Moist Esports CEO Asks 11 Million YouTube Subscribers for Help – Charlie, popularly known as “moistcrit1kal,” is a co-owner of MANA Talent Group and the founder of the gaming organization Moist Esports. In addition to all of this, he is a YouTube streamer and content creator with over 11 million subscribers. Earlier this week, he issued a call for help.
Charlie sought his audience for help with Moist Esports in a video titled “I Need You” and released less than a week ago. Even organizations that are functioning well in the esports and content development industries may struggle to meet their financial obligations. While some cut corners or underpay their content creators, Moist Esports has a reputation for delivering some of the most generous contracts in the business.
That comes at a price, however, as Charlie stated in his video. According to him, he operates Moist Esports “at a massive net loss” and loses approximately “six figures” per month managing it. It does not worry him, since his monthly income from Twitch and YouTube is sufficient to cover the expenses, and he adds that he is “passionate about Moist Esports” and pays his players well.
Charlie, on the other hand, has a talent for spotting chances where others cannot. The freshly released video game “Omega Strikers” is now hosting a Creator event that guarantees the top 10 Creators will receive a portion of Season 1’s revenue. Charlie founded Team Moist in-game and invited his viewers to join in order to offset Moist Esports’ financial losses.
Each win as a member of Team Moist awards a one point on the Creator leaderboard. If three members of Team Moist win, Team Moist gets three points. Team Moist was in sixth position with approximately 85,000 points when Charlie’s video went public, while the leading team had amassed over 436,000 points.
With only one day remaining in the competition, it’s safe to declare that Team Moist has won the challenge, assuring Moist Esports’ financial stability for the foreseeable future.
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