MrBeast Reveals What Will Happen To His Youtube Channel When He Dies

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MrBeast has revealed what he plans to do with his YouTube channel when he passes away.

The famed YouTuber may only be 24 years old, but he's got a lot to think about should he unexpectedly kick the bucket.

Real name Jimmy Donaldson, MrBeast has been posting videos to YouTube since early 2012 - when he was just 13 years old. Since then, he has gone on to become the most followed YouTuber on the platform with 112 million subscribers, surpassing former record holder PewDiePie earlier this month.

Beast has become insanely popular on the video-sharing platform thanks to his stunts that often involve him giving away huge amounts of money and/or expensive luxury prizes.
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For example, there was the time when he put 100 people in a large circle and gave the last person to remain in the circle $500,000. And who could forget the time he gave away an entire island worth $800,000!?

Therefore, it is only fitting that something as lucrative as his YouTube channel be given the same sort of treatment.

Speaking on the FLAGRANT podcast earlier this year, Beast revealed what will happen "the second he dies".

For his final video, the YouTuber revealed that his three friends - Carl, Chandler, and Chris (and maybe Nolan, but that's currently undecided) - will take part in one final challenge in a bid to become the new owner of the MrBeast YouTube channel.

Check out the clip below:

"They'll put their hand on my Tombstone [and the] last to take it off gets the channel," Beast revealed. "Everything. 100 percent, everything."

Due to the extravagant nature of his other endurance challenges, it is unsurprising that this is how Beast would want to bow out to the world.
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"That is happening, mark my words," Beast added. "I don't even know if I've really said it publicly. I tweeted it one time, but I'm serious I don't give a ⁠— how much you guys cry, right [his friends should] put their hands on the tombstone and give the channel to whoever wins okay?"

Addressing his dedicated fans, Beast then said: "And don't bully them for it they're just doing what I want."

I think one person nailed it perfectly when they wrote in the comments section: "Even when he dies he still makes banger content."

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