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April 18, 2023

QCODE’s Wood Elf Vertical Announces Brain Leak, New Unscripted Comedy Podcast From Creators Jacksepticeye (Seán Mcloughlin) & Crankgameplays (Ethan Nestor)

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March 21, 2023

Global Entertainer and Philanthropist Jacksepticeye Introduces Top of the Mornin' Coffee Brand

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December 14, 2022

Jacksepticeye Hosts Record-Breaking Single-Day Livestream, Raising More Than $10 Million for World Central Kitchen DuringFifth Annual Thankmas Livestream Event

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October 25, 2022

Jacksepticeye Announces His Fourth Annual Thankmas Event Inviting Friends, Fans and Celebrities to Raise Funds for World Central Kitchen

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Sean McLoughlin, known to fans as Jacksepticeye, is a creator, entrepreneur and philanthropist. His YouTube channel is one of the most subscribed channels on the platform with 29+ million subscribers. Created in 2013, the channel has since accumulated nearly 15 Billion views with Sean keeping his loyal fans entertained and engaged through variety gameplay, celebrity interviews — including Ryan Reynolds, Tom Holland, Dwayne Johnson, Brad Pitt, Margot Robbie, Chris Hemsworth and more — eclectic humor, earnest compassion and relatable honesty, all while promoting positivity and mental health. His fanbase across all digital platforms numbers 48.5+ million.

A big passion of Sean's is giving back to the community through charity streams, including his annual Thankmas initiatives. He has raised over $21.5 million dollars for multiple charitable organizations such as Save the Children, Crisis Text Line, The American Foundation for Suicide Awareness, The Trevor Project, and Childs Play, to name a few. Most recently, he broke the single-day, charity streaming record, raising more than $10 million for World Central Kitchen in December of 2022.

In June 2020, Sean launched Top of The Mornin coffee and is a co-founder of the clothing brand, Cloak, which launched in the Fall of 2018. In 2022, in partnership with Moment House and Shout Factory, he released his documentary film, How Did We Get Here?, which was filmed during his comedy tour of the same name and found him performing live to thousands of dedicated fans at more than 30 sold-out shows across North America and Europe. Upon its release, the film spent several weeks at No.1 across multiple documentary film charts.



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