He read his son's final message on the YouTube channel where the 20-something had entertained over 11 million viewers with Minecraft games and hilarious commentary. The title "So long nerds." Technoblade Technoblade, a YouTube celebrity who gained millions of followers through his humorous commentary on videos of him playing Minecraft has passed away his father announced through a video posted on his son's YouTube account. Technoblade's Minecraft gameplay was watched by more than 11 million users. He was a commentator on camera. While he tended to focus on what was happening in the game, in a few videos he described everyday life events such as going to the D.M.V. Or as devastating as the diagnosis of cancer. Technoblade's YouTube channel released the video "so long geeks" on Thursday. The video was watched more than 26 million times by Friday afternoon. The video is a departure from the usual style of the channel, which features colorful, pixelated bricks. Instead the man who identified himself as Technoblade's father has been shown, sitting in a chair against an uninspiring white backdrop with a small white dog on his lap. His father, who does not reveal his name, reads the message from his child that begins: "Hello everyone. Technoblade here. You can see me dead when you're watching this. The message continues to reveal Technoblade's initial name, Alex, which he did not use on the internet. The video also contains a handful of photos of Alex with his loved ones. He rarely showed himself in YouTube videos and preferred to display himself in a crowned sword-wielding porcine avatar. "If I had another hundred lives I'm sure I'd choose to be Technoblade again every single time," Alex's letter says. "Those were the most enjoyable years of my life." His father, who is crying throughout the video, says that he and his son had been discussing for months the idea to record a final film. Instead, Alex decided to write the letter and died about eight hours after completing the letter, according to his father. "I do not think he did everything he wanted to say, but I think that he understood the major points," he says. The video concludes with a declaration written by Alex's mother (who isn't identified) wrote. She wrote that her son was averse to fame and was self-deprecating, even as his channel grew in popularity. "From Technoblade's earliest online days, he was constantly thinking of ways to please and reward his audience by giving away prizes online, encouraging good sportsmanship and, perhaps most importantly sharing his Minecraft adventures for entertainment and laughs," she wrote. Alex's family was not able to be reached on Friday. Hypixel is a gaming company that collaborated with Technoblade, has confirmed that the family requested that requests for comment not be passed on to them. "The video they posted contains all information they are confident about sharing at this point," Don Pireso, the company's chief administrator stated on Twitter in a direct message. Alex posted his August video on his YouTube channel. It was in this video that the first time he acknowledged his diagnosis of cancer. Like other videos video, the one he posted played the game while he spoke off camera. He maintained his self-deprecating and humorous style, avoiding becoming too serious. He also admitted his age at the time, 22. He described how his first chemotherapy treatment left exhausted that he couldn't even make it to a virtual appointment with an oncologist. He then joked "Sitting in the chair do I look like Superman?" International Directory He admitted to being diagnosed after experiencing serious pain in his arm. He initially dismissed it as a repetitive stress injury from playing video games, but even after several days of rest, he stated that his shoulder "was swelling like crazy." He also urged people to get the Covid-19 vaccine. He said that his treatment for cancer have weakened his immune system, which made him more vulnerable to serious illnesses caused by the coronavirus. "I'm going to try and speak on behalf of all cancer patients when I say it is extremely frustrating when hospitals are overloaded with people dying of preventable diseases," he said in the video. "I'm just saying, we're entitled to the beds in hospitals." On social media, Technoblade's family and followers have praised him for his wit and for being a role model to Minecraft players. Minecraft is unique to other games in that its owner, Microsoft, does not control the servers where players interact online. Instead, players can create their own servers or join one that was created by another person, creating an enormous universe of worlds within the Minecraft universe. Hypixel, which runs a network of Minecraft servers, announced that it had created a memorial book for people to write messages which would be printed and sent to the family of Technoblade. Hypixel's tribute included a drawing of Technoblade's pig avatar as statue. "In many ways the success of a lot of us is dependent on the success of Technoblade," the company stated.
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