With 100,000 subscribers, Ahmed Amin’s AlPlateau received the shimmering Silver Play Button that marks YouTube recognition for the fast growing AlPlateau channel on the famous video content platform.
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From backstage and the corridors of Al Plateau comes the idea of the program by Ahmad Amin, where he play a role of a non famous actor but happy with his life that exists in the plateau while he is trying to seek the opportunity to give hilarious advise all the time.
Through his life inside the plateau Ahmed Amin presents comic situations to provide songs in a different way, the program broadcasts on weekly basis on Al Nahar TV every Friday at 9:30 in the evening.
Achieving such milestone took allot of work. Al Plateau staring Ahmad Amin started it’s first season back in March 2016 mocking the adverting after he gained his fame by performed a series of webisodes titled “El Break” for Etisalat Misr during Ramadan season.
The talented Ahmed Amin also wrote allot of iconic animation series including Basant and Diasty, and Captain Azzouz which he co-produced with his friend Sameh Hussein.
Al Plateau received its framed limited-edition silver-plated play button today personalized with Al Plateau name after Al Plateau achieved the 100K subscribers milestone on YouTube.
Al Plateau reached 100K subscribers (congrats!) and lets wait for the the next milestone!
What is YouTube Creator Awards:
When a verified YouTuber reaches a specific milestone, they are awarded a relatively flat, metal (silver and gold) or plastic (diamond) trophy shaped like the YouTube play button symbol. The trophies are in different sizes and stored in plaques. Each button and plaque get progressively bigger the greater the milestone. However, Ruby Play Buttons break this trend as detailed below.
There are four levels of YouTube Play Button:
Unlike the other Play Buttons, the Ruby Play Button comes in a large wooden chest with the YouTube play button symbol engraved on it.
The actual award inside the chest is a large, translucent red trophy custom-modeled after a three-dimensional representation of the YouTuber’s channel icon at the time they reached the milestone. This button was introduced in December 2016 when Swedish video game commentator Felix “PewDiePie” Kjellberg became the first person on YouTube to reach this milestone