Valkyrae surprised with a birthday party on Rust server
Streamer and YouTuber Rachel “Valkyrae” Hofstetter celebrated her 29th birthday in an usual way as her her friends surprised her with cakes and decorations on a Rust server.
The 29-year old streamer had a birthday party appropriate for a professional streamer as she was surprised by a virtual celebration on a Rust server. Fellow streamers Sykkuno, Corpse Husband, Brofain, Jacksepticeye and more arranged the surprise when Valkyrae was away. When everything was prepared, her friends lured her into a dainty shack that was decorated for Valkyrae's birthday.
Set in a small room, the interior setup was nothing short of extraordinary. The streamer entered the room and was met with all of her streaming friends wishing her happy birthday. The room was booming with wishes and music. Valkyrae's 29th birthday celebration had everything that a real-life birthday party would. Decorations, fireworks, a huge Among Us poster hung up on the wall, and eight cakes all contributed. The streamer was quite surprised to find out that you could make cakes in Rust.
Rust wasn't the only place where her birthday was celebrated. Her friends and fans flooded the streamer's Twitter with wishes. Corpse Husband, neekolul, and Among us' official Twitter handle were among those who wished Valkyrae a happy birthday on social media.
happy birthday!!! ❤️— Among Us (@AmongUsGame) January 8, 2021
Valkyrae is one of the top streamers on YouTube Gaming
Valkyrae has a broad viewer base across different games, but most of her audience comes from Among us. The streamer has recently taken a liking to Rust, and has created a lot of content around the popular game.
100 Thieves' streamer started posting videos on YouTube when she was 23 years old. Over the years, the fans saw her transition into one of the biggest gaming streamers on YouTube Gaming. Valkyrae's YouTube switch was the turning point of her career as she soon became the most-watched streamer there. Thanks to her growing following, Valkyrae joined major esports organization 100 Thieves as a content creator.
Top Peak Female Streamers of November:— Stream Hatchet (@StreamHatchet) December 9, 2020
1⃣ @Valkyrae: 123K
2⃣ @itshafu: 71K
3⃣ @lanuskylive: 70K
4⃣ zbing z.: 67K
5⃣ @pokimanelol: 66K
Congrats to Valkyrae who also generated 4.75M hours watched last month!
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The gaming streamer currently boasts 2.82 million subscribers on YouTube and 1.1 million followers on Twitch. Her viewer base is growing ever so fast. Her consistent streams and quality content only warrant more success in the coming years.
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