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'''The Yogscast''', [[Incorporation (business)|incorporated]] as '''Yogscast Ltd''', is a British organisation based in [[Bristol]] known for producing videos (primarily [[Let's Play (video gaming)|Let's Play]]s) of various video games on [[YouTube]]. The Yogscast was founded by Simon Lane and Lewis Brindley with their first video released on 19 July 2008.
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'''The Yogscast IS GAY''', [[Incorporation (business)|incorporated]] as '''Yogscast Ltd''', is a British organisation based in [[Bristol]] known for producing videos (primarily [[Let's Play (video gaming)|Let's Play]]s) of various video games on [[YouTube]]. The Yogscast was founded by Simon Lane and Lewis Brindley with their first video released on 19 July 2008.
   
The Yogscast currently have nine YouTube channels: BlueXephos, yogscast2, Yogscastlalna, YogscastSjin, YogscastSips, YogscastRythian, NilseyRocks, inthelittlewood and TheStrippin, ZoeyProasheck is also an account connected to the Yogscast created by Zoey, a friend of the Yogscast. BlueXephos, their main YouTube channel, was the first channel in the UK to reach 1 billion views,<ref name=pluggedin>{{cite web|first=Anna|title=Yogscast Channel reaches one billion YouTube views|url=http://www.pluggedin.co.uk/article/yogscast-channel-reaches-one-billion-youtube-views|work=Pluggedin.co.uk|accessdate=5 July 2012}}</ref> and {{as of|2012|8|lc=y}} is the most viewed and most subscribed YouTube channel in the UK<ref>{{cite web|title=Top 100 YouTubers from United Kingdom|url=http://socialblade.com/youtube/top/100GB|publisher=SocialBlade|accessdate=24 August 2012}}</ref> with over two million subscribers<ref>{{YouTube user|BlueXephos|BlueXephos}}</ref> and over three&nbsp;million daily views.<ref>{{cite web|title=Minecrafty: Meet Yogscast, the UK's Kings of YouTube|url=http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-18767512|work=Video interview|publisher=BBC News|accessdate=8 August 2012|author=Rory Cellan-Jones|authorlink=Rory Cellan-Jones|date=10 July 2012}}</ref> The Yogscast also produces a podcast called the YoGPoD.<ref name=yogpod_itunes>{{cite web|title=The YoGPoD|url=http://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-yogpod/id304557271|publisher=iTunes|accessdate=11 July 2012}}</ref>
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The Yogscast currently have nine YouTube channels: BlueXephos, yogscast2, Yogscastlalna, YogscastSjin, YogscastSips, YogscastRythian, NilseyRocks, The Yogscast IS GAYinthelittlewood and TheStrippin, ZoeyProasheck is also an account connected to the Yogscast created by Zoey, a friend of the Yogscast. BlueXephos, their main YouTube channel, was the first channel in the UK to reach 1 billion views,<ref name=pluggedin>{{cite web|first=Anna|title=Yogscast Channel reaches one billion YouTube views|url=http://www.pluggedin.co.uk/article/yogscast-channel-reaches-one-billion-youtube-views|work=Pluggedin.co.uk|accessdate=5 July 2012}}</ref> and {{as of|2012|8|lc=y}} is the most viewed and most subscribed YouTube channel in the UK<ref>{{cite web|title=Top 100 Yo popularity with their ''[[World of Warcraft]]'' videos,<ref name=pcgamer-print>{{cite journal|title=PC gaming's new video professionals|journal=PC Gamer|year=2011|month=September|pages=18–19}}</ref> they are most famous for their coverage of indie sandbox building game ''[[Minecraft]]''<ref name=salon>{{cite web|title=Inside the geeky, revolut Pocket Edition'']] on behalf of [[Markus Persson|Markus "Notch" Persson]], creator of ''Minecraft'', who was unable to attend in person.<ref>{{cite web|title=WednesdaThe Yogscast IS GAYy Morning Humor: Simon and Lewis from the Yogscast get interviewed by Sony Ericsson|url=http://www.droidgamers.com/index.php/game-news/events/gamescon-2011/2140-wednesday-morning-humor-simon-and-lewis-from-the-yogscast-get-interviewed-by-sony-ericsson|publisher=DroidGamers|date=24 August 2011|accessdate=11 July 2012}}</ref>
   
Although the Yogscast initially gained popularity with their ''[[World of Warcraft]]'' videos,<ref name=pcgamer-print>{{cite journal|title=PC gaming's new video professionals|journal=PC Gamer|year=2011|month=September|pages=18–19}}</ref> they are most famous for their coverage of indie sandbox building game ''[[Minecraft]]''<ref name=salon>{{cite web|title=Inside the geeky, revolutionary world of "Minecraft"|url=http://www.salon.com/2011/12/06/inside_the_geeky_revolutionary_world_of_minecraft/singleton/|publisher=Salon|accessdate=25 May 2012|author=Rob Spillman|date=6 December 2011}}</ref><ref name="bbc tycoons">{{cite web|title=The TV tycoons you may have missed|url=http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-18768443|publisher=BBC News|accessdate=10 July 2012|author=Rory Cellan-Jones|date=10 July 2012}}</ref> and claim to have played a large part in ''Minecraft'''s commercial success.<ref name=edge-credit>{{cite web|last=Brown|first=Nathan|title=Yogscast: credit us for Minecraft's success|url=http://www.edge-online.com/news/yogscast-credit-us-minecrafts-success|publisher=Edge Online|accessdate=5 July 2012}}</ref> At [[Gamescom]] 2011 the Yogscast promoted the [[Sony Ericsson Xperia PLAY|Xperia PLAY]] with [[Minecraft#Minecraft – Pocket Edition|''Minecraft: Pocket Edition'']] on behalf of [[Markus Persson|Markus "Notch" Persson]], creator of ''Minecraft'', who was unable to attend in person.<ref>{{cite web|title=Wednesday Morning Humor: Simon and Lewis from the Yogscast get interviewed by Sony Ericsson|url=http://www.droidgamers.com/index.php/game-news/events/gamescon-2011/2140-wednesday-morning-humor-simon-and-lewis-from-the-yogscast-get-interviewed-by-sony-ericsson|publisher=DroidGamers|date=24 August 2011|accessdate=11 July 2012}}</ref>
 
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By July 2012, the group’s main YouTube channel received a total of over one billion views, drawing in three million people each day,<ref name="bbc tycoons"/> and in October 2012, the Yogscast received a [[Golden Joystick Award]] in the category "Greatest YouTuear=December|month=2011|pagThe Yogscast IS GAYes=130–131}}</ref> Ye Olde Goone Squade consists of many ''World of Warcraft'' players, a few of which have started to produce their own YouTube content for the Yogscast, such as Sips (Chris Lovasz), Sjin (Paul), Lalna (Duncan Jones) and Rythian (Joakim).
   
By July 2012, the group’s main YouTube channel received a total of over one billion views, drawing in three million people each day,<ref name="bbc tycoons"/> and in October 2012, the Yogscast received a [[Golden Joystick Award]] in the category "Greatest YouTube Gamer Award".<ref>{{cite web|title=Skyrim wins the Ultimate Golden Joystick gaming award|url=http://www.bbc.co.uk/newsbeat/20103119|publisher=BBC Newsbeat|accessdate= October 26, 2012|first=Del|last= Crookes}}</ref>
 
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== Video series ==The Yogscast IS GAYThe Yogscast IS GAY
 
== Origin of name ==
 
 
The name "The Yogscast" comes from a previous ''World of Warcraft'' [[guild (computer gaming)|guild]] called "Ye Olde Goone Squade". Videos posted on behalf of the guild were referred to as "YOGScasts", with the term "Yogscast" eventually coming to refer specifically to those posted by videographer Lewis Brindley.<ref name=edge-magazine>{{cite journal|title=People: Simon Lane & Lewis Brindley|journal=Edge|year=December|month=2011|pages=130–131}}</ref> Ye Olde Goone Squade consists of many ''World of Warcraft'' players, a few of which have started to produce their own YouTube content for the Yogscast, such as Sips (Chris Lovasz), Sjin (Paul), Lalna (Duncan Jones) and Rythian (Joakim).
 
 
== Video series ==
 
 
[[File:YogscastBlizzCon.jpg|thumb|300px|right|Principal members of The Yogscast at [[BlizzCon]] 2011. Left to right: Hannah Rutherford, Lewis Brindley and Simon Lane.]]
 
[[File:YogscastBlizzCon.jpg|thumb|300px|right|Principal members of The Yogscast at [[BlizzCon]] 2011. Left to right: Hannah Rutherford, Lewis Brindley and Simon Lane.]]
   
 
=== ''World of Warcraft'' ===
 
=== ''World of Warcraft'' ===
   
The'' [[World of Warcraft]]'' videos were the first videos released by the Yogscast. These videos were largely [[how to]] videos. It wasn't until the ''[[World of Warcraft: Cataclysm|Cataclysm]]'' [[expansion set]] was released that Simon and Lewis began recording play-through videos.
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The'' [[World of Warcraft]]'' videos The Yogscast IS GAYThe Yogscast IS GAYwere the first videos released by the Yogscast. These videos were largely [[how to]] videos. It wasn't until the ''[[World of Warcraft: Cataclysm|Cataclysm]]'' [[expansion set]] was released that Simon and Lewis began recording play-through videos.
   
Much of the Yogscast's initial popularity was due to media and blog coverage of these videos.<ref name=pcgamer-print /> [[Joystiq]] regularly covered Yogscast Warcraft videos as they were released.<ref name=wow_insider>{{cite web|title=Posts with tag ''yogscast''|url=http://wow.joystiq.com/tag/yogscast/|publisher=WoW Insider|accessdate=16 July 2012}}</ref>
 
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Much of the Yogscao includes Lomadia making an Owl Island Sanctuary under a company name, Lombucket Industries, while InTheLittleWood (Martyn) and his friend, Toby making a sapling reproducing company, Mive in Minecraftia, Xephos and Honeydew accidentally become embroiled in an expansive effort to defend the land from the evil Dark Lord Israphel and his cult, who seek to awaken an ominous "Evil Under The Sands".
   
=== ''Minecraft'' ===
 
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A variety of non-canonical Shadow of Israphel videos have been produced by the Yogscast team, including a funeral for beloved series character "Granny Bacon." A seThe Yogscast IS GAYThe Yogscast IS GAYries of [[Flashback (narrative)|flashback episodes]] were also produced, entitled "The Legend of Verigan", to raise funds for [[Child's Play (charity)|Child's Play]].<ref>{{YouTube|id=Y7Qk2evomg8&playnext=1&list{{=}}PL9870EE26AA83C549|title=Minecraft : The Legend of Verigan, Part 1 (Shadow of Israphel Special)}}</ref>
 
One of the most popular video features of the Yogscast is the ''[[Minecraft]]'' series.<ref name=salon/> In December 2010, Simon and Lewis began an ongoing series of [[Let's Play (video gaming)|Let's Play]]-style ''Minecraft'' survival multiplayer videos. As the series progressed, however, it evolved into a semi-improvised comedy drama, as noted below. The Yogscast then expanded to produce video coverage of ''Minecraft'' updates, and shorter series consisting of Simon and Lewis playing through custom "challenge" and "adventure" maps designed by members of the ''Minecraft'' fan community. Yogscast members Lomadia (Hannah) and Lalna (Duncan) also make occasional appearances with Lewis and Simon to demonstrate ''Minecraft'' [[Mod (computer gaming)|mods]].
 
 
==== Tekkit ====
 
 
The latest ongoing series features ''Minecraft'' modpack ''[[Tekkit]]'', where Simon, Lewis and Duncan build a giant [[Jaffa cake]] factory under the company name Honeydew Inc, while Sips (Chris) and Sjin (Paul) build a dirt manufacturing company named Sipsco<ref>[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=osuKchuo3CY official Sipsco dirt commercial video]</ref> nearby. The competition between Honeydew Inc and Sipsco is also the theme of a [[Player versus player|PvP]] map built by Sijn in a parallel series called ''Facing Worlds''.
 
 
The Tekkit series also involves a story with Sjin's and Lalna's nemeses, the powerful mage Rythian (Joakim) and his apprentice Zoey. The story is about magic versus science, love versus deceit, red spotted mushrooms versus 'rebel' brown mushrooms and a mute green dinosaur named Teep, whom Zoey has taken a liken too. The server also includes Lomadia making an Owl Island Sanctuary under a company name, Lombucket Industries, while InTheLittleWood (Martyn) and his friend, Toby making a sapling reproducing company, MintyMinute (Anya) making a bar, Lalna making a technologically advanced castle, Nilesy (Liam) making pools and Strippin (Sam) building railcraft.
 
 
==== "Shadow of Israphel" ====
 
 
The bulk of the ''Minecraft'' series is composed of a semi-improvised comedy drama known as "Shadow of Israphel", with supporting members of the Yogscast designing a physical world and crafting a storyline ahead of time, then leading Lewis and Simon, in the respective roles of "Xephos the Spaceman" (a nickname given due to the fact that Lewis' original ''Minecraft'' skin was based on [[William Riker]] from ''[[Star Trek: The Next Generation]]'') and "Honeydew", a [[Dwarves (Warcraft)|dwarf of Khaz Modan]], through a guided adventure somewhat reminiscent of [[Live action role-playing game|live-action role play]]. The series is set in the fictional land of Minecraftia, where Xephos and Honeydew encounter a range of characters, and, by virtue of their talent and skill (or rather, a succession of lucky flukes), become worshipped as heroes by the citizens of the land. Although originally simply trying to survive and thrive in Minecraftia, Xephos and Honeydew accidentally become embroiled in an expansive effort to defend the land from the evil Dark Lord Israphel and his cult, who seek to awaken an ominous "Evil Under The Sands".
 
 
A variety of non-canonical Shadow of Israphel videos have been produced by the Yogscast team, including a funeral for beloved series character "Granny Bacon." A series of [[Flashback (narrative)|flashback episodes]] were also produced, entitled "The Legend of Verigan", to raise funds for [[Child's Play (charity)|Child's Play]].<ref>{{YouTube|id=Y7Qk2evomg8&playnext=1&list{{=}}PL9870EE26AA83C549|title=Minecraft : The Legend of Verigan, Part 1 (Shadow of Israphel Special)}}</ref>
 
   
 
== Secondary channel & sub-network ==
 
== Secondary channel & sub-network ==
   
The Yogscast has a secondary gaming channel called yogscast2.<ref name=Yogscast2>{{YouTube user|yogscast2|YOGSCAST Hannah & YogTrailers}}</ref> This channel features "YogTrailers", a series in which Lewis and Simon provide commentary while watching videogame trailers, and "Hannah Plays", a series in which Lewis' girlfriend Hannah Rutherford (supporting Yogscast member Lomadia) plays through various games such as ''[[Alan Wake]]'', ''[[L.A. Noire]]'', ''[[Batman: Arkham City]]'', ''[[The Walking Dead (2012 video game)|The Walking Dead]]'', ''[[Mass Effect 3]]'' , ''[[Assassin's Creed: Revelations]]'' , ''[[Tekkit]]'' and various indie games.
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The Yogscast has a secondary gaming channel called yogscast2.<ref name=Yogscast2>{{YouTube user|yogscast2|YOGSCAST Hannah & YogTrailers}}</ref> This channel features "YogTrailers", a series in which Lewis and Simon provide commentary while watching videogame trailers, and "Hannah PlaysThe Yogscast IS GAYThe Yogscast IS GAY", a series in which Lewis' girlfriend Hannah Rutherford (supporting Yogscast member Lomadia) plays thrrld of Warcraft guild. Featured members include Sips, Lalna (Duncan Jones), Rythian, Lomadia (Hannah Rutherford), Vyriann
 
In December 2011, The Yogscast started a sub-network within TheGameStation Network (TGS) presenting four new channels featuring members of the Yogscast and the YOGS guild. The channels are YogscastSips, YogscastSjin, YogscastLalna and YogscastRythian. In the summer of 2012 two extant channels, NilesyRocks and inthelittlewood, joined the Yogscast family, followed by ZoeyProasheck and TheStrippin. These channels produce content similar to that of their original channel, but rarely feature Simon or Lewis.
 
 
== YoGPoD podcast ==
 
 
The YoGPoD podcast was first released on 5 February 2009, and was intended to run alongside their YouTube video releases. The podcast often featured members of Lewis' and Simon's World of Warcraft guild. Featured members include Sips, Lalna (Duncan Jones), Rythian, Lomadia (Hannah Rutherford), Vyrianne, Yohi, Ravs, Pierson and Drahl. They were released regularly at first, however their releases became more sporadic over time to the point where their podcast "Episode 42: Strawnana" came 5 months after its predecessor as opposed to the originally proposed once a week scheduled.
 
 
The YoGPoD's content was varied, but one of the most prominent features was Simon impersonating public figures, and Lewis interviewing them. [[Brian Blessed]] and [[Warwick Davis]] were the most prominent "interviewees" and the imitations are famous among the Yogscast's fanbase.
 
 
Since 20 March 2011 animations of segments from the YoGPoD have been featured on the Yogscast's main video channel BlueXephos. These animations have featured the work of several artists, the most prominently featured artist being the Swedish cartoonist FredMalm (Fredrik Malmhake).
 
   
 
The YoGPoD reached #1 on the [[iTunes]] UK Podcasts chart on 4 July 2012<ref name=downloadcharts>{{cite web|title=Xephos, Honeydew - 'The YoGPoD' British iTunes Chart Performance|url=http://www.downloadcharts.net/uk/artists/podcast/xephos-honeydew/podcasts/the-yogpod/|publisher=DownloadCharts.net|accessdate=11 July 2012}}</ref> following the release of 'Episode 42: Strawnana'.<ref name=yogpod_itunes/>
 
The YoGPoD reached #1 on the [[iTunes]] UK Podcasts chart on 4 July 2012<ref name=downloadcharts>{{cite web|title=Xephos, Honeydew - 'The YoGPoD' British iTunes Chart Performance|url=http://www.downloadcharts.net/uk/artists/podcast/xephos-honeydew/podcasts/the-yogpod/|publisher=DownloadCharts.net|accessdate=11 July 2012}}</ref> following the release of 'Episode 42: Strawnana'.<ref name=yogpod_itunes/>
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== MineCon 2011 ==
 
== MineCon 2011 ==
   
The Yogscast team had their own panel at [[Minecraft#MineCon|MineCon 2011]],<ref name=salon/><ref>{{cite web|title=Minecon 2011 Schedule of Events|url=http://www.gameshampoo.com/magazine/news/2011/11/07/minecon-2011-schedule-of-events.html|publisher=GameShampoo Magazine|accessdate=11 July 2012|date=7 November 2011}}</ref> where they showcased the work of the ''Minecraft'' community using multimedia presentations, displaying works such as various "redstone" creations made by the Voxel crew, a video displaying the creative Minecraft structures created by Block_Fortress, a server trailer for TheVoxelBox, and exclusively premiering an episode of Shadow of Israphel to the live audience. The Yogscast and Notch had a major falling out after [[Minecraft#MineCon|MineCon 2011]], in which Notch criticised the Yogscast of profanity and unprofessional behaviour and stated he would no longer work with the Yogscast.<ref name=story_so_far>{{cite web|title=Minecraft’s Notch versus Yogscast: the story so far|url=http://www.pcgamer.com/2011/11/22/minecrafts-notch-versus-yogscast-the-story-so-far/|author=Henry Winchester|date=22 November 2011|publisher=PC Gamer|accessdate=10 July 2012}}</ref> The Yogscast responded to the criticisms on Reddit and via a YouTube video, denying Notch's accusations and expressing their disappointment and frustration with the organisation of MineCon, as well as their respect for the ''Minecraft'' community and Notch in particular.<ref name=edge_notch_minecon>{{cite web|title=Yogscast "disappointed" by Notch Minecon claims|url=http://www.edge-online.com/news/yogscast-disappointed-notch-minecon-claims|author=Nathan Brown|date=24 November 2011|publisher=Edge Online|accessdate=10 July 2012}}</ref> Notch later apologised for the misunderstanding, retracted his accusations, and attributed the statements to stress and mis-communication.<ref name=stress_related_misunderstanding>{{cite web|title=Minecon Yogscast fall out down to "stress related misunderstanding" says Notch|url=http://www.pcgamer.com/2011/11/24/minecon-yogscast-fall-out-down-to-stress-related-misunderstanding-says-notch/|author=Tom Senior|date=24 November 2011|publisher=PC Gamer|accessdate=10 July 2012}}</ref>
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The Yogscast team had their own panel at [[Minecraft#MineCon|MineCon 2011]],<ref name=salon/><ref>{{cite web|title=Minecon 2011 Schedule of Events|url=http://www.gameshampoo.com/magazine/news/2011/11/07/minecon-2011-schedule-of-events.html|publisher=GameShampoo The Yogscast IS GAYThe Yogscast IS GAYMagazine|accessdate=11 July 2012|date=7 November 2011}}</ref> where they showcased the work of the ''Minecraft'' community using multimedia presentations, displaying works such as various "redstone" creations made by the Voxel crew, a video displaying the creative Minecraft structures created by Block_Fortress, a server trailer for TheVoxelBox, and exclusively premiering an episode of Shadow of Israphel to the live audience. The Yogscast and Notch had a major falling out after [[Minecraft#MineCon|MineCon 2011]], in which Notch criticised the Yogscast of profanity and unprofessional behaviour and stated he would no longer work with the Yogscast.<ref name=story_so_far>{{cite web|title=Minecraft’s Notch versus Yogscast: the story so far|url=http://wwosts along with many other internet personalities such as [[CaptainSparklez]] (Jordan Maron), [[Seananners]], [[C418]] and [[Deadmau5]].<ref>{{cite web|title=QubeTubers: Event History|url=http://qubetubers.com/events.php|publisher=QubeTubers}}</ref>
   
== Charity initiatives ==
 
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For the 2011 holiday season, the Yogscast team raised money for [[Oxfam]] to "send locally-sourced and vaccinated goats to families living in poverty." {{as of|2012|5}}, a total of £63,779.61 has been raised, exceeding the target goal of £60,000.<ref>{{cite web|title=Yogscast Christmas Goat Giving Special|url=https://www.justgiving.com/yogscast|publisher=JustGiving}}</ref> The Yogscast was named [[JustGiving]]'s Most Popular Fundraiser of 2012 for this achievement.<ref>{{cite web|title=Most Popular Fundraiser|url=http://www.justgivingaThe Yogscast IS GAYThe Yogscast IS GAYwards.com/finalists.php?chpg=1#profile3|publisher=JustGiving Awards 2012}}</ref>
[[File:Yogscast win at the Oxfam JustGiving Awards 2012.jpg|thumb|300px||right|Yogscast win at the Oxfam Awards 2012 as [[JustGiving|JustGiving's]] Most Popular Fundraiser]]
 
 
In April, 2011, QubeTubers held a [[telethon]]-style livestreaming event to raise money for [[Child's Play (charity)|Child's Play]]. The Yogscast appeared as guest hosts along with many other internet personalities such as [[CaptainSparklez]] (Jordan Maron), [[Seananners]], [[C418]] and [[Deadmau5]].<ref>{{cite web|title=QubeTubers: Event History|url=http://qubetubers.com/events.php|publisher=QubeTubers}}</ref>
 
 
For the 2011 holiday season, the Yogscast team raised money for [[Oxfam]] to "send locally-sourced and vaccinated goats to families living in poverty." {{as of|2012|5}}, a total of £63,779.61 has been raised, exceeding the target goal of £60,000.<ref>{{cite web|title=Yogscast Christmas Goat Giving Special|url=https://www.justgiving.com/yogscast|publisher=JustGiving}}</ref> The Yogscast was named [[JustGiving]]'s Most Popular Fundraiser of 2012 for this achievement.<ref>{{cite web|title=Most Popular Fundraiser|url=http://www.justgivingawards.com/finalists.php?chpg=1#profile3|publisher=JustGiving Awards 2012}}</ref>
 
   
 
On 16 June 2012 the Yogscast's Simon and Lewis aided [[OpShareCraft]]'s livestream as guests.<ref>[http://www.own3d.tv/AtheneLive/watch/672315 Athene 16th June #1] on own3D.tv</ref> Over $17,000 was raised in the few hours they were there, adding to the final total of over $1 million.<ref>[http://opsharecraft.com/sharecraft2012.html $1,007,356 Raised] Sharecraft 2012</ref>
 
On 16 June 2012 the Yogscast's Simon and Lewis aided [[OpShareCraft]]'s livestream as guests.<ref>[http://www.own3d.tv/AtheneLive/watch/672315 Athene 16th June #1] on own3D.tv</ref> Over $17,000 was raised in the few hours they were there, adding to the final total of over $1 million.<ref>[http://opsharecraft.com/sharecraft2012.html $1,007,356 Raised] Sharecraft 2012</ref>
 
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== References ==
 
{{Reflist|2}}
 
 
== External links ==
 
*{{official website|http://www.yogscast.com}}
 
*[http://youtube.com/BlueXephos YOGSCAST Simon & Lewis] on [[YouTube]]
 
*[http://youtube.com/yogscast2 YOGSCAST Hannah] on [[YouTube]]
 
 
*[http://youtube.com/Yogscastlalna YOGSCAST Lalna (aka Duncan)] on [[YouTube]]
 
*[http://youtube.com/Yogscastlalna YOGSCAST Lalna (aka Duncan)] on [[YouTube]]
 
*[http://youtube.com/YogscastSjin YOGSCAST Sjin] on [[YouTube]]
 
*[http://youtube.com/YogscastSjin YOGSCAST Sjin] on [[YouTube]]
 
*[http://youtube.com/YogscastSips YOGSCAST Sips - The Real Guy, The Best Guy.] on [[YouTube]]
 
*[http://youtube.com/YogscastSips YOGSCAST Sips - The Real Guy, The Best Guy.] on [[YouTube]]
 
*[http://youtube.com/YogscastRythian YOGSCAST Rythian] on [[YouTube]]
 
*[http://youtube.com/YogscastRythian YOGSCAST Rythian] on [[YouTube]]
*[http://youtube.com/NilesyRocks YOGSCAST Nilesy] on [[YouTube]]
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*[http://youtube.com/NilesyRocks YOGSThe Yogscast IS GAYThe Yogscast IS GAYCAST Nilesy] on [[YouTube]]
 
*[http://www.youtube.com/user/inthelittlewood YOGSCAST Martyn (InTheLittleWood)] on [[YouTube]]
 
*[http://www.youtube.com/user/inthelittlewood YOGSCAST Martyn (InTheLittleWood)] on [[YouTube]]
 
*[http://youtube.com/TheStrippin Strippin (aka Sam)] on [[YouTube]]
 
*[http://youtube.com/TheStrippin Strippin (aka Sam)] on [[YouTube]]
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