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== Personal life ==

== Personal life ==

Born on June 1, 1999,<ref name=”TechnotheTweet”>{{cite tweet |number=1267091579694505984 |user=technothepig |title=my birthday’s tomorrow. looks like this is the end boys |author=Technoblade |date=May 31, 2020 |access-date=July 1, 2022 |archive-url=https://web.archive.org/web/20220720150036/https://twitter.com/Technothepig/status/1267091579694505984 |archive-date=2022-07-20 |url-status=live}}</ref> Technoblade resided in [[San Francisco, California]].<ref name=”PandeyD”>{{cite web |last=Pandey |first=Devasheesh |date=July 1, 2022 |title=Who is Technoblade, Minecraft streamer who died from cancer at 23? |url=https://www.indiatvnews.com/trending/news/who-is-technoblade-minecraft-streamer-death-cancer-age-23-twitter-reactions-youtube-1-2-billion-views-2022-07-01-788873 |url-status=live |archive-url=https://web.archive.org/web/20220701110848/https://www.indiatvnews.com/trending/news/who-is-technoblade-minecraft-streamer-death-cancer-age-23-twitter-reactions-youtube-1-2-billion-views-2022-07-01-788873 |archive-date=July 1, 2022 |access-date=July 1, 2022 |website=[[India TV]]}}</ref> His father is half [[Greece|Greek]].<ref>https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sTgUaaKJXjE</ref> In a 2018 video, he revealed he would begin attending college as an [[English studies|English major]].<ref>{{cite AV media |url=https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IoTt3GSlMeM |title=im going to college AHHHHHHHHHHHHH |date=August 11, 2018 |type=video |access-date=March 20, 2023 |url-status=live|archive-url=https://web.archive.org/web/20230321015746/https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IoTt3GSlMeM |archive-date=March 21, 2023 |via=[[YouTube]] |people=Technoblade}}</ref> However, in a later 2019 video, he announced that he [[Dropping out|dropped out]] of college to play ”Minecraft” full-time.<ref name=”HolpuchJuly19″/><ref>{{cite AV media |url=https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fepaIjWEIpc |title=i dropped out of college to play minecraft lol |date=September 14, 2019 |type=video |access-date=March 20, 2023 |url-status=live|archive-url=https://web.archive.org/web/20230321015745/https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fepaIjWEIpc |archive-date=March 21, 2023 |via=[[YouTube]] |people=Technoblade}}</ref> ”[[The Daily Iowan]]” later reported that Technoblade had attended the [[University of Iowa]] to study [[creative writing]] for a year, from 2018 to 2019.<ref name=”UOfIowa”/><!–ATTN: Please see recent talk page activity regarding this new infobox entry; a rationale has been made to include The Daily Iowan as a reliable source. As of writing this comment, the talk page topic is still open for further comments. –> He was also known to have had [[Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder|ADHD]].<ref> {{cite web| last= Obiero| first= Gladys| last2= Wangare| first2= Jackline| title=Technoblade’s biography: his life story and unfortunate early passing|date= October 23, 2023| url=https://www.tuko.co.ke/420816-technoblade-cancer-real-nationality-net-worth-education.html| website= [[tuko.co.ke]] |url-status=live |archive-url=https://web.archive.org/web/20240228192808/https://www.tuko.co.ke/420816-technoblade-cancer-real-nationality-net-worth-education.html |archive-date=2024-02-28 |access-date=2023-02-27}} </ref>

Born on June 1, 1999,<ref name=”TechnotheTweet”>{{cite tweet |number=1267091579694505984 |user=technothepig |title=my birthday’s tomorrow. looks like this is the end boys |author=Technoblade |date=May 31, 2020 |access-date=July 1, 2022 |archive-url=https://web.archive.org/web/20220720150036/https://twitter.com/Technothepig/status/1267091579694505984 |archive-date=2022-07-20 |url-status=live}}</ref> Technoblade resided in [[San Francisco, California]].<ref name=”PandeyD”>{{cite web |last=Pandey |first=Devasheesh |date=July 1, 2022 |title=Who is Technoblade, Minecraft streamer who died from cancer at 23? |url=https://www.indiatvnews.com/trending/news/who-is-technoblade-minecraft-streamer-death-cancer-age-23-twitter-reactions-youtube-1-2-billion-views-2022-07-01-788873 |url-status=live |archive-url=https://web.archive.org/web/20220701110848/https://www.indiatvnews.com/trending/news/who-is-technoblade-minecraft-streamer-death-cancer-age-23-twitter-reactions-youtube-1-2-billion-views-2022-07-01-788873 |archive-date=July 1, 2022 |access-date=July 1, 2022 |website=[[India TV]]}}</ref> In a 2018 video, he revealed he would begin attending college as an [[English studies|English major]].<ref>{{cite AV media |url=https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IoTt3GSlMeM |title=im going to college AHHHHHHHHHHHHH |date=August 11, 2018 |type=video |access-date=March 20, 2023 |url-status=live|archive-url=https://web.archive.org/web/20230321015746/https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IoTt3GSlMeM |archive-date=March 21, 2023 |via=[[YouTube]] |people=Technoblade}}</ref> However, in a later 2019 video, he announced that he [[Dropping out|dropped out]] of college to play ”Minecraft” full-time.<ref name=”HolpuchJuly19″/><ref>{{cite AV media |url=https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fepaIjWEIpc |title=i dropped out of college to play minecraft lol |date=September 14, 2019 |type=video |access-date=March 20, 2023 |url-status=live|archive-url=https://web.archive.org/web/20230321015745/https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fepaIjWEIpc |archive-date=March 21, 2023 |via=[[YouTube]] |people=Technoblade}}</ref> ”[[The Daily Iowan]]” later reported that Technoblade had attended the [[University of Iowa]] to study [[creative writing]] for a year, from 2018 to 2019.<ref name=”UOfIowa”/><!–ATTN: Please see recent talk page activity regarding this new infobox entry; a rationale has been made to include The Daily Iowan as a reliable source. As of writing this comment, the talk page topic is still open for further comments. –> He was also known to have had [[Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder|ADHD]].<ref> {{cite web| last= Obiero| first= Gladys| last2= Wangare| first2= Jackline| title=Technoblade’s biography: his life story and unfortunate early passing|date= October 23, 2023| url=https://www.tuko.co.ke/420816-technoblade-cancer-real-nationality-net-worth-education.html| website= [[tuko.co.ke]] |url-status=live |archive-url=https://web.archive.org/web/20240228192808/https://www.tuko.co.ke/420816-technoblade-cancer-real-nationality-net-worth-education.html |archive-date=2024-02-28 |access-date=2023-02-27}} </ref>

Throughout his career, Technoblade avoided personal inquiries and interviews to maintain his and his family’s privacy, although he occasionally discussed his personal life in his videos. His family continued to decline interviews after his death. By his own admission, Technoblade and a sibling deceived his viewers in a now-deleted video from 2016 into believing his name was “Dave”.<ref name=”HolpuchJuly19″/> This was generally accepted as his real name until the announcement of his death, in which he revealed his name was Alexander.<ref name=”SaundersC”>{{Cite web |last=Saunders |first=Cindy |date=2022-07-01 |title=Technoblade Tribute |url=https://www.curesarcoma.org/technoblade-tribute/ |url-status=dead |archive-url=https://web.archive.org/web/20220920165039/https://www.curesarcoma.org/nyccelebration/technoblade/ |archive-date=2022-09-20 |access-date=2023-02-11 |website=Sarcoma Foundation of America |language=en-US}}</ref><ref name=”VergeDeath2″>{{cite news |last=Vincent |first=James |date=July 1, 2022 |title=Technoblade, a popular Minecraft YouTuber, dies from cancer age 23 — shares final video |work=[[The Verge]] |url=https://www.theverge.com/2022/7/1/23191022/technoblade-dies-cancer-final-video-message |url-status=live |access-date=July 1, 2022 |archive-url=https://web.archive.org/web/20220701132928/https://www.theverge.com/2022/7/1/23191022/technoblade-dies-cancer-final-video-message |archive-date=July 1, 2022}}</ref><ref name=”Suliman”>{{cite news |last=Suliman |first=Adela |date=July 1, 2022 |title=”Technoblade,” a star Minecraft gamer on Youtube, dies of cancer at 23 |newspaper=[[The Washington Post]] |url=https://www.washingtonpost.com/video-games/2022/07/01/technoblade-cancer-dead-minecraft-youtube/ |access-date=July 1, 2022 |archive-date=July 1, 2022 |archive-url=https://web.archive.org/web/20220701191101/https://www.washingtonpost.com/video-games/2022/07/01/technoblade-cancer-dead-minecraft-youtube/ |url-status=live }}</ref>

Throughout his career, Technoblade avoided personal inquiries and interviews to maintain his and his family’s privacy, although he occasionally discussed his personal life in his videos. His family continued to decline interviews after his death. By his own admission, Technoblade and a sibling deceived his viewers in a now-deleted video from 2016 into believing his name was “Dave”.<ref name=”HolpuchJuly19″/> This was generally accepted as his real name until the announcement of his death, in which he revealed his name was Alexander.<ref name=”SaundersC”>{{Cite web |last=Saunders |first=Cindy |date=2022-07-01 |title=Technoblade Tribute |url=https://www.curesarcoma.org/technoblade-tribute/ |url-status=dead |archive-url=https://web.archive.org/web/20220920165039/https://www.curesarcoma.org/nyccelebration/technoblade/ |archive-date=2022-09-20 |access-date=2023-02-11 |website=Sarcoma Foundation of America |language=en-US}}</ref><ref name=”VergeDeath2″>{{cite news |last=Vincent |first=James |date=July 1, 2022 |title=Technoblade, a popular Minecraft YouTuber, dies from cancer age 23 — shares final video |work=[[The Verge]] |url=https://www.theverge.com/2022/7/1/23191022/technoblade-dies-cancer-final-video-message |url-status=live |access-date=July 1, 2022 |archive-url=https://web.archive.org/web/20220701132928/https://www.theverge.com/2022/7/1/23191022/technoblade-dies-cancer-final-video-message |archive-date=July 1, 2022}}</ref><ref name=”Suliman”>{{cite news |last=Suliman |first=Adela |date=July 1, 2022 |title=”Technoblade,” a star Minecraft gamer on Youtube, dies of cancer at 23 |newspaper=[[The Washington Post]] |url=https://www.washingtonpost.com/video-games/2022/07/01/technoblade-cancer-dead-minecraft-youtube/ |access-date=July 1, 2022 |archive-date=July 1, 2022 |archive-url=https://web.archive.org/web/20220701191101/https://www.washingtonpost.com/video-games/2022/07/01/technoblade-cancer-dead-minecraft-youtube/ |url-status=live }}</ref>

American internet personality (1999–2022)

Alexander (June 1, 1999 – June 2022[a]), known online as Technoblade, was an American YouTuber known for his Minecraft videos, livestreams, and involvement in the Dream SMP. Technoblade registered his main channel on YouTube in 2013. His videos consisted primarily of Minecraft gameplay, particularly on the minigame server Hypixel. After rising to popularity in 2019 for his performances in player versus player (PvP) events, Technoblade was invited to the Dream SMP Minecraft server in 2020, further increasing his following.
In August 2021, Technoblade announced his diagnosis with cancer. Following unsuccessful treatment attempts, Technoblade died from metastatic sarcoma in June 2022,[b] which prompted widespread reactions across both the Minecraft and YouTube communities. At the time of his death, his main YouTube channel had reached nearly 11 million subscribers.[2]

Internet career
Technoblade first registered and began uploading on his main YouTube channel on October 28, 2013.[21] Its content focused mainly on the video game Minecraft,[14][22] particularly gameplay on the minigame server Hypixel.[23] In a video from 2017, Technoblade beat Minecraft on hardcore mode using a racing wheel controller.[24] In another series of videos, beginning with “The Great Potato War”, he tried to produce the highest amount of potatoes in the Hypixel gamemode Skyblock competing against rival im_a_squid_kid.[25]
Technoblade rose in popularity in 2019, following multiple wins in Keemstar’s “Minecraft Monday” tournaments in which he defeated multiple prominent content creators in combat.[11][26] Technoblade also regularly participated in the MC Championships (MCC) tournaments with other YouTubers and won two of them. According to Cale Michael of Dot Esports, he was widely regarded as among the best Minecraft content creators, especially in player versus player (PVP) events.[22]

Technoblade’s YouTube icon
Technoblade became a member of the Dream SMP in 2020, a Minecraft server hosted by the YouTuber Dream, which features numerous popular Minecraft YouTubers. He began frequently creating content and livestreams on the server.[27][28] Technoblade had a friendly rivalry with Dream, and they were both generally regarded as among the best Minecraft players.[23] As part of this rivalry, MrBeast hosted a series of player versus player duels with a $100,000 prize, which Technoblade won.[29]
In September 2021, Technoblade raised over $300,000 for the Sarcoma Foundation of America through a charity livestream, passing the $250,000 goal within two hours.[30]
Around the time of his death in June 2022, Technoblade’s channel had reached 10.8 million subscribers.[3] In August 2022, it posthumously reached fifteen million subscribers.[31]

Personal life
Born on June 1, 1999,[32] Technoblade resided in San Francisco, California.[33] In a 2018 video, he revealed he would begin attending college as an English major.[34] However, in a later 2019 video, he announced that he dropped out of college to play Minecraft full-time.[25][35] The Daily Iowan later reported that Technoblade had attended the University of Iowa to study creative writing for a year, from 2018 to 2019.[16] He was also known to have had ADHD.[36]
Throughout his career, Technoblade avoided personal inquiries and interviews to maintain his and his family’s privacy, although he occasionally discussed his personal life in his videos. His family continued to decline interviews after his death. By his own admission, Technoblade and a sibling deceived his viewers in a now-deleted video from 2016 into believing his name was “Dave”.[25] This was generally accepted as his real name until the announcement of his death, in which he revealed his name was Alexander.[37][7][12]

Cancer diagnosis and death
External videos where i’ve beenAn announcement of Technoblade’s cancer prognosis, released on August 27, 2021. I Almost Became An AmputeeAn update to Technoblade’s cancer situation, released on December 23, 2021. so long nerdsThe announcement of Technoblade’s death, released on June 30, 2022.
In a video released on August 27, 2021, Technoblade disclosed that he had been diagnosed with cancer after noticing pain in his right arm and swelling on his shoulder.[6][26] Chemotherapy and radiation therapy proved unsuccessful.[10] His oncologist stated that his arm would potentially need to be amputated, and Technoblade advised his viewers to wear face masks and become vaccinated against COVID-19, as it was relevant to his immunodeficiency at the time.[38] In response to the diagnosis, Dream donated US$21,409 to cancer research, and Technoblade hosted a charity livestream later in September 2021.[39] In December 2021, he underwent a successful limb salvage operation.[6]
On June 30, 2022, at 9:29 PM EDT, a video titled “so long nerds” was uploaded to Technoblade’s YouTube channel, in which his father announced that Technoblade had died from the cancer.[6][10] Technoblade’s father read a message written by Technoblade eight hours before he died[25] and said that future proceeds from merchandising and videos would go to the Sarcoma Foundation of America[40][41] and his siblings’ college educations.[26] The video ended with a written message from Technoblade’s mother.[13][42] Technoblade had planned to script and present the video himself but his declining health prevented him from doing so.[40] It was also planned that the video would include the song “Exitlude” by the Killers, but didn’t due to potential copyright concerns.[43]
Although Technoblade never specified the type of his cancer, he had previously raised $500,000 for the Sarcoma Foundation of America throughout his YouTube career.[2] Several publications reported that Technoblade had died of metastatic sarcoma,[b] and the Foundation acknowledged in a press release that Technoblade had been diagnosed with sarcoma.[9]
On September 20, 2022, it was revealed by the Sarcoma Foundation of America that Technoblade was diagnosed with an unspecified type of stage 4 sarcoma (“chest scans revealed metastasis to both lungs”) when the painful lump on his shoulder was examined.[44]

Reactions and tributes
Tribute to Technoblade at the TommyInnit & Friends live show on July 1, 2022
The announcement of his death became the top trending video on YouTube later that day,[28] and became a trending topic on Twitter.[45] It remained on the trending tab for several days and surpassed 30 million views in the first 24 hours.[28] By the end of August 2022, it had been viewed over 80 million times and liked over 8 million times, making it the most viewed and liked video on Technoblade’s channel.[46] The video was recognized as the top trending video on YouTube in 2022, with 87 million views.[47][48] Technoblade posthumously reached fifteen million subscribers in August 2022.[31]
YouTubers such as Dream and other members of the Dream SMP[6][5] expressed their condolences, support, and admiration for him online.[6] Simon Collins-Laflamme, the co-founder of Hypixel,[23][5] and business magnate Elon Musk[49] expressed similar feelings. YouTube tweeted its condolences to his family, friends, and fans following the release of the video.[50] The official Minecraft Twitter account also tweeted its condolences,[26][51] and the Sarcoma Foundation of America displayed a bespoke tribute on their website.[8] Polygon described Technoblade as “one of Minecraft’s most celebrated personalities”.[5]
In an interview with The New York Times, Don Pireso, Hypixel’s lead administrator, stated that Technoblade’s family would not be providing any further comments regarding his death beyond what they were comfortable sharing in the video. The Hypixel team also established a digital space on its Minecraft server where fans could use the in-game book and quill item to write one-page messages until August 2022.[4] Over 377,000 messages[25] were printed across 22 volumes, which were delivered to Technoblade’s family by Hypixel Studios CEO Noxy in November 2022, alongside a volume of fan-made artwork, a fan-made oil painting of Technoblade, and a Technoblade-themed cosplay headpiece.[52]
On July 2, 2022, Mojang Studios added a tribute to Technoblade in the launcher image of Minecraft: Java Edition.[53] The modified image added a crown to a pig, in reference to Technoblade’s in-game Minecraft skin and channel branding.[51] The tribute was removed one month later when the image was replaced to promote Minecraft’s Wild Update.[54] After fans had suggested the addition, Mojang added a new splash text—”Technoblade never dies!”—to the Minecraft title screen.[54][55] In an email to The New York Times, Mojang Studios wrote that Technoblade “became synonymous with a source of good”.[25]
On September 28, 2022, the Sarcoma Foundation of America presented the SFA Courage Award to Technoblade’s family to honor Technoblade’s “strength and perseverance in [his] sarcoma diagnosis”.[44]
On October 28, 2022, nine years after the creation of the Technoblade YouTube channel, YouTube uploaded an eight-minute video to its official channel commemorating Technoblade’s ninth anniversary entitled “Technoblade Never Dies”. YouTube revealed that since his death in June, an average of 300 new videos with the same catchphrase in the title were uploaded daily.[56] On the same day, a video was uploaded by MrBeast which is believed to be the last video that Technoblade participated in.[57][58]
On June 23, 2023, Dream released his fourth song, “Until I End Up Dead”, in memory of Technoblade.[59] He released an alternate video for “Until I End Up Dead”, titled “The Duel”, also in memory of him on August 26, 2023.[60]
On July 2023, on the r/place subreddit experiment, an artwork of Technoblade was made.[61]

Notes

^ a b Technoblade’s death was announced on June 30, 2022. While one source[1] reported that he died on that day, several others[2][3][4][5] only reported that his death was announced on that date.

^ a b c While some sources[6][7][8][9][10] reported that Technoblade died of sarcoma, others[2][3][5][11][12][13][14][15] did not specify the type of cancer he died of.

^ a b Subscriber and view counts do not include any secondary or tertiary channels.

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