YouTube star bid $800K to win Tom Brady All-In Challenge

Rick Stroud
Tampa Bay Times

Tampa, Fla. — Logan Thirtyacre, a 25-year-old YouTube star, submitted the winning bid of $800,000 to claim Tom Brady’s All-In Challenge, according to TMZ.

Thirtyacre, who is known on the internet as SuperBowserLogan, reportedly made a fortune creating multiple YouTube channels involving Super Mario video games and was said to have been earning $1 million per month.

Tom Brady of the New England Patriots celebrates after defeating the New York Giants at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Mass., on October 10, 2019. (Maddie Meyer/Getty Images/TNS)

Brady (Michigan) offered tickets to a Bucs game in Tampa, his game-worn jersey and either a workout or dinner with him after the game. All the money raised will go to COVID-19 relief.

Thirtyacre told TMZ he has attended many of Brady’s games, including Super Bowl 51, in which Brady engineered the greatest comeback in an NFL title game in history.

“I just can’t wait to hang out with him!” Thirtyacre told TMZ.