10 The Sims 4 YouTube Channels To Watch

The Sims 4 is an enthralling life simulation game for its numerous expansion packs and an abundance of content. As a supplement, watching YouTube channels can kindle your creativity and provide you with ideas to fuel your game. The Sims 4 YouTube creators are some of the most imaginative bunch on the internet. Creating houses, forming relationships, and venturing out into The Sims 4's expansive world can be more enjoyable while watching these YouTubers.

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Perhaps if The Sims 5 becomes an online open-world, it will be the masterpiece many of us are hoping for. In the meantime, these are 10 The Sims 4 channels to watch.

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10 BuzzFeed Multiplayer

With over 9 million subscribers, it's no wonder why Buzzfeed Multiplayer is one of the fastest-growing The Sims 4 channels. Although the channel also uploads content from other games, there is more than enough The Sims 4 content to pique your interest. With host Kelsey Impicciche behind the computer, the hilarity of the situations she finds herself in makes watching the show worth it.

As part of the BuzzFeed entertainment company, it's no wonder why this channel is trending on the internet.

9 Curious Simmer

YouTuber Curious Simmer is an up an coming The Sims 4 video creator. Her The Sims 4 story videos are worthwhile for fans of The Sims. In a montage of clips, we see her The Sims 4 stories, which are worth watching for their masterful camera angles and music overlay.

Her channel is rapidly growing in popularity because of how intriguing her videos are. As a channel that exclusively uploads The Sims content, there are too many reasons to head there now!

8 Steph0sims

YouTube creator Steph0sims may have fewer subscriptions than some of the other The Sims 4 YouTubers on this list, yet the quality of her streams seems like she deserves more. Regardless, she still has a sizeable subscription base of over 400,000 people.

In one of her latest vids, Steph0sims tries to woohoo (an inside joke for people who play The Sims) with every Sim in the game possible. You'll have to watch the video to see if she accomplished her goal. Her commentary and comedic antics make her channel a must-see.

7 Call Me Kevin

If you want to see a high quality The Sims 4 channel, please check out YouTuber Call Me Kevin. His commentary is priceless and perfectly timed. It's no wonder why Call Me Kevin has over 2 million subscribers.

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All of his videos gain hundreds of thousands of views. He has several of The Sims 4 expansions, so if you want to preview some of the expansions' content before buying them, heading to Call Me Kevin's YouTube channel is recommended. His quaint apartment in the episode titled "The Forearm God" is too awesome.

6 lilsimsie

With over 400,000 subscribers, lilsimsie channel which is primarily based around The Sims 4 is a can't miss. She has commentary to go with fantastic The Sims 4 gameplay. YouTuber lilsimsie tries to accomplish various goals during her videos, or she plays the game for fun. In one of her most recent YouTube videos, lilsimsie tries to make 100 babies.

She's an up and coming YouTuber with enough comedic chatter to keep viewers entertained. She'll take you to places in The Sims 4 you never knew existed.

5 Deligracy

In Deligracy's most popular video, she builds her dream house, which turns out to have a creative design that is awe-inspiring. She's created some extraordinary homes throughout the years. Perhaps her "amazing forest pool house" is the most intricate of them all. Based out of Australia, Deligracy has almost 1 million subscribers and over 200 million views since she joined the website in October 3, 2013.

She streams content from various The Sims games including The Sims 2, The Sims 3, and The Sims 4. Be advised that her videos are only for people over the age of 13. Some of her content can be frightening and too mature for younger viewers.

4 Auron

As a Spanish streamer, he may be the most popular The Sims 4 YouTube creator. Auron's The Sims 4 videos are uploaded on his secondary channel, which is slightly less popular but still garners millions of views. He plays various games, as mentioned in his channel's description.

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You may have to be fluent in Spanish to understand the bulk of his content, but we couldn't leave him out of this list given his popularity. Auron also plays games like Fortnite and Minecraft. We are eagerly waiting to see his next The Sims 4 video.

3 LaurenzSide

LaruenzSide is a "self-proclaimed gaming comedian."  The Sims 4 meets Harry Potter in the Realm of Magic expansion pack. The release of The Sims 4 Realm of Magic inspired countless The Sims 4 YouTube videos and new memories for the book. LaruenzSide's recreation of Lord Voldermort is too awesome. She even designed a room for Lord Voldermort that is eerily fitting.

Although her videos can be lengthy, they can rack up millions of views, with her top The Sims video currently boasting 7.5 million views. She has too many The Sims videos to count, making her channel a must-visit.

2 Clare Siobhan

If you're looking for someone who is dedicated to The Sims and doesn't just upload videos sometimes, you'll want to check out Clare Siobhan's channel. Her top The Sims 4 video garnered over 3 million views. She totally rocks and is someone who shouldn't quit what she's doing.

The Sims 4 is a game that never gets old because of the addition of new expansions and the release of new games in the series. The creativity that Clare Siobhan displays is mesmerizing, so head to her channel now to get your fill on all the latest The Sims 4 expansions and latest content.

1 Kelsey Impicciche

Technically speaking, we already included a channel where Kelsey is the host. This channel is not affiliated with Buzzfeed Multiplayer but is instead Kelsey Impicciche's personal channel. In the channel, she likes to have fun with her viewers by previewing the latest expansions and participating in IRL (in real life) The Sims content.

What do we mean by that? Well, Kelsey likes to recreate outfits from The Sims and bake cakes as if she were a character from The Sims. It sounds bizarre, but her videos are pure entertainment.

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