Wow! This 14-Year-Old Gamer Pays for Her Own High School Tuition

by Leika Golez   |  Feb 22, 2022
Image: Facebook/Jiji Plays
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Jhewelry Hershey Dela Cerna, better known as Jiji Plays, is a 14-year-old Mobile Legends player with over 200,000 YouTube subscribers and three million Facebook followers. Despite being in the online gaming space for only a year, she already earns enough money to pay for her own high school tuition at UST Angelicum College. Wow! 

And if that's not impressive enough yet, she even bought a new house for her family! Plus, she also spends her own money for gaming and streaming equipment.

According to GMA, Jiji picked up her passion for gaming from her father, a fellow Mobile Legends fan. When Jiji decided to start streaming a few years later, she rose to fame thanks to a collab with another content creator. 

Notably, Jiji also has a TikTok dance account with nearly 250,000 followers, and she sometimes even dances in the middle of her streams! And if gaming's not really your thing, she also films food trips, lifestyle vlogs, and challenge videos. 

If you want to learn more about this teenage go-getter, you can watch her latest stream here: 


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