Minecraft star Ranboo’s charity stream raises over $ 300,000 on Twitch
Twitch streamer and YouTuber Mark “Ranboo” recently hosted a 16 hour charity sub-athon which made him the most subscribed streamer on the platform.
Ranboo is a Minecraft content creator with around 3.6 million Twitch subscribers. He has in the past organized several charity streams and announced that he would donate the proceeds to the non-profit organization Charity: Water.
The subathon event started yesterday, August 21st, and recently ended after around 4pm. Ranboo is said to have raised over $ 300,000 through the event and thus became the platform’s most-subscribed creator.
Ranboo becomes most-subscribed streamer on Twitch after charity sub-athon event
In the last 24 hours, Ranboo has gained around 57,000 Twitch subscribers, bringing his total to exactly 116,225. This makes him the most subscribed streamer on the platform, with Nicholas “Nickmercs” Kolcheff currently 2nd with around 72K subscribers. , according to TwitchTracker. The subathon event lasted approximately 16 hours and recently came to an end.
Ranboo has announced that he will donate all profits to Charity: Water. Charity: Water was founded in 2006 by author and club promoter Scott Harrison with the aim of providing safe drinking water to developing countries. To date, it has been involved in more than 44,000 water projects around the world in a total of 28 countries.
Ranboo had announced the feed a day in advance and said he would jump into his pool if he ended up exceeding his subscriber count. The streamer managed to do this comfortably and gained exactly 56,864 subscribers through the subathon event, according to Twitch Tracking. Ranboo did not post a post on the subathon event after the stream ended.
However, a fan-managed account claimed that he was able to raise over $ 300,000 through the event and, as promised, will donate the amount to the aforementioned charity. Further updates on the event and detailed statistics can be expected in the near future.