Mr. Beast Buys Minecraft Creator A Hundred Thousand Dollar House
Jimmy Donaldson, better known online as MrBeast, is an American YouTuber, entrepreneur and philanthropist. He has been credited with pioneering a genre of YouTube videos that center on expensive stunts.
YouTube superstar Jimmy ‘Mr Beast’ Donaldson showed off his incredible generosity once again by giving away a house to a fan who showed off their impressive Minecraft building skills. Now this is the story we need to start 2021.
In his newest video, on his rapidly growing gaming channel MrBeastGaming, the YouTuber challenged fans with building a Minecraft house.
Ultimately, it was SaveMrSquishy who bagged the victory with an almost perfect score of 28/30.
The Minecraft player built a small, but creative, house inside of a glass sphere using a Christmas theme throughout with a decorated tree, snow, and presents.
As these Minecraft building competitions and giveaways have become a staple of Mr Beast’s gaming channel, he’ll undoubtedly do another one sooner rather than later.
Who knows what he’ll give away next time, the possibilities are pretty endless.
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