YouTube Gamer WroeToShaw Is Giving Money To Students With Top Grades

Indomitable Good Guy Harry Lewis (better known as wroetoshaw) is doing his part to encourage Britain’s school kids to aim higher.

The 18-year-old YouTube gamer just announced he will give £50 ($78) to any student who tweets him proof that they received top grades (either A or A*) in all of their GCSEs.

The General Certificate of Secondary Education (GCSE) is a series of qualifications British students receive when they complete secondary/high school. Almost 700,000 students across the United Kingdom will receive their GCSE exam results today (August 20).

Just under 4,000 students received all A*’s in their GCSEs last year. And if that number holds steady, it means Harry could be on the hook for more than £200,000. A significant chunk of change for the gamer, whose annual income is believed to be in excess of £900,000 per year.

So far, Harry has already doled out £300 to the high achieving students that have already tweeted him, and he’s still going.

Honestly, if Harry is paying out £50, then KSI should be offering at least £100.

#YouTubeMoney.

Update:

After paying out £550 ($860), it looks like he’s done for the day.

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