Maximilian Christiansen

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Updated On April 7, 2024
Los Angeles, California
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YouTube video editor Maximilian Christiansen, sometimes referred to as Maximilian Dood or Max, is well-known for his work on fighting games such as “Online Warrior,” “Assist Me!”, and “Boss Rage” video series. He began by sharing informally made gameplay footage of Street Fighter IV and Street Fighter III: Third Strike. In addition to his gaming videos, Max has gained notoriety for his criticism of the video games Black Ops, Modern Warfare 2, and Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare. After seeing Max’s work on the April Fools’ joke video “Mortal Kombat X: Hidden Intros,” Ed Boon, the head of NetherRealm Studios and the man behind Mortal Kombat, decided to have Max commentate on their fighting game, Yatagarasu: Attack on Cataclysm. Max has also served as a video editor for promotional materials, character trailers, and the Story Mode for Seasons 2 and 3 of “Iron Galaxy’s Killer Instinct.” Because of his outstanding commentary on the online battles in the “MvC3,” Maximilian Dood started creating content for “” and “Yo! Video Games.”

The Explosive Ascent To Fame

First appearing on a series of matchmaking commentary videos with “Marvel vs. Capcom 3”: Maximilian’s “The Online Warrior” Episode 1 Pt-1, in 2011 was Maximilian Christiansen. The gameplay mechanics, character specialties, play styles, and highlights are all included in these episodes. The first video of Maximilian Dood’s “Assist Me”! series was uploaded in 2012. of it, he discussed tactical specializations, the fundamentals of frame data, and tactics and demonstrations to be used when playing the game. The “sketch comic shorts” from the “Assist Me”! series, in which Max interacts with the cast members of “Marvel vs. Capcom,” have garnered awards all around the world. Max posted a montage series titled “Boss Rage!” after achieving success. The Max and Yo! video game series has montage sequences in which the two challenge each other to win the hardest fighting games. The game’s series started in 2013, when Max vanquished “Killer Instinct’s” ultimate boss Eyedol and went on to win games like “Marvel vs. Capcom 3,” “Capcom vs. SNK 2,” “Bio F.R.E.A.K.S,” and “Mortal Kombat 9.” Max has created the Git Gud series, which offers tutorials & basic information about combat games.

Why Maximilian Christiansen Is Unique?

Maximilian Christiansen’s contributions to the Fighting Game Community earned him the honorary Cannon Award at EVO 2015. Over the course of his career, Max has amassed a sizable following on both and YouTube. Every age group enjoys watching his movies, and they like him for his hilarious commentary and sense of humor. By rising to prominence in the Fighting game world, he brought honor to Capcom, a Japanese video game developer. Max released “Ultimate Assist Me!” and “Retro Assist Me!” with assistance from Capcom. Max’s passion for commentary was acknowledged, and he was appointed as the commentator for the ‘Killer Instinct’ Top 8 finals at EVO 2014–2016.

Individual Life of Maximilian Christiansen

On September 23, 1983, Maximilian Christiansen was born in Los Angeles. He has disclosed that he has a sister named Tess, but no more information about his parents is available. He’s a charming, amiable, interesting, and sociable person. The well-known gaming content creator has a humorous side: he’s afraid of spiders! He has a dog named Benny as a pet and he adores pets. Max is tall and attractive, with a broad forehead and rather long hair. His many fans will swear to his minor resemblance to the Hollywood icon Nicholas Cage!

Net worth of Maximilian Christiansen

The estimated net worth of Maximilian Christiansen is about $2 million.