Long-running YouTube network Machinima has closed its doors.
Last month, the company's official YouTube went dark, taking all of the content with it. However, Machinima's parent company Otter Media has confirmed that the company is now gone completely as it merges with Fullscreen.
Over 81 staff members have been laid off in the process, and the creators of the videos that were removed from Machinima's channel currently have no way of getting them back.
"A select number of Machinima employees remain with the company, which is now actively providing services to supercharge the combined portfolio of Otter Media," a Machinima spokesperson said.
"Machinima has ceased its remaining operations, which includes layoffs. Russell Arons remains with Machinima, and is assisting with transitional activities as she explores new opportunities."
Machinima was formed 19 years ago to support hobbyist video creators and experienced significant traction with the launch of YouTube a few years later.