Valorant content creator Alana “alaanat” Tow has passed away. The community mourns his sad passing.
Posted on September 17, 2022
Valorant creator Alana “alanaat” Tow tragically passed away on September 15, 2022. The heartbreaking news comes after family and several close friends, including the organization that runs the content creator, Devour Future, revealed the premature departure of Alana a few days ago.
The content creator was an inspiring force in the Valorant community who streamed on Twitch and posted onTikTok and other social media platforms.
Her cause of death is unknown, but Alana’s sister, Mikayla Tow, posted a GoFundMe page to raise money for her organization AllergyKidz to raise allergy awareness, educate others, and create accessible resources. to all.
Death of valiant content creator Alana Tow
Twitch streamers, the Valorant community, and Alana’s family, friends, and boyfriend are mourning her death. Alana had a relatively large following on social media. She had 1,500 followers on Twitch, 2,000 on Twitter, over 6,000 on TikTok and 700,000 likes on all of her posts on the platform. His impact on the lives of others has also been overwhelmingly positive.
the valiant community lost someone special today. @ttvalanaat was a really nice person who, whether through his streams or his bad tweets, was a walking W as a content creator and friend.
please use this gofundme to show your support for his memorialhttps://t.co/7ll54f2gRh
— Willius NRG (@will1us) September 16, 2022
Alana’s GoFundMe fundraiser, which her family organized to raise awareness and continue her legacy through AllergyKidz, has currently passed its first milestone of $10,000. There were 858 donations and escalations, which equates to more than $52,000 raised. On this fundraising page, Alana’s family described her life and the challenges she faced.
The content creator had to deal with many difficulties, including severe variable allergies. The fundraising page stated that “Alana suffered from various allergies. She was allergic to eggs, nuts, shellfish, cats, dust mites and many more.”
They added: “Throughout her life, these allergies caused her difficulties: being sent to the hospital overnight in camp, being unable to eat when she went out to eat, carrying an EpiPen in her backpack back and having to go to the emergency room because of the smallest piece of egg on his plate.
Despite these allergies, she remained a confident and strong person who always had a smile. XSET’s social media manager Nate Schanker said Alana was “one of the most real, down-to-earth, kindest people” they’ve ever met “through gaming” .
My heart is broken. RIP to one of the most real, down to earth, kind people I’ve met through gaming. I’ll never forget talking about ab gaming/tennis and your smile that was contagious. ❤️ @ttvalanaat
Please use this link to show your support for his memorial. https://t.co/0X4YCNyDs2
— XSET Nate (@nateschanker) September 16, 2022
Other personalities like popular streamer Kyedae Shymko, whom Alana adored the longest, even paid tribute to her and posted her condolences on the extremely sad passing of the content creator.
Rest in peace Angel
— kyedae ðŸ ¸ (@kyedae) September 16, 2022
As Alana’s family, friends and followers slowly adapt and learn to live without her presence, there is no doubt that it will take time.
Please feel free to support Alana’s organization, AllergyKidz, by donating money or sharing the fundraiser to raise allergy awareness and help those in need. Rest in peace, Allana.
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All images featured are courtesy of Instagram via Alana Tow.
Written by Jay Hunter
Jay Hunter is a full-time contributing writer at GinxTV; who likes to play all kinds of games, especially strategic or puzzle-based titles. Be sure to follow him on Twitter at @extremely_jaded to stay updated on various esports and gaming scenes.