Jack Black’s Youtube Channel Thunders Past the 2 Million Subscriber Mark Despite Having Less Than 90 Seconds of Uploaded Content

Jack Black’s Youtube Channel Thunders Past the 2 Million Subscriber Mark Despite Having Less Than 90 Seconds of Uploaded Content

Singer, actor, and now Youtube star Jack Black's channel Jablinski Games continues to gather traction as it hurtles towards 2.5 million subscribers.

Jack Black is known for many things including his long-running acting career which has seen him star in such movies as School of Rock and Nacho Libre, along with his work in the music industry through his two-piece acoustic rock band Tenacious D. In the past Black has even made his mark on the video game scene with is portrayal of Eddie Riggs in the 2009 gem Brütal Legend. Now, he’s begun to make some major waves on Youtube too with his new gaming-centric channel, Jablinski Games.

Jablinksi Games started late last month with an introductory video entitled Hello, Jack Black Here. The 28-second clip saw the star spinning on his chair, calling out other popular gaming personalities, and indulging in a little bit of good old fashioned messing around.

This was then followed a week later with a thank you video that started off with Jack jokingly claiming to have gathered one billion subscribers, before going on to sincerely show his gratitude to those who’ve supported the channel thus far.

With less than a minute and a half’s worth of material uploaded, the channel has already skyrocketed past the two million subscriber mark. At the time of writing, the Tenacious D vocalist has just under 2.5 million people awaiting the first major Jablinski Games outing while the channel has already seen a whopping 13.9 million views.

Jack Black promises that there will be more gaming shenanigans uploaded in 2019. For those who can’t wait to get their next hit of the star’s unique comical style, the heavy metal influenced Brütal Legend is available now on PC, PlayStation 3, and Xbox 360. It can also be played through the Xbox One’s robust backward compatibility catalog.