Xavier Woods’ popular YouTube gaming series, UpUpDownDown, is finally making its return. The show has been on hiatus due to a conflict about Woods’ apparent unfair pay. UpUpDownDown will be back with a live stream on January 8, 2021 at 5 PM eastern.

Woods will be playing games for fans live at the G4TV headquarters. He recently became a host for the network. The announcement was made on the show’s Twitter.

“ATTENTION YOU PEOPLE!!

Join @AustinCreedWins tomorrow at 5PM ET/2PM PT for an EXCLUSIVE Livestream only on UpUpDownDown!! This is NOT A DRILL!

Our KING will be gaming from @G4TV HQ, and requests your attendance! You don’t want to miss it!”

UpUpDownDown boasts a whopping 2.27 million subscribers on YouTube. The show has amazing crossover appeal and a loyal fan base. It’s great to see that things have apparently been worked out regarding Woods’ compensation.

The show’s staff effectively went on strike when news broke that the show’s creator and host wasn’t being paid extra for his work. Now, that standstill is over. Fans will be thrilled to hear that UpUpDownDown is finally back!

Are you excited for the return of UpUpDownDown? Let us know in the comments!

Michael Perry

Michael Perry is a news contributor for Ringside News and Thirsty for News. Michael has an M.A. in Communication Technology from Point Park University in his hometown of Pittsburgh, PA.

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