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gameranx’ Profile

Full/Real Name: Jake Baldino
Known As: American Video Game Media Publication
Niche: Entertainment
Date of Birth: Nov 13, 1990 (Age, 33 years old)
Country: United States

Who is gameranx?

Gameranx is an American YouTube channel that was launched back in April 2012 and was mainly focused on gaming content, as the name implies. Fans and followers tune in to get updates and news to catch up with the latest games, trailers, and footage of E3 and more.

Initially, gameranx only posted trailers. Eventually, they expanded their content range and provided reviews, lists, speculations, comments, and criticisms to guide their viewers. Currently, they have 7.72 subscribers on YouTube and 1 million followers on Facebook. Some of their prominent collaborations are with Nintendo, Valve, and Microsoft.

gameranx’ Prominent Campaigns


gameranx for Nintendo

The Nintendo Switch OLED Model was featured in one of gameranx YouTube videos. This new system boasts a vibrant 7-inch OLED screen, a wide adjustable stand, a dock with a wired LAN port, 64 GB of internal storage plus enhanced audio. Enjoy three modes in one to fit your life and transform your home console into a portable system in an instant! The TV mode lets you dock your system to enjoy HD gaming on your TV, while the tabletop mode allows you to flip the stand to share the screen and share the fun with your family and friends with a multiplayer game. Finally, the handheld mode lets you pick it up and play with the Joy-Con controllers attached to enjoy the 7-inch OLED screen to the fullest!


gameranx for Valve

The Steam Deck is another handheld gaming computer featured by gameranx. This was developed by Valve and was released back in February 25, 2022. Steam Deck uses Valve's Linux distribution SteamOS, incorporating the namesake Steam storefront.


gameranx for Microsoft

Microsoft sent the Xbox Series X to gameranx so they could go ahead and try it out for themselves. You can expect your games to be rendered at 4K resolution at 60 frames per second. It can also support up to 120 frames per second and render up to 8K resolution. This Xbox Series X's console form is specially designed for minimalistic and unobtrusive use. Unlike the Xbox One X, the Xbox Series X doubles up on its teraflops, which makes it twice as powerful. The Series X has 12 teraflops. This means the processor can handle up to 12 trillion calculations per second.

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