The message began “Hi everyone, Technoblade is here.” “If you’re watching this, I’m dead.”
In the video, Technoblade, who has kept his identity a secret, revealed that his real name is Alex. He also thanked fans for supporting his content, purchasing merchandise, and channel memberships, and jokingly said his siblings “go to college.”
“If I had a hundred more lives, I think I would choose to go back to Technoblade again every time, because those were the happiest years of my life. I hope you have enjoyed my content and laugh some of you off and wish you all go on to live long, prosperous and happy lives.”
According to his father, Technoblade wrote his last letter about eight hours before his death. Tears back, Technoblad’s father called his son “the most adorable kid” anyone could ask for, adding, “I miss Technoblad.”
The video, which has been viewed more than 19 million times, ended with a statement from the Technoblade family, which read: “Last year there were a lot of tough points for our son battling stage 4 cancer. But he didn’t complain, and he continued to use his famous strategic mind to try to beat him.” on what he knows are near-impossible odds. My son’s courage on this path was a shining lesson for all of us who had the honor to walk with him. Thank you for sharing his journey through it all, doing the work he loves for his beloved fans.”
Social media has been buzzing with tributes to fans, celebrities and fellow players.
Another popular YouTuber, TommyInnit, wrote on Twitter: “Technoblade is a legend of a king. From being a huge fan, to one of his actual friends, I can’t describe how grateful I am to have you in his life. I just know he makes plans in heaven on how to beat Allah “.
In a statement sent to CNN, the US Sarcoma Foundation praised the Technoblade, and offered its “deepest condolences to his family.”
“Technoblade has mobilized its supporters to raise more than $500,000 to date to support sarcoma research,” Brandi Felser, CEO of the charity, said in the statement. “This has allowed SFA to provide research grants in the Technoblade name. Through these efforts, he is leaving a legacy that will impact generations “.
The Technoblade will be honored with the organization’s Courage Award, an annual honor given to individuals who inspire others to “create hope and a better life for the sarcoma community,” later this year, Vilser said.
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