Here’s a list of the questions asked:
What was going through your head when Pokemon GO first came out?
What was it like to be partnered with Niantic?
Do you feel like gaps in the initial game release was a good thing for fostering third party investment such as Silph Road?
If not for Pokemon GO, what do you think you'd be doing right now?
What was your motivation for becoming a YouTuber in the first place?
If you could go back and give yourself some advice, what would you say?
What are some of the highlights of your YouTube career?
Has something ever made you consider doing something else?
MCScramps - Do you think Niantic will increase the level cap and if so, when?
JackitK - How do you manage your time between playing, making videos, and family/friends?
T Hubbz - What do you prioritize when you go out and play?
Clint - How do you keep a positive mindset in the face of inexplicably bad luck?
Rob - What's your sense of how Community Days and events will be handled in the future for those that can't attend them?
Do you know if Niantic has a true sense of what it would take to solve common complaints for rural players?
Are you looking forward to Pokestop submissions?
What is something that you're looking forward to this year?
What would it take to make Pokemon GO engaging as an esport for spectators?
What is your favorite Pokemon?
What is your favorite version of the Gameboy games?