YouTube is a part of life for most of us now, and we couldn't imagine the Internet without it.
Across the world, people use the platform to create lives for themselves as reviewers, comedians and personalities, and Australia is no different.
These five Australian YouTubers are focused on tech, gaming and everything else that makes Mashable's world go round. Check them out below.
1. Elly Awesome
Elly is a young entertainer whose channel consists of app and gadget reviews, food tasting and lifestyle content. She's had her channel since 2010, and in August last year the BBC picked her to be a co-host on a children's show, Technobabble.
Alen Catak runs ChampChong, a channel with close to 700,000 subscribers, which covers gaming news and play-throughs with an Australian twist. His solid fanbase even call themselves the "ChampChong Army."
Be warned, casuals, for this is where the true nerds roam. Whilst ChampChong may be considered a lighter look at games, ZiggyD has no time for such frivolities. This channel is almost entirely dedicated to strategies for games like Diablo 3, Starcraft and more. If you're into that, there's definitely something in here just for you.
This channel strikes a good balance between the light-hearted material found on ChampChong and the number-crunching nerd haven found on ZiggyD. Blunty does gameplay videos, skits and is also pretty into photography, posting some in-depth camera reviews alongside the video game trivia.
Not explicitly tech but still wildly popular, HowToBasic aims to inform people on how to live life easily.
More than 5 million people subscribe to the mysterious YouTuber's channel, but the man responsible for educating so many is yet to show his face. Watch him demonstrate how to cool down a hot computer below (the trick, apparently, is using eggs).
[By Jacob Gillard] [Read More] [From Mashable.com] [Picture from Facebook.com/EllyAwesome]