Lost Break – Famous Youtuber’s Wiki


• Lost Pause is an international YouTube star with over 1.3 million subscribers
• He became famous for his funny gameplay videos of anime themed video games
• He has a second YouTube channel with 210,000 subscribers and 5.5 million views
• He has a net worth of over $1 million and earns $350,000 a year from YouTube
• He has attended various events related to anime and video games and is currently in a relationship with YouTube star Ashley Wolff



Who is the Lost Break?

Lost Pause is a famous YouTube personality, who gained fame by uploading funny gameplay videos about anime-themed video games such as Sakura, Princess Evangile and others. Since the start of his career, he has gained a following of over 1.3 million subscribers, making him an international star among the young audience.

Lost Pause Wiki- Real Name, Age, Youth

Lost Pause was born Jonathan Gibbs on March 29, 1988 in California, USA. He was very secretive about his childhood and life in general before his career; we know he has a brother but his name and age are unknown. His educational background is also a mystery.

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Lost Pause Career

He started his YouTube channel in December 2013, but did not upload his first video, which five years ago was about the hit video game “Hearthstone”, titled “Noble Sh!T: Man Mode Hearthstone”, which is now just over 35,000 times Viewed . He continued to upload videos under the name Noble and started playing various video games. Gradually, his popularity increased and he started playing more games, but as his videos gained more views, he focused on some that were more popular than the others; initially these included the “Sakura” series, “Princess Evangile”, but it expanded to others after that.

After almost two years, he reached his first 100,000 on his official channel, which encouraged him to start a Twitch channel and make his first live stream, the 33rd episode of Princess Evangile. The number continued to rise as he uploaded more videos, reaching its 1000th on December 3, 2015 and reaching 500,000 subscribers on February 12, 2016.

Rise to fame

With the increase in subscribers, Lost Pause started playing other popular games such as Pyrite Heart and also started attending Anime Expos and Comic Cons.

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This contributed significantly to his career and he soon reached one million subscribers and his videos got exponentially more views. As of early 2020, his videos have over 420 million views – some of his most popular are “This is too much – Logan Paul Dead Body in Suicide Forest Reply” then “Playing an Real VR Sword Art Online Game- VRChat”, both with over 1.5 million views, the “The Cutest Things In Anime Challenge!”, with over a million, and numerous other videos with impressive numbers.

Second YouTube channel

At the height of its popularity, Lost Pause started another YouTube channel, LostPause 2, which now has about 210,000 subscribers, and videos on this channel have been viewed more than 5.5 million times. He has used the second channel as a backup, although he has some videos that he has not uploaded to his original channel. The most popular videos on this channel are ‘The best way to trip – Noble reacts to anime vines and cracks’ and ‘Let’s Laugh At Myself – Noble reacts to noble vines’ with 500,000 views each, with ‘Super difficult anime age guessing game (Fail Harder Edition) not far behind, which also contributed to Lost Pause’s ability.

Controversy, the YouTube ban

Like many YouTubers, Lost has faced several issues with the YouTube community; in March 2016, his channel was terminated by YouTube for violating community guidelines. According to sources, he was banned for violating YouTube’s Community Policy on nudity and sexual content. Nevertheless, his channel was reinstated after four days and all videos have been brought back except the one video for which he was banned. Since then, Lost has become even more popular as fans and YouTubers have been on his side.

Lost break Net worth, height, weight, appearance

His huge popularity on YouTube has contributed to his wealth and according to sources, Lost Pause has a net worth of over $1 million as of early 2020. He reportedly earns more than $350,000 a year from YouTube which will further increase his net worth. Also, he benefits from his Twitch channel which earns him $3 per subscriber.

Lost Pause is 1.73 m (5 ft 8 in) tall, while his weight and his vital statistics are unknown, but he has a slim figure. He has blond hair, although he sometimes dyes some of his hair red, and his eyes are hazel.

Lost break Personal life, dating, girlfriend

By being online every day and talking to his fans, Lost Pause has revealed a few interesting details from his life; from November 2016 to March 2017, he was in a relationship with YouTube star Ruiriupanda who is also known for her anime games related content on YouTube. After their breakup, Lost Pause began a romance with Ashley Wolff, also known as The Wizard’s Journey on Youtube. On October 22, 2018, he introduced his girlfriend to the world.

Trivia, facts, news

  • In addition to its gameplay videos, Lost Pause has also shot videos related to various challenges, such as “Try not to laugh”.
  • He has revealed that his mother attempted suicide and the entire family was facing financial difficulties. He tried to improve his family’s financial situation with YouTube, and he not only did that, but made himself a millionaire.
  • His latest video is “WEEBS SEE EVERYTHING AS ANIME GIRLS – Lost Pause Reddit”, and has already been viewed over 115,000 times.

Since gaining world fame, Lost Pause has attended various events related to anime and video games; in July 2016, he was seen at the Anime Expo in Los Angeles, then in August he was in Canada, visiting the convention in Otakuthon, and was also in Japan for the Anime Man tour, who was his close friend. His most recent public appearance was at Anime Expo alongside his then-girlfriend Ruiruipanda in 2017.