Fullscreen has added eight creators to its roster today, including The Dobre Brothers, who perform stunts and pranks; slime and DIY queen Karina Garcia; and songstress and body positivity advocate Meghan Tonjes.
The Dobre Brothers channel — often featuring gymnastic feats — counts 1.1 million subscribers. Two of the four brothers, Lucas and Marcus, also operate a standalone channel and were formerly members of Jake Paul’s massively popular vlogging collective Team 10. Garcia has amassed a staggering 6.5 million subscribers in just two years, and embarked on her inaugural tour with Fullscreen earlier this year. Tonjes, who has been on YouTube for over a decade, counts 253,000 subscribers and 29 million lifetime views.
The new signings will add 10 million followers to the Fullscreen family, the company said, whose channels — all told — count roughly 600 million subscribers. Other creators joining the multi-channel network include: reptile breeder Brian Barczyk (1.4 million combined subscribers); LGBT vlogger Amber’s Closet (635,000 subscribers); Elle Mills (481,000 subscribers), a comedic creator whose videos frequently feature her family, friends, and teachers; Rosie Grace McClelland (243,000 subscribers) of ‘Sophia Grace and Rosie’ fame; and motivational speaker Aija Mayrock, who wrote The Survival Guide To Bullying at age 16.
“We are thrilled to welcome these ambitious new creators to the Fullscreen family, bringing with them talents ranging from beauty and lifestyle to anti-bullying and animal conservation,” said Beau Bryant, general manager of Fullscreen’s creator group. “We can’t wait to see what these multi-hyphenated stars will do with our expert guidance and extensive network.”