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Gawr Gura of Hololive English reaches 2 million subscribers on YouTube

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It is officialHololive English’s Gawr Gura has reached 2 million subscribers on her YouTube channel. The virtual shark is first among Hololive talents to reach the said number.

This milestone ranks the shark VTuber second among the most subscribed Virtual YouTubers in the platform.

Gawr Gura of Hololive English reaches 2 million subscribers on YouTube

After 127 days since her debut on September 13, 2020, Gawr Gura’s growth has surpassed other Virtual YouTubers in the Hololive roster. She has gained six-figure views and tens of thousands of subscribers a day according to statistics from SocialBlade.

Prior to this, she has already reached her 1 million subscriber milestone on October 22.

The apex predator’s 2 million subscriber milestone happened today, January 18, while she plays Skyrim on stream.

Her fans, named the Chumbuds, has tweeted their congratulatory messages on Twitter, where she has a wide reach with more than 680,000 followers. The said fan name was coined in the chat during her debut stream.

Gawr Gura ascended to Hololive’s English team last July 2020 together with Amelia Watson, Mori Callipe, Kiara Takanashi and Ina’nis Ninomae, forming the #HoloMyth generation.

Gawr Gura’s profile as listed on her YouTube channel and Hololive website describes her:

“A descendant of the Lost City of Atlantis, who swam to Earth while saying, “It’s so boring down there LOLOLOL!” She bought her clothes (and her shark hat) in the human world and she really loves them. In her spare time, she enjoys talking to marine life.

Gawr Gura follows Kizuna Ai (2.88 million subscribers) in User Local’s list of top Virtual YouTubers by subscriber count.

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Jay Agonoy

Jay Agonoy has written feature stories for websites such as The Reimaru Files and Rappler, as well as moderated select panel discussions on the local anime and idol cultures. Currently, he handles keepsakes., his personal multimedia project spanning blogs, vlogs and podcasts. Prior to Anime Corner, Jay has covered events since 2010. (See Jay's current portfolio on MuckRack.)

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