- A video of Singaporean Twitch streamer Ng Sher Ren stopping her “Valorant” livestream to save her father’s life has gone viral.
- In the TikTok video, Ng can be seen playing the first-person shooter game with three teammates before hearing a sound nearby.
- After realizing that her father is not feeling well, she abandons her online match.
- “My dad had a heart attack… his heart stopped once in the hosp [sic]. His condition is stable now,” Ng wrote in her post’s caption.
- TikTok users commended Ng’s decision to attend to her father – even if that meant losing her match.
- Ng’s video, which was posted on Thursday, has already garnered over 670,000 views and more than 80,000 likes.
A video of a Singaporean Twitch streamer stopping her “Valorant” livestream to save her father’s life has gone viral.
TikTok user and influencer Ng Sher Ren posted the 30-second clip on Thursday. The video, which has already garnered over 670,000 views and more than 80,000 likes, starts with a zoom in of a scoreboard and onscreen text that says, “Threw the game but saved my dad’s life.”
- Zhu Mingjun, a quadriplegic streamer, beat “Elden Ring,” one of the most difficult games released this year, using custom code, a mouth controller and his breath.
- The 29-year-old former firefighter, who comes from eastern China’s Shandong Province, became paralyzed from the neck down after falling while on duty on July 9, 2013.
- Zhu started giving public speeches in the city of Anqiu in 2018 to talk about his condition before taking up livestreaming.
- He initially relied on his mother to help him move his character around in “Elden Ring,” but after acquiring a custom mouth controller, he can now play his video games without any assistance.
- “Livestreaming has changed my life dramatically,” Zhu said. “I have got to know too many new friends [through livestreaming]. I am not alone like before. I am enjoying the happiness brought by livestreaming. On top of that, I can earn money from it.”
A quadriplegic Chinese gamer and streamer has managed to beat “Elden Ring” using a custom mouth controller and his breath.
Zhu Mingjun, 29, showcased his skills in a video posted on BiliBili, where he demonstrated his swift moves in evading oncoming attacks from the notoriously difficult game’s seven main bosses.
A Vietnamese woman is going viral for her amazing body transformation from 2016 to 2018 that recently resurfaced on the internet.
Trang Thị Thuỳ Nguyễn, who is a popular livestreamer, gained 10 kilograms (22 pounds) to achieve her fitness goals — 39 kilograms (85.98 pounds) to 49 kilograms (108.03 pounds).
A Chinese livestreamer found her face writhing in pain as an octopus tried to defend itself against her attempts to eat it alive.
The streamer, known as “Seaside Girl Little Seven,” posted the video of the struggle on Kuaishou, which has since gone viral on Chinese social media.
While China has seen its significant share of farmer-turned-live-streamers, the rise in popularity of Dong Desheng (董德升) is particularly noteworthy because it challenges the ideas of racial identity in the country.
Desheng, a farmer from Heilongjiang province in Dongbei, China, amassed a significant following as a livestreamer on the video platform Kuaishou (快手, also known as Kwai).
A school dedicated to training future live-streamers, dubbed the “largest internet star training school in central China,” opened its doors on Tuesday and many people are curious about its curriculum.
The school, located in Wuhan, the capital of central China’s Hubei Province, attracted 60 young streamers who want to polish their craft, according to Shanghaiist.
Chinese police recently detained a 19-year-old female vlogger after she told her fans in one of her live streams that she would have sex with them in her hotel room for free.
The incident occurred on March 1 at the Double Tree by Hilton in Haitang Bay, Sanya, in southern China’s Hainan island when the female vlogger, identified as Ye Mouyi, uploaded the clip at 8:00 in the evening with the caption saying: “Who’s coming to get me…to have sex…for free.”