Age is really not a barrier when you know what you want and work hard to earn it. Maximilian Christiansen who has become popular via the moniker – Maximilian Dood is a video editor and illustrator on YouTube and unlike many others in his line of business, he started kind of late in life.
Max, as he is often called, started his career as a YouTuber when he was 42. Nevertheless, he put his best in it and accrued more than one million views in his budding days. He is currently the brain behind the fighting game channel known as Maximilian Dood in addition to another channel dubbed YoVideogames. Also, Max is very popular on video the platform Twitch where he boasts over 500,000 followers.
In Los Angeles, California, Maximilian Dood was born on September 23, 1965. Further details about the YouTuber’s family background and what it’s like growing up for him are not available online. Likewise, details of his educational background are not also available. What is known is that he launched his YouTube career in 2007, at a time he was already a grown man. He started off by playing games such as Street Fighter III: 3rd Strike and Street Fighter 4 and posting content from the franchise known as Call of Duty. He is basically known for being the brain behind online games like Online Warrior, Assist Me! as well as Boss Rage
His debut appearance was on a series of matchmaking commentary videos with ‘Marvel vs. Capcom 3’: Maximilian’s The Online Warrior Episode 1 Pt-1 which has episodes that mainly portray the mechanics of gameplay, character specialties, play styles, and highlights.
Meanwhile, gaming videos are not the only things Maximilian Dood has up his sleeves. He is also known for his commentaries of Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare, Modern Warfare 2, and Black Ops to critical acclaim. Following his exploits on the Mortal Kombat X: Hidden Intros – April Fools Joke video, the NetherRealm Studios head, Ed Boon, who also created Mortal Kombat, chose him to be the commentator for their fighting game ‘Yatagarasu: Attack on Cataclysm. Also to Max’s credit is his work for the Iron Galaxy’s Killer Instinct where he worked as a video editor for promotional material, character trailers, and Season 2 & 3’s Story Mode.
The YouTuber’s commentary on the online matches in the MvC3 was so good he went into the production of content for twitch.tv and Yo! Video Games. It was in 2012 that Maximilian Dood uploaded his first video of the Assist Me! series. In the video, he discussed extensivelly, the core elements of frame data, tactical specialties, in addition to demonstrations and strategies that are paramount while playing the game.
With nothing standing in the way of his success, Max uploaded Boss Rage!, a montage series. One of his recent works is a series known as Git Gud which takes care of general fighting game information & tutorials.
During the course of his career, Maximilian Dood has garnered a lot of fame and broke a few boundaries. His fan base is made up of both the old and young and extends to different corners of the world. He was rewarded with the honorary Cannon Award during EVO 2015 in recognition for the quota he contributed to the Fighting Game Community. His growing number of subscribers on YouTube and twitch.tv is enough evidence to show he knows his onions. As a result, he was named as the commentator for EVO 2014-2016’s Killer Instinct Top 8 finals.
Family Life: Wife, Sister
Apart from revealing at some point that he has a sister named Tess, Maximilian Dood has done quite a good job at keeping details about his family under wraps. There is no confirmation regarding his marital life and if he has any children. However, we do know that he has a soft spot for dogs and has one which he calls Benny.
Other Facts You Need To Know About Maximilian Dood
- His real name is Maximilian Christiansen.
- His sun sign is Virgo.
- His only listed sibling/family is a sister named Tess.
- Though he began his internet career at 42, he worked hard and became quite successful in it unlike what most people would think.
- He is popular as a fabulous commentator who mixes things with humor.