Alejandro Bravo Yañez, aka ALEXBY11, is a gaming YouTuber, streamer, and content creator from Spain. He was born on May 21, 1993 and resides in Madrid, Spain. Alejandro became famous for his engaging gameplay videos, such as Minecraft and other gaming-related videos. His current YouTube channel has 8.79M subscribers.
Since its launch in 2011, Alejandro has uploaded over 3,400 videos to the channel. Other games he featured included GTA V, FIFA, lots of Garry’s Mods, Call of Duty, Fortnite, and Battlefield. Some of his campaigns included PlayStation, LG, and Nvidia. Apart from his YouTube channel, you can also find him on Twitter, where he has 6.6M followers, and on Instagram, where he has 4M followers.
In one of his unboxing videos, ALEXBY11 featured the God of War Collector’s Edition—PlayStation 4. This is a new beginning for Kratos. Living as a man he seeks solitude in the unfamiliar lands of the Norse mythology. He has a new purpose, and his son Atreus is at his side. Kratos must fight for survival as powerful forces threaten to disrupt this new life he has created. Apart from its digital contents, there is also the 9″ Kratos & Atreus Statue by Gentle Giant, Limited Steelbook Case, 2″ Huldra Brothers Carvings, Exclusive Lithograph, and a Cloth Map.
In one of his earlier unboxing videos, ALEXBY11 also featured the LG Electronics 24GM77 24″ Widescreen LED Backlit Gaming Computer Monitor. Its features include 350 cd/m2 Brightness, 1080p Resolution, 144Hz Refresh Rate, D-Sub/DVI-D/HDMI/DisplayPort, and USB. The product also has faster than 1ms response time/Motion 240. Users love the colors, they find it fast, and their games look really better than before. It comes highly recommended.
ALEXBY11 also did an unboxing video for the Nvidia GeForce GTX. GTX stands for “Giga Texel Shader eXtreme”, a type of graphics processing unit (GPU) that NVIDIA produces. These GPUs are crucial specialized circuits especially designed to accelerate the rendering of videos and images, which is vital for many applications. This includes gaming, video editing, and even scientific simulations. Users love this because they get supercharged performance in today’s most popular games!