Streaming star TimTheTatman left 17-year-old Twitch streamer ‘feegoetv’ absolutely speechless after he directed his viewers to use their free Prime sub on him.
Tim ‘TimTheTatman’ Betar is one of the biggest creators in the streaming world, boasting an impressive following of over 7M on Twitch, and now close to 5M on YouTube after exclusively signing with the platform in late 2021.
Even though he’s been pretty happy with his move, and taken aim at Twitch over some of their recent changes, the streamer hasn’t forgotten his roots.
Now, the popular creator has surprised an up-and-coming Twitch streamer, leaving them speechless after Tim called for his community to use their free Prime subscription, and thousands of his viewers followed along.
During a stream on June 21, TimTheTatman got word and reacted to 17-year-old aspiring Twitch streamer Feegoe’s impressive 70-kill Warzone solo quads world record on Rebirth Island.
Impressed by what he saw, the streamer was intrigued enough to head to Feegoe’s Twitch channel, where the 17-year-old up-and-comer was actually broadcasting at the time. The young Warzone star began freaking out, as, without any hesitation, TheTatman army began showing an immense amount of love.
Feegoe’s viewers skyrocketed beyond his belief, going from less than 100 viewers to peaking at over 10k in the span of a few minutes. Tim even began trying to gift subs to the young streamer. However, his card was ultimately declined, leading to him calling for his community’s help.
“A lot of you might be from Twitch, and a lot of you might have extra Prime subs. Let’s see. Hey, if you’ve got a Prime sub, use it on this kid bro,” said the streaming star. “Anyone got a Prime sub they’re sitting on? Because I’m on here now right, who’s got a prime sub? You’re all just sitting on Prime’s use it over there. F**k it.”
What followed was nothing short of spectacular, as Feegoe went from less than 200 to over 1400 paid subscribers – bringing him to tears and earning him a very nice paycheck.
A great start to a hopefully long and successful career for the young Warzone prodigy.