Cuphead is a game built to be difficult, and, for some players, this difficulty can be rage-inducing. Twitch streamer Jinnytty raged so hard that she broke her stream.
Cuphead is a game built off of its complex, multi-stage bosses. There’s a certain level of trial and error to learning how to defeat them, making death an eventuality for most players.
Twitch streamer Jinnytty made it to the boss’ final stage, and she had almost beaten it before dying tragically with the boss having a sliver of HP left. She…didn’t take it well.
Jinny was so close, yet so far
It’d be one thing if Jinny died halfway through the boss and moved on. No big deal. The real tragedy here is just how close she was to beat it.
The meter above the retry option shows your progress toward getting through the health bar and Cuphead practically sitting on the top of the flag means Jinny was indescribably close to overcoming the enemy.
After a moment of contemplation and sadness, Jinny’s rage boiled over, and she took it out on her controller.
She tossed out expletives, cursing out the boss and screaming “Why won’t you die?!” And, after slamming her desk for a few seconds, her entire stream cut out.
Her stream came back, this time on her phone rather than her PC, and Jinny watched the clip of herself raging back on her PC. Her momentary rage didn’t seem to do any damage to her setup, and she was able to laugh it off with no issue.
We’re wishing Jinny the best of luck on her next attempt at the boss. If she ever decides to fight it again, that is.
How much money does Jinnytty make?
Jinnytty’s net worth: The twitch and YouTube streamer have an estimated net worth of $500,000. Social Blade estimates her daily earnings as $7 to $105, her weekly revenue as $46 to $734, her monthly income as $197 to $3.1K, and her daily salary as $2.4K to $37.8K. Streamers typically get revenue through ads, donations, subscription count, and sponsorships. With a growing Instagram account and an active YouTube channel, it is safe to assume that majority of her revenue is sourced through ads and sponsorships.
She first started live streaming on Twitch at the end of June 2017. During this period, she liked to play Hearthstone, and she also watched professional player games or teaching videos. After becoming popular, Yoo catered to the audience with high interactivity, and pure style, and increased her Taiwanese content.
She also traveled to Taiwan in March 2018 and held a fan meeting. At the end of 2019, Yoo changed her target audience to European and American audiences and also traveled to the United States. During the COVID-19 pandemic, she stayed at the home of the American streamer EsfandTV for several months, and they streamed together from time to time.
From 2020 to 2022, Yoo traveled to and streamed live in Korea, Europe, and the United States.