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SouL Mortal says he will donate his overnight birthday live stream earnings to COVID-19 relief in India

Naman “SouL Mortal” Mathur will be donating his birthday live stream earnings to Indian COVID-19 relief.

SouL Mortal announced today that he will donate the earnings from his overnight birthday live stream to COVID-19 relief in India as the country combats with an unprecedented second wave of the coronavirus.

The popular professional PUBG Mobile player, who is turning a year older today, is one of the finest streamers and content creators on YouTube. He had previously appeared on the list of finest streamers on YouTube.


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Towards the end of the live stream, “10 People ZOOM CALL AMONG US,” Mortal spoke about his contribution towards helping the country handle the still-raging coronavirus pandemic.

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“I will end the stream now, and I wanted to convey that, today, I have received around INR 80k in chat revenue. Obviously, after YouTube’s 30% deduction from the super chats, I will donate the rest towards the COVID relief fund.“

This is not the first time Mortal has expressed his gratitude. He previously donated his entire prize money from the PUBG Mobile Club Open: Spring Split India to the Indian army.

He recently took part in the MPL Esports Fundraiser, which collected 81, 00, 000 INR (about $111221), and was donated to GiveIndia. 

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The 25-year-old head of team SouL was also part of Slayy Point and Mythpat’s charity stream, which raised over 50,00,000 INR (about $68,654).

MortaL started creating content on YouTube for nearly four and a half years, and his oldest video dates back to Sept. 2016. Before deviating his focus to PUBG Mobile, he played Mini Militia.

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