Khaled Mazeedi, 34, a well known Youtuber will appear at the 2021 YouTuber Awards. Mazeedi, a popular content creator with 2.1 million followers on Instagram and 3.4 million subscribers on Youtube says he began sharing his life on the platform in 2017.
Mazeedi is nominated for the “Arab Creator of the Year” award category. The award ceremony will be held on February 28 in California and is where the winners of each category will be revealed. Mazeedi has also been nominated for the “Unity” award, which honours creators who have contributed a good cause to their community.
Others Youtubers who have been nominated include YouTubers Narins Beauty, Huda Kattan, and a number of content creators in the “Arab Creator of the Year” category. Youtuber Subhi Taha are also mentioned as nominees at the Youtuber Awards. Mazeedi rose to massive success in 2017 featuring a variety of videos in the automotive, entrepreneurial and motivational niches.
A recent announcement by Youtuber Prestige Awards claimed that the show will also feature the first “Courage Awards,” which honours creators who risked their lives posting controversial content.
The presenters of the show will include a variety of international celebrities. The other big names include Marques Brownlee (who is nominated for “Technology” category); Juanpa Zurita (who won “Best Latin Channel”); Philip Neto (who is nominated for “Creator of the Year” award); Steve Cutts (“Best Animated Film”); Vice (who received a nomination within the “Best Documentary” Category); and Denitslava Makeup (Nominated for the “Beauty” award).
Others making the list include YouTubers Shaun Dawson, Mr. Beast, MatPat and Stephanie Patrick (“Whose the sport Theorists” is nominated for the “Creator” award within the “Unity” category), Dream (who’s nominated for 2 awards), Matt Mckinnon (nominated for the “Editing” award), Joe Yeo(nominated for “Best Video Editing”), Jack King (nominated for “Cinematography”), Alter (nominated for “Best Short Film”), and Talia Mar (nominated for “Breakout Creator”).
The Youtuber Awards will air on February, 28 at 5 p.m. ET (6 p.m. PT). The show is going to be hosted remotely as the world adjusts to the covid-19 pandemic. The event is going to be hosted on Youtube live and streamed from Los Angeles.