NoughtPointFour Latest of UK’s Top YouTubers to Create Spreadshirt Shop

Merchandising Platform Supports Money-Making Gamer Sites

London, 9 June 2014, Spreadshirt, the ecommerce site which makes it easy for all YouTubers to create, sell and buy ideas on merchandising, has today signed-up NoughtPointFour. The latest UK YouTube Gamer channel joins Mangaminx, Stampy and iBallisticSquid, which have already added the Spreadshirt icon to their share buttons. NoughtPointFour is a Grand Theft Auto V channel, which will kick-off with Eat Sleep Game Repeat and I’m Noughty t-shirts for teenagers, women and men.

Mangaminx commented “It’s really cool. Using Spreadshirt’s platform means I can connect personalisable merchandise directly to my channel and share it via any social network. It was really easy to set-up and I can change the designs quickly. Because it’s print-on-demand I don’t have to invest in stock. I get to play around with ideas, Spreadshirt does all the production, fulfillment, customer services and financials, including local taxes, and then I get a payment once a month”.

The Spreadshirt icon links through to a branded shop, where fans can pay in one of 7 currencies and send merchandise to over 200 countries; giving the UK’s YouTuber’s a potentially global audience for their merchandise. T-shirts are the biggest sellers for YouTubers, but phone cases are very popular for new designs.

Philip Rooke, CEO of Spreadshirt, commented “UK YouTubers are amongst our most savvy sellers. They know that their fans want a bit of customisation, right size or colour, and that they like limited editions. Our technology means they can put up a design for an hour maybe or only make a small number available. Because it’s print-on-demand, YouTubers can afford to keep adding and changing designs, seeing what gets ordered and what doesn’t. It gives them lots of information about their fans and encourages them to come back and see what’s recently been posted”.

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