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OMG THANKS TO WONDERCON IT FINALLY HAPPENED, WE FINALLY REACHED 10,000 SUBSCRIBERS! You guys, I feel legit like crying! I know “numbers don’t matter” etc. etc. etc. but to me, every single one of those “numbers” is a real-live person who likes my videos enough that they subscribed so they can come back and see more, and to me that’s incredibly special and humbling, like wow I can’t even. Thanks so much to all of you, especially those of you who have been with me for most of the journey, and those who may have started following GamesR4FITE more recently, but who have showered me with love and support, which is what it all really comes down to!

Okay, as promised, I’ll force some time into my day job this week so I can do the afore-promised Celebration Goat Simulator video, as well as maybe some other fun stuff! (Fun stuff will probably have to wait until the weekend to film though, sorry). And if there’s anything else fun you want to do to celebrate, ask and I shall do all in my power to make it happen!

Thanks again, and here’s hoping all 10,000 of you stick around to see us through to 100,000, maybe 1,000,000 and beyond! Because the more people I manage to entertain, then the better job I must be doing, and that’s a reward everyone gets to share in!

Okay, sorry for the exclamation overload >.< Now to somehow concentrate on my day job for the next eight hours while I dream up ways to celebrate 10k subs. :D

Support Cleo creating Let's Plays, Game Reviews and more!

Okay I thiiiink I set this up right? I’ll make a video about it when I have more time! This is for those of you who’ve expressed interest in helping me run the channel, please feel free to check it out and possibly donate! If you’ve never heard of Patreon, basically it’s an online service that lets you set up a regular “donation,” either per-video or per-month (I have mine set to per-month, since I tend to make a lot of videos). The more regular donations I get, the closer I reach my goal of quitting my day job and making videos full time, which as you would expect means much higher production value, more variation in what each video is about (I’m happy to keep doing Let’s Plays if that’s what the people want, but I have no lack of ideas for more exciting videos that I’d like to make if I can find the time and money to do so!). But most importantly, it really shows me that you guys like what I’m doing, and that’s a huge boost of inspiration and energy to keep doing it more often and more enthusiastically. :) I’ll add more specific goals, etc. to the site as I figure out how to use it more effectively, but for now please feel free to sign up for whatever monthly amount you feel comfortable donating! Every little bit helps!

Help newbies get started making their own let’s plays!

So I had the idea of putting together a “let’s player crash course tutorial video” featuring what little I’ve learned about making let’s plays, plus contributions from other let’s players either as a written quote I can read aloud, or a snippet of a video they’ve filmed. If you make let’s plays already and would like to add to the video, or if you know a (smaller) channel that might like to take part, please have them message me at so I can slot them in and add them to the compilation! I’d really like to get this video out by March!

(also feel free to reblog if you like this idea and would like to improve the chances of your favorite Let’s Players taking part! The more notes this gets, the more likely they might be to join the fun!)

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