- 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.”
The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa government in Pakistan has gone viral on Twitter after a livestream showed officials using “cat filters.”
During the broadcast of the meeting, one viewer pointed out the problem and asked the administrator of the page to remove the filter on Facebook Live.
A Chinese grandfather was shocked to discover that his 11-year-old grandson spent his entire retirement savings on tips for livestreamers.
Identified only by his surname Li, the pensioner from Sichuan found that 40,000 yuan ($5,965) disappeared from his bank account after trying to withdraw his money at a bank in Dujiangyan on January 28.
A 5-year-old boy from Changchun is helping to pay his own medical bill to treat his life-threatening kidney disease through live streaming.
The boy, known by the nickname Xiaoshi (or “Little Rock”), was first diagnosed with nephrotic syndrome, a collection of symptoms sourcing from kidney damage including blood clots, infections, and high blood pressure, when he was only 14 months old.