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TheGameStation is one of the newer gaming networks on YouTube created during a wave of emerging gaming channels. Created in 2007, its official website is its YouTube page, with a less developed secondary website. The company revolves around sponsoring gamers and giving them partnerships on YouTube. The YouTube channel itself mostly covers real life Affectionate Parodies and skits related to gaming, which are produced and cast by its members whom work for TheGameStation offices in Los Angeles.
While the channel itself has only 400,000 subscribers, its various member-affiliates boast a combined total of more than 2 million unique subscribers. Some of the many channels part of The Game Station network: 
- Total Halibut, aka Total Biscuit amongst a lot of other names, who has since quit World of Warcraft and now mostly does Starcraft II and general gaming content.
- The Yogscast, who like Total Halibut, has mostly moved away from World of Warcraft and now focuses on Minecraft and general gaming; the current most-subscribed single channel member of TGS.
- Zam Official
- OMF Gcata, who still does World of Warcraft, but has also expanded into Minecraft and general gaming.
Real Time Strategy Channels (AKA Starcraft II channels)
- Husky Starcraft, the most subscribed English Starcraft II channel on YouTube.
- HD Starcraft, the second most subscribed English Starcraft II channel on YouTube.
- Day Nine Tv, an ex-professional Starcraft Brood War player and current Starcraft II caster.
- Psy Starcraft, aka Starcraft II player VilePsy.
- Artosis TV, the channel of Starcraft II player Artosis. He is one of the most popular English commentators of Starcraft and is currently living in South Korea as a Gom TV official caster.
- Team Liquid Net, the Starcraft II channel of the Team Liquid Website, which is one of the largest English Starcraft fansites.
- Total Biscuit, Total Biscuit's Starcraft II only youtube channel
Let's Play Channels
- Nintendo Capri Sun
- Nin Buzz
- HC Bailly
- Josh Jepson
- Veridiya Gooru 22
- Super Skarmory
- Koshi Sushi
- Slim Kirby
First-Person Shooter Channels
- Next Gen Tactics
- Muzza Fuzza Gaming
- The Sandy Ravage
- Comm Ft
- Call Me Nerve
- Meat Wagon 22
- That Guy Who Camps
- Oplim 77
The Game Station itself provides examples of:
- Colbert Bump: Now a natural occurrence on the TGS podcast. Almost every website or official website for a video game that is praised or even name dropped by the crew is crashed within the next 5 minutes.
- Gamer Girl: Press Heart to Continue, Rinry Game Game, and Nintendo Fan Girl, among many others.
- Podcast: A weekly one featuring Total Biscuit, Jesse Cox, and Dodger, plus one random guest.
- Running Gag: Wailers in trees in the background of "Lore in a Minute" videos. Ever since a few complaints about the Pokémon lore involving the Kanto region that somehow contained a Wailmer (hiding in the forest, nonetheless), a Wailmer has sneaked itself in the Left 4 Dead and Guild Wars lores.