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Digandbuilder
"Hello everybody its me digmc back with another 2b2t video"
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StatusActive
JoinedMid-2018
Identity
Alternative AccountsDigMC, Catboy26, Chirall
Affiliations
CurrentThe Backstreet Boys
PastAstral Order
Social pages

Digandbuilder, or DigMC on YouTube, is a fairly new player and YouTuber to 2b2t. He was formerly a member of the Astral Order and is currently a member of the The Backstreet Boys. He currently sits at approximately 20,500 subscribers as of March 2021.

History and YouTube career

Digandbuilder joined sometime around the 6th Incursion with hopes of becoming a successful player on the server. After escaping Spawn, he built a house not too far from the X+ highway and made his debut on Youtube roughly a month after the Incursion came to an end [1]. His original plan was to build an ocean base with a friend, however, the base was never mentioned by him again. From there, he started to showcase many of his builds through his series "2B2T From Rags to Riches" which lasted from May to December 2018.

Around the Seventh Incursion, digandbuilder and one of his closest friends, iMems, started multiple "newfag slave" camps around spawn, which was a popular trend during that period. In 2019, he joined the The Backstreet Boys and was a part of many of the group’s projects.

In May 2019, he made a nine-minute video explaining why the 2b2t community dislikes Fit, which went viral and sent him over 9k subs. That video then got over 700,000 views before it was mass reported for hate speech in February 2020.

In July 2020, one of his videos titled "The Entire History of 2b2t" went viral after being promoted by the YouTube algorithm and currently sits at over 400,000 views. This video, along with his frequent 2b2t streams, revived his channel as, before this, it had been largely inactive for over a year, and brought his subscriber account above ten thousand. This boost in views and subscribers has largely slowed down, however, as the video was reported and demonetized due to Dig's use of slurs which, while commonplace on 2b2t, are taken to less kindly by YouTube.

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