Twitch streamer brought to tears as fans fund brand new PC - Dexerto

Twitch streamer brought to tears as fans fund brand new PC

Published: 4/Dec/2019 22:08

by Virginia Glaze


Twitch streamer “TheVikingBeard” was left an emotional wreck after his dedicated fanbase gave him the jaw-dropping birthday gift of a completely funded personal computer.

Many top Twitch streamers boast incredibly dedicated fanbases, some of whom send mail to their public PO boxes as a way of showing their appreciation.

While personalities like Pokimane have received less-than-savory prank gifts from their fans, one streamer blew every other broadcaster’s fanbase out of the water on his birthday in December 2019.

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Virginia-based variety streamer “TheVikingBeard” was in the middle of a World of Warcraft broadcast on December 3 when he received a package in the mail, which he decided to open on camera for his audience.


In the package was a cylindrical, rot-cipher-based puzzle, which TheVikingBeard was tasked with decoding in order to get at the contents inside.

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The six-letter code word necessary for opening the cipher was “Viking,” which he input to reveal a note tucked away within the cylinder.

TheVikingBeard opened the note to read it aloud but immediately broke into tears, later revealing the message to his audience in an emotionally-charged moment that left nary a dry eye in the room.

“The note says, ‘Happy birthday,’” he began. “‘Your community has funded a new computer to be built. Pieces have been bought by community members. It needs to be assembled, tested, and delivered. Soon, it will be yours. Much love, your community.”


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“Thank you,” the streamer replied, wiping tears from his eyes. “Thank you very much. I don’t know who all contributed to that, but thank you very, very much. All of you do, in your own way. I assure you.”

He went on to reveal that he currently streams on an “older” computer, claiming that the PC has begun to have issues and calling his incoming birthday gift a “bigger blessing than you could ever know.”

Despite the ever-pervasive toxicity in many online communities, TheVikingBeard’s fanbase stands as a testament that good does still exist in the world, and provided a heartwarming moment to kick off the holiday season.