It was a fateful day on December 5, 2020. It was the day Zach Beale posted his very first video where he played Five Nights at Freddy’s VR. Currently, the video has 42 thousand views. Beale mostly focuses on Indie Horror games, sometimes with a twist and sometimes they are just plain horror games.
Let’s learn a little more about Mr. Beale together, shall we? Contrary to popular belief, Beale is known as a TikTok star rather than a YouTube Extraordinaire. He was born on September 29, 2000, currently making him 21 years old. He went viral for a TikTok video called I’m a punny guy, I know that received more than one million likes.
Beale posts two videos every day, one at 4:00 pm EST and another at 9:00 pm EST. He chose to post at those times because he currently lives in Virginia with his fiance, Delice. Beale cares so much about his fans that whenever he knows he has to miss a day he makes a quick apology video, even though it’s not necessary.
Beale managed to gain 500 thousand subscribers on YouTube, 23.9 thousand followers on Instagram, 18.7 thousand followers on Twitter and 20 thousand followers on TwitchTV all within a year. His total number of views on the YouTube platform is 44,536,802 views.
Beale interacts with the fans in many ways such as Zach Reacts and Life Advice with Zach. Beale will post a tweet asking for people to send him their favorite funny videos and play try not to laugh with them, this content is usually posted on Mondays. Life Advice with Zach happens from time to time on Instagram Live. Beale will usually put on the lemon filter and answer life advice questions sent in from the fans.
Beale has many different factors that separate him from other creators on the platforms. The three main things he is remembered for are his Five Nights at Freddy’s series, Sleep streams and his Cat Mario videos. The Five Nights at Freddy’s series has given him more than 819,990 views. His most popular video with a million views is when he played Start Survey back in March 2021.
Whenever you are feeling like going back to your angsty teen phase filled with horror movies and underground indie music, be sure to check out Beale’s channel.