Who claimed MrBeast only has YouTube subscribers? The influence of American content producers is spreading to additional video streaming services. A popular Twitch streamer recently shared a humorous incident that happened at TwitchCon 2022.

Twitch is holding a discussion session with fans in Amsterdam. In addition, many well-known Twitch streamers, including Pokimane, tommyinnit, Mongraal, and Tubbo, were present.

Twitch streamer Drew Timbs was also present at TwitchCon. Drew is an Australian streamer who also plays for Team Liquid in e-sports. The 27-year-old is well-known for using the online alias Midbeast, and he ended up in that amusing incident thanks to his gaming name.

Midbeast was approached by a young child at TwitchCon 2022. However, the youngster later admitted he had not come to see Midbeast. The young person went there instead to meet MrBeast, a famous YouTuber. It’s pretty obvious that the young child thought Mr. Beast was Midbeast.

Drew later posted about the incident on Twitter. Mr. Beast thought the incident was amusing.

Donaldson received plenty of money to line his pockets in addition to his YouTube fame. The 100 million subscriber mark for Mr. Beast is within two million subscribers.

Therefore, Mr. Beast roughly receives 377.021 million viewers. YouTube also pays $3 to $10 for every 1000 views. He can therefore earn $1 to $5 million per view with ease. The YouTuber also has numerous brand deals to increase his monthly earnings, but we can’t deny that MrBeast’s income is largely based on the number of people who watch his video each day. A YouTube user named JackSuckAtStuff recently discussed what would transpire if the red video streaming platform went offline for a full 24 hours.

According to JackSuckAtStuff, the American content creator would lose $25,000 if YouTube went down for a day. It might seem insignificant in comparison to the sum MrBeast spent on his videos. However, MrBeast would lose these significant sums if YouTube were to fail.