Andrea Botez, a Canadian-American chess player, commentator, Twitch streamer, and YouTuber, was born on April 6, 2002, in Vancouver, British Columbia. Following in her sister’s footsteps, Botez started playing chess when she was six years old. At age seven, she began competing in USC chess events. She took home the U8 Girls Canadian Youth Chess Championship that year. She won the title of Women’s British Columbia Chess Champion in 2015 at the age of thirteen. Botez triumphed at the Susan Polgar National Open in the same year as well. In 2016, Botez finished fourth in the competition at the SPFNO 2016: U14 GIRLS and thirteenth at the Susan Polgar Foundation Girls’ Invitational. In 2018 and 2019, respectively, Botez reached her highest USChess rating of 1933 and her highest FIDE classical rating of 1773. Her rating places her at 67,989 among all players who are currently active as of December 2022.
Both Sisters as Key Figures
With their chess content, sisters Andrea and Alexandra Botez have dominated Twitch and established themselves as key figures in the streaming industry. Because of her reputation, Andrea Botez has also ventured into boxing competitions. She took part in Ludwig’s Mogul Moves’ Chessboxing event and will face Michelle Khare at Creator Clash 2.
World’s Hottest Chess Player
Andrea reveals how she exacted retribution on an ex-boyfriend’s car demonstrating that she is just as fierce outside of the ring as she is within. Andrea Botez, a Twitch streamer who has been labeled the “World’s Hottest Chess Player,” has created a name for herself on the chessboard, but her relationship details have drawn the interest of her admirers. The “World’s Hottest Chess Player” on Twitch has opened up about how she exacted urine-soaked retribution on an ex-boyfriend and his car. Andrea Botez gained notoriety for herself on the chessboard, but following a recent podcast, her fans were interested in the specifics of her relationships. On the That’s What She Said podcast, she made an appearance alongside her sister Alexandra Botez, who also streams on Twitch.
Peeing on ex-boyfriend’s car
When the conversation shifted to seeking retribution, Andrea Botez admitted that she had pooped on her ex’s car as soon as they split up. It is debatable if she would have divulged it on her own given that her sister brought it up. It was an extremely poisonous relationship, Andrea recalled in a podcast interview. It was constantly on and off. I’d perform it once more.
“I got everything out, and it was incredibly satisfying. Literally.”
“I don’t upset Andrea because of this,” her sister Alexandra continued. I don’t want her to urinate on my belongings.
Strangely, this isn’t the only news item this week concerning body fluids getting on a car. A woman earlier gained notoriety after confronting a neighbor who she claimed had urinated on her car. Andrea is currently waiting to enter the fray, as many influencers do these days.
Match Organized by Creator Clash
Creator Clash, which pitted a variety of content producers against one another in a boxing match to raise money for charity, had its highly-anticipated premiere in 2022. The event raised nearly $1 million in total for organizations like the American Heart Association and more… And the upcoming Creator Clash is anticipated to surpass last year’s in size and quality.
Despite earlier this year’s announcements, another significant matchup has been added to the schedule. This time, it’s a bombastic contest between two female influencers.
Andrea Botez will compete in the fourth female clash of Creator Clash 2 against YouTube sensation and Challenge Accepted creator Michelle Khare. While this will be Andrea’s second boxing contest after her initial bout last year, she is no stranger to the ring. She competed in Ludwig’s Mogul Chessboxing Championship, but Dina Belenkaya ultimately triumphed.
Commenting about the match, Andrea said: “I only accidentally got into boxing when I joined up for a chess boxing competition.
“Even though I only had six weeks to prepare for that bout, I felt a new form of discipline and intensity during that period that I hadn’t felt since I stopped playing competitive chess,” the fighter said.
One of the hardest things I’ve ever done was train for Creator Clash 2, but I know Michelle Khare is working just as hard, and it’s a pleasure to face her.
Khare added her two cents about her upcoming Creator Clash contest. She expressed her gratitude to Anisa, Ian, and Creator Clash for creating such a unique environment where artists could come together to support a worthy cause and push themselves to new limits both physically and psychologically. I’m thrilled to be competing in one of the four female fights this year, with Andrea Botez.