Andre “Typical Gamer” Rebelo, among YouTube’s greatest gaming stars, has actually signed an exclusive contract to continue streaming on the platform. Rebelo announced the offer Thursday afternoon through a new video on his YouTube channel.
In the video, Rebelo likewise reveals that he’ll be contributing $10,000 to Additional Life. In collaboration with the charity company, Rebelo likewise checks out a fan born with a heart problem. After the go to he discusses his rise to popularity on YouTube and just how much its implied to him, prior to revealing that he’ll continue to stream specifically on YouTube Gaming.
Rebelo first began his YouTube channel back in 2008 and has actually considering that increased to prominence with videos including games like Minecraft, Red Dead Redemption, and Grand Theft Auto 5. As streaming started to remove, Rebelo began broadening from simply publishing videos to full YouTube livestreams. Over the last couple of years, Rebelo’s streaming appeal has actually increased greatly with games like Fortnite. Rebelo has more than 9 million customers on YouTube, along with almost 850,000 followers onTwitter
Over the last a number of months, numerous content developers have actually been signing offers exclusive deals as platforms attempt to secure skill. While Rebelo has actually been on YouTube for the majority of his profession and will continue to stream there thanks to this contract, other developers and banners have actually decided to change platforms just recently.
It started in August 2019 when Tyler “Ninja” Blevins moved from Twitch to Mixer, however continued with banners relocating to a range of platforms consisting of Rachell “Valkyrae” Hofstetter and Jack “Guts” Dunlop to YouTube Gaming, or Jeremy “Camouflaged Toast” Wang to Facebook Gaming. Some Twitch banners like Imane “Pokimane” Anys and Person “Dr Disrespect” Beahm have actually decided to remain on the platform as the streaming market spreads out.