Indian YouTube streamers as a generous gesture dedicated a live stream to help Australia from recent forest devastation. A major fire broke out in the forest of Australia covering important states. Ajey Nagar aka CarryMinati, Aaditya Sawant aka Dynamo and Kunal Saraf aka Gareeboo announced on their social media platforms to donate towards relief measures for Australia.

During the live stream audience generously contributed to the cause. As per reports, over 1,500 Superchats were received by CarryMinati who has over 3.46 million subscribers on his YouTube channel CarryisLive.

Rescue operations are being conducted inside the forest by Australian government.

The wildfire on Kangaroo Island in Australia destroyed about 5 million hectares (12.35 million acres) of their forest, killing at least 17 people and destroying more than 1,400 homes. Around 80 per cent of Koala's died in the bush fire. According to reports 46,000 Koala's were living on the island from which only 9,000 remain.

This has affected eastern Australian states of Queensland, New South Wales, and Victoria. The fire which became severe in the first week of January, the Australian government initiated relief measures on a war footing. Relief measures and help were sent by the United Nations and its neighboring countries.

Ajey Nagar reportedly received over 1500 super chats during his live stream. He has assured us to donate his charity stream money to Australia.

CarryMinati informed his viewers, "As we all know that Australia has been experiencing extensive wildfires lately by which around 1.25 billion animals have been killed across Australia and thousands missing & injured. This includes thousands of koalas and other iconic species so let us help Australia by doing our bit." Gareeboo and CarryMinati teamed up together to play PUBG Mobile via emulator during the stream. This encouraged viewers to donate more and watch them play multiple games throughout the stream.

Dynamo urged his audience to donate towards a good cause during his live stream.

Dynamo, on the other hand, played PUBG Mobile with his squad and encouraged his audience to donate for a good cause. They also gave a direct link for donations to the audience and requested to write a message for the respected NGO. However, it is still not clear as to how much money was collected during these streams. These gestures from Indian gaming streamers have won hearts for them and it keeps inspiring the Indian gaming community to lend their help to save planet Earth.