StupidMadWorld

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StupidMadWorld (Russian: СтьюпидМэдВорлд; real name - Maxim Vladimirovich Yakimenko; genus. October 31, 1989, Fedorovka, Kazakhstan ) is a Kazakh video blogger, tech blogger, former doctor.

Creator and owner of a YouTube channel called "StupidMadWorld". The most popular video blogger of the Kazakhstani segment of YouTube video hosting in the iT industry and technologies. Included in the rating of Forbes magazine "15 most popular YouTube channels of Kaznet" [1] and "20 most popular YouTube channels of Kaznet".[2]

As of December 2021, the YouTube channel "stupidmadworld" has 685 thousand subscribers, and the videos on it have collected a total of 158 million views.[3]

Biography[edit]

Maxim Vladimirovich Yakimenko was born on October 31, 1989 in the village of Fedorovka, Kazakhstan. After school, he entered the medical faculty at the WKSMU named after M. Ospanov. He is a public health doctor by profession.

He started his career in the medical field. Due to the low salary, he had to change jobs.

Maxim, having mastered basic video editing, began to produce commercial videos to order.

YouTube career[edit]

On July 31, 2011, Maxim Yakimenko created a YouTube channel called "stupidmadworld" and maintains it to this day. Initially, reviews of mobile games and applications for iOS and Android were published on the channel, later reviews of equipment (phones, tablets, computers and laptops) began to appear.

In 2017, the channel gained 100 thousand subscribers, and in 2020 it crossed the bar of 500 thousand subscribers.

In August 2020, the YouTube channel "MadNews" [4] was created, which publishes news of the iT industry.

On September 1, 2020, the video blog appeared in online cinemas .

Notes[edit]

  1. Ульяна Салапаева (2017-08-11). "15 самых популярных Youtube-каналов Казнета". www.forbes.kz. Retrieved 2022-03-19.
  2. Ульяна Салапаева (2018-08-02). "20 самых популярных Youtube-каналов Казнета". www.forbes.kz. Retrieved 2022-03-19.
  3. "stupidmadworld - YouTube". www.youtube.com. Retrieved 2022-03-19.
  4. "MadNews - YouTube". www.youtube.com. Retrieved 2022-03-19.

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