Movement is a key theme in this week’s YouTube Re:View. In his new film, cyclist Danny MacAskill demonstrates his mind-blowing trials-riding skills, as man and bike move as one across Scotland’s perilous Cuillin Ridgeline. Next, YouTubers Corridor Digital use stop-motion video to film their version of a Parkour fight scene, and “The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air” star Alfonso Ribeiro brings back the Carlton in a foot-tapping “Dancing With The Stars” performance.
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Content Spotlight
This week's featured creator is Video Game High School.
Video Game High School (VGHS), an action-comedy web series from Freddie Wong and his team at Rocket Jump Studios, just kicked off its third season on YouTube. Set in a future world where video gaming is the world's most competitive sport, the series brings gaming fantasies to life for its massive community of like-minded and passionate fans, who both influence the stories and helped to single-handedly crowdfund the latest season.

Check out the trailer below and visit the RocketJump channel to watch the first episode.

YouTube Insight of the Week

Gaming is one of the most engaging content categories on YouTube. On average, 18- to 34-year-olds spend more time per view in gaming than in any other content segment. And Activision, the video game publisher behind Call of Duty, Destiny and Skylanders, knows the ropes. The brand has nabbed a monthly average of more than 1B active users, 2M subscribers and 500M video views on its YouTube channel, making it the #1 game franchise on YouTube. Its secret? Engaging content, accurate performance tracking and an established YouTube influencer program. Read the full case study here.

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