MrBeast Youtuber Is Giving Over $10,000 For New Subscribers. Just….
MrBeast is one of the biggest YouTubers in the world, with over 98.7 million subscribers. He is now eyeing reaching 100 million subscribers. Further, his fans and supporters are also coming up with intriguing ideas to help the YouTube star reach the milestone.
Matthew Beem is a Colorado-based YouTuber with over 1.93 million subscribers. He is famous for his vlogs and the original challenges he host. However, the 25-year-old came into the spotlight after collaborating with MrBeast.
Beem drove from Colorado to North Carolina to gift MrBeast a car wrapped in the iconic MrBeast colors, blue and pink. After that first video, Beem helped Donaldson build the giant doll for the Squid Game video. He also helped Ryan Trahan by building the big penny to gift Jimmy Donaldson.
How did Matthew Beems support his biggest inspiration?
The rising YouTuber is again helping MrBeast. But this time, he didn’t build a giant doll or giant coin. Instead, he is assisting the YouTube superstar in getting more followers to reach the epic milestone of 100 million subscribers.
Beem released a video on his channel titled “Would You Subscribe To MrBeast For $10,000?” As the title suggests, Beem offered money to random people to subscribe to Jimmy Donaldson’s YouTube channel. However, he didn’t just give away so much money, but asked them also to complete some challenges.
Many might wonder why Beem is going to such an extent for Jimmy Donaldson. The reason is quite simple as Beem looks up to the YouTuber with 98.7 million subscribers. The Colorado-based YouTuber shared, “MrBeast is one of my biggest inspirations and a great friend. And that’s exactly why we’re doing this.”
MrBeast is the better gamer
Aside from the hustle of reaching 100 million subscribers, MrBeast also had another great challenge at hand. He had to lock horns with the Twitch streamer Ninja. The two internet personalities had a League of Legends match at the Hyperx X Arena in Las Vegas a few days ago.
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Both MrBeast and Ninja had a strong team behind them. But the YouTube superstar had the edge over Ninja. Eventually, MrBeast won the tournament and bagged $150,000. Further, he even boasted about it on his LinkedIn. Donaldson wrote, “Took a break from filming videos to beat Ninja 2-0 in League. I’m officially the better gamer.”
Now, Jimmy is back on YouTube chasing behind the epic milestone, and he’s only 1.3 million subscribers short. We are hoping that he reaches the milestone soon. Are you a subscriber to MrBeast’s channel?