Cr1TiKaL

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MoistCr1TiKaL
White in 2022
Personal information
Born
Charles Christopher White Jr.

(1994-08-02) August 2, 1994 (age 29)
Other names
  • MoistCr1TiKaL
  • BigMoistCr1TiKaL
  • penguinz0
EducationUniversity of Tampa (BS)
Occupations
  • YouTuber
  • livestreamer
  • speedrunner
  • podcaster
  • musician
  • actor
  • comic book writer
  • wrestling promoter


OrganizationMoist Esports
Websitemoistglobal.com
YouTube information
Channel
Years active2007–present
Genres
Subscribers14.9 million[1]
Total views9.34 billion[1]
Network
Associated acts
100,000 subscribers2011[2]
1,000,000 subscribers2014[3]
10,000,000 subscribers2022[4]
Twitch information
Channel
Years active2018–present
Genres
  • Gaming
  • chatting
  • cooking
  • reaction
Followers5.3 million
Associated acts

Last updated: April 5, 2024

Charles Christopher White Jr.[5][6] (born August 2, 1994), better known as Cr1TiKaL, MoistCr1TiKaL (pronounced "moist critical"), or penguinz0 (pronounced "penguin z zero"[7]) is an American YouTuber and streamer. He is best known for his commentary videos and live streams covering internet culture and video games. White's content is characterized by his monotone voice and deadpan comedic style.[8] In addition, White is the co-founder and co-owner of the esports organization Moist Esports and co-founder and member of the musical duo, the Gentle Men.

As of March 2024, White's YouTube channel has received over 9.3 billion views and over 14 million subscribers, averaging 151.4 million views per month on the platform;[9] his Twitch channel has received over 5.3 million followers and over 59.32 million views.[10][11][12]

Internet career[edit]

Early years and content evolution (2006–2017)[edit]

White started making YouTube videos in 2006, when he most often uploaded videos discussing anime, as well as AMVs and GMVs to his old channels.[13] He created his penguinz0 YouTube channel on May 7, 2007.[14] During this time, he streamed live on Justin.tv from late 2009 to early 2010.[15]

In 2013, White was cited by Tubefilter as panning YouTube's new comment system, which required a Google+ account to leave comments on videos.[16] In early 2015, White began speaking about various topics, including internet drama. He drew attention from media outlets for his commentary videos,[17] which were often of discourse about online platforms and considerably critical of YouTube's policies.[18][19] In December 2016, White began co-hosting The Official Podcast with fellow Internet personalities Jackson Clarke, Andrew Wagenheim and Kaya Orsan.[20]

Media outlets sparsely referred to White's gameplay videos; his 2015 video on Ark: Survival Evolved was referenced by The Daily Star.[21] The Daily Dot wrote that White is known for his "sardonic commentary."[22] In February 2016, The Guardian included his video reaction to the Fine Brothers' React World controversy in their coverage of the situation.[23] Kotaku referred to White's 2017 video demonstrating character customization in Mass Effect: Andromeda.[24]

Twitch live streaming and continued growth (2018–present)[edit]

White has continued to make content discussing events on online platforms and their communities.[25] In January 2018, White addressed YouTube, which removed his video discussing Logan Paul's suicide forest controversy.[26] By March 2018, White's YouTube channel had two million subscribers.[27] In May, White's video featuring a pit of 5,400 balls, which he made for his husky Tetra, went viral; the Press Association interviewed him about the video and media outlets reported it.[28][29][30] In 2018, White began livestreaming on Twitch. In March 2020; due to COVID-19 lockdown measures, he co-hosted an online Super Smash Bros. Ultimate tournament[31] on his Twitch channel with fellow YouTuber Alpharad.[32][33]

In late 2020, White's popularity grew due to his Twitch streams about chess and Among Us (during its 2020 popularity spike) with popular streamers such as Sykkuno, Pokimane, Nigahiga, Valkyrae, Trainwreckstv, and Disguised Toast.[34][35] In June, White participated in the first PogChamps chess tournament, which Chess.com hosted.[36][37] He won "one of the more anticipated games" in the tournament, beating fellow Twitch streamer xQc in six moves.[38] According to Dot Esports, the game was one of the five "biggest moments in streaming from 2020" and the clip of White's victory became one of the most-viewed in Twitch history, gaining over 1.9 million views by December 24, 2020.[39] White won the tournament's consolation bracket.[40][41] In late October, White participated in U.S. Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez's Among Us live streams.[35][42][43]

In November, White signed a contract with BroadbandTV Corp (BBTV) to become a content partner with the company.[44][45] Also in November, White spoke in a YouTube video about an increase in Twitch's DMCA crackdowns. In December, White participated in a "Pokémon Week" event on Twitch in which several creators hosting streams in which they opened boxes of Pokémon cards.[46] In January 2021, White began hosting a game show titled Hivemind with fellow streamer Ludwig Ahgren on Twitch.[47][48]

On February 22, 2021, former YouTuber MaximilianMus deleted his YouTube channel after White labeled him "the worst YouTuber" in one of his videos.[49] White was critical of Mus for maliciously raiding Twitch channels[50] and claimed that his audience had shared child pornography via Discord servers and his subreddit. In May of that year, MaximilianMus restored his channel and accused White of slander.[51] In October 2021, White participated in a Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl charity tournament hosted by Alpharad and Coney of Panda Global.[52][53]

Other ventures[edit]

In 2019, White and Troy McKubre of the band Solstate started a musical duo named the Gentle Men. The duo started producing music with a string of singles released that same year.[54][55] The Gentle Men released their debut album, The Evolution of Tears, in 2021, and a self-titled EP in 2023. In 2019, White co-founded Human Media Group, an American multi-channel network, with his friend Matt Philips.[44] In July 2021, White announced the launch of a graphic novel series titled GODSLAP, which he wrote with author Stephanie Phillips and artist Ricardo Jaime, and was published by Meatier Productions.[56] White expressed interest in the expansion of the series beyond comics, and hinted at an animated adaptation that was being produced.[57][56]

In August 2021, White announced a new esports organization named Moist Esports.[58][59] Super Smash Bros. Ultimate player Kolawole "Kola" Aideyan became the first player to join,[60][61] and he won a tournament under the name "Moist Kola".[59][62][63] On August 8, 2022, gaming organization One True King, along with White, announced the founding of technology company Starforge Systems, which focuses on building computers.[64][65] The company was quickly met with backlash due to the allegedly high prices of their products, and shortly thereafter they decreased their prices by $100.[66][67][unreliable source?] Also in August 2022, White and two other popular YouTube personalities, Gina "Gibi ASMR" Klein and Tyler "Jimmy Here" Collins, formed their own talent agency, Mana Talent Group, focused on online creators.[68]

Personal life[edit]

White was born on August 2, 1994, in Tampa, Florida. He attended Carrollwood Day School and was a member of the varsity basketball team.[69]

He has tattoos on each forearm, and one on his right pectoral.[70][71][unreliable source?]

Filmography[edit]

Films[edit]

Year Title Role Ref.
2014 The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1 District 8 hospital helper
2021 Last of the Grads Officer Greg [72]

Web series[edit]

Year Title Role Notes Ref.
2016 Butter Lover Cashier, customer
2020–2022 HealthyGamerGG Himself 2 Episodes [73][74][75][76]
2020 Killer Bean Kessler Voice; web series; episode 1 [77][78]
2023–present Skill Check Hugh Fructose, Himself Custom Dungeons & Dragons Show [79][80]

Anime[edit]

Year Title Role Notes Ref.
2024 Lovely Complex Cane Osugi (voice) Discotek dub [81]

Podcasts[edit]

Year Title Role Notes Ref.
2016–present The Official Podcast Himself (co-host) Co-host alongside Kaya Orsan, Jackson Clarke, and Andrew Wagenheim. [82][83][84]
2018 Sardonicast Himself #11 [85][86]
2021 Chuckle Sandwich #19 [87][88]
2021–2022 SomeOrdinaryPodcast #1 #7 #49 [89][90][91][92][93][94]
2022 Tiny Meat Gang Podcast #245 [95][96]
Trash Taste #127 [97][98]
2023 Fear& #39 [99][100]
2023–present The Red Thread Himself (co-host) Co-host alongside Isaiah Markin, and Jackson Clarke. [101][102]
2023 The Nik Nocturnal Podcast Himself #18 [103][104]
2024 Jynxzi Podcast #2 [105][106]

Video games[edit]

Year Title Role Notes Ref.
2014 Tropico 5 American tourists Voice role
2015 Lucius II: The Prophecy Job Gilman
Voidexpanse Spaceship Robot
2016 Anima: Gate of Memories Zero Mask
Move or Die Announcer [107]
2018 Anima: Gate of Memories – The Nameless Chronicles Zero Mask [108]
Lucius III Ceefor Bonaparte
Star Control: Origins Aliens from Charlox
2020 Popup Dungeon The Internet Troll [109]
2024 World of Warships Chuck Blast Likeness and voice over [110][111]

Music videos[edit]

Year Title Artist(s) Role Ref.
2024 "lil' freak" Bbno$ Himself [112]

Discography[edit]

The Gentle Men[edit]

Studio albums
Title Album details
The Evolution of Tears
  • Released: September 5, 2021
  • Label: Sounds of Liberty
  • Formats: CD, vinyl, digital download
EPs
Title Album details
The Gentle Men
  • Released: October 27, 2023
  • Label: Sounds of Liberty
  • Formats: CD, digital download
Singles
Title Year Album/EP
"2019 Guy" 2019 The Evolution of Tears
"Obsession" 2020
"Real to Me"
"Skynut"
"2004 Breakup"
"I Am Truth"
"Your Boyfriend Doesn't Scare Me"
(featuring Kmac2021)
2021
"Perfect Oblivion"
"The First Immortal"
(Interlude)
"Here's to Us"
"Filthy" 2023 Non-album single
"What's Next" The Gentle Men
"Enemy"
(featuring Andy Cizek)
"Let You Down"
"Ghosts"
"Opinions Are Weapons"
(featuring Jared Dines)

Bibliography[edit]

Novels[edit]

  • Swan, Genghis (2017). The Man Who Forgot How to Poop. Chris Metzner. CreateSpace. ISBN 978-1977639738.

Comics[edit]

  • GodSlap (2022–present)[113]
  • Plague Seeker (2023–present)[114]

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Ceremony Category Result Ref.
2022 The Streamer Awards Best Variety Streamer Won [115]
12th Streamy Awards Nominated [116]
2023 13th Streamy awards Subject Award – Commentary Won

See also[edit]

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