Who is Veibae? What is her real name and age?
Born, name unknown, under the sign of Sagittarius on 11 December 1997, in the United Kingdom, Veibae is a 24-year old Caucasian Twitch streamer, YouTuber and VTuber of Polish descent and Christian beliefs. She is definitely best known to the world thanks to her Twitch account, on which she frequently holds livestreams for close to a million followers. Aside from that, she also has an enviable YouTube channel, which mostly stores fun clips from her streams. She is a known employee of VShojo, which has further bolstered her public exposure. She has had a decent number of successes over the course of her rarely lucrative streaming career since 2016.
Early life: Hidden behind the character
Since Vei bases her entire online career on the VTuber character she portrays, she has barely ever shared anything about her past. Her mother is from Poland, and her father’s nationality is unknown. She was raised alongside her brother by their parents in their birthplace, where she grew up with a strong affinity for video games and anime. This eventually caused her accent to evolve from sounding British to a North American one, with a touch of Polish, as she spoke to her US and Canadian friends on the internet more than those in her real life, picking it up over time. She attended an unspecified high school in the United Kingdom, from where she matriculated in 2015. There’s no indication that she’s attended college.
Career: Becoming a fantasy
Veibae created her Twitch account in 2015, and started streaming in 2016. At that time she just streamed with her voice and no camera, since she didn’t have a VTube character. She mostly streamed first person shooter massively online battle arena (FPS MOBA) games, such as “Overwatch,” but then also massively multiplayer role-playing games (MMORPG’s), most frequently “Black Desert Online.” Even though she has diversified since then, these two are still her two most consistently played games.
Her VTuber 3D model was teased on 10 April 2020, officially released two days later, and she got a massive boost in popularity not even a full month later, when famous Japanese YouTuber Shinji made multiple videos about her. Thanks to her fluency in Japanese, alongside Polish and English, the young VTuber managed to retain a massive Japan-based audience that poured in from Shinji, who has almost 300,000 subscribers. The next day, on 4 May 2020, she created her YouTube channel and began posting Twitch stream highlights there – videos usually no more than three minutes in length, featuring a funny moment from the previous day. This strategy proved quite successful for growing her YouTube channel, which is nearing the popularity of her Twitch profile.
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Improving the dream
The young VTuber announced on 23 September 2020 that her character would be turning into a succubus, and getting a brand new Live2D model in December 2020. Four days later she teased two of the planned Live2D outfits – one with her iconic pink hoodie, and a traditional Japanese outfit resembling those from Samurai anime. In spite of her fans’ great excitement, neither of the two was released on time, and the overhaul was rescheduled for next year. On 9 April 2021 the change finally came, along with the announcement that she was now part of the US-based VTuber agency called VShojo, alongside other famous VTuber streamers like Projekt Melody, Nyatasha Nyanners, and most importantly Ironmouse. After her new 2D model release, the 3D model showed up in two days, at which point she promised to keep using both of them.
Another two days later, she took her VShojo colleagues, along with also Froot and Silvervale, and joined ultra-popular Japanese VTubers such as Kizuna Ai, Dennou Shojo Siro and Higuchi Kaede in the collaboration event entitled “VAmongEarth.” On 22 May of the same year, she joined Silvervale and Nyatasha Nyanners to attend the DigiKomi convention, during which the trio had a lot of fun with the game entitled “Otaku Exposed.” She got an even newer Live2D model on 10 April 2022, which she uses as of August of the same year.
What does she do today? Wasn’t she banned?
The rumors are true – Veibae was indeed banned from Twitch, but only for a day, the reason for which the company never clarified, though fans confidently assume that it has to do with a single video she briefly watched. While Veibae does still play a lot of games, she now also reacts to content, and just generally chats with her followers. During one such session, she clicked a video someone sent her, where a man can be seen examining various items, some of which were very obviously phallic objects. While the streamer immediately stopped the video and had a negative reaction to the content, it was obviously enough for Twitch staff to deny her access to the platform, for exactly one day, two minutes and 44 seconds, on 17 April 2022.
Veibae’s real face
Unlike most VTubers, Veibae doesn’t really care that everyone can see her real face, which is evidenced by the frequency of her selfie posts on Twitter. One of the earliest took place on October 11 2019, when she posted a full picture of her face in order to promote her merchandise, stating ‘didn’t have a chance to show off my @SoaRGaming merch ‘til now but god damb it looks good, u missed out if you didn’t grab any ＼ʕ •ᴥ•ʔ／ also im live in 20 mins.`
Love life: Does she have a boyfriend?
Veibae has kept her romantic endeavors private, so as not to jeopardize her VTuber persona. On stream she’s known to be jokingly flirty with most of her female colleagues, even going as far as to marry fellow VTuber Silvervale in a wedding ceremony in “Final Fantasy XIV,” for which the priest was Nyanners. However, all of these are just lighthearted streaming jokes, and Veibae doesn’t appear interested in anyone.
What is Veibae’s net worth? How high is her salary?
With almost 120,000 followers and a great many subscribers on Twitch, along with more than 200,000 views per stream, Veibae makes well over $12,000 per month. Her total accumulated wealth is estimated by most reputable sources at close to $3 million, through apparently being entertaining on both Twitch and YouTube.