guest stars Gavin Free and Daniel Gruchy of the Slo-Mo Guys, who have traded in their lab coats for the uniforms of easily out-witted museum security guards. A very good dog also makes an appearance.

How do you make choices during the Heist?

At the very end of each video, Markiplier provides the two choices for the viewer to decide upon. These can be decisions on what kind of approach to take, or choosing between two different paths. Click through links of both options will appear on the screen for the viewer to click. Both choices are also in the description box under the video.

All of the videos, except for the first episodes, are unlisted on YouTube, so you can only watch them by advancing through the narrative, and you can avoid any spoilers when you’re searching videos or looking at your recommendations.

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Where do I go to watch it?

Go to YouTube and put “Markiplier” in the search bar. Markiplier’s channel should be the top result, and right up there with it should be the first video in the series, titled “A Heist with Markiplier”. It’s a YouTube original that can be watched without ads, unlike most series produced by YouTube. 

Click on that to start your journey. Or, you know, just click play right below this.

In a video released yesterday titled “I need a favor…”, Markiplier asked his fans to simply be there for the release and “enjoy the hell out of” the project. Mark could barely contain his excitement for the series that has taken over a year to produce from a team of “over fifty talented people.”

Markiplier has been making videos for over seven years on YouTube and has cultivated a following of over 24 million subscribers. This is his first YouTube Original.


Twitch streamer throws up after shouting too much

Published: 25/Nov/2020 17:46

by Michael Gwilliam


A Twitch streamer raising money for charity got a little bit too excited after a big donation came in, and literally threw up in the process.

Streamers often times use their platforms to help raise funds for causes they believe in. For WeThePeople1, this meant raising capital for the homeless in Boston.

While playing a game of Apex Legends, the streamer received a $200 donation, which put him over the $1000 mark in under an hour.

Pleased with himself, WeThePeople1 started shouting out, clearly hyped over how his viewers were contributing to the cause.

“You guys are nuts!” he screamed. “Listen, I want everyone to go f**king bonkers with the ‘gangs’ in chat right now! Everyone, go spam that sh*t.”

‘Gang’ is an emote exclusive to subscribers of WeThePeople1’s channel. Oftentimes streamers will ask their viewers to spam special emotes when their streams are popping off.

“I want you guys to spam that sh*t harder than ever! Harder than ever! Like you guys have never seen that ‘gang’ in your life and now you’re seeing it for the first time like it’s one thousand pounds of gold in front of you!” he blurted out. “Oh my God, you guys are the sh*t!”

Unfortunately for the streamer, those words weren’t the last things to come out of his mouth as puke blasted out and onto his hands.

“I just puked,” he said, holding up his arms in disgust while trying to get his headset off. “It’s all over my floor.”

After running off, the streamer returned a few moments later with some Febreze, but remained in high spirits. “This is some f***ing content, huh?” he laughed.

Eventually, however, he decided to just clean up later as he was going to need a lot of soap.

On the bright side, the streamer wasn’t deterred from keeping his broadcast going and has raised over $1100 at the time of this post.