Ouro Kronii from Hololive English Council and Momosuzu Nene from Hololive JP’s Fifth Generation have reached new subscriber milestones. Kronii now has over 500 thousand subscribers, while Nene reached 800k.
Kronii only debuted two months ago with the other Hololive Council 2nd Gen members, but she already passed 500k subscribers on her YouTube channel. She tweeted, thanking the fans:
Nene has passed 800k subscribers on her channel, slowly catching up to her fellow Fifth Generation member Shishiro Botan, who recently hit 1 million subscribers.
Both members were congratulated by Motoaki ‘YAGOO’ Tanigo, CEO of Cover Corp., on Twitter.
Ouro Kronii, Warden of ‘Time’
Kronii is one of the new talents under the Hololive English Council. Her lore is based around ‘time’:
None may escape the sands of time and, indeed, most men do not even wish to be freed from her captivity. She picked up the blades almost as a reflex action of sorts, and seems to be enjoying it. Her quiet, aloof personality has never changed over the ages, but she has developed a little bit of haughtiness and sadistic tendencies along the way…
During her debut stream, her viewership peaked at 90k viewers. In addition, she had already earned 115k subscribers by the start of the stream. She also teased a song and concluded the stream by singing ‘Butterfly’, the Japanese opening theme to the anime Digimon Adventure.
You can check out her debut stream here:
Momosuzu Nene aka ‘Supernenechi’
Nene was first introduced to Twitter as a Fifth Generation member in a teaser video on 6 August, 2020. During her debut stream on 13 of the same year, she amassed 100k subscribers in a day.
Check out her debut stream below:
She also calls herself ‘Supernenechi’, which is a display of her confidence during her gaming streams. Nene has amazing aiming skills in Apex or an all-win rate in the first ‘Among Us’ collaboration stream. Her 800k subscriber milestone was recorded during a ‘Rhythm Heaven’ endurance stream.