Hilarious TwitchCon Incident Has YouTube Star MrBeast Use Just One Word to…..
Who said MrBeast only has fans on YouTube? The American content creator’s influence is reaching other video streaming platforms as well. Recently, a famous Twitch streamer shared a funny incident during the TwitchCon 2022 event.
The purple video streaming platform, Twitch, is hosting a conversation event with fans in Amsterdam. Further, many famous Twitch streamers attended the event, like Pokimane, tommyinnit, Mongraal, and Tubbo.
The Twitch streamer Drew Timbs also attended the TwitchCon event. Drew is an Australian streamer who is also part of the e-sports team, Team Liquid. The 27-year-old is famous for his internet persona of Midbeast. And his gaming name got him into that funny event.
A young kid came up to Midbeast at the TwitchCon 2022. But later, the kid revealed he didn’t come to meet Midbeast. Instead, the kid came there to meet the YouTube superstar MrBeast. It’s pretty apparent that the kid mistook Midbeast for MrBeast.
Later, Drew shared the incident on Twitter, “A kid came up to my meet and greet and said, “Sorry, I thought you were MrBeast, so I lined up, I don’t know who you are” and then walked off… Power move.” Further, Jimmy Donaldson, a.k.a MrBeast, found the incident “funny”.
MrBeast will have a considerable loss if YouTube goes down for 24 hours
Donaldson not only gained fame from YouTube but also got a lot of cash to fill his pockets. MrBeast is only two million away from reaching 100 million subscribers.
So, MrBeast near about gets 377.021 million viewership. And YouTube gives $3 to $10 for 1000 views. So, Donaldson can easily bag $1 to $5 million per view. Moreover, the YouTuber has many brand deals to boost his monthly income.
But we can’t ignore that MrBeast’s income heavily depends on his video’s daily viewership. Recently, a YouTube, JackSuckAtStuff, talked about what will happen in the case of the red video streaming platform going off for 24 hours.
Jack Suck At Stuff believes that if YouTube goes down for a day, it will cost the American content creator a loss of $25,000. It might look pale compared to the amount of money Jimmy spent on his videos. But still, these are huge figures that Jimmy would lose if YouTube goes down.