Hololive ID’s Moona Hoshinova hits 1 million YouTube subscribers


Moonafics rejoice as Hololive Indonesia’s first-generation member Moona Hoshinova hit 1 million YouTube subscribers today, February 22, nearly two years after her debut. Moona herself woke up to the good news: “I think I’m still dreaming…right?” Various personalities in the VTubing community, including her fellow Hololives, have praised her.

In a flow of thanks, Moona received a fan-made game called “Memories of Moonlight”. Over 4,000 viewers joined Moona as she played the game to completion, which left her with tears of joy. As she hit the one million subscriber milestone, she announced a 24-hour stream to be held in mid-March.

Moona Hoshinova is credited as the first virtual YouTuber from Indonesia and to some extent the Southeast Asian region to achieve the said subscriber milestone.

Fans celebrated Moona Hoshinova’s birthday on February 15 under the Crescent Luminaries Project. This project brought surprises to the talent of Hololive Indonesia – in addition to wall art and a VTuber song cover, two emperor penguins are adopted on behalf of Moona and her fans through the World Wildlife Fund (WWF).

Throughout her career she has produced two original songs, 愛の小さな歌 (Ai no Chiisana Uta) and High tide. She is widely recognized through her collaborations with Hololive Japan member Usada Pekora on Minecraft. This precious collaboration led to “Hey Moona!” from Pekora! greeting.

Besides her streaming activities, Moona Hoshinova appeared at YouTube Music Weekend 2021, Creators Super Fest vol. 2 and AFA Singapore Online 2021. She is scheduled to perform at Hololive 3rd Fes. “Link Your Wish” which will be held from March 19 to 20, the same weekend as Hololive Super Expo 2022.

Moona Hoshinova © Cover Corp Banner Image taken from live stream

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