Curating the true potential of gaming and esports.
Something different for your inbox. No distractions, no bs. Told as it is, as an unfiltered, irrelevant beer talk with friends. Give it a go, it’s free.
Published: 20/Dec/2020 0:06 Updated: 19/Jan/2021 16:26by Andrew Amos
MrBeast has expanded his YouTube empire into burgers, starting up a new chain restaurant across the USA called “MrBeast Burger.” He celebrated in classic fashion — giving away free food and wads of cash — but you can order one yourself at 300 locations. Here’s how.
Jimmy ‘MrBeast’ Donaldson is no stranger to doing crazy things with his money, but his latest venture might be his biggest investment yet. He’s not just giving money out to people for doing challenges or buying their Christmas presents, but he’s also giving out food too.
The YouTube sensation, who has over 48 million subscribers, has opened up his own restaurant chain across the United States, aptly named “MrBeast Burger.” With over 300 locations, you can order one for yourself from practically anywhere.
MrBeast Burger has arrived! Download the app and order today. pic.twitter.com/4ajzC0U5N5
— MrBeast Burger (@MrBeastBurger) December 19, 2020
In true MrBeast style, he had to launch his new restaurant chain in the most charitable way possible — giving away free burgers, and much more. The YouTuber opened up a location in North Carolina, and when people saw the sign, they queued up for miles.
They got a lot more than burgers. MrBeast was giving away $100 of cash with every order, and even chucking in some iPads and other expensive goodies on top too. Hell, he even gave one person who got sideswiped in line a whole new car.
They couldn’t get to everyone in line though. The police had to come and shut them down as a 20-mile line of traffic had built up as word of mouth spread. The one-day experiment did build up to something bigger though — MrBeast’s own burger empire to rival any other chain.
MrBeast has opened 300 stores across the United States for you to buy a burger at. While you can’t sit down at a physical store — they’re all only available through delivery apps like UberEats, Doordash, Grubhub, and Postmates — you can still dine with the YouTuber, spiritually.
The burgers aren’t free, but MrBeast couldn’t take money like that. Every burger bought will also give back to charity, helping feed hungry families. If you want to try them out for yourself, here’s how much it’ll set you back.
While there’s no international locations yet, MrBeast has plans to expand across borders. “I’m going to do everything in my power to bring MrBeast Burger to the international audience as soon as possible,” he said.