A YouTube vs TikTok boxing event has been confirmed, and it features some of your favourite social media stars. Here’s everything you need to know about the fight.

For months, YouTuber Austin McBroom has been challenging TikTok star Bryce Hall to a boxing match, but he always refused.

Finally, after offering a $5 million fee, Bryce accepted the deal, and the fight is officially going ahead.

But it’s not just Austin and Bryce who will be fighting. It’s now turned into a huge YouTube vs TikTok event being advertised as a ‘battle of the platforms’.

Here’s everything we know about the YouTube vs TikTok boxing event so far.

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What is YouTube vs TikTok?

YouTubs vs TikTok is a boxing event that will see a series of different YouTubers and TikTok stars stepping in the ring to compete against each other.

Produced and distributed by LiveXLive Media, the event is for ‘entertainment only’ and you’ll have to pay if you want to watch it.

It will be streamed via LiveXLive, but specific details on how and where to watch have not yet been released.

As well as a series of boxing fights, the event will also include live musical performances, but the lineup has not yet been announced.

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When is the boxing event?

  • June 5th 2021.

The official date for the YouTube vs TikTok event has been announced as June 5th 2021.

Specific times will be released nearer to the time.

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Who is taking part?

LiveXLive Media released an official poster on Thursday (March 18th) that reveals exactly which social media stars will be fighting on the day.

The confirmed fights include:

  • Tanner Fox vs Nick Austin
  • Faze Jarvis vs Michael Le
  • DDG vs Nate Wyatt
  • Deji vs Vinnie Hacker
  • Austin McBroom vs Bryce Hall

TikTok star Tayler Holder and YouTuber Danny Duncan have also been confirmed to be fighting, but their opponents are being chosen by the public.

More details on the fan vote will be released soon.

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