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- Cree Cicchino as Babe Carano, creator of Game Shakers at 12-years-old. She always does her own thing and doesn’t mind stepping on someone’s toes to do so. She is confident, quick-witted, and fearless when it comes to making tough decisions. In “MeGo the Freakish Robot,” it is revealed that Babe is allergic to peanuts.
- Madisyn Shipman as Kenzie Bell, creator of Game Shakers at 12-years-old. She lacks a social filter and tends to be extremely blunt, but makes up for her lackluster social skills with incredible tech knowledge.
- Benjamin “Lil’ P-Nut” Flores, Jr. as Triple G, the son of Double G who had a lavish childhood, but all that he really wants is to be with children his own age. He’s eventually hired by Babe and Kenzie as the video game consultant. In “Shark Explosion”, it is revealed that his real name is Grover.
- Thomas Kuc as Hudson, a friend of Babe and Kenzie as well as a member of Game Shakers. Despite knowing that Hudson isn’t necessarily intelligent, Babe states in “Sky Whale” that he’s cute and will do whatever she and Kenzie say.
- Kel Mitchell as Double G, a successful rapper and billionaire whose real name is Gale J. Griffin. He is impulsive, unpredictable, and determined to have as much fun and money as possible. With the help of Babe and Kenzie, he rediscovers his love for gaming and becomes the main investor of Game Shakers. In “Revenge at Tech Fest”, Double G gets a temporary trionic right arm after his right arm is badly broken following a sling slot incident caused by MeGo. In “The Switch,” it is revealed that Double G is allergic to shrimp.
- Shel Bailey as Ruthless, Double G’s tall assistant who speaks extremely loudly.
- Bubba Ganter as Bunny, Double G’s childish assistant.
- Regi Davis as Mr. Sammich, Babe, Kenzie, and Hudson’s science teacher at Sugar Hill Junior High School. While he is often annoyed when Double G crashes his classes to scold Babe and Kenzie on something they did wrong, Mr. Sammich tends to cower when Ruthless and Bunny are with him.
- Tanner Buchanan as Mason Kendall, an older boy whom Babe has a crush on. In “The Mason Experience”, Mason moves away to Florida.
- Todd Bosley as Teague, a waiter at Fooders.