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'''Daniel José Santomé Lemus''', known by the stage name '''"Dallas Review"''', is a controversial [[Spanish people|Spanish]] musician, with 8.5 million internet followers.<ref name=Efe2018-11-30/><ref name=ElPais2018-12-17/><ref name=laopinion2018-11-29/><ref name=thewatmag2018-11-29/>
 
'''Daniel José Santomé Lemus''', known by the stage name '''"Dallas Review"''', is a controversial [[Spanish people|Spanish]] musician, with 8.5 million internet followers.<ref name=Efe2018-11-30/><ref name=ElPais2018-12-17/><ref name=laopinion2018-11-29/><ref name=thewatmag2018-11-29/>
  
''[[Eurogamer]]'' reports that he played a key role in the production, release and promotion of an online game called [[Fur Fun]].<ref name=eurogamer2017-03-07/>
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''[[Eurogamer]]'' reports that he played a key role in the production, release and promotion of an online game called [[Fur Fun]].<ref name=eurogamer2017-03-07/> The game became embroiled in controversy over claims it included intellectual property from an earlier game, which Lemus denied.
  
 
==References==
 
==References==

Revision as of 20:04, 1 December 2019

Daniel José Santomé Lemus
Nationality Spain
Other names
  • DalasReview
  • Dalas Review
  • Daniel José Santomé Lemus
  • Dalas
  • WhaTheGame
  • Dalas sin filtros
  • Dalas Azahar Blanco
Occupation musician
Known for charged with sexually abusing underage girls

Daniel José Santomé Lemus, known by the stage name "Dallas Review", is a controversial Spanish musician, with 8.5 million internet followers.[1][2][3][4]

Eurogamer reports that he played a key role in the production, release and promotion of an online game called Fur Fun.[5] The game became embroiled in controversy over claims it included intellectual property from an earlier game, which Lemus denied.

References

  1. "El "youtuber" Dalas Review niega haber abusado de una menor: Quieren hundirme" (in Spanish). EFE Agency (Madrid). 2018-11-30. https://www.efe.com/efe/espana/sociedad/el-youtuber-dalas-review-niega-haber-abusado-de-una-menor-quieren-hundirme/10004-3829057. Retrieved 2019-12-01. "El joven, con 8,5 millones de seguidores y considerado uno de los más polémicos de la red, se ha referido así en el juicio que se ha celebrado hoy en la Audiencia Provincial de Madrid acusado de los delitos de ciberacoso sexual infantil y abuso sexual de menores de 16 años, hechos por los que la Fiscalía pide 5 años de prisión frente a la absolución que reclama su defensa." 
  2. "Absuelto el ‘youtuber’ Dalas Review de los delitos de ciberacoso y abuso sexual a una menor" (in Spanish). El País (Madrid). 2018-12-17. https://elpais.com/sociedad/2018/12/17/actualidad/1545040141_207197.html. Retrieved 2019-12-01. 
  3. "El youtuber tinerfeño Dalas Review, a juicio por abusar de una menor" (in Spanish). 2018-11-29. Archived from the original on 2018-11-29. https://web.archive.org/web/20181129230240/https://www.laopinion.es/sucesos/2018/11/29/youtuber-dalas-review-enfrenta-5/932508.html. Retrieved 2019-12-01. 
  4. Irene Sierra (2018-11-29). "La Fiscalía pide 5 años de cárcel para Dalas por supuesto abuso a menores" (in Spanish). The Watmag. https://www.thewatmag.com/youtube/fiscalia-pide-5-anos-carcel-para-dalas-supuesto-abuso-a-menores. Retrieved 2019-12-01. "Pero, las acusaciones vertidas sobre Dalas no se terminan en la tuitera @oliv1ta o la víctima que le ha denunciado por medio de lo legal. Además de Ingrid y Miare, youtubers como Focusinvlogs o Anne Reburn han compartido sus experiencias a través de YouTube, a lo largo de estos últimos años." 
  5. Wesley Yin-Poole (2017-03-07). "Developer hits back at claims his Steam game rips off Banjo-Kazooie and Yooka-Laylee". Eurogamer. https://www.eurogamer.net/articles/2017-02-27-developer-slams-critics-of-new-steam-game-accused-of-ripping-off-banjo-kazooie-and-yooka-laylee. Retrieved 2019-12-01. "DalasReview, who goes by the name Dalas, has a whopping 4.3 million subscribers on YouTube. His gaming channel, WhaTheGame, has over two million subscribers. Here's a video in which he plays Fur Fun with a friend."