Twitch Streamer Emiru Has Joined OTK

Prominent streamer and cosplayer Emiru has joined One True King shortly after moving into the Austin Streamer House.

OTK Media has announced that Twitch streamer Emiru is becoming the latest member of its organization. Donning a crown and with a sword in one hand, Emiru posted a photo on Twitter, confirming that the news was true. What’s more, the announcement marks a first for OTK Media.

Emiru has earned a following on Twitch, perhaps best known as a League of Legends streamer, but also as a prominent cosplayer, having found success on TikTok for costumes such as Link from The Legend of Zelda. She previously joined Cloud9, an esports company initially founded for professional League of Legends players. Last year, she appeared in a number of OTK projects and has collaborated on videos with OTK co-founder and Twitch streamer Mizkif.


OTK Media, better known as One True King, was co-founded in 2020 as a joint project by several celebrated game streamers and YouTubers, including Asmongold and Mizkif, among others. The organization creates online content for YouTube and Twitch, and has previously hosted streams raising almost $1.5M for the non-profit charity Games for Love. OTK continues to grow, acquiring several new members since its inception. Emiru is now their first female member, appearing in an official capacity for the first time in the YouTube video “Introducing OTK EMIRU!”

The announcement may come as less of a surprise to Emiru’s fans, given the streamer’s increasing activity working with members of OTK. In November last year, Emiru made the decision to move from Kansas to Austin, joining several other game streamers to live in Mizkif’s home, in what has been dubbed the “Austin Streamer House.” In a video interview, Emiru claimed that there were reasons she could not stay at her Kansas property, and that she had only been to the house when other people were present. She did not elaborate on the details, stating that she “had to move” and intended to explain the situation after she had left the property.

Emiru has previously opened up about her desire to collaborate with other streamers, and how it was initially difficult for her to make connections. Things took a turn for the better after she was invited to the AT&T Annihilator Cup last year, meeting a variety of streamers. She has since had no trouble being invited to collaborate with others, describing her change in circumstances as a dream come true. This latest chapter in Emiru’s journey will surely feel exciting, both for herself and her fans.

Source: OTK/Twitter, Emiru/Twitter, Cloud9, Dexerto, Dot Esports

Source: Gamerant

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