Rishabh Pant to donate YouTube channel earnings for “good cause”

Rishabh Pant, the Indian wicket-keeper batter, who is currently a part of the national team, playing the T20 World Cup 2024, received a “Silver Creator Award” from YouTube for reaching 100k subscribers on his channel recently. To mark the milestone, the 26-year-old pledged to donate the earnings from YouTube, combined with his contribution to a “good cause.”

Notably, Rishabh Pant made his return to international cricket after an 18-month absence during the ongoing T20 World Cup 2024, making an instant impact for India with the bat and the gloves. He has played a key role for the Indian cricket team in ensuring three wins in three completed matches, helping them qualify through to the Super 8 stage of the tournament.

The most meaningful contribution from Rishabh Pant came against Pakistan at the Nassau County International Cricket Stadium in New York, scoring 42 off 31 in a low-scoring match for India, which proved to be the ultimate difference between the two teams.

In the meantime, after getting the “Silver Creator Award” for his newly established YouTube channel, Rishabh Pant announced on his social media and wrote, “This Silver Play Button belongs to all of us. 100K and counting! To mark this milestone, I’m pledging to donate all earnings from YouTube, combined with my personal contribution for a good cause. Let’s use this platform for the better and make a difference!”

Moreover, Rishabh Pant will be heading to the Caribbean with the Indian cricket team to play the three Super 8 stage matches of the T20 World Cup 2024 against Afghanistan, Bangladesh/Netherlands, and Australia. The final Group A match of India, which was scheduled to go down at the Central Broward Regional Park Stadium in Lauderhill, got washed out without a ball being bowled.

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