How RocketJumps Video Game High School Scored Over 110M Views in 3 Seasons on YouTube
With jaw-dropping effects and Hollywood partners, RocketJumps Video Game High School built up a loyal following and scored more than 110M views for its three-season run on YouTube. Defying the odds, it proved that an original, scripted, long-form show could be a massive hit on the platform.
The brainchild of Freddie Wong, Dez Dolly, and Matt Arnold, RocketJumps Video Game High School (VGHS) was not an overnight success story. An original series released on the YouTube channel RocketJump, VGHS was supported by crowdfunding campaigns, brands, and Collective Digital Studio (CDS), which produced and helped fund the series. The culmination of years of hard work and production practice, VGHS’s massive success is due to fan support and the creative team’s unique visual style.
Having just finished its third and final season, VGHS has paved a new path to success by showing that an original, scripted, long-form show could be a massive hit on YouTube.
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