Every year RetroWorld Expo brings out a variety of special guests from video game industry vets to some of your favorite YouTube personalities, and more.  Check back here for more 2021 guest announcements.

Metal Jesus Rocks

 The Metal Jesus is a long-haired rocker dude who runs a popular YouTube channel dedicated to Retro Gaming with a Heavy Metal soundtrack. With the help of the Seattle gaming community he covers Hidden Gems, Buying Guides as well as the popular I HATE U series, Gamer Eats and much more. He was also an employee at mega publisher Sierra On-Line in the 90s and he brings his love of big box PC gaming to his channel as well.

The Gaming Historian

 Norman Caruso is the creator of "The Gaming Historian", a YouTube documentary series that explores the history of video games. Want to learn about the landmark lawsuits that changed the industry? Or why the Power Glove wasn’t “so bad” after all? The Gaming Historian has you covered.

The show has more than 100 million views and 800,000 subscribers, and has been featured on Destructoid, Polygon, Nintendo Life, and even Playboy.com. Norman earned his history degree from Elizabeth City State University and is currently working on his master's degree.

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Shesez

 Shesez is the creator and host of the web series Boundary Break. A show where a games camera is taken basically anywhere to find secrets and new discoveries.

Pixel Dan

 “Pixel Dan” Eardley is a, author, reviewer, reporter, and all-around toy enthusiast. Through his popular videos on YouTube, Dan shares his enthusiasm for the collecting hobby with the world.

In 2021, Dan released his first book published by Dark Horse Books. The Toys of He-Man and the Masters of the Universe is an official guide to He-Man and She-Ra action figures dating back to their start in the 1980’s! Featuring over 700 pages of information and photography, The Toys of He-Man and the Masters of the Universe has received much praise from fans, and has even been a #1 Best Seller on Amazon!

 "My Life in Gaming"

Coury and Tri of My Life in Gaming, started their YouTube channel with the “How to Beat” VHS-style series. My Life In  Gaming has gone on to showcase unique retrogames, interviews industry figures, and more. My Life in Gaming’s most popular series is the, “RGB Master Class,” which breaks down the complex topic of getting the best picture out of retro consoles into easy-to-understand episodes.

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