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Dallas Korol (Owner of TheTekkitRealm)
Personal information
BornDallas Korol
(2000-11-05) November 5, 2000 (age 20)
Los Angeles, California, United States
ResidenceLos Angeles
OccupationYouTuber, Author
Websitethetekkitrealm.com, thetekkitrealmentertainment.net
YouTube information
Years active2015–present
GenreGaming, education, entertainment
470,000+ (TheTekkitRealm)
5,000+ (EraNow)
Total views70 million+
YouTube Silver Play Button 2.svg 100,000 subscribers 2018 (TheTekkitRealm)
🏳️ Nationality
💼 Occupation
🏅 Awards
  • Silver YouTube Playbutton, YouTube Creator Awards (2018)
  • World record of Subway Surfers longest gameplay (2019)
  • World record of fastest YouTube channel growth (2018)[1]
  • World Record for fastest Instagram account growth from zero. (2018)[2]
Updated 8 October 2019

TheTekkitRealm (Dallas Korol) (born November 5, 2000[3]) is an American Youtuber, filmmaker and author, who is best known for gaming, and entertainment video content on the YouTube channel TheTekkitRealm. Dallas has also published two books, one a Novel, and an educational E-book The 20th Parallel, and The Almost Complete Somewhat Accurate Guide on How to be a YouTuber since 2017.


TheTekkitRealm was originally started in 2015 by Dallas and one of his classmates as a school web design project, of which purpose was to be a video hosting platform similar to that of YouTube.[3] Later on, TheTekkitRealm's YouTube channel was started and first was known for it's Gaming Short films that were posted.[4] TheTekkitRealm later gained publicity through its YouTube channel and it's many viral videos and live streams, some of which landed media attention some years later due to some of the world record style content that was posted.[5] TheTekkitRealm is also well known for it's web content, such as offering partnerships for YouTube channels[6], online products[7], and Dallas' books, of which 50% of the revenue is donated to fan voted charities. TheTekkitRealm's official slogan is; Your daily dose of entertainment.[8]


Dallas Korol has been actively making videos and online content since 2012, and has been involved in multiple software development projects since his time in highschool.[9] One of which, being TheTekkitRealm's Appstore mobile app known as TheTekkitRealm Entertainment.[10]

Since 2015, Dallas has been producing videos on TheTekkitRealm's YouTube channel, and has garnered hundreds of videos along with million's of monthly views to go along with them.[11] Along with that, Dallas' had engaged in a career of writing and has two published books, The 20th Parallel, and The Almost Complete Somewhat Accurate Guide on How to be a YouTuber.[12] In November 2018, TheTekkitRealm started it's first ever YouTube live stream, of which featured the notorious PewDiePie vs T-Series subscriber battle.[13] This led to arguably the first big break of TheTekkitRealm's channel in terms of virality, resulting in the live stream trend to catapult Dallas' channel in late 2018.[14] This would be what paved the way to future world record attempts and achievements that TheTekkitRealm would pursue.

On May 24, 2019, TheTekkitRealm hosted a live video about the popular infinite runner game Subway Surfers, which soon rose to infamy as a new concept of a 1 year live stream.[15] This went on to get global attention and multiple media sources following the 1-year process.[16][17]

He has recorded podcasts with Zach King on YouTube topics such as Attention People, which was released in November 2018, in which he discussed his view on the YouTube Algorithm,[18] stating; I now have to upload a more specific brand of content to continue growing and can be quite demotivating how only "red arrows" and clickbait seem to attract attention nowadays. Thus branding the "Not Clickbait" inside joke of the channel.

TheTekkitRealm has also produced documentary style movies on its channel, most notably THE RAID - Official Area 51 Documentary, which was a documentative film about the famous Storm Area 51, They Can't Stop All of Us facebook event.[19]

On February 8th, 2018, TheTekkitRealm uploaded a 22 minute long video titled "(WORLD RECORD) - Growing my YouTube Channel to 1000 Subscribers in 4 days " onto his main channel. The video was a world record attempt at gaining 1,000 YouTube subscribers in the fastest time naturally after starting a channel. TheTekkitRealm kept the record until April 2019, when another YouTube channel called "Larry" beat the record at 27,000 subscribers in its first week.[20] TheTekkitRealm however, quickly regained the record by achieving 1,000 subscribers in the first 24 hours of a new channel.[21]

Raising Money[edit]

TheTekkitRealm has raised over $100,000 dollars to multiple charities, through the fan funding of its website.[22] Dallas has stated that the main goal of TheTekkitRealm.com is to raise money for fan voted charities, primarily the American Cancer Society.[citation needed]


Dallas is a heavy critic of proposals to end Net Neutrality along with Article 13, and has dedicated multiple videos to discuss the result of what would happen if internet freedom was abolished, and what effect it would have on the average consumer.[23][24]

See also[edit]

  • List of YouTubers


  1. "24 (WORLD RECORD) - Growing my YouTube Channel to 1000 Subscribers in 4 days | YouTube", YouTube, 8 February 2018, retrieved 7 October 2019
  2. "0-20K IN ONE DAY - Official Instagram World Record | YouTube", YouTube, 17 August 2018, retrieved 16 September 2019
  3. 3.0 3.1 Dallas Korol (6 February 2019). "TheTekkitRealm Wikitubia". Retrieved 22 September 2019 – via Wikitubia.
  4. Korol, Dallas (15 July 2016). "My YouTube Story..." Retrieved 6 October 2019 – via YouTube.
  5. "Subway Surfers: 365 Days (1 Year) Live Streaming to Break the World Record". Play Crazy Game. Abhishek Pratap. 2019. Retrieved 14 September 2019.
  6. TheTekkitRealm (2018). "TheTekkitRealm partnerships". TheTekkitRealm. Retrieved 14 September 2019.
  7. TheTekkitRealm (2018). "TheTekkitRealm's digital products". TheTekkitRealm. Retrieved 14 September 2019.
  8. TheTekkitRealm (2015). "TheTekkitRealm's website". TheTekkitRealm. Retrieved 14 September 2019.
  9. Korol, Dallas (15 July 2016). "My YouTube Story..." Retrieved 6 October 2019 – via YouTube.
  10. TheTekkitRealm (2016). "TheTekkitRealm Entertainment". Apple AppStore. Retrieved 10 October 2019.
  11. Noxinfluencer (11 October 2019). "TheTekkitRealm YouTube Stats & Analytics Dashboard". Retrieved 11 October 2019.
  12. "DALLAS KOROL'S BOOKS". Goodreads (Online library). Dallas Korol. 8 March 2018. Retrieved 10 October 2019.
  13. "PewDiePie vs T-Series - THE FINAL BATTLE (Live sub count)..." 13 November 2018. Retrieved 6 October 2019 – via YouTube.
  14. Socialblade (6 December 2018). "TheTekkitRealm's YouTube Stats". Retrieved 10 October 2019 – via Socialblade.
  15. TheTekkitRealm (24 May 2019). "Playing Subway Surfers For 1 YEAR (World Record)". Retrieved 22 September 2019 – via YouTube.
  16. Andrea Zanettin (2 June 2019). "SUBWAY SURFERS: LIVE STREAMING DI 365 GIORNI (1 ANNO) PER BATTERE IL RECORD MONDIALE". Everyeye.it. Retrieved 26 September 2019.
  17. Critizon (3 June 2019). "FAKE? - Playing Subway Surfers For 1 YEAR (World Record)". Retrieved 22 September 2019 – via YouTube.
  18. Calum Anderson. "Attention People". Retrieved 10 October 2019 – via Apple & YouTube Podcasts.
  19. "THE RAID - Official Area 51 Documentary". 22 April 2019. Retrieved 10 October 2019 – via YouTube.
  20. Socialblade. "Larry's Monthly stats". Retrieved 12 October 2019 – via Socialblade.
  21. Korol, Dallas (26 March 2019). "(WORLD RECORD) - Growing My YouTube Channel From 0 to 1000 Subscribers in 1 DAY". Retrieved 12 October 2019 – via YouTube.
  22. TheTekkitRealm (2019). "TheTekkitRealm Donations" (PDF). Retrieved 11 October 2019 – via TheTekkitRealm.com.
  23. Dallas Korol. "Dallas Korol Tweets". Retrieved 10 October 2019 – via Twitter.
  24. Korol, Dallas (26 March 2019). "Article 13 Has Officially Passed... and how it will affect you". Retrieved 11 October 2019 – via YouTube.

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