UhOhBro peaked at 2.4 million subscribers before Greg started rapidly losing subscriber on all of his main channels in 2017.
Greg created the UhOhBro channel on May 27, 2012 as a gaming channel. The channel was not well received by fans and did not gain very many subscribers or views.
By March 2013, Greg changed UhOhBro's format from a gaming channel to a reaction channel. (Source)
He says he did thing because his gaming videos were "not getting the views" and he didn't want to be fake. ($ource) The channel almost immediately began gaining a fan base and the subscriber count rose. (Source) On January 25, 2015, the UhOhBro channel reached 1 million subscribers. (Source) It was his second channel to reach that milestone. Eventually, UhOhBro surpassed Greg's main channel in subscribers and in January 2016 reached 2 million subscribers. (Source)
In 2016, Greg began incorporating gaming back into the channel by playing a game while reacting to images. When viewers began complaining about this new format, he says they were making themselves look dumb because "the foundation of UhOhBro is literally gaming." ($ource)
After, Greg's channels began dramatically tanking in 2017, He rapidly switch up styles with his main channels, sometimes even resorting to starting new channels and using UhOhBro and Onision for re-upload of old videos.
|Channel||Status||Sub Peak||Current Subs|
(prev. Onion Son)
(prev. Oni Chan)
|New Channel||Discontinued (2018)||19k||18k|
|Character Vlogs||Discontinued (2018)||4k||3k|
|Comment Cranks||Discontinued (2017)||1k||1k|