Kiryu Coco, the popular dragon VTuber from Japanese agency Hololive, will be bidding farewell to the group on July 1. The news comes via an official announcement from Hololive, which was “saddened by her decision to leave.” The agency “decided to honor her wishes,” however.
Kiryu Coco is a virtual YouTuber, otherwise known as a VTuber, who is acted by a real person and presented as an animated avatar. She was represented by Hololive, a VTuber talent agency run by Cover Corp., which counts more than 50 other such VTubers in its stable.
The parent company has banned her from the hololive due to the insensitive statements she made for some nationalists. She has cleared these statements in her own words that she will be on her only till July 1, and after that, she will leave hololive.
Coco held a livestream announcing the decision on her YouTube channel on Wednesday. … However, she will continue streaming until July 1, so her fans will have some time to process the news and gradually say goodbye.
In September of 2020, Coco did a stream where she briefly showed her viewer demographics. Google analytics displays Taiwan as a separate country to mainland China, which blocks Youtube anyways, so Coco mentioned that Taiwan had her second largest audience outside of Japan.
Kanata lives with her fellow hololive idol Kiryu Coco.
In late 2016, Kizuna AI, the first VTuber to achieve breakout popularity, made her debut on YouTube. She was the first to coin and use the term “virtual YouTuber”.
Many Hololive streamers work full-time, while others stream as a side job. Former talent Kiryu Coco had earned approximately 85 million yen (US$810,000) through YouTube’s Super Chat donation system as of August 2020, making her the site’s all-time top Super Chat earner, according to data collection site Playboard.
Coco graduated with a last YouTube live stream on July 1st; however, the reason behind her graduation is not disclosed yet. She was encircled by the Taiwan dispute in September 2020. She was suspended from Livestream for three weeks for citing Taiwan as a nation.
Kiryu Coco debuted on December 28, 2019. She is part of Hololive’s fourth generation, along with other VTubers such as Towa Tokoyami and Kanata Amane. … Kiryu Coco’s graduation from Hololive is on July 1, 2021, and she will hold a final live stream starting at 20:00 JST.
According to UserLocal, hololive English’s Gawr Gura is the most popular VTuber, with 3.49 million subscribers as of Tuesday.
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VTuber Haachama (Akai Haato) announces indefinite hiatus
On Twitter, Haachama announced: “I’ll be going on an indefinite hiatus. I’m sorry. Let’s meet again someday.” Note that Haachama did note specify a date for her hiatus, meaning it’s effective right now.
Because of the fact that Hololive cut ties with China, this meant that they could not sustain their Chinese branch anymore. They dissolved their branch and retired their Chinese VTubers. Civia retired on her birthday, thanking her fans and Fukahire for everything they did and hoping she could see them again.
By 1910 Japan had incorporated Korea into the growing Japanese empire, and in 1931 it invaded Manchuria, separating it from China and establishing a puppet government. Six years later it became embroiled in a war with China that would last for eight years, ending only with its unconditional surrender in 1945.
Holostars (ホロスターズ), is a male-only Virtual YouTuber agency established by Cover Corp. Auditions for the first batch began on May 27, 2019, and the group initially debuted with 3 members.
Although hololive’s statement of Aloe’s graduation does not address the harassment, it states that her suspension was originally due to the leaked information, and that her decision to leave the group altogether came about after “further discussion.” …
With over 500 million views and 4.4 million subs across two YouTube channels, and an additional 1 million subscribers on Chinese streaming platform Bilibili, Kizuna AI continues to reign supreme as the most-successful individual vtuber.
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