"Smosh Games" uploads numerous videos a week, consisting of Let's Plays and video game commentary shows. Padilla and Hecox appear less regularly on this channel, with fellow Smosh Games members Mari Takahashi, David "Lasercorn" Moss, Matthew Sohinki, Joshua "Joven" Ovenshire, Amra "Flitz" Ricketts,  , Wesley "Wes The Editor" Johnson  , Ericka "Boze" Bozeman and Damien Haas handling most hosting duties. It has over million subscribers, and over billion video views as of October 2016.  Takahashi,  Moss,  Sohinki,  Ovenshire,  Ricketts,  and Johnson  also have their own channels, which are not considered part of the Smosh roster. Since summer 2015, the channel has hosted annual "Smosh Summer Games" and "Smosh Winter Games" events, primarily hosted on the Smosh Games channel with other videos posted to Smosh 2nd Channel as well. The first Summer Games in 2015 introduced Shayne Topp to the Smosh family as a referee, while the 2017 Winter Games introduced Boze to the lineup. Damien Haas joined later in 2017. In August that year, Sohinki and Lasercorn announced that they would no longer be full-time members of Smosh Games, in order to focus on their new project Toaster Ghost. They have not ruled out appearing in future Smosh-related videos though, and have appeared occasionally in videos since then. On January 4, 2018, Ricketts left the organization after being accused by multiple women of sexual assault and rape.