100 Thieves content creator Kyedae Shymko is looking to organize a PC giveaway for the Filipino community. As a way to give back, she is hoping to contribute 10 PCs to a computer shop in the Philippines.
The popular streamer shared about her new goal during a recent stream while her boyfriend, Tyson “TenZ” Ngo, helped her build her new PC.
Kyedae wants to host a PC giveaway for the Filipino community
The 100 Thieves streamer enlisted her PC expert boyfriend, TenZ, to guide her through her first PC build stream. It was an eventful experience as Kyedae pretended to drop her ASUS ROG Strix GeForce RTX 3090 graphics card, much to TenZ’s dismay.
It isn’t surprising that her prank almost gave TenZ a heart attack. The graphics card costs over US$3,000 and was difficult to purchase due to the global supply shortage.
Luckily, Kyedae’s new graphics card was not in the package she dropped. Instead, it had been replaced with a laundry stain remover.
After her shenanigans, Kyedae explained that she hoped to organize a huge giveaway in the future. “I want to give PCs away to a community in the Philippines. To a PC cafe. That’s what I want to do. Like, 10 PCs and send them over there,” she expressed.
PC cafes, as she calls them, or computer shops are popular in the Philippines because they offer high bandwidth internet access to those who are not able to afford their own setups at home. Many Filipino pro players, like Team Secret’s Jessie “JessieVash” Cuyco, began their careers by playing in computer shops.
Kyedae herself has shown that she is a fan of Filipino culture. She and TenZ even cooked adobo, one of the Philippines’ most popular dishes, on her stream.
She was also fascinated by Team Secret’s unique stage entrances during Valorant Champions 2021, where the Southeast Asian squad performed iconic dances like the Ocho-ocho.
This isn’t the first time a popular Twitch streamer has decided to give back to their community. Imane “Pokimane” Anys had just announced she was giving away a brand-new Tesla to one of her fans.