t was a normal day when 123robot, a regular streamer started streaming. With the usual fails, resets, hangmans, the day seemed to be a normal day.
However, not for long as only 50 minutes into the stream, a user with username gulwant123 awarded 23 bits to 123robot. Things quickly escalated as the mysterious man showered a deluge of bits in the stream, to a total of 2000, sharing gifts, public global emotes to other members in the chat.
Bits are a virtual good you can buy and use to Cheer. A Cheer is a chat message that uses Bits, and includes animated emotes to amplify your voice in chat and celebrate the moment. Cheering is another way to support Partners and Affiliates, similar to subscribing.
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I'm eternally grateful for every bit; I'll say thank you a million times for every one
gulwant123's generosity was treated with shock and gratitude. Right after the bits were shared, people were left amazed.
As more bits were cheered, their amazement only increased further. As the mega cheers awarded random emotes to people in chat, the chat got spammed with a multitude of emotes. This encouraged several people to donate bits themselves, although no one else did so.
Following the stream, gulwant (called gulgill) was awarded VIP on 123robot's official Discord server.
- gulgill donated 3,151 bits to 123robot (as of writing).
- Bits are ways for cheering and supporting streamers.
- He was awarded VIP on 123robot's official Discord server for his generous contributions
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