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Years active2011–present
Subscribers1+ million
Total views300+ million
Associated acts
  • Caleb Hyles
  • Dawko
  • CG5
  • TomSka
  • TheMeatly Games
  • Bonecage [1]
  • TryHardNinja
  • Sharm
  • DaddyPhatSnaps
YouTube Silver Play Button 2.svg 100,000 subscribers 2015
YouTube Gold Play Button 2.svg 1,000,000 subscribers 2017
Updated January 15, 2018

DAGames (Diamond Armada Games) is a music-based, Let's Play YouTube channel. It consists of many contributors, including the mastermind behind it, Will Ryan.

As of March 2018, the channel has over 300 million total video views and 1 million subscribers.[2] Although the channel specializes in Let's Plays, it is best known for its music videos, their most famous being Build our Machine, a song based off the first chapter in the game Bendy and the Ink Machine, which has over 70 million views.


Will Ryan[edit]

William Alex Ryan (born April 29, 1992) is the founder and mastermind of DAGames. He has been a musician since 2005, when he and his friend Josh formed his first band, Land of Hell. He later founded the band Onyx Colony, his last band before he founded DAGames. He was inspired to be a Let's Player by his friend Chris Brown, and created his first YouTube channel in 2008, simply called Will Ryan. The channel disbanded in 2011 in favor of DAGames. On both channels, he was also an animator until 2016, when he passed the position of channel animator to Sean Webby. Because of his ever growing fame as a Let's Player and a musician, him and his contributors have been invited to conventions as panelists or live performers. Examples of such conventions are the 2017 TooManyGames June expo, and MomoCon 2018.[3][4] Because of Build Our Machine & Gospel of Dismay and his Let's Plays, Will was invited to be a voice actor for the third chapter of Bendy and the Ink Machine. He voices the audio recording of Grant Cohen.

Sean Webby[edit]

Sean Webby (born July 4, 1994) is the main animator and editor for DAGames. He had is own YouTube channel, SeanWebcomOfficial, that lasted 2009-2012. He was heavily involved in the online film reviewing community. It was in that community where he met Chris Dell'Isola, who eventually introduced Sean to Will Ryan. He became an official member in 2015.

Chris Dell'Isola[edit]

Christopher John Dell'Isola II (born October 28, 1991) is the main editor and producer for DAGames. His channel, Aficionados Chris, was created in 2010. He met Will in 2007 and remained close ever since. He became an official member in 2015. He now produces the DAGames animated shorts.

Chloe Eves[edit]

Chloe Anne Eves (born September 3, 1997) is the backup singer, voice actress, and part time editor for DAGames. Her first channel, ComicLoverGirlNo1, started in 2012. It was later abandoned in favor of her new channel, EeeveeGamer. She met first Will as a mutual friend, but later started dating. In 2016, she became engaged to Will, but in 2017, they broke the engagement off on friendly terms. Even with the break up, she agreed to still be a part of the channel.

Other Contributors[edit]

  • Christian(Oblivion) Animator, editor, vector artist, & composer
  • Azaeriah Voice actress, singer, & artist
  • Keyframe Artist, voice actress, animator and editor
  • Mayde Animator, artist, and musician



  • Press Start to Begin vol.1 (2016)
  • Heart of An Artist (2018)


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  2. "DAGames channel info".
  3. "TooManyGames celebrates 10 years".
  4. "MomoCon 2018 guest list".

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