Twitch fans praised Adin Ros for contributing $10,000 to GoFundMe this week for another creator after Ross, a former FaZe collaborator, only recently resumed streaming following a ban. Ross donated $10,000 to Tony “RSGLORYANDGOLD”, a streamer aged 68 who was diagnosed with brain cancer.
Adin Ross made the announcement on stream after he pulled up RSGLORYANDGOLD’s treatment GoFundMe. He revealed that he had contributed $10k of his personal money to the cause. Ethan Klein (half of H3H3 Productions) is listed as also having donated $1000 at the start of the campaign.
Ross’s move is coming at a critical time, especially for his gambling activity, and fans are overwhelmingly praising him for it. Some pointed out that the publicity stunt would not be a success and money will still go to RSGLORYANDGOLD who has struggled in recent years.
RSGLORYANDGOLD, a well-known internet drama-monger Daniel “KEEMSTAR”, Keem was the source of a fake report on RSGLORYANDGOLD a few years back. RSGLORYANDGOLD was accused by KEEMSTAR of being a sex offenders on numerous occasions. The first accusation led to a sincere apology, which in 2016 turned out to have been a mistaken identity.
RSGLORYANDGOLD streams RuneScape via Twitch. He has been harassed since then by KEEMSTAR, his followers, and has not been indicted for any of the allegations KEEMSTAR made back then. His GoFundMe page states that he is suffering from brain cancer. This has severely affected his vision, and could endanger his life.
Adin Ross isn’t the first to venture into charity. In 2021, he pledged that 20% of his income would be donated regularly to charities. Tony has met his $30k goal, but healthcare costs in America are notoriously high. You can still make a donation to RSGLORYANDGOLD by clicking here.