SkyDoesMinecraft is selling his YouTube channel

SkyDoesMinecraft is selling his YouTube channel ...

Mojang''s open-world sandbox game has been a worldwide phenomenon since its introduction in 2011. With many YouTube creators becoming internet icons through the game, Adam "SkyDoesMinecraft" Dahlberg is among the first big wave of success stories from the game.

With recent allegations of abuse and sexual harassment against SkyDoesMinecraft in the early 2010s, Minecraft fans quickly latching onto the personality. However, SkyDoesMinecraft''s booming YouTube career has taken many turns and turns since his peak. A recent listing on the social media marketplace FameSwap shows that Dahlberg is looking to join the account.

The SkyDoesEverything YouTube channel has been listed for sale for about a month on FameSwap, which now has 11 million subscribers. It''s worth noting that selling a monetized channel is a violation of YouTube''s services, thus any user who wants the channel might be in danger of swift action from YouTube moderation.

SkyDoesMinecraft''s apparent attempts to sell the YouTube channel he gained in his heyday come as former partners and co-workers have been accused of stealing money to fund a drug addiction and sexual harassment. Dahlberg, according to a recent article from a former partner named Elizabeth, has not disclosed the attempted sale of his YouTube channel, although the seller''s name suggests it is legitimate.

The sale of the massive channel comes as Minecraft has seen a fresh wave of content creators rising to stardom on the platform since SkyDoesMinecraft''s peak. According to a survey from YouTube, Minecraft videos on the platform had combined for more than one trillion views across the website. Minecraft is now as popular as it was a year ago and there are no signs of slowing down.

Minecraft is now available on PC, PS4, Switch, Xbox One, and mobile devices.