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Nmplol raises over $130,000 for Ukraine in Twitch charity stream

Streaming star and OTK member Nick ‘Nmplol’ Polom raised over $134,000 in support of Ukraine during a charity livestream on Twitch.

Amidst the ongoing Russian invasion of UkraineGame developers like CD Projekt Red, Blizzard, EA and others have stopped selling their games in support of Ukrainian citizens.

Additionally, charity streams aren’t exactly uncommon on Twitch, with many developers trying to help organizations in their shows in a variety of ways.

To support Ukraine during the invasion, popular streamer Nmplol took on the task of hosting a charity stream – bringing its community together to raise an overwhelming sum.

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Twitch is the world’s largest live streaming platform, and charity streams aren’t exactly uncommon.

NMP’s March 16 charity livestream brought together the popular YouTuber’s large community of over 968,000 followers to help Ukraine and its citizens.

During the stream, Nick and his friends completed various challenges after reaching certain milestones. After just six hours of streaming, the collective Polom community has made an overwhelming contribution $134,690.

“Nearly $134,000 man, great job everyone,” said Nick. “Holy Moly, everyone who donated, so many people man. You guys are great, you did such a great job.

“Just a massive man, I’m overwhelmed. I didn’t even think we would hit $20,000. I really didn’t think we’d hit $20,000.”

Further efforts to help Ukraine were made by Twitch itself when they imposed sanctions on Russian streamers – preventing them from accessing payouts and monetizing streams.

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Emma Bowman

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