Tio Orochi: How did his passion for anime build his fame?

Pedro Orochi, Tio Orochi, Orochinho.. he is known by so many names and yet his image has always been a part of anime fans’ minds in Brazil. His curious way to deliver content in his videos engaged an entire generation, and to be able to make people so invested in his humoristic content related to animes laugh with unexpected words is a huge influencer skill.

His primary YouTube channel has over 4.4M subscribers, while his older channel has garnered 2.2M subscribers. On Twitch 1.3M followers and 1.6M followers on Instagram.

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One of the first anime-related content creators in Brazil

Pedro Henrique ”Orochi”, was born in Maringá, Paraná. Pedro got his nickname inspired by Orochimaru, one of the biggest villains in the anime culture and one of the main antagonists in the anime series ‘Naruto’. His passion for the show was his headstart on the internet.

The plot goes around Naruto Uzumaki, a young ninja who aspires to become the Hokage, the prestigious position of leadership in his village. The show kept it success even after 20 years of its release, it’s a show with a large dominance aamong the ”Otaku” culture.

He started his journey on YouTube, in 2013 to share his insights based on his interest in the anime culture, especially focused on the series Naruto. His first video on the platform was called ”UFC Naruto”, which the content creator showcase the game ”Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 3: Full Burst”, with over 410K views.

The video was short but had a huge impact, with an edited voice-over of a UFC narrator and perfectly timed zoom-ins the simple playthrough video made it into a funny and unique meme.

Memes and anime, the unexpected mix

Orochi had this innate skill to entertain whatever he puts effort into, and his reputation grew quickly due to his genius approach to delivering comical content. The content creator could even be one of the first influencers to bring the ”Shitposting” culture to the mainstream.

Shitposting is the performance of posting satirical, ironically poor-quality content on the internet. This type of content can start from simple low-quality images to even intentional satirical type of videos in general. Orochi was pioneering on this type of content, so as a fresh content creator he amassed an huge amount of fans.

The video which exemplifies this type of content, is ” O DIA QUE O ITACHI FRITOU OVO ” (The day Itachi fried an egg), which was initially a promotional video with the antagonist from Naruto. But Orochi had better plans for it. The edited video had a robotic voice-over to narrate the entire video in a poor and satirical way, and the video got over 6.3M views on YouTube.

Memes and other types of audio was included in the video, enriching its meme value. Orochi’s fans couldn’t have enough of his genius skills for this type of content, which was showcased in the huge response in the comments.

The influencer didn’t limit himself only to the Naruto series, the influencer had his content dedicated to the Otaku’s culture as well. One of his followers sent him a video of an anime convention (an event focused on anime culture), and Orochi had a brilliant idea for humoristic content.

He edited an Alien-focused show into the anime convention, to parallel the comparison between UFOs and Anime lovers, bringing a good amount of laughs out of his subscribers.

Dedicating on his Gameplay era

Pedro wanted to show more of his gamer side so he decided to create a gameplay-focused account on YouTube in 2018. With a more straight-to-the-point type of content, he captivated, his even more, his fans, proving to be a multi-skilled entertainer, not only in editing skills but also with the X factor.

One of Pedro’s most entertaining videos is the popular game “Among Us” which garnered over 8.1 million views on YouTube. His unique editing style is a signature feature of his content.

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Orochi, an anime and meme pioneer, has a Twitch account where he engages with his followers, reacting to videos with comedic timing and sharing his opinions. His online presence has cultivated a massive following, thanks in part to his entertaining skills.

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