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Valkyrae explains how she became friends with Sykkuno before he was famous

Published: 2/May/2022 16:25

by Dylan Horetski

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Popular streamer Rachell ‘Valkyrae’ Hofstetter has revealed how she met Sykkuno before he was famous during her stream on ‘National Sykkuno Day.’

Over the last few years, Sykkuno has amassed a dedicated following to the tune of over four million followers on Twitch alone. His community created ‘National Sykkuno Day’ to celebrate the streamer every year on May 1.

As a member of the ‘Amigops,’ Sykkuno can be found playing games and hanging out with other big-name content creators like 100T’s Valkyrae, Disguised Toast, and Corpse Husband.

But how did they originally meet? While it’s still unclear how Sykkuno met Disguised Toast and Corpse — Valkyrae revealed in a recent stream how they became friends years before he became famous.

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Valkyrae reveals how she met Sykkuno

During her May 1 stream, Valkyrae explained that during Sykkuno’s stream they had a nostalgic moment when the friend group joined a Minecraft server together.

“I was sobbing the whole time. That’s how Sykkuno and I met. We met on the OfflineTV Minecraft server three years ago,” she explained. “He was a wee lad. He was uWukuno. He was so timid, shy, and had no webcam. He only had about 200 viewers.”

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She went on to describe their initial meeting inside of the OTV server.  She said: “He had shot me instead of a skeleton and I just couldn’t get over his voice. I thought his voice was incredible and our friendship just blossomed from there.”

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Fans of Sykkuno flooded Twitter on May 1 with positive messages and support for their favorite creator.

According to the stat tracking website Twitchtracker, the creator’s seven-hour stream included a significant boost in viewers with over 30,000 tuning into the broadcast.