Andre “Typical Gamer” Rebelo, one of YouTube's biggest sports stars, has signed a special agreement to continue broadcasting on the platform. Rebel announced agreement on Thursday afternoon with new video on its YouTube channel.
In the video, Rebelo also announces th at he will donate $ 10,000 to Extra Life. In partnership with the philanthropic organization, Rebelo also visits a person born with a heart defect. After the tour he talks about his rise to fame on YouTube and what it means for him, before announcing that he will continue to broadcast exclusively on YouTube Gaming.
Rebelo started his own YouTube channel back in 2008 and has risen to prominence with videos featuring similar games Minecraft, Red Redemption, again Grand Theft Auto 5. As the broadcast began to take shape, Rebelo began to expand from just posting videos to full-blown YouTube dreams. Over the last few years, Rebelo's popularity has spread dramatically with similar games Fortnite
Over the past few months, many content producers have been signing up for special deals as the platforms try to shut down the talent. While Rebelo is on YouTube for most of his career and will continue to broadcast there as a result of this agreement, other creators and broadcasters have chosen to switch platforms recently.
It started in August 2019 when Tyler “Ninja” Blevins moved from Twitch to Mixer, but continued with flowers moving to various genres including Rachell “Valkyrae” Hofstetter and Jack “Courage” Dunlop on YouTube Gaming, or Jeremy “Disquised Toast” Wang On Facebook Gaming. At the time, other Twitch broadcasters such as Imane “Pokimane” Anys and Guy “Dr Display” Beahm opted to stay on the platform as the broadcasting industry spread.