Watch: MrBeast Sends a Fan to the Arctic Circle to Bring Him…

Published 01/09/2023, 9:30 AM EST

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The uniqueness in MrBeast videos knows no bounds. With every video, Jimmy “MrBeast” Donaldson one-ups himself on the craziness scale. Not only in his main channel videos, Jimmy is also able to create larger-than-life content even in the ‘short form’ video format. In these seconds-long videos, Jimmy brews scenarios others can only dream of.

Jimmy pulls no punches in terms of making content. No matter if it is a main channel video or not. On YouTube, Jimmy has multiple channels under his brand, “MrBeast” and he spends equal amounts of effort on each one of them. With short videos on his secondary channel, simply named, “MrBeast 2”, Jimmy cooks some bite-size craziness.

MrBeast sends a fan across the world to meet Santa 


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Following the footsteps of Instagram and Facebook, YouTube also has a dedicated genre for short content. A platform called Vine popularized this trend of short video content. After the vine was discontinued, many tried to replicate the formula. Tiktok was the one who succeeded in bringing a platform, perfect for millennials to share short videos. 

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This also included YouTube. Where most content creators see short content or simply known as “YouTube shorts” as a secondary means of promoting the main channel, MrBeast doesn’t pull any punches in creating “shorts”. This recent short by him is a great example of that. In this video, Jimmy sent a random fan to the Artic circle to bring him a gift from Santa! Watch:


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As you can see how the fan was traveling alone for the first time but didn’t think twice to become the savior and bring Jimmy’s gift from Santa. Doing it all for $500, she completed the Christmas for MrBeast and brought the goodies that Santa packed from him.

This is not the first time Jimmy has sent someone to the other side of the world for 50 second clip. In one of his most successful shorts called, “Would You Fly To Paris For A Baguette?” Jimmy had sent a random pedestrian on an epic journey to fetch him a fresh Baguette (obviously it wasn’t fresh when it reached jimmy) from one of the famous bakeries in Paris. This short is about to be the most viewed video by Jimmy. 


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What do you think about this short by MrBeast? Let us know in the comments below!



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Written by:

Rituraj Halder


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Rituraj Halder is an eSports writer at Essentially sports. Residing from Kolkata, India, he holds a graduate degree in world literature. With 500+ hours in League of Legends, Rituraj claims to be a MOBA veteran.
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