“I Did My Best or It Is What It Is LOL” – ‘Queen of YouTube’ Valkyrae Pens Down Her Goals for Co-Hosting The Streamer Awards 2023

Published 03/10/2023, 8:10 AM EST

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Valkyrae has stunned fans with her objectives for the Streamy Awards 2023, and fans are loving the excitement.

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A few weeks back, QTCindrella, the creator of Streamy Awards, dazzled fans with a big-time announcement. She confirmed 100Thieves co-owner Valkyrae to share the stage with her, promising the 2023 edition for fans. This news broke the internet as Valk’s name held major importance in the industry. In other words, she remains one of the most followed/watched streamers on the internet. So, watching her share the stage with QTCindrella was nothing but a dream come true. 

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Fast forward to the next week, Cindrella enthralled fans with a fresh post on Twitter. There, she revealed her thoughts and achievement set for 2023. And in seconds, fans hopped on to share their feelings in the comments section. Despite the post walking past the half-million viewership mark, a single comment took the spotlight in seconds. It was none other than Cindrella’s co-host, who shared her aims for the 2023 Streamys. 

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On March 10, Rae replied to Cindrella’s post, talking about her goals for the prestigious award show. While the former was busy sharing her objectives for the year, Valkyrae had her eyes fixed on the prize. After all, co-hosting held immense responsibility, so Rae was ready to do everything in her power. 

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Here’s what the Queen of Youtube said in her post, “My goals for cohosting.”

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-pronounce everybody’s usernames correctly 

-don’t blackout 

-don’t throw up 

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-don’t fall -stutter less than 20 times

In addition to that, she also said, “If I fail, I’m sorry, or I did my best, or it is what it is LOL.” The comment from Valkyrae made it far clear that she would be on her best behavior during ‘showtime.’ This was the second time she would feature as a host for an award show, with the anime awards being the inaugural ones. 

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Last but not the least, the 2023 edition of the Streamy awards will feature 26 categories. Just as in its debut year, QTCindrella’s goal would be to honor streamers from multiple genres, pulling them into the spotlight for their good work. The 2022 edition saw over 300,000 people in terms of viewership on Twitch making us wonder if the event would break Ibai’s creator boxing competition. 

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Atharv Phadke

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Atharv is an eSports writer at EssentiallySports. Currently pursuing a Master’s degree in Journalism from Mumbai University, Atharv has a keen eye for writing engaging content. He enjoys all kinds of games but thoroughly follows FPS games such as Call of Duty, Apex Legends and Fortnite.
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