Twitch Streamer Forsen Gets Multiple $100M Donations with a Bizarre Twist
In a shocking and unexpected turn of events, renowned Twitch streamer Forsen recently found himself at the center of a sensational story involving multiple eye-popping $100 million donations during one of his live streams. However, what initially seemed like an incredible display of generosity turned out to be a bewildering incident caused by a payload exploit within the Streamlabs/Streamelements API, raising concerns about the security of streaming platforms.
Forsen Receives a peculiar donation from “furrysen”
Forsen, famous for his gaming content, was amid a Minecraft stream when a jaw-dropping donation from a peculiar user named "furrysen" flashed on the screen. The mind-boggling amount of nearly $100 million made the streamer chuckle as he asked “How did you do that?” as even he didn’t believe it to be true.
It was soon revealed that the mind-boggling donation was, in fact, a result of a payload exploit within the Streamlabs/Streamelements API. This exploit allowed the donation amount to be manipulated, creating the illusion of a staggering contribution. The revelation left Forsen and his community amused at the audacity of the prank.
As if one fake $100 million donation weren't enough, Forsen received two more identical donations, each also claiming to be worth $100 million, from an anonymous user.
xQc Reacts to the Clip
The clip of Forsen receiving the initial fake $100 million donation swiftly went viral, capturing the attention of the Twitch community. Fellow Twitch streamer XQC couldn't help but react to the jaw-dropping moment during one of his own streams. His mix of amusement and disbelief mirrored the sentiments of countless viewers
Jankos Faces Similar Bizarre Donations
Unfortunately, Forsen was not the sole victim of such bewildering donation incidents. Twitch streamer Jankos found himself in a similar predicament when he received two fake donations, one for $18 million and another for $8 million. Both donations were accompanied by the message "Hackerone>twitch,"
While the motive behind these incidents is most likely just for trolling purposes they do underline the necessity for enhanced vigilance and strengthened security protocols on streaming platforms.