Maron is an electronic music enthusiast, having used tracks from the label Monstercat on his gameplay videos. On March 27, 2016, he created "Maron Music", a music promotion channel where he would share other artists' music, as well as his own original music; "Moonbeam" was the first of his tracks to be uploaded to the channel.
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Maron later created his main channel "Captain Sparklez" on July 2010, uploading both Minecraft and Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 gameplay before focusing mainly on Minecraft.
Maron has produced several Minecraft-themed songs and music videos, most notably Revenge, a parody of "DJ Got Us Falling in Love Again" by Usher, featuring vocals from himself and Try Hard Ninja.
Maron is primarily known for the video game Minecraft, which is featured on his main channel, Captain Sparklez, and the channel Captain Sparklez 2.
His main channel is currently the 437th most-subscribed channel on You Tube with over ten million subscribers as of July 25, 2019.
Maron started a mobile gaming company called XREAL with Howard Marks, co-founder and former CEO of Activision and cofounder of Acclaim Games and Start Engine.
XREAL released their game Fortress Fury in May 2015, which received over 1.5 million downloads within its first month of launch.
Maron later created "Fortnite Cinema" a channel which features short films created in the game Fortnite Battle Royale.
In early 2017, Maron began to frequently upload videos featuring his reactions and commentary on top Reddit posts to his main channel.
On March 27, 2016, he created "Maron Music", a music promotion channel where he would share other artists music, as well as his own original music.