100 Thieves co-owner Rachell “Valkyrae” Hostetter is officially on Forbes for 2022. Under 30 years of age List
This achievement is quite monumental for streaming and the online community in general, as well as for women in streaming. Valkyra ranked #29 on the “Games” list among other best content creators.
Valkyra was ranked 29th in Forbes 30 Under 30, behind Scamp, Faze Swag and others.
Official Forbes on November 30, 2021 Under 30 years of age Games category list has been released. At number 29, Rachell “Valkyrae” Hofstetter, a popular streamer and co-owner of sports and gambling organization 100 Thieves.
As soon as the list was released, the Twitter account 100 Thieves posted a post about the feat and tagged Valkyrae, who was completely surprised by the nomination.
Valkyrie then pulled herself together and tweeted a message of thanks to her teammates, exclaiming that it was one of her career goals.
Valkyra started streaming again in 2015, along with posting content on YouTube. She joined the group 100 Thieves in 2018 as a content creator, becoming the first player to join the organization. Years later, on April 7, 2021, she announced that she had officially become a co-owner of the company.
The content creator originally started streaming on Twitch, but signed an exclusive deal with YouTube in 2020 and has been on the platform ever since. She became the most viewed female streamer that year, passing Imani “Ennis” Pokemone, who was considered the number one streamer at the time.
Apart from a career in streaming, Valkyra has tried her hand at various endeavors. She has starred in music videos for numerous artists (including Corpse Husband and Bella Porch), launched a skincare brand (now defunct) and as part of Jimmy Fallon’s Participated in fundraisers. The Tonight Show.
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Mentioned on others 30 Under 30 – The Games The list includes Seth “Scump” Abner, Chris “Fuzzy Swag” Lamberson and Sasha “Scarlett” Houston.