Soviet Womble is a British YouTuber, born on July 6, 1986 in Brighton, England. He is currently 34 years old and is known for his gaming videos on YouTube and his Twitch streams.
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Early life and education
Despite being a well-known content creator in the internet gaming community, SovietWomble has kept personal details about his life in secret, so his real name and childhood hobbies are unknown. As for his family, it is only known that he is of Scottish and German descent and has a brother named Jack. When asked what his username SovietWomble means, he explained that it has no deep meaning: “It was just a throwaway account that I forgot to throw away.”
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Although he has kept his identity largely anonymous on the internet, SovietWomble revealed on Reddit that he attended public school and majored in computer science, which allowed him to work in a company’s software development department. He describes his education and career as ‘garbage’.
Soviet Womble started his YouTube channel in 2011, when he posted a short gameplay of “Bad Company: 2”. While the video initially didn’t have many views, but was described by his fans as “where the legend was born,” his most recent subscribers have visited the clip multiple times out of curiosity. As a result, the video has over 190,000 views as of today.
After his YouTube debut, SovietWomble regularly posted game videos.
However, he focused on playing “Battlefield 3”, completely ignoring other video games until 2013, when he posted a DayZ video, marking the beginning of his “Random Bulls**tery” video series, and then its meteoric rise from SovietWomble to fame began.
However, what makes his content appealing to his subscribers is not his ability to play video games, but his sense of humor and effortless jokes that are constantly inserted into his videos. He also invites other YouTube gamers to appear on his channel, which is beneficial not only for him but also for his video partners.
However, SovietWomble’s work as a YouTuber doesn’t stop at filming content, as he usually edits it himself, with a personal and unusual style that has become his trademark. When asked why he prefers to edit his own content rather than hire someone to do it, he explained that he tries to keep the essence of his videos intact.
As he described it, his videos are ‘images cut through the lens of my own sense of humor. If you add more lenses, the whole thing changes’. Relying on his own judgment when it comes to his content preference, SovietWomble has pointed out that he doesn’t feel the need to change the way he creates and edits his videos: “I’m afraid to mess with the elements that make the videos have been successful so far. I’m afraid to try and fix what isn’t broken.’ (…) ‘It’s not worth the risk.’
It takes him an average of 100 hours to assemble a video.
Though regarded primarily as a gaming channel by its subscribers, SovietWomble is known for its dark humor and slightly abusive comments. Mostly joking about sensitive topics, his content is often described as ‘not for everyone’.
Despite the negative opinions, SovietWomble’s channel has not stopped growing and now has more than three million subscribers on the platform. His favorite video game is “Operation Flashpoint: Cold War Crisis”, and he has played several others, including “Counter Strike”, “Left 4 Dead”, “XCOM: Enemy Unknown”, and “Grand Theft Auto”.
InvisionCommunity listed SovietWomble as one of the UK’s top gaming influencers.
Soviet Womble joined the streaming platform Twitch in July 2014. On it, he usually plays video games with his friends and associates.
His “Random Bulls**tery” series on YouTube also continued on Twitch, with a livestream format.
However, his content on the platform is different from YouTube as his streams are longer and offer his fans a closer and more interactive experience.
Who are his employees?
What makes SovietWomble’s interactions with its gaming partners and friends characterize its content and set it apart from other YouTubers and Twitchers. His game team is known as Zero F*cks (ZF) and was described by him as “We are not a ‘community’ in any sense of the word. We are a small clan’.
Some of the most famous members of his clan or squad are Cyanide, of Singaporean and Indian descent, but actually living in the UK. He has collaborated more closely and more often with SovietWomble than anyone else. Cyanide also has his own YouTube channel, on which he has over 190,000 subscribers and over two million views. However, his Twitch audience is even bigger as he has over nine million views on the platform.
Fake has become popular in the gaming community thanks to its collaborations with SovietWomble and the rest of the ZF team. However, she is not an active streamer as her main occupation is singing and she is only an occasional gamer.
Edberg is a frequent streamer and regular member of the ZF team. While Edberg has enjoyed tremendous success on his YouTube channel, he is mostly active on Twitch.
Nevil – initially known as Holynevil – was a frequent game streamer with SovietWomble and fellow associates. What sets him apart from the other team members is his special way of writing and his strong Vietnamese accent. Today, Nevil is no longer part of the ZF squad, as he was accused of making racist remarks on his Twitter account, which resulted in him being banned from the team indefinitely.
Soviet Womble is a very private person and does not reveal any details about his personal life, relationships and friendships on his social media. Despite being a prominent YouTuber, SovietWomble does not offer interviews.
Though SovietWomble hasn’t revealed his real name, in 2017 he revealed his face to his fans during a Twitch live stream with fellow ZF’s team member Cyanide.
Despite this, SovietWomble usually doesn’t show his face during his gameplays, as he feels it distracts his audience from the content. In addition, he feels that he doesn’t show his face on Twitch, distinguishing his content from other users of the platform: “First, I consider myself a YouTuber and not a streamer. So I don’t feel like I have to follow streaming trends.”
Today, SovietWomble shares several photos of himself on his social media accounts.
As a result of the sponsorship he has secured as a Twitch streamer and YouTuber, SovietWomble has an estimated net worth of more than $850,000 as of 2020.
Soviet Womble has disabled ads on his YouTube videos, so he doesn’t benefit from the views of his videos.
Soviet Womble is a man of white ethnicity. He has short blond-reddish hair and blue eyes. He is 1.80 m tall and weighs about 86 kg.
Other Interesting Facts
Soviet Womble has a dog pet named Lulu. The little French bulldog has appeared in several of his videosand he often shares photos of her on his social media accounts.
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— ZF Soviet Womble (@SovietWomble) July 6, 2020
Fellow ZF member Edberg described SovietWomble as a “huge, massive over-editor”.
Although burritos are his favorite food, he strongly dislikes burritos with cheese because he believes the ingredient “dominates” the taste of the food.
He is a fan of ‘Star Wars’ movies, although he hates the prequels movies to the saga.
Although Holynevil is no longer a member of ZF’s team and their relationship as collaborators has supposedly ended, SovietWomble still follows him on social media.
He used to be a cosplayer of Imperial Stromtrooper from “Star Wars”.
Soviet Womble has an Internet Movie Database (IMDB) page, where he is listed as the director, writer and producer of his video series “Random Bulls**tery”. This is unusual as YouTubers are usually not listed on the said website.