Twitch Streamer Mizkif Loses $10,000 Playing “Try Not to Laugh Challenge” with Alinity

Nawshad Noor
By Nawshad Noor
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Credit: Mizkif Twitch

Popular Twitch streamer Mizkif was recently playing the “Try not to Laugh Challenge” with Alinity but ended up losing $10,000.

Matthew Rinaudo, more commonly known online as Mizkif, is an American Twitch Streamer and online personality. He is also the founder of the gaming organization OTK. Mizkif’s Twitch channel has more than 1.8 million followers, making him the ranked #20 English channel.

Recently Mizkif was streaming under the popular Just Chatting category. During this stream, he was doing a Try Not To Laugh Challenge with another popular Twitch streamer Alinity. As part of this Challenge, viewers would send them funny clips, and Mizkif and Alinity had to refrain from laughing.

To make all of this even more interesting, Mizkif used a spinning wheel. Mizkif would spin this wheel and donate money to his viewers every time they failed the Try Not to Laugh Challenge. The wheel had different numbers written to indicate the amount of cash Mizkif had to donate to his viewers.

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Mizkif’s Viewer Wins $10,000:

At one point during the Livestream, Alinity laughed at a video clip, and Mizkif had to spin the wheel. Mizkif spun the wheel and thought it landed on the $70 mark. We also hear him saying, “Oh, Oh, 70 Bucks. That’s fine.”

But there was a thin purple line between the $70 and $300 mark. This thin line represented $10,000. Towards the end of the clip, we see Mizkif’s shocked face when he finally learns about the needle landing on the $10,000 mark.

Many of Mizkif’s Twitch viewers were spamming in the chat, saying it landed on the $10k mark. It took Mizkif a few moments to realize what had happened, making his jaw drop.

The clip below shows Mizkif explaining to Alinity about the thin line he made for the $10k. He said,

“I made a line. That if you land on that somehow, I’ll give you $10,000.”

He then asked his Twitch chat,

“Did he actually land on that? No way, you’re trolling me? No way, there’s no way.”

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Nawshad Noor is a former Editor at GameRiv.