FPSRussia is a widely used Twitch and YouTube channel with explosives and firearms. Each video that is uploaded to the channel informs users about the history of the weapon and the features of the weapon that the video creator “Myers” is using in this video. Since its launch, the FPSRussia channel has gained 7 million subscribers.
One of the things people like about this channel is that Myers uses a huge collection of different pieces of equipment with weapons that are featured in the videos. The most viewed videos on the channel include a golden AK-47, a .50 BMG rifle, an armored contingent, and a Bofors 40 mm programmed anti-aircraft cannon.
Myers launched his YouTube channel “FPSRussia” on April 19, 2010. This is the most popular “explosives and guns” channel on YouTube. On his YouTube channel, he started uploading videos from other popular YouTubers, including X-Socrates.
Because of Myers’ interest in ammunition, he thought about making explosive videos and telling people how they work in real life. The information he provided in his videos helped people compare how these explosives are represented in video games, movies, and TV shows.
When he was working at the car dealership, most of his colleagues were Russian. Then he came up with the idea of making videos in a “Russian” accent.
He took an interest in copying his accent and used it to film “Dimitri” filming gunshots at a family farmhouse in Georgia. Myers also runs a third YouTube channel, FPSRussiaTV. On January 10, 2014, after a gap of nine months, he started creating and uploading videos to YouTube. Since April 2016, the channel has been inactive.
Following the success of FPSRussia, Myers founded his second YouTube channel as “More FPSRussia”. In July 2011, he worked with “Epic Food.” With this partnership, it received over 8.793 million views on its YouTube videos.
Myers is portrayed as a live firefighter in the prime web series “Machinema.com” called “Controller: Medal of Honor War Fighter”.
On October 29, 2012, the channel’s creator played a character named “Dmitry” in the live-action trailer “Call of Duty: Black Operation II”. This trailer was directed by Guy Ritchie.
In December 2012, Myers launched a successful Kickstarter campaign called “FPSRussia: The Game.” It was released in March 2013 along with its partner developer for iOS devices on the App Store. In 2014, FPSRussia ranked 78th in the top 100 channels on New MediaHero Stars.
Since 2010, he has been anchoring the “Painkiller Already” podcast along with a few other prominent YouTube personalities.
On January 6, 2013, Keith Ratliff, a key member of FPSRussia’s production team, was killed by his own firearm. Ratliff was the one who got the firearms that were used to create the videos.
Following Ratliff death, the FPSRussia channel stopped producing videos. This continued until February 19, 2013.
In 2014, FPSRussia ranked 78th on the top 100 YouTube channels listed in the New NewMediaRockstars. FPSRussia has been the winner of Webb Awards 2013 for Backups II for Call of Duty.
The success of FPSRussia led to the creation of another YouTube channel, Moore FPSRussia. With an affiliation with “Epic Food” in July 2011, the channel received over 800,000 views on its videos.
In 2012, the channel’s creator had the opportunity to appear in the trailer “Call of Duty: Black Ops II”, which was a huge success. In March 2013, FPSRussia, in collaboration with fellow game developer Zaah, led another successful campaign, FPSRussia: The Game.
FPSRussia Net Worth in 2022
FPSRussia is one of the most popular followers on YouTube channels with over 835 million video views and 6.5 million subscribers. As of 2022, FPSRussia’s Net Worth is approximately $3 Million Dollars. Georgia’s state-run YouTube channel has made a large portion of its revenue from video popularity and advertising on the channel. The release of the live-action trailer as “Call of Duty: Black Ops II” was a huge success for Guy Ritchie. As of June 2022, the total value of the FPSRussia channel is estimated at $800.