In a reply to a question from Tamer Union about the future of the channel, Oota "Volcano" Kensuke confirmed that his YouTube channel Volcano Channel will continue to update with new videos even after Oota's resignation from Bandai last year. Volcano Channel is Oota's personal account of Digimon history, drawing on his memories and experiences working with the original Digital Monster project. Oota is currently considering the subject of his fourth video.
His personality "Volcano Oota" was originally created to promote the D-1 Grand Prix
tournaments, and has remained a memorable component of his public
persona for almost twenty years. In 2000 his character was made into an
official Digimon, Volcamon, and in 2002 given the Ultimate form Pile
Volcamon, corresponding to his "Pile Volcano Oota" upgrade. In 2015 Oota
launched Volcano Channel, his YouTube channel where he discusses the
development and history of the Digimon franchise. His most recent video focused on the origins of the current Omegamon's design and his contributions to it.