RTGame's YouTube logo
13 April 1995
|Occupation||Live streamer • YouTuber|
|Total views||14.3 million|
Follower and view counts updated as of 12 April 2021. Search RTGame on Amazon.
Daniel Condren (born 13 April 1995), better known by his online alias RTGame or formerly RTGameCrowd, is an Irish-Canadian video game streamer. He is known for his humorous commentary during gameplay, and often plays games in unorthodox or mischievous ways. He began making videos in 2011, began streaming in 2016, and experienced a surge in popularity in 2018. As of March 2021[update], his Twitch channel has approximately 990,000 followers, and his YouTube channel 2.5 million.
Condren created his YouTube channel on 13 August 2011 and uploaded his first video five days later, a Terraria Let’s Play with his friends Stuart and Zach. In 2012, he started a video series on the game Team Fortress 2, which lasted until 2018.
Japan, variety content
In early 2018, Condren moved to Tokyo, Japan, to pursue a career as an English teacher. However, he decided to skip his job interview in order to focus on his online career. In June, Condren’s YouTube and Twitch channels skyrocketed and he dedicated all of his time to streaming, editing and publishing his YouTube videos. The most notable videos from this time were on the games The Sims 3, Planet Coaster and Cities: Skylines.
Back in Ireland
Since 2020, RTGame has had a video editor to help with his YouTube channel.
Condren studied at Trinity College in Dublin, Ireland, where he got his bachelor's degree in English. While studying there, he was a part of a gaming society, where he won a Mario Kart tournament and earned the title of "the Drift King". He is frequently mocked for bragging about this achievement by his fans and content creator friends, being called "the Drift Daddy".
- Minecraft builds – RTGame is known in the Minecraft community for organizing building sessions for his Twitch subscribers.
- Shiny Wooloo hunt – RTGame spent 13 days searching for a rare colour variant of a Pokémon in the game Pokémon Sword and Shield.
- "The butcher of Sapienza" – In the game Hitman 3, RTGame decided to knock all NPCs from an entire map unconscious and gather them in one place (a butcher’s shop), in order to kill the entire population with a single shot.
- List of most-followed Twitch channels
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- Walker, Ian (27 January 2021). "Hitman Player Tries To Kill Every NPC In One Map With A Single Rubber Ducky". Kotaku. Retrieved 18 March 2021.
- Marshall, Cass (27 January 2021). "A Hitman 3 streamer spent hours putting the entire town in a freezer". Polygon. Retrieved 18 March 2021.
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- "Terraria! Ep 1: Swimming is Difficult", YouTube, 18 August 2011, retrieved 2021-04-13
- "TF2: The Combat Engineer (First Solo Commentary)", YouTube, 20 June 2012, retrieved 2021-04-13
- RTGame (1 April 2018). "So hey, I moved to Japan [Video]". YouTube.
- @RTGameCrowd (14 January 2018). "RTGame Daniel on moving to Japan" (Tweet). Retrieved 2021-04-13 – via Twitter.
- RTGame (September 26, 2018). "So hey, I did a Q&A [Video]". YouTube.
- Call Me Kevin Clips (April 10, 2021). "The man behind RTGame - "Call Me" Ep.1 [Video]". YouTube.
- @RTGameCrowd (2018-09-21). "RTGame Daniel on moving back to Ireland" (Tweet) – via Twitter.
- RTGame (6 November 2018). "So hey, I did a Q&A for One Million Subscribers on Youtube". YouTube.
- Yogscast Live (December 13, 2018). "RTGAME & TOM! - YOGSCAST JINGLE JAM! - 10th December 2018 [Video]". YouTube.
- Partis, Danielle (2 January 2019). "Yogscast Jingle Jam 2018 comes to a close, raises $3.3 million for charity". influencerupdate.biz. Retrieved 2021-04-13. Unknown parameter
- RTGame (February 5, 2020). "Let's talk about life awhile [Video]". YouTube.
- @RTGameCrowd (13 April 2020). "Ah fuck I'm old now. Thanks for the birthday wishes lads! I'll be doing a special stream at 7pm tonight to mark the day" (Tweet) – via Twitter.
- "I'm actually an Irish-Canadian dual citizen!". YouTube.
- @RTGameCrowd (July 4, 2017). "RTGame Daniel on his degree" (Tweet) – via Twitter.
- @RTGameCrowd (December 4, 2015). "RTGame Daniel on Drift King" (Tweet) – via Twitter.
- @RTGameCrowd (March 18, 2021). "RTGame Daniel on Drift King proof" (Tweet) – via Twitter.
- RTGame (2021-03-19). "I lost all of my friends playing Mario Kart [Video]". YouTube.
- RTGame (3 August 2018). "So hey, I'm living through a natural disaster right now [Video]". YouTube.
- "RTGame goes crazy after spending 13 days to finally catch shiny Pokemon". Dexerto. 2020-02-18. Retrieved 2021-04-13.
- Sheridan, Connor (26 January 2021). "Hitman 3 streamer shoves entire population of Sapienza into a meat freezer". gamesradar. Retrieved 2021-04-13. Unknown parameter
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