Joseph Garrett, a.k.a Stampy Cat now has two Guinness World Records titles to his name. The 27-year-old has set a new record for the Fastest time to make and display 10 cakes in Minecraft (PC Edition) with a time of 3 minutes 51 seconds to go with his record for Most viewed Terraria video (9,593,008 views as of 24 April). Stampy set his Minecraft record when he visited Guinness World Records' London HQ on 3 April ahead of the launch of Guinness World Records: Gamer's Edition 2019. Stampy now enjoys more than 9 million YouTube subscribers, and has racked up almost 7 billion (6,795,708,273) views, it took him a while to achieve success on the platform. He did YouTube for a really long time with almost no-one watching! People really started watching when he started doing Minecraft videos. The origins of Stampy's channel stemmed from his creativity and desire to make and edit videos. He started doing YouTube videos like little animations, short films with my friends at school. He decided to call Himself Stampy because a really long time ago when he was at school he made an animation with a character called Stampy. Stampy's channel took off when he started creating Minecraft videos. He feels that Minecraft has become so popular and stayed so popular for so long is basically because it's a platform that you can do whatever you want in. After seven years and hundreds of videos on YouTube, Stampy still likes to seek out something new to do with the game to keep his subscribers entertained. Though Stampy spends the majority of his time on YouTube creating and managing his own content, he also tries to watch his other favourite gamers when he gets the chance.