YouTubers are ranking their favorite things with ‘tier lists’ — here’s how they work

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YouTubers are ranking their favorite things for fun. Tier lists have become a popular pastime where people rate their beloved TV shows, video games, animals and pretty much anything else. Rankings can be great conversation starters because they are fairly subjective and are bound to cause differences in opinion. The concept of the "s tier" comes from video game tier lists, with “s” sometimes standing for “superb”. Players and publications typically rank characters from most powerful to least. Popular YouTubers now rank everything from teen dramas to influencer scams. To make your own tier, visit
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