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YouTube restored the two slots video channels, but days later, still had not restored the feeds’ advertising.
Two of the most popular slot machine channels on YouTube were pulled from the video sharing website for inappropriate content on June 4. Brian Christopher of “The YouTube Team” and Scott ‘The Raja’ Richter of “The Big Jackpot” had their YouTube feeds taken down the site’s administrators due to “repeated or severe violations” of YouTube policies.
The problem was, Brian Christopher and Scott Richter had no idea what their violations were. YouTube’s staff gave only vague reasons in the email explaining the actions. When appeals were made, YouTube gave a flat denial and no additional information.
Brian Christopher said the YouTube Team was accused of depicting “violent or dangerous acts that have an inherent risk of serious physical harm or death” in their videos.
Because his YouTube channel is simply live video of him playing slot machines, neither Christopher nor his team could explain what they showed that was violent or dangerous. Attempts to get clarification went unanswered.
YouTube Team & Big Jackpot Restored
Days later, The YouTube Team and the Big Jackpot were restored to YouTube. The video-sharing site gave no explanation for the restoration — and certainly no more information on why they were singled-out in the first place. No guidance was given for maintaining their good standing.
One problem with both channels was their ability to make money from advertisements was not restored — at least immediately. YouTube told Brian Christopher that his advertising would be restored within 24 to 48 hours, though it had not happened 5 days later.
The episode serves as a cautionary tale for gambling-related YouTube channels — your status as a YouTube star and big moneymaker can be taken away in an instant, inexplicably and with no recourse. YouTube can be lucrative, but it also can be a shaky foundation for a business.
The YouTube Team by Brian Christipher
Brian Christopher’s YouTube channel is a business, no doubt. He spent two years building the YouTube Team channel. Brian Christopher says he spends 8 to 12 hours a day working on the video content. Besides that, Christopher has 3 full-time employees to help him with the YouTube Team.
Working together, they built a website with hundreds of videos of Brian Christopher playing slot machines and (sometimes) winning big jackpots. The YouTube Team now has 82,000 subscribers and 50 million total views overall — with thousands of views a day. Brian Christopher has a fan club, the “Rudies”.
Yet it was all gone and deleted with one mysterious editorial decisions. Two years of work was gone in an instant. Even after the YouTube Team was restored, Christopher and his fans still wonder what happened. Some think rivals might have flagged the channel to get rid of the competition. Others think it was a mere clerical error, or something on the video “Smokin’ Hot Gems, BIG WIN Mammoth Power Slot Machine Pokies w Brian Christopher” tripped something in a YouTube algorithm.
The Big Jackpot by Scott Richter
Scott Richter’s Big Jackpot channel has 115,000 subscribers and 2 million unique monthly views. Due to the trademark #BOOM hashtag on Richter’s Twitter feed, he has a growing fan club named “The Bomb Squad”.
Slots-based YouTube channels like Raja Richter’s are a way for slots players to learn about new game titles, while making friends with others who enjoy slots play. The “group pull” allows slots players to contribute to a common stake in famous slots, then each get their turn at hitting the spin button with a chance for a big prize.
In short, YouTube slot machine channels are a fun way to enjoy a hobby. Nothing about such feeds are dangerous, violent, or likely to cause death — even if Scott Richter’s fan club is called the Bomb Squad.
YouTube Channel Policies: Arbitrary and Mysterious
The two video stars told Forbes in a recent article about the incident that other YouTube channel owners need to be aware of the dangers. Their popular feed could be gone overnight. Original video content on YouTube is a path to fame and fortune, but video-sharing entrepreneurs need to beware that they don’t get over their skis on investments in the business.
Not many precautions can be taken, because YouTube (owned by Google) is unaccountable to its channel owners, who are its business partners. It’s a one-sided relationship. YouTube makes billions off the advertisement from such slots feeds, but they can sever the relationship at any time.
Those who own a YouTube channel need to back up their video content — all of it and before it is posted. If your channel is taken down, this allows you to retrieve months or years of work. You’ll still have lost a popular channel, thousands of subscribers, and all the links to your channel, but you at least have something with which to start over.
When well-known gambling YouTuber Brian Christopher reached out to the Coeur d’Alene Casino this month about streaming live video of him playing gaming machines at the first casino to reopen after nationwide pandemic-related closures, managers were hesitant.
The casino had never allowed anyone to film their experience inside, marketing director Yvette Matt said.
Luckily for Christopher, he had a track record with Matt from her previous job at the San Manuel Casino in California, which used his videos to promote new machines.
Allowing Christopher to film, Matt said, was a win-win, because Christopher was running out of content from several weeks of casino closures and the Coeur d’Alene Casino wanted to educate people about its safety measures.
“I feel it’s kind of like my duty to help support them during this time,” said Christopher, who has 250,000 subscribers on his main YouTube channel and has reached out to dozens of casinos. “I thought it would be a good opportunity to show everyone in the U.S. what it’s like to be in a casino right now.
“I want to kind of put them at ease,” Christopher, who is from Los Angeles, added during an interview. “We can get through this together.”
He started doing YouTube full time a few years ago in the months after videos he posted for fun of him playing slot machines in Las Vegas found a following. His viewership kept growing and now his channel sees more than a million views each week.
“It’s super rewarding to have a voice, to have a position to make a difference,” Christopher said about his job as a YouTuber. “I’m very grateful that I’m able to do something.”
Christopher arrived at the Spokane International Airport Tuesday after testing negative for COVID-19 in California right before his trip. He then drove straight to the reservation casino in a car he rented.
“It was beautiful scenery on my drive,” Christopher said, adding that he wants to return and explore more of the outdoors.
Employees followed Christopher during his videos to ensure he held to his policy of just recording himself and the machines, not other people. Matt was with him to make sure he had correct information to give YouTube viewers about casino precautions.
“His fans would say, ‘Do you feel comfortable? Are you afraid to be out in a casino?’ ” Matt remembered. “He was like, ‘No, I’m not afraid at all.’ ”
The casino reopened May 1 with strict social distancing and cleaning guidelines in place after maintaining wages and benefits for employees for weeks. The reservation and Benewah County have had no confirmed COVID-19 cases.
The facility quickly hit capacity during its first day back open and some waited in line for as long as 45 minutes to get inside due to strict limits on capacity. The casino has seen a lower volume of steady traffic since, Matt said.
Christopher made a point not to announce his travel plans, so hundreds of fans wouldn’t travel to see him, as they usually do. He also said during videos that he wouldn’t greet fans or take photos, though some people did recognize him at the casino.
Matt said she didn’t think Christopher’s presence brought a noticeable increase in traffic while he was there.
In his first video, which was streamed by more than 4,000 people, Christopher described how his temperature was checked, the mask requirements and the hand-washing stations.
“It’s amazing to be back,” he said during the video.
He also decided to donate to casino staff about $1,600 he raised from viewers who sent him money during two livestreams from Idaho. Funds from a third video went to COVID-19 research efforts, according to Christopher.
“I think it was a pretty cool experience, and I would hope that maybe moving forward we work with him again,” Matt said. “Then we could actually do a promotion with him where we encourage people to come see us.”
Christopher returned to Los Angeles on Saturday and plans to visit more casinos as they reopen in the coming weeks.
He said he reached out to Northern Quest Resort & Casino, which opened Tuesday and does not allow video on the gaming floor. He was turned down for a number of reasons, according to the facility.
Northern Quest, Coeur d’Alene and Kalispel casinos are among 14 other casinos that have opened across the country in the last week, according to the American Gaming Association. They are the only facilities open on the West Coast.
“Northern Quest has extremely limited marketing and advertising campaigns in internal markets only at this time,” Julie Holland, a casino spokesperson said in an email. “While we understand that Northern Quest is one of the only casinos currently open for business in the United States, we don’t encourage cross-country travel.”
Christopher said he’s used to being turned down, as well as being the first person to film in a casino.
“They are coming around to it because they are realizing the power of social media,” he said.
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