I watched your music video when you first dropped it, and I honestly thought that was your first video... (not because it was bad, actually it was really good) but I had never heard of your stuff, I was shocked when I realized you have 100 videos. Think about it like this, there are TONS of guys out there with action cams filming their paintball games now. But, there are a few guys that everyone has heard of. Those tons of guys put out content quite often, and that is like making something cool and putting it in your front yard. Sure you made something cool, but it is sitting there and only cars that drive by and happen to be looking towards your house will see it. Of those, only people that are interested in what you built will even be interested in looking at it. But, they have to take effort to stop and get out of their car and go see it...
You need to figure out how to get your content in front of the people that would want to see it. And that is done by "advertising" your content.
Because a youtube video maker is a content producer, and if you don't advertise that content, it won't go anywhere no matter how good it is...
How many forums do you post your content on? I put mine on pbriot, reddit "paintballvideos", pb"youknow", a50g, x70g, paintballforum, facebook, Tippmannforum, and of course here. I like some forums more, so I put my content there first. Other forums i don't like that much so I rarely put my content on there, but I still put a video or two there every so often.
Another key is to do a better job "branding" your videos. Right now, most of your video titles are VERY specific and short, and hardly any of them say what they are PAINTBALL. You play in the woods a lot, so WOODSBALL should also be part of your "branding". Then you need to label the title of the video with these terms.
One big problem with your content is that it isn't "yours". This is a HUGE problem if you want to grow your channel. You can only use content YOU own. Putting in transformers content/logo/video/music is a giant red flag, and will keep you from ever being high end youtube partner... As youtube won't promote any video maker that uses other peoples content.
I've been making videos for YEARS, and it takes a LONG time before you see any type of response, unless you just get lucky... (jjron for example, he dropped his scopecam sniper video and it blew up on reddit, gaining over 800,000 views in under a week... that is EXTREMELY rare...). But, it CAN happen, and it was a GREAT video... He is now a youtube partner. I did it the hard way, just putting out new content often, and slowing gaining viewers. I've been making content since 08, and THIS year I started the year with 300 subscribers... That's it. 300... Today I have over 3,700 and it is growing by 20-50 per day (I had to turn off my subscriber notification this summer as I was getting them so often it was filling up my email inbox). AlabasterSlim was in a similar situation with a relatively low subscriber count at the beginning of this year, today he has over 60,000 subscribers!!! Now youtube is promoting him, and he is also a member of a youtube community so they get a portion of his profits, in return for promoting his content.
I got my youtube partnership after about a year of making videos, because I had a video that had 45,000 views. (lookup on youtube "paintball accuracy test" and you can see it for yourself as it is #1). I made that 4 years ago. Youtube looks at content you produce, and how it performs, if you have lots of views, but they don't actually stay watching it (the audience retention in your analytics tab) it will rank low on youtubes recommendations. Look at your content, and figure out why people are clicking off. You have to remember, most people will watch a 2 minute video max... If you don't grab them in the first 15 seconds, they are GONE!
Conversely if you have a video with very high audience retention, youtube will heavily promote that video (if you are a youtube partner), and you will get TONS of views from that. I have a few of those videos, and if you search on youtube normal paintball related searches, often my videos will be on the first page of the search. That is due to audience retention, and views, and my partner status, and the fact that I have only ever used my own content in all my video work. I also don't use music I don't have permission to use, that is another key stumbling block. Sure lots of people do it, but if you don't have permission from the band, you can't "legally" use it in a video... Unless it is creative commons content. So don't do it, as it will put your partnership possibilities at risk. And I look for keywords that people interested in paintball will search for and use those in my titles.
Yes, you can make money on youtube videos, but it is like catching lighting in a bottle, unless you have a MASSIVE subscriber base it is hard to make any kind of decent money. When you get into the 50,000 subs, or more, then you start making enough to have it cover the cost of your paint/entry to play...
I don't do this for money, I do it because it is fun. I also HATE ads on youtube videos, so I don't put them on my content... I do have a channel with ads, (my blip account) and I used it quite a bit for a year, and made enough money from it to buy the tennis shoes I am wearing... That's it, and they were on sale... It typically makes a few pennies a day if you have good content... They have changed their setup now, and they don't have me searchable, so I haven't been using them as much lately because it is a hassle... And youtube is much more popular, and I don't really care about the money, as it is too little to make it worth filing the taxes.
So all of that was to say, if you enjoy making content keep making it. Don't make it for other people make it for yourself. And if YOU don't enjoy watching it, then why would other people like it?
Most paintball youtube content is hard to watch, it isn't edited, the cameras are too far from the target to see who you are shooting, and it is hard to follow. If you can figure out how to make content that the viewer feels like it is THEM playing the game, that is where fps is most successful. Especially if the viewer at home can SEE what you are shooting. Which is why I developed my ZoomCam system, as I wanted to be able to SEE the hits. Without having to get 30 feet away or closer...
here is how I built my Zoomcam, it is easy to do, and very low cost. (on blip)