Technoblade, a YouTube star who was a specialist in Minecraft let’s play videos, died one year after he announced a diagnosis of cancer. According to his family, the statement said that Technoblade had been a YouTube sensation. He was 23 years old.
Technoblade’s YouTube channel shared an emotional YouTube video in which the father of the YouTuber announced his son’s death. His father stated, “He was one of the most extraordinary kids anyone could have ever asked for.” “I miss Technoblade.”
Thursday’s uploaded video, “so long geeks,” contained a posthumous audio message. “Hello everyone, Technoblade here. This is Technoblade. Technoblade declared that he was dead and revealed his true name as Alex.
Technoblade Dies From Cancer at 23
“Thank you to all who have supported my content throughout the years. I believe Technoblade would be my choice if I could have another hundred lives. Those were the most joyful years of my life.
Technoblade’s website has a message that says, “In memory of his death, a portion of all online orders will go to a wonderful organization called curesarcoma.org,” linking back to the Sarcoma Foundation of America.
Technoblade has 10.8 million subscribers to his YouTube channel. His online avatar was a crown king pig. “I love video games too. His YouTube bio states that he might not be the best but has hot elbows.
The video was shared on Thursday with the following statement: “We, Technoblade’s family, wanted you to know how much he loved and respected his colleagues and fans.”
Technoblade was always looking for ways to reward and delight his followers from the very beginning. He managed to retain his good-natured humility despite his successes. We ask that you respect his wishes to keep his identity secret and avoid personal fame.
He continued, “This year has been difficult for our son as we have fought stage four cancer.” He didn’t complain and continued to use his strategic mind to overcome what seemed impossible odds.
My son’s courage on this path was a shining example to all of us who had the privilege to walk it. We are grateful that you shared his journey with us and that he did the work he loved to help his beloved fans.
Technoblade’s father said that Technoblade sent his final message to his fans eight hours before his death. His father stated that although he didn’t say everything, he did get the main points.
Technoblade revealed his diagnosis of cancer in August 2021. He explained that he had felt pain in his right arm since July. At first, he thought it was from repetitive stress injuries from gaming.
After a few days, he noticed his shoulder swelling and believed he had fractured a bone. He went to the hospital and was later diagnosed with cancer.
Tributes to the late Popular Minecraft YouTuber Creator poured in on social media after the news of his death:
Through the hardest challenges, Technoblade was able to share his light and energy with so many around the world. We're deeply saddened by the news of his passing and our thoughts go out to his family, friends, and the @Technothepig community ❤️ https://t.co/RJaN8I6pDs
— YouTube Gaming (@YouTubeGaming) July 1, 2022
rip technoblade. you inspired millions around the world, and your legacy will live on forever. ❤️
oh, and fuck cancer.
— pokimane (@pokimanelol) July 1, 2022
Technoblade has passed away after his battle with cancer, his father delivered a final message on his behalf today.
May he rest in peace. pic.twitter.com/z2dL5xzjvB
— Jake Lucky (@JakeSucky) July 1, 2022
Technoblade is a fucking legend. From being a massive fan, to one of his actual friends, I can’t describe how thankful I am to have been in his life.
I just know he’s strategizing in heaven on how to beat God. This isn’t a joke. look at the screenshot.
rest in peace pic.twitter.com/ntb2C5bdLM
— TommyInnit (@tommyinnit) July 1, 2022
Rest In Piece Technoblade. You're one of the coolest creators I've ever looked up to and you've helped so many of your audience, and helped me so much as well. My only regret is that I wish I can thank you properly.
LIVE ON!! pic.twitter.com/MYjUA51e7N
— SAD-ist (@SAD_istfied) July 1, 2022
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