Twitch Streamer Survives A Deadly Car Crash

Twitch streamer Castro1021 gets involved in a car crash, but later informs fans everything is okay.

Twitch Streamer Edwin, famously known as Castro1021, recently went to Qatar to watch the ongoing FIFA World Cup 2022.

On December 8th, during a driving live stream, the streamer and his friends witnessed a deadly car crash that happened very close to them. This event urged Edwin to end the stream abruptly.

The streamer went on Twitter to update the community about his well-being. He mentioned that the other driver was also ok and appreciated the police for their quick response.


Major Takeaways

  • Twitch streamer Castro1021 experienced a deadly car crash in Qatar.
  • Upon seeing this, the streamer ended the stream abruptly.
  • He went on Twitter to update the community about his well-being.

Edwin “Castro1021” is a Twitch sensation with currently 3.6 Million followers on Twitch. Edwin is famously known for being one of the biggest FIFA video game streamers on the platform. 

Being an enthusiast of the sport, Edwin recently went to Qatar to spectate the ongoing FIFA World Cup 2022. The streamer experienced a horrifying car crash during a live stream while driving along with his friends and was compelled to end the stream abruptly.

Different social media platforms, such as Reddit and YouTube, shared this clip. Here is the cut video from the final moments of the stream.

YouTube video

A car to the left of the streamer lost its balanced and tumbled across, leading to sparks flying all over the road. The car then slid directly in front of the streamer’s car, forcing them to stop and end the stream.

Following the accident, Edwin gave an update to his community on Twitter. He stated, 

Everyone is okay including the other driver. We’re all grateful for the police on their immediate response and making sure everyone is okay. I love you guys.”

Here is the Tweet from Edwin’s official Twitter

Twitter had a positive response to Edwin’s well-being, and hundreds of community members responded.

Kyle Bautista, COO of esports organization Complexity, replied,

Responding To Castro1021
Responding To Castro1021

Co-owner of Price Errors, Solyman Jami, was happy to hear about Edwin’s safety. He said: 

Responding To Castro1021
Responding To Castro1021

Co-owner of Full Squad Gaming “JakeSucky” also updated the community on his Twitter. 

Responding To Castro1021
Responding To Castro1021

The clip was shared to Reddit on r/LivestreamFail as well, but it is no longer available.

Castro_1021 car crash in Qatar
by u/hogozan00 in LivestreamFail

However, the community had all kinds of responses ranging from comedic to detective, while some were hyped about the crash.

One of the users said: 

Comment
by u/merg93 from discussion Castro_1021 car crash in Qatar
in LivestreamFail

This event was a rather scary event, but all that ended well. What do you think? Let us know in the comments.

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Ahmed Mansoor is a News Writer who has a deep passion for single-player adventure games. He loves to keep tabs on the gaming and technology industries and loves to break stories that interest his audience. He has a Bachelor’s Degree in Journalism and several years of experience writing for games. Experience: 3+ Years || Education: Bachelor's in Journalism || Written 600+ News Stories.

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