Meet the Guinness Six Nations creators

Guinness Six Nations creators will be in attendance at matches across Rugby’s Greatest Championship, bringing you content directly from the stadium.

Guinness Six Nations creators will be in attendance at matches across Rugby’s Greatest Championship, bringing you content directly from the stadium.

The creators will be in the stands across the Championship, documenting their days via a #MatchdayStory and giving you their tips for Fantasy Rugby and Pick 4.

By combining their passions of rugby and content creation, the Guinness Six Nations creators will look to bring the Championship to new audiences online and bring the matches alive in new ways.

Here’s all you need to know about the creators ahead of the start of the Guinness Six Nations this Saturday.

Graffiti Tom – @tee2sugars

Wales fan Tom is best known for his eye-catching murals, which he posts online under the name Tee2Sugars.

Tom rediscovered his love of painting during lockdown and got to work, with some of his most famous compositions depicting the most iconic moments in Welsh rugby history.

“It started 14 years ago when I was 18, but it went on the backburner, it was a little bit of a side hustle kind of thing, and I had other jobs and stuff in between,” said Tom.

“Then lockdown happened, and I took up painting again, it has just become a full-fledged thing and I started posting a lot more on social media.

“I think being Welsh and from the Valleys, 90% of the people watch rugby and obviously all watch the international stuff, so I think it is just embedded in us really that we all are passionate about the rugby.

“I get the opportunity to paint a lot of Welsh inspired stuff, and a lot of the time, I get to paint rugby sceneries, recently I painted a Welsh dragon, with Dan Biggar about to kick a rugby ball, and some beautiful daffodils around him.”

Tom will be at Principality Stadium for the opening match of the 2023 Guinness Six Nations, as Wales take on world no.1 side Ireland under new boss Warren Gatland.

Jemma Norton – @theproplife

Grassroots rugby player Jemma plies her trade in the front row down in Devon for local side Cullompton RFC but brings her game to much bigger audiences through her online presence.

The prop boasts over 20,000 followers on TikTok, where she covers all things rugby, all the time.

Jemma ran the rule over some of the Championship’s biggest players at the launch event last week and will be at BT Murrayfield a Scotland take on Italy on the final weekend of action.

Jarryd Harris – @therugbyguyofficial

South African-born Jarryd Harris is one of the biggest creators on TikTok, with over 157,000 followers tuning in for his content.

Harris covers all things rugby, from reacting to the best moments on the pitch to creating his own trick shots with his son.

Now living in Devon, Harris has played locally for Paignton RFC and can often be found in the stands at many international Tests, whoever is playing.

For the 2023 Guinness Six Nations, Harris will be in Edinburgh at BT Murrayfield as Scotland take on Ireland.

Matthew McGuinness – @outcastmatt

Irish content creator Matthew McGuinness is better known as Outcastmatt online, where he streams on Twitch and creates content on TikTok for his nearly 50,000 followers.

During the 2023 Guinness Six Nations, Matt will be swapping his streams for the Aviva Stadium to watch world no.1 side Ireland take on defending Grand Slam champions France in Dublin.

Ben John – @therugbytrainer

Welshman Ben runs an online rugby skills academy as well as creating viral content on TikTok, where he boats over 2.7 million likes.

Ben’s TikToks include drills to help you improve your rugby, as well as reactions to videos sent in by his fans.

During Rugby’s Greatest Championship, Ben will be giving you his best tips for your Fantasy Rugby team, and you can even pit yourself against him by joining his league.

Out on the pitch, Ben will be at BT Murrayfield as Scotland take on his beloved Wales in the Scottish capital.

Oliver Paterson, El Burrito Monster – @elburritomonster

Viral burrito maker Oli Paterson, better known as El Burrito Monster, will hope his culinary-based support can fuel England to victory in the 2023 Guinness Six Nations.

The TikTok star cooks up all sorts of delicious meals which he shares with over half a million followers.

Oli made a number of Autumn Nations Series-inspired burritos as England took on the likes of Japan and New Zealand and will do the same again ahead of the visit of Italy to Twickenham this month.

“I have always been a casual rugby enjoyer,” said Paterson. “When I was at university, we would watch Bath Rugby play every couple of weeks.

“We would just go down, get on the pints and have a jolly one. I love singing a little bit of Swing Low Sweet Chariot.”

Bradley Gibson – @bradleyg687

Welsh content creator Bradley Gibson is patriotic and proud and will be supporting Warren Gatland’s men loud and proud during the 2023 Guinness Six Nations.

Gibson will be voicing his support to over 140,000 followers on TikTok, where he will be covering everything that happens at Principality Stadium or beyond.

The Welshman will be putting his own credentials to the test in Guinness Fantasy Rugby, and you can take him on by joining his league, while he will also be in Cardiff as Wales take on England.

Rugby O’Top – @rugbyotop

If you want French rugby coverage, Rugby O’Top is the TikTok account for you.

With over 120,00 followers, it covers everything to do with the defending Grand Slam champions with reaction videos to the very best action in the Top14 all the way down to the grassroots.

They will be at the Stade de France as France welcome Scotland to Paris looking to make it back-to-back Championships.

Riccardo Rizzoli – @riccardorizzoli02

Skating star Riccardo Rizzoli will be hoping Italy can take inspiration from his TikToks and glide through opposition defences during the 2023 Guinness Six Nations.

The 2018 Italian champion is a recent convert to rugby but was blown away by his experience during the Autumn Nations Series and is now back for more during Rugby’s Greatest Championship.

“I was really impressed by rugby,” said Rizzoli. “It was a great time. It was completely different to what I expected.

“It took me a few minutes to understand what was going on but the atmosphere was amazing. The stadium was enthusiastic but relaxed at the same time so I enjoyed it a lot.

“I definitely want to go to another one. It was so fun. Right now I want to be a big fan.”

Rizzoli will be at the Stadio Olimpico as Italy welcome Wales on the penultimate weekend.

Max Brown and GymNan – @maxbrownyo

Rugby player and fan Max Brown will be cheering on England during the 2023 Guinness Six Nations, and can’t wait to take you all on at Guinness Fantasy Rugby.

Brown has put together the team he hopes will take him to the top, and you can take him on by joining his league.

When he’s not out on the pitch or pitting his wits at Fantasy Rugby, Brown creates rugby content on TikTok for over 150,000 followers.

Whether it’s reactions to grassroots clips or giving you an insight into his own game, Brown shares everything rugby.

Max will also be at Twickenham to cheer on England when they face reigning champions France.

Champions Du Digital – @championsdudigital

Vanessa Tomaszewski is the brains behind Champions Du Digital, the online platform covering French sport.

Clocking up over 300,000 followers on TikTok, the channel covers football, skiing and everything in between.

But now, the focus will be on the 2023 Guinness Six Nations as Rugby’s Greatest Championship takes centre stage for the next few weeks.

They’ll be at France’s clash against Wales on the final weekend of matches, where France will be hoping to seal a second Championship in a row.

Sam Lovett – @samloverugby

Scottish super fan Sam Lovett covers rugby from all across the globe on her TikTok account, which has over 30,000 followers.

Lovett is hosting her own Fantasy Rugby league throughout the Championship and will be giving her best tips to score as many points as possible.

She will also be at Twickenham as England and Scotland renew their rivalry to compete for the Calcutta Cup.

Gordon Forbes – @gordonf0rbes

Irish actor Gordon Forbes entertains his 70,000 TikTok followers with comedic skits, but now he’ll be turning his attention to the rugby pitch for the 2023 Guinness Six Nations.

Forbes will hope to bring the humour to the stands at the Aviva Stadium, where he’ll be in attendance as Ireland take on England on the final weekend.

Ifiok Awak-Essien

Rugby content creator Ifiok Awak-Essien looks to the see the funny side of all things rugby with his TikTok videos.

It has earned him over 18,000 followers, all of whom he is looking to take on in his own Fantasy Rugby league during the 2023 Guinness Six Nations.

He will also be taking in the atmosphere at Twickenham as England host Italy in the second weekend of action.