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  • The Game Master: Summer Schooled

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New York Times best seller! From Matt and Rebecca Zamolo, creators of the mega-popular YouTube series Game Master Network, comes a new thrilling novel about everyone’s favorite mystery-solving team as they go toe-to-toe with the mysterious and menacing Game Master.

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American Influencer Awards: Meet Content Creator of the Year finalist Rebecca Zamolo

Rebecca Zamolo wanted to be an actress. 

But after she was diagnosed with ulcerative colitis, she was looking at three surgeries in nine months. She knew that would significantly impair her ability to get to auditions.

So she turned to YouTube. 

Now, Zamolo has more than 39 million combined followers across social platforms and over 5 billion views on YouTube.

She is most well-known for her family-friendly videos, including family challenges, DIYs, 24-hour challenges and more. She also recently launched a new mobile gaming app called “The Game Master Network." The app is tied into her immensely popular YouTube series, “The Game Master," which is described as a real-life escape room meets Amazing Race.

In June 2021, Zamolo released her first kids book from HarperCollins, titled “The Game Master: Summer Schooled," which debuted at #2 on The New York Times Best Seller List.

Now Zamolo adds American Influencer Award finalist to her list of achievements. She is up for Content Creator of the Year. 

The American Influencer Awards celebrates the best in beauty, lifestyle, fashion and fitness. After nearly 550,000 nominations from more than 115,000 people, the finalists have been chosen. Vote for your favorite influencers by Sept. 30 here. The winners will be announced in November. 

Find more information about the American Influencer Awards here.

The following is an excerpt from a conversation with Zamolo. It was edited for space and clarity.

Q: How did you get started in  lifestyle?

A: I moved to LA to be an actor but I had gotten sick. I had ulcerative colitis for 8 years. I had to have my colon removed, and with that I had an ostomy bag. I really wanted to perform and make content and with YouTube you can film from the waist up.

Q: What is the most common misconception that people have about working as an influencer?

A: A lot of times you're making content and it seems really fun. Everyone wants to be a YouTuber these days but what they don't realize is that it's an everyday thing. It's not like you can make something and go away. Just as easy as it can be to blow up over night, its even harder to stay there. 

Q: What is the best part about being an influencer?

A: My favorite part has always been connecting with people. When I first started I had a surgery that connected me to a lot of people that were sick with similar issues. That was the first time I had ever really connected on the internet and it felt really good, and as much as they enjoyed the content it really helped me to heal. What a lot of people don't know is that I love the business aspect. Behind the scenes I love numbers, I love data I love building.

Q: Where can viewers catch your latest (topic) video?

A: My channel Rebecca Zamolo on YouTube, Insatgram and Tiktok. I have been sharing moments throughout my pregnancy and throughout my IVF journey. Now that I'm pregnant, just getting to see my body change and documenting that is always really fun and my audience has really seemed to enjoy the changes as I document it. 

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YouTuber Rebecca Zamolo Reveals She's Pregnant After 'Long' IVF Journey: 'All Feels Worth It Now'

Rebecca Zamolo has happy news to share on her road to becoming a mom.

After revealing back in February that she had suffered a miscarriage at 9 weeks, the YouTuber, 36, announced Saturday that she is pregnant, expecting a baby with husband Matt Slays. This comes after a taxing IVF process, surgery, and her third implantation.

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Zamolo gets candid about her emotional journey in a new video on her channel, sharing the moment she learned the happy news.

"A rainbow baby is a baby born to parents following a miscarriage, because it's like a rainbow after a storm. We are overjoyed to finally be able to say that our rainbow baby is on the way," Zamolo and Slays, who wed in May 2014, tell PEOPLE exclusively.

"It's been a long journey filled with a rollercoaster of emotions, but it all feels worth it now," the couple adds. "We can't wait to meet our little rainbow bundle of joy. We are forever indebted to our family, friends, fans and doctors for their unwavering love and support during this journey. Thank you all."

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In her video back in February, Zamolo — who, four years ago, underwent surgery to have her colon removed, a life-saving procedure that, in turn, makes it harder for her to conceive — explained why she felt it important to share her entire journey to feel less alone. The highs and the lows.

"What I did do this time is I documented how I was feeling and I was sharing every week of my journey with you guys on my Instagram Story. The scariest thing for me about sharing my journey is that I knew there was a chance it wouldn't be a happy ending," she says in her new video. "I still wanted to document this because I know so many people who go through this."

"I wanted to show what this journey actually was, you know?" adds Zamolo. "There's so many steps. It's just a rollercoaster."

At week 9 this time around, Zamolo recalls feeling "nervous" that she would experience a miscarriage again since she experienced symptoms like cramps and sudden weight gain at the time. She says the appointment was "one of the scariest" she's had, but turned out to be positive news.

And at the 10-week appointment, she cried happy tears while seeing her baby on the way moving via ultrasound images, a memory featured in the video: "I never made it this far, so I've never got to feel excited like this," she says.

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