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Seán William McLoughlin (born 7 February 1990), better known as Jacksepticeye, is an Irish YouTuber, best known for his vlogs and comedic Let's Play series. As of August 2021, his channel has over 14.3 billion views and 27.4 million subscribers, and is the most-subscribed Irish channel.[2][3] He is the co-founder of the clothing brand Cloak, along with fellow YouTuber Markiplier, and the founder and owner of the Top of The Mornin Coffee company. He has participated in fundraisers that have raised millions for charity.[4]

Jacksepticeye
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McLoughlin in September 2018
Personal information
BornSeán William McLoughlin
7 February 1990 (age 31)
Occupation
  • YouTuber
Partner(s)Evelien Smolders (2019–present)
Websitejacksepticeye.com
YouTube information
Channel
Years active2012–present
Genre
Subscribers27.3 million[1]
Total views14.4 billion[1]
Associated acts
Catchphrase(s)
  • "Top of the mornin' to ya laddies!"
  • "Like a boss!"
  • "Speed is key!"
YouTube Silver Play Button 2.svg 100,000 subscribers 2014
YouTube Gold Play Button 2.svg 1,000,000 subscribers 2014
YouTube Diamond Play Button.svg 10,000,000 subscribers 2016

Updated: 15 August 2021

Contents


Early life

Seán William McLoughlin was born on 7 February 1990, in Cloghan, County Offaly, the youngest of five children to John (c. 1936 – January 27, 2021) and Florrie McLoughlin.[5][6][7] He was given the nickname "Jack Septic Eye" after an accident during a football match in which he injured his eye.[8] As a teenager, he moved with his parents to a log cabin in Ballycumber, County Offaly.[7] He was the drummer for a melodic death metal-influenced metalcore band called Raised to the Ground, with whom he released one EP titled Risen from the Ashes in 2009.[9][10] He then moved to an apartment in Athlone, County Westmeath.[11]


Internet career

McLoughlin started uploading gameplay videos under the name "jacksepticeye" to YouTube in November 2012. In 2013, he was mentioned in a PewDiePie video, causing him to go from 2,500 subscribers to 15,000 in four days.[12] During July 2014, his channel gained over 57 million views. At the time, his channel had only 800,000 subscribers.[13] By February 2015, the channel had reached one billion views and 3.2 million subscribers.[14] In January 2016, he was one of the initial YouTubers signed under PewDiePie's multi-channel network, Revelmode.[15][16]

McLoughlin co-starred as the antagonist in the second season of the YouTube Red show Scare PewDiePie. However, the season was cancelled before its release due to controversy surrounding PewDiePie.[17][18] The series was planned to premiere on 9 March 2017.[18] On 18 February 2017, McLoughlin released a video called "Let's Talk!" to his YouTube channel, which discussed PewDiePie being cut from Maker Studios for his use of anti-Semitic imagery. In it, he clarified that although he had tweeted in support of PewDiePie, he did not condone his actions and believed that he should have been more apologetic in response to the controversy. Overall, McLoughlin states, "You can still be friends with someone but not agree with something they do. I don't think the world is that black-and-white."[19] However, the next day he tweeted that he regretted focusing on criticising PewDiePie in the video, saying that he had been "naive". In a Tumblr post, he said his main regret was not commenting on the mainstream media's reporting of the controversy stating, "there were some unethical practices at play with the media, a lot of misquoting and misrepresentation."[19] Following the controversy, it was confirmed that the Revelmode network had been shut down by Disney.[20] McLoughlin then signed to the Disney Digital Network.

In June 2017, Polaris, a division of The Walt Disney Company, announced that McLoughlin would be featured on D | XP, a television programming block on the channel Disney XD. The title of the series featuring McLoughlin is Polaris: Player Select.[21] In July 2017, it was announced that McLoughlin would be a playable character in the strategic prison-escape game The Escapists 2.[22] In September 2017, McLoughlin was featured on the RTÉ 2 Rich List in the "top 30 under 30" category.[23]

McLoughlin toured throughout September–October 2017, in the US with the How Did We Get Here tour, and then returned to the UK and Europe to tour with the Game Grumps for the Ready Player 3 tour.[24] In February 2018, McLoughlin released dates for a US and Canada run of the How Did We Get Here tour.[25][26] Throughout 2018 and 2019 McLoughlin would also feature in the line-ups of multiple festivals including the 2018 HowTheLightGetsIn Festival in Hay-on-Wye,[27] the 2018 Just for Laughs comedy festival,[28] and the 2019 Metarama Gaming + Music Festival alongside acts such as Marshmello, Logic, Ninja, and Overwatch League players.[29][30]

McLoughlin in September 2018, speaking during the PAX West festival in Seattle, Washington

In January 2018, it was announced McLoughlin would produce exclusive content for Twitch as part of a multi-year deal with Disney’s Digital Network.[31] In January 2019, McLoughlin signed with the talent agency WME and later that year signed with the multi-channel network Studio71.[17][32] Later that year, McLoughlin announced that he would be featured in the movie Free Guy starring Ryan Reynolds, which was released in August 2021.[33] Previously, Reynolds had appeared in a video of McLoughlin's in which they played the video game Deadpool together.[34][35]

In July 2020, McLoughlin made a video declaring he would be going on a break, which lasted for just over a month.[36] He stated that he was exhausted from uploading every day and that he didn't have the same passion in the political state of the world and the internet. McLoughlin returned to his channel with a livestream titled "The Return" on August 10, 2020.[37] He has since resumed regular uploads but has stated that he would be discontinuing his two-video-a-day schedule as it was mentally and physically draining. On 7 February 2021, McLoughlin announced he would be taking another indefinite hiatus from recording and streaming due to personal grief, following the death of his father in January.[38] He returned on 22 February, 2021.[39] In July 2021, McLoughlin released a short film named 15 MONTHS; filmed, edited and produced himself, which he describes as his life experiences for the past year.[40][non-primary source needed]


YouTube content

McLoughlin uploads once a day to his YouTube channel, usually a Let's Play or vlog style of video.[14] He has claimed an inclusive community is an important part of the Jacksepticeye channel, stating, "One of the main things I wanted to do on YouTube is to keep people together."[12] He calls himself the "most energetic video-game commentator on YouTube".[41] He has also described his content as an "assault on the senses" that people "either love or hate".[14] In an interview with the Irish Independent, he described the format of his videos as him playing and talking over video games with a lot of swearing.[42] He has cited his use of swearing as a key aspect to his success saying, "There's lots of swearing. The more you swear the better. People react very positively to that apparently."[23]


Criticism of YouTube

McLoughlin has been critical of the changing algorithms and policies at YouTube, voicing his dissatisfaction. In April 2018, McLoughlin responded to YouTube pulling ads from "unsuitable content", stating, "This is people's careers. To completely switch how you do things and not tell anybody is a sh-ty [sic] thing to do."[43] In May 2018, he responded to a surprise algorithm test from YouTube which changed the order of videos displayed in its subscription feed by stating, "People use the subscription tab to mainly avoid this sort of algorithmic behavior. Please keep that to the home page and recommendations."[44]


Other ventures

In October 2018, McLoughlin posted a video announcing Cloak, a clothing brand he created with Markiplier.[45] Items were available for preorder at the time of upload, and the brand officially launched the following month.[45][46] In June 2020, Cloak welcomed the Twitch streamer Pokimane as a third partner and creative director for the brand.[47] Helped by a limited-edition line of Minecraft Dungeons clothes, the company grew 3,900% between May 2019 and May 2020. In the spirit of McLoughlin's and Markiplier's previous charity work, 10% of the money made from the collection was donated to the United Nations Foundation’s COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund. According to Forbes, the brand "has become a trusted shopping destination for subgenre enthusiasts everywhere, inclusive of race, gender, and body type."[48]

In a tweet posted on May 2020, Mcloughlin teased that he would be launching a coffee company. On June 15, 2020, he officially announced that he was indeed launching his own coffee company, named Top of The Mornin Coffee, and that it would start its pre-orders on the same day. He also announced that the website had partnered with the Feya Foundation, a charity aimed at combating world hunger.[49][50]


Philanthropy

Business Insider has called McLoughlin "one of YouTube's most prolific philanthropists".[51] In 2019, he was presented with a Humanitarian Stream Team award by Save the Children for his fundraising work with them.[52] In 2021, he was named one of Junior Chamber International Ireland's "Ten Outstanding Young Persons" for raising over $6 million for charity between 2017 and 2021.[53]

In December 2016, McLoughlin was a part of the Revelmode charity holiday livestream #Cringemas, with PewDiePie, Markiplier, Emma Blackery and PJ Liguori. The group raised over $1.3 million under the hashtag #EndAIDS, with matching donations from the Gates Foundation and YouTube.[54] In December 2017, McLoughlin hosted two charity streams with Blackery and Liguori to raise money for Save The Children, raising over $260,000 for the charity.[55]

Throughout 2018, McLoughlin hosted various fundraiser livestreams for charities such as the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention,[56][57] the Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance,[58] GameChanger and AbleGamers, charities which support ill and disabled gamers,[59][60] St. Jude Children's Research Hospital,[61][dead link] and Crisis Text Line, raising a total of over $1 million for charities that year.[62] In January 2019, McLoughlin hosted a livestream which raised over $100,000 for the Make-A-Wish Foundation.[63] In May 2019, McLoughlin hosted a fundraising stream for Red Nose Day 2019 raising over $110,000 in nine hours.[64]

In January 2020, McLoughlin hosted a livestream which raised over $200,000 in four hours for the bushfires in Australia.[65] In April 2020, McLoughlin hosted a livestream which raised over $650,000 in 12 hours for COVID-19 relief funds. Including subsequent livestreams in collaboration with McLoughlin, the #HopeFromHome campaign raised over $1.7 million.[66] In June 2020, McLoughlin raised over $600,000 for the Black Lives Matter organisations The Bail Project, NAACP Empowerment Programs, Color of Change, and the Advancement Project.[67] In October 2020, McLoughlin participated in the YouTuber MrBeast's Team Trees fundraising campaign, raising over $150,000 for the Arbor Day Foundation to plant trees in combat of climate change.[68] In December 2020, McLoughlin raised over $1.4 million in 10 hours for the Red Nose Day campaign. Including subsequent livestreams in collaboration with McLoughlin, the campaign raised over $4 million.[69]


Personal life

McLoughlin lives with his partner Evelien Smolders in Brighton. He identifies as non-religious.[70][non-primary source needed]

His father died on 27 January 2021, after which he received a large amount of support from several content creators.[71][non-primary source needed]


Discography

Raised to the Ground

  • Risen from the Ashes (EP, 2009)

Filmography

Film

Year Title Role Notes Refs
2021 15 Months Himself Short film [72]
Free Guy Himself Cameo appearance [73]

Television

Air date Show Channel Role Refs
2017 Polaris: Player Select Disney XD Himself [21]
Ireland's Rich List RTÉ 2 Guest [74]
2018 The Late Late Show RTÉ One [75]

Web series

Year Title Role Notes Refs
2015–16 Did You Know Gaming? Himself (voice) Narrated 2 episodes [76][77]
2016 YouTube Rewind Himself Was asked to take part in 2017 and 2018, but refused the offer.[citation needed] [78]
2017 asdfmovie Unnamed Voice Role Appeared in the 10th installment of the series [79][better source needed]
Cancelled
(planned for 2017)
Scare PewDiePie (Season 2) Himself YouTube Red [17]
2018 Good Mythical Morning Himself Also appeared in Good Mythical More [80][81]
2020 Russian Roulette Contestant Tomska sketch, voice role. [citation needed]



Gameography

Year Title Platforms Role Refs
2015 PewDiePie: Legend of the Brofist Microsoft Windows, macOS, iOS, Android Himself [82]
2017 Pinstripe Microsoft Windows, Linux, macOS, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch Drunk Man 2 "Jack" [83]
Bendy and the Ink Machine Microsoft Windows, macOS, Linux, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch,

PlayStation 4, iOS, Android

Shawn Flynn [citation needed]
2018 Monster Prom Microsoft Windows, Linux, macOS, Nintendo Switch Mr. Pheel the Eel
Calculester Hewlett-Packard
[84][85]
2019 Vacation Simulator PlayStation VR, Windows (HTC Vive, Oculus Rift) MountainShopBot [citation needed]
River City Girls Microsoft Windows, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch Godai [86]
2020 Boris and the Dark Survival Microsoft Windows, macOS, iOS, Android Shawn Flynn [citation needed]
Imagine Lifetimes Microsoft Windows Narrator [citation needed]

See also


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