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The most popular YouTube gamer is a 90-year-old grandmother!

The most popular YouTube gamer is a 90-year-old grandmother: According to the Guinness World Records, Hamako Mori is officially the oldest YouTube gamer.

Thanks to her video game skills, she now has 250.000 Subscribers on YouTube, and is known as "Gamer Grandma".

The most popular YouTube gamer is a 90-year-old grandmother!

The YouTube gamer started playing video games 39 years ago, and in 2015 she decided to start her own YouTube channel. Her videos include rehearsals for famous games, unboxing new consoles, until her skills are rebroadcast, combined with a dose of humor. In fact, in one of her videos she has given the title Elder plays Elder Scrolls: V Skyrim, referring to the well-known fantasy game. There are also videos that will give you a taste of her and her life, such as "90 - year - old grandma plays Dauntless", with 3 million views, that Mori blows out her birthday candles and says:

"I will play Dauntless today. When I started playing it it was so much fun that I couldn't stop. I can't think of other games, it's all about that. Sometimes I end up playing it until 2 in the morning. "

The first game he had was Cassette vision, which was released in Japan on July 30, 1981. Over the years, the YouTube gamer has managed to make a large collection of consoles which she stated she had kept because they bring her memories. Note that while it has played a lot games, one of her favorites remains Grand Theft Auto. Said that "It's like watching movie» and that something she really enjoys is the age restriction that children are not allowed to play.

"Having lived through so much, I feel more than ever that playing games for so long has been the right choice. I really enjoy my life, it's beautiful, "says the YouTube gamer.

When asked why he started playing, he replied: "It simply came to our notice then. I thought it was not fair for the kids to play. So I started playing when no one was watching. »


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