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One of Dead by Daylight’s Most Beloved Content Creator’s has passed away at age 32

PuppersTV, known as Max, a full-time streamer for the last 12 years and partner for Twitch, Youtube, and Dead by Daylight has passed away at the age of 32 years after 3 years of being diagnosed with Motor Neurone Disease(MND). He enjoyed playing Dead by Daylight and became popular in the community. He was diagnosed with ALS- a form of MND- in 2020.

It was announced on Twitter of his passing and let everyone know how much Puppers loved everyone so very much. Several individuals, including myself, reminded his family that he was a beacon to the Dead by Daylight community and we will never forget him.

He was well known to everyone for his enjoyment of streaming Dead by Daylight and his amazing personality, perseverance, and kind-hearted. The community had supported him and set up a Light in the Fog Foundation, which raised $270k to support his medical expenses.

The creators of Dead by Daylight honored PuppersTV and created a charm for the community, knowing he was a warrior fighting the battle against ALS, or amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, which is a progressive neurodegenerative disease that affects nerve cells in the brain and spinal cord, thus effecting a person’s normal everyday life. The Dead by Daylight community is now coming together to help cover the medical expenses to cover Puppers funeral medical expenses.


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