Many people are familiar with YouTube and YouTubers, but the term Virtual YouTuber (VTuber) may be new to most people.

It has been around for some time, with VTubers mostly catering to Japanese audiences. 

VTubers are online creators who choose a virtual avatar instead of showing their real faces. 

This virtual avatar is the face of their channel, and these anime-looking avatars play games over Livestream, talk to their fans, and participate in viral trends.

And in recent years, there has been an explosion in the popularity of VTubing, and as a result, these VTubers have garnered a large fan base. 

One one of the more well-known VTuber is Ironmouse.

She started streaming on other platforms in 2017 but has since moved exclusively to Twitch since 2019. 

Ironmouse spends most of her time playing games like Among Us, Minecraft, and Rust. 

Ironmouse onlive avatar

Ironmouse's online avatar (Source: Ironmouse/Twitter)

She also interacts with her viewers and streams horror games on rare occasions.

Fans have often been curious about what she looks like, and they have even asked her to do a face reveal. 

Did Ironmouse Do A Face Reveal?

Unfortunately, as much as fans are curious, Ironmouse has not done a face reveal. 

Some people on the internet have even claimed they have seen her like fellow streamer Connor Marc Colquhoun.

Colquhoun, known online as CDawgVA, is a Welsh YouTuber and voice actor based in Tokyo.

He uploaded a video on his YouTube channel, ConnorDawg titled 'Ironmouse Showed Me Her Face,'

The title insinuated that Ironmouse had done some kind of face reveal. 


A post shared by Connor Colquhoun (@cdawgva)

In the ten-minute-long video, the Welsh content creator was dressed like the female VTuber.

About halfway through the video, Colquhoun shared he knew what she looked like and said she was cute. 

During the joint stream, the fans who wanted a face reveal asked the Wales native to describe the VTuber's face, which he did not agree to. 

There isn't much about the highly anticipated face reveal in the video as the two engage in friendly banter. 

Some viewers even theorized that Colquhoun could secretly be the female streamer in the comment section.

Others were upset over the clickbait video title. 

Ironmouse Crossed 100,000 Subscribers

It is unconfirmed when the fans will get to the real face, but recently Ironmouse made headlines for crossing 100,000 subscribers. 

According to Dexerto, the VTuber is one of the first female streamers on Twitch to earn 100,000 subscribers.

The number is likely to increase since her February subathon is still ongoing. 

For those out of the loop, a subathon is when a streamer intends to keep their fans entertained for days on end.

The subathon starts with 24 hours on the clock, but each time viewers donate subs, additional time will be added to the clock. 

Once the timer hits zero, creators will conclude their stream. 

Thanks to the strategy first started by YouTube streamer Ludwig, Ironmouse has 104,049 subscribers, to be exact at the time of writing. 

"Thank you all so much for being here. I feel like I keep repeating myself, but I honestly don't know what to say. I'm shocked, humbled, and honored. Thank you for all the love and support," the VTuber said.