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These Are FPS Russia’s Funniest Moments

There’s not much I can say about this, except that this video is a collection of Kyle Myers’s (aka FPS Russia) funniest moments.

Born in Hart County, Georgia, in 1986, Kyle Myers began making Let’s Play-style videos when YouTube was still an independent company, around 2007. The videos showed him playing an assortment of first-person-shooter video games, but usually he would play Call of Duty. He hosted them on a channel with several other YouTube personalities.

 In his professional life, Myers was working at a car dealership, where he worked with a Russian coworker. This inspired Myers to create Dimitri Potapoff, an accent on persona he first tried out on his Let’s Play videos. Around that time, he also had the idea to to start demonstrating some of the guns used in Call of Duty in real life. On September 1, 2010, Myers created the FPSRussia channel, and began uploading videos.

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