CAA has added to its growing gaming creator roster, which it launched in Dec. 2018, with the signing of Neebs Gaming — a creator collective comprising five voice actors, comedians, and animators.

Neebs Gaming features Brent Triplett, Bryan Mahoney, Nate Panning, Tony Schnur, and Jon Etheridge. They share a slew of comedic gaming content across YouTube (1.8 million subscribers), Twitch (137,000 followers), and podcast platforms, with more than 2 million collective followers on social media. On their channels, the guys share gameplay, tips, and tricks for titles like Battlefield 4, Grand Theft AutoMinecraftSubnautica, Ark Survival Evolved, Seven Days to Die, and more.

CAA will work with Neebs Gaming in all areas, including television, film, touring, digital distribution and partnerships, endorsements, personal appearances, publishing, and more.

Neebs is perhaps best known for their cult-hit digital animated series Battlefield Friends, which is produced in partnership with EA and Machinima (which has subsequently ceased operations). Neebs also created the animated fantasy parody Doraleous & Associates and a feature-length animated comedy titled Toonstone, which is available via digital download. The guys have also appeared as voice actors in the Battlefield game franchise, the indie hit Subnautica, and the long-running YouTube series How It Should Have Ended, which furnishes animated parody endings for classic motion pictures.

Offline, the guys just launched their first-ever fan convention — titled the Peace, Love, and Gaming Expo (PLGX) — which sold out in 48 hours. The event took place in May in Wilmington, North Carolina.

Other gaming stars signed to CAA include Keenan ‘Criken’ Mosimann, Elspeth Eastman, ProZD, Caleb City, itmeJP, Dr DisRespect, Day[9], Nick Eh 30, and StoneMountain64.

 

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