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As the lead creator in charge of Gatorbox, Draco is responsible for nearly all of the channel's content and operations. He greenlights (and often writes and edits) the various miniseries produced by the stream such as [[Fanfiction Factory]] and [[GatorUNbox]].
 
As the lead creator in charge of Gatorbox, Draco is responsible for nearly all of the channel's content and operations. He greenlights (and often writes and edits) the various miniseries produced by the stream such as [[Fanfiction Factory]] and [[GatorUNbox]].
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Draco is a graduate of Texas A&M University and studied broadcasting while he was there which has helped him better understand livestreaming and make better use of equipment. He built the show's current set (2017-present) with the help of "Draco Sr" and designed it around modularity and the ability to incorporate or remove props and set pieces while also allowing for multiple camera angles if needed. Draco is also a former theatrical actor, stand-up comedian, and singer. These experiences have helped him become a skilled entertainer and prolonged the life of the Gatorbox show. In 2019 Draco performed as a vocalist in the game ''Twitch Sings'' as part of that year's Extra Life marathon.
  
 
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Latest revision as of 03:24, 5 November 2019

Draco is an American humorist and video game speedrunner. He is the primary host of Gatorbox. He made his on-camera debut on December 21, 2012 as part of the stream's "end of the world" apocalypse marathon by commentating the Playstation game Apocalypse. Originally a guest host, in 2013 he eventually became the lead anchor of the stream and its executive producer once the original production group abandoned the project. Since then he has appeared in almost every Gatorbox broadcast to date.

When the original producers elected to cancel Gatorbox he inquired about obtaining the show's assets and continuing onward with it as a personal project. Gatorbox went off the air in March 2013 while Draco sorted out the details, and the stream returned later that year with its first Extra Life charity marathon hosted from the charity's event headquarters in San Antonio, Texas.

As the lead creator in charge of Gatorbox, Draco is responsible for nearly all of the channel's content and operations. He greenlights (and often writes and edits) the various miniseries produced by the stream such as Fanfiction Factory and GatorUNbox.

Draco is a graduate of Texas A&M University and studied broadcasting while he was there which has helped him better understand livestreaming and make better use of equipment. He built the show's current set (2017-present) with the help of "Draco Sr" and designed it around modularity and the ability to incorporate or remove props and set pieces while also allowing for multiple camera angles if needed. Draco is also a former theatrical actor, stand-up comedian, and singer. These experiences have helped him become a skilled entertainer and prolonged the life of the Gatorbox show. In 2019 Draco performed as a vocalist in the game Twitch Sings as part of that year's Extra Life marathon.

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