Mizkif completes a 10-hour wall-staring Twitch stream for charity

Published: 2023-01-28T21:50:53

Updated: 2023-01-28T21:51:02

Popular Twitch streamer and content creator Matthew ‘Mizkif’ Rinaudo completed a 10-hour charity livestream where he simply stared at a wall.

Twitch streamer Mizkif has had an interesting return to streaming following his official return to OTK after the company’s sexual assault investigation concluded in late 2022.

Since then, Mizkif has returned to regular streaming through reaction content, Super Mario 64 speedruns and even IRL training sessions – which almost ended in disaster.

Now the streamer has completed another interesting Twitch stream, to say the least, where he stared at a wall for 10 hours in front of thousands of viewers to help raise money for charity.

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Mizkif stares at a wall for 10 hours on stream

Mizkif completed the stream on January 27, 2023, when he went live on Twitch and turned his back on the streaming setup to face the wall with a countdown timer ticking away for 10 hours, all to raise money for the charity RAD at YouAreRad .org.

Rise Above The Disorder, or RAD, is a non-profit organization that covers the cost of mental health care for people around the world. Originally founded as a World of Warcraft guild, the nonprofit has become an avenue to provide mental health care to individuals, focusing on those in the gaming space.

While setting up his stream, the content creator prefaced the goal of the stream by saying, “It’s a very mentally destructive stream. It is very difficult. The reason I like doing this flow is because it puts my mental…”

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Of course, Mizkif acknowledged how ridiculous the concept was, noting, “…This is going to be ridiculous, I’m telling you, you don’t want to be here unless you’re an absolute moron. Which I probably would preface almost every stream I’m on. It’s really stupid.”

Thus, the Twitch streamer embarked on his journey to complete his difficult task while raising money for a good cause. To do so, Mizkif kept the media portion going throughout the stream, where viewers could donate money to play text-to-speech messages or videos to entertain or make the ordeal that much worse.

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In addition, Mizkif was periodically joined by other streamers such as Esfand, Emiru and others to help clear the hours. In the end, the streamer raised over $11,000 for RAD during the stream, much to the delight of the viewer.

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