Jim Sterling

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Jim Sterling was born in London on January 1st, 1984 and is the YouTube Star. At the age of 40, Jim Sterling biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, and networth are available.

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January 1, 1984
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Jim Sterling Life

James Nicholas Stanton (born 1 January 1984), better known by his pen name Jim Sterling, is an English freelance video game journalist, writer, pundit, and wrestling celebrity.

Sterling was the review editor for Destructoid and an author for The Escapist prior to becoming independent on Kickstarter in September 2014.

"The Jimquisition," "Jimmies," "Industry Bullshit," "Direct to Video," "Oh My Gawd Hype!" "Commentocracy" and "Commentocracy", among other shows on the decline are "What I've Done," "Boglinwatch," "itch.io Tasty," and "Nitpick Theater."


Jim Sterling Career


The Jimquisition, a weekly YouTube video series in which they address current topics surrounding video games, often involving consumer protection and ethics in the video game business. The series debuted on Destructoid's YouTube channel and was later moved to The Escapist's channel before being released on Sterling's own channel. They're best known video game, "Jimpressions" and "Squirty Play," where they debate their impressions of a recently launched video game while showing their own pre-recorded gameplay. They have often protested sexism in games, and they have been vocal about the fact that their position on the subject has gradually changed.

In November 2014, the pound said they were leaving The Escapist and planning to apply for their own work by Patreon. They announced on a 2020 episode of The Jimquisition that they had departed The Escapist after the newspaper refused to release their negative review of Assassin's Creed Unity, citing that parent company Defy Media was afraid of losing any sponsorship opportunities with Ubisoft. In addition, the sterling rumours that they were wanting to return to writing papers and recording podcasts, something they were unable to do after being banned from writing articles and recording podcasts. In addition to releasing a podcast titled "Podquisition," which is shared with fellow British game journalist and founding host Laura Kate Dale, the Jimquisition maintains their own website, The Jimquisition. Gavin Dunne, the third founding member/co-host, appeared on episode 250 for the final time before deciding to pursue a musical career. Gavin was recalled on episode 251 by Conrad Zimmerman, who had previously worked with Sterling at Destructoid.

Following their poor review of their first game, The Slaughter Grounds, Digital Homicide Studios filed a lawsuit against the Sterling currency, demanding $10 million in damages for "assault, libel, and slander." Digital Homicide Studios was accused of deleting negative feedback from the game's Steam review page and prohibiting users who protested it. The case was originally valued at $15 million before it was dismissed with prejudice in late February 2017.

Sterling is credited with coining the word "Chungus," which would later be included in the name of the "Big Chungus" meme. The term was first used on their website in a variety of unrelated contexts with different meanings for amusing effect.

Commander Sterling is a character in the game. Sterling began to wrestle as a joke, deciphering Cody Rhodes' character Stardust, becoming a heel boss and then emerging as a heel boss before taking up wrestling as a heel. Pro Wrestling EGO, Ryse Wrestling, BadBoys Wrestling, BadBoys Wrestling (BBW), and the PolyAm Cult Party have all competed for promotions, including Pro Wrestling EGO, Pro Wrestling (BBW). Spectrum Wrestling co-founded and operated wrestling promotion Spectrum Wrestling.


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