After nine years of creating zany YouTube videos, podcasts, and other gaming-related media, the Creators of the Super Best Friends Play team have parted ways, ending their partnership and shutting down the brand. The Montreal, Quebec-based trio announced the end to Super Best Friends Play in a video posted early Sunday morning. Matthew Kowalewski, Patrick Boivin, and Woolie Madden each recorded video segments explaining the decision to bring their long-running partnership to an end, and providing some details on what they’ll be doing going forward. “Super Best Friends Play is ending,” Madden said. “It doesn’t make it any easier to hear, but we’re just going to be real with you: Matt and Pat are no longer friends.” Madden said the business side of Super Best Friends Play has eroded the personal friendship between Kowalewski and Boivin on which their original YouTube series had been founded, and that it had gotten “less and less fun” for them to record new content together. “We are not all disappearing from the internet, or anything like that,” Kowalewski said. “The Super Best Friends main channel will still be preserved online.” Further, the three hosts each have side projects and streaming channels that they’ll be continuing to use post-breakup.