After a protracted battle with most cancers, Minecraft YouTuber Technoblade handed away for the time being. He was 23. His family confirmed his dying in an emotional farewell video posted on his behalf. The video was titled ‘So Prolonged Nerds’. In his ultimate video, he revealed his establish to be Alex and his father study out the farewell message written by him for his followers.
“Thanks all for supporting my content material materials via the years,” he continued. “If I had one different hundred lives, I imagine I would choose to be Technoblade as soon as extra every single time as these had been the happiest years of my life,” the message study.
With over 10 million Youtube followers, Technoblade shot to fame by livestreaming and posting films of himself collaborating within the sandbox on-line sport.
In August 2021, Technoblade had revealed that he had been acknowledged with most cancers. In a fundraising video posted in February, he had outlined that he underwent chemotherapy, radiation treatment and a limb salvage operation after rising a painful tumor in his correct arm.
Technoblade saved his personal life beneath wraps and little is known about him except for his on-line avatar which was a picture of a topped pig. Youtubers like J Schlattt, Captain Puffy aka Cara, Tommy Innit, Ludwig Ahgren, Quackity and Jake Lucky paid an tribute to him. Technoblade’s father thanked his followers inside the farewell video and conveyed that a part of proceeds from on-line orders for his late son’s merchandise would now go to charity.
The video concluded with a written assertion from his family: “From Technoblade’s earliest on-line days, he was on a regular basis strategizing strategies to please and reward his viewers – giving away on-line prizes, encouraging good sportsmanship, and most of all sharing his Minecraft adventures for leisure and laughs. Even after his eventual successes he somehow managed to keep up his good-natured humility, competing with an endearing stability between confidence and self-deprecating wit.”