Tobias “Tubbo” Smith announced his own Minecraft server, called TubeNet, via the recently concluded TwitchCon in Amsterdam. A Minecraft content creator, he can often be seen on the famous Dream SMP Minecraft servers, while also competing in MC Championships.
Although Tubo has shared hints about its own Minecraft servers over the past few months, the official announcement came later this week at TwitchCon.
His Minecraft LAN is expected to be released in August 2022. He has since created a YouTube channel titled, TubNet, which has already garnered over 20K subscribers at the time of writing. The content creator has also added a trailer for Server.
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The creator’s most recent project is a Minecraft server that users around the world can enjoy and take part in. On the server, they will be able to participate in various activities, such as competing in minigames and cosmetic customization.
Tubbo said at TwitchCon that his main objective of launching the venture was to create an experience that people could enjoy and interact with.
When asked about the target audience of the server, Tubo replied:
“A little bit (casual and hardcore gamers) actually because when we were designing the server because obviously… for PC…”
The young content creator also revealed that he will be working with developers to create more mini-games. He added:
“At launch, I think we’re aiming for three solid game modes and we’ve got a lot more on our content calendar as we go over the next six months.”
The TubNet teaser and release date were presented alongside the Minecraft event, Craftmaster Live, co-produced by Twitch and Tubo.
Fans share excitement after Tubo’s announcement
Tubbo fans are extremely excited after the announcement video. Many people have congratulated the English streamer with their comments on Twitter. Here are some notable ones:
Along with the likes of Dream and Tommynit, Tubo is one of the most popular Minecraft streamers on Twitch with over 4.9 million followers. Crossing the Purple platform, he has also garnered over three million subscribers on YouTube.