Vejrgang is 15 years old.
RB Leipzig tweeted about the achievement of their star player: “A record for ages but every streak must come to an end.”
A record for ages but every streak must come to an end 😌🔥Biggest respect for @rblz_vejrgang 🙌👏 535-1 🏆#RBLZ… https://t.co/HIDpyPGCnv
— RBLZ GAMING (@rblzgaming) 1613294943000
He lost the game 5-1, with the three goals being conceded by his side when it was 1-2, with Vejrgang chasing the equaliser. The star of RB Leipzig streamed the match live on Twitch.
As he is still 15 years old, he needs to turn 16 to become eligible to play in EA FIFA tournaments. Needless to say, with the world record and the fan following of a video game series like FIFA, the kid is popular. His number of followers on Twitch has crossed the half-a-million mark. Add to that over 300,000 followers on Instagram, about 90,000 followers on Twitter and over 91,000 YouTube subscribers.