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Twitch streamer has dream come true after massive host from LoserFruit

by Connor Bennett

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Twitch streamer Kathleen ‘Loserfruit’ Belsten made the dreams of a smaller streamer come true as she cut her broadcast short in order to boost the other’s viewership.

Loserfruit is a hugely popular Australian twitch streamer who can usually be found playing either Fortnite, League of Legends, or Overwatch on a daily basis. She has amassed over one million followers on the live streaming platform, inspiring plenty of others from the Australia-New Zealand region to try and follow in her footsteps.

One such streamer trying to follow her example is Kayla ‘KayBae’, a Fortnite streamer from New Zealand - who received quite a shock when she came onto Loserfruit’s radar thanks to the help of her viewers.

Instagram: LoserFruit
Instagram: LoserFruit
Loserfruit is one of Oceania's most popular streamers.

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Despite going strong during her August 17 stream, Belsten decided to cut the broadcast short when one viewer alerted her to a clip of KayBae stating that it as a dream of hers to be raided by Losefruit - stating that she’d cry if it happened.

Of course, Loserfruit obliged. “Guys, I’m going to turn off the stream and I’m going to raid this person - let’s see if she cries,” she stated. As KayBae became aware of the raid, she was immediately left speechless

“I’m freaking out, oh my gosh,” the streamer said as she finally got some words together and informed her in-game teammates of the new.

Despite being clearly emotional - rolling her chair back and forwards, struggling to speak, and repeatedly covering her face - she didn’t quite have the teary reaction that she promised. 

“Oh my god, I’m losing it,” KayBae added, before repeatedly thanking LoserFruit for making her dream come true. 

Whether or not KayBae was able to capitalize on the influx of new viewers and turn them into fans of her own, but it remains to be seen.

Either way, she’s got quite the way to go to catch up to her streaming hero’s one million follower count.