PlayStation Access hits one million subscribers

Sony has announced that YouTube channel PlayStation Access has reached one million subscribers.

The platform holder has said that that outlet has grown top be the biggest PlayStation channel in the European, Middle East and Africa regions.

PlayStation Access launched in 2010, and Sony says that the site is home to more than 1,437 (that’s 241 days) worth of content.

The channel has received over 187,270,000 views to date.

"One million subscribers is an incredible milestone, not just for us as a team but for the amazing community who helped us get here,” PlayStation Access’s host and PlayStation digital community manager Hollie Bennett (pictured) said.

As a team we cannot thank them enough for their support and we’re excited to see what the future holds. We hope the community will continue to join us for lots more videos, lots more jokes and lots more games!’

Warwick Light, PlayStation UK’s VP and MD, added: It’s been great to watch the player community embrace PlayStation Access so enthusiastically. The Access Team’s unique blend of insight, humour and cutting edge content has firmly established them as a favourite among gamers. One million subscribers is a real accomplishment; I’m sure the team would join me in thanking everyone for their continued support.”

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