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- Aphmau (Formerly Challenge Accepted Inc, changed after two of the channel personalities retired from Youtube)
- 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.
- Call Me Nerve
- Comm Ft
- Criken 2
- Day Nine Tv, an ex-professional Starcraft Brood War player and current Starcraft II caster.
- Game Grumps (since left)
- HC Bailly
- HD Starcraft, the second most subscribed English Starcraft II channel on YouTube.
- Husky Starcraft, the most subscribed English Starcraft II channel on YouTube.
- Koshi Sushi
- Life's A Glitch TV
- Nin Buzz
- Meat Wagon 22
- Muzza Fuzza Gaming
- Next Gen Tactics
- Psy Starcraft, aka Starcraft II player VilePsy.
- The Sandy Ravage
- Stephen Plays
- Super Jeenius
- Super Skarmory
- Team Liquid Net, the Starcraft II channel of the Team Liquid Website, which is one of the largest English StarCraft fansites.
- Tear of Grace
- That Guy Who Camps
- Unit Lost
- Veridiya Gooru 22
- Zam Official
Gaming networks within Polaris
Polaris/TheGameStation itself provides examples of:
- Aerith and Bob: Some of the members go by their real names, and some go by nicknames or stage names, so when they collaborate it can have this effect.
- Didn't Think This Through: A truly epic example after practising Executive Meddling and Screwed by the Network - after running the Polaris Civil War cross-channel event into the ground, Polaris decided to lie to both Jesse Cox and Angry Joe that the other had approved a wrap-up video for the series, only to release the video without their permission, and the video was in fact not wrapping up the series but announcing a new host and blaming the decline of the series on Jesse. Jesse promptly called Polaris out in the video comments and Twitter, causing a massive backlash against Polaris. Polaris pulled the video, but not before losing around 3000 subscribers in less than 24 hours.
- 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: Wailmers 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.