Twitch star Leslie ‘Fuslie’ Fu is out $5,000 after betting 100 Thieves’ NoahJ456 that he couldn’t pull off a 1v5 Ace during a Valorant stream.
During an October 19 broadcast, Fuslie was partaking in a massive charity stream to raise money for breast cancer research.
After raising a whopping $30,000 while playing Valorant with NoahJ456, the streamer noticed how her teammate found himself in a difficult 1v5 situation.
“500 gifted subs if you clutch this,” she encouraged. “Plus $5,000 dollars!”
$5000 5v1 CLUTCH NO PROBLEM. pic.twitter.com/qJUCNtvwnm
— NoahJ456 (@NoahJ456) October 20, 2021
Fuslie makes $5,000 Valorant bet
While Noah wasn’t streaming on Twitch and therefore couldn’t benefit from the gifted subs, he still took Fuslie up on the $5,000 bet – something she was sure he couldn’t pull off.
Shortly thereafter, however, he fragged one opponent keeping the dream alive. A few seconds later, he secured another kill, getting Fuslie to sweat just a little.
“So tell us about your day!” she asked, trying to seemingly distract her teammate, who racked up another elimination. “What did you do? What did you eat for lunch?!”
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As the seconds ticked down, Noah was able to land two more kills to turn the round around and successfully earn himself a cool $5K.
The clip soon went viral online, even impressing 100T co-owner Jack ‘CouRage’ Dunlop who couldn’t help but laugh at the turn of events.
so we just raised $55,730.00 in less than 5 hours for the National Breast Cancer Foundation 💕 absolutely mind-blown, THANK YOU SO MUCH EVERYONE 😭 pic.twitter.com/UToJgdm9TO
— leslie (@fuslie) October 20, 2021
When Noah asked what he should buy with all his newly-earned money, Fu suggested that she donate the $5,000 to breast cancer awareness in his name – something he was more than glad to take her up on.
In less than five hours, Fuslie was able to raise over $55,000 for the National Breast Cancer Foundation. Overall, it ended up being one heck of a stream with the content creators coming together for such a good cause.