Popular YouTuber MrBeast, king of big-budget projects and social experiments, may be gearing up to collaborate with Fortnite pro FaZe Tfue, as hinted at by a Tweet he published on December 3.
MrBeast has gone to great lengths to support YouTube king Felix ‘PewDiePie’ Kjellberg, who is currently in a close race with Bollywood label T-Series to secure the most subscribers on the video platform.
While MrBeast has teased the possibility of working with social media stars Logan and Jake Paul in an effort to boost PewDiePie’s subscriber count, he may also be working with Tfue, if his Tweet holds any legitimacy.
Sorry for stealing Tfue from his stream, he will be back in a bit. pic.twitter.com/jvUq3fsAt5— MrBeast (@MrBeastYT) December 3, 2018
“Sorry for stealing Tfue from his stream,” MrBeast wrote over a screenshot of Tfue’s Twitch channel, which revealed that the streamer had left his setup to go on a break. “He will be back in a bit.”
A collaboration with Tfue could likewise mark PewDiePie’s first venture into Fortnite, which he jokingly admitted could send him soaring above his competition in a previous video.
Tell his chat that he will be back in 10 mins https://t.co/tHJGckog6z— MrBeast (@MrBeastYT) December 3, 2018
This wouldn’t be the first time MrBeast has undertaken a crazy scheme to help PewDiePie, either; he rescued the Swede from an early defeat by buying out every billboard in his entire city during a massive advertising campaign, which saw a huge increase in subscribers for PewDiePie’s channel.
MrBeast even went on to say PewDiePie’s name 100,000 times in an 11-hour-long video on November 25, and even teased a possible trip to India to undertake yet another advertisement spree - along with buying an ad for the 2019 Super Bowl.