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Have you ever wondered what your favourite Facebook Creator’s strange habits or top local dishes are? In this series of interviews, we sat down with the stars of Dari Hati, an eGGs-clusive special documentary programme, to ask them a few lighthearted questions that were too amusing for the show!


Ying Tze - the multi-talented woman who models, streams, cosplays, and still finds time to be one of the faces of ASUS' gaming brand - Republic of Gamers. Talk about having a full plate! This week's Dari Hati will feature the Facebook Gaming creator who shares a tale of love, loss and betrayal but first - onto the fun questions!

If you could compare yourself with any animal, which would it be and why?

I would be a cat, of course! Cats are my favourite animal. I think cats are very loving, beautiful and mysterious. You don't know what they want. They can be cold and sometimes they can be very manja (want to be pampered).

What are three things you can’t live without?

My contact lens, my phone and money, of course!

What are your top 3 local foods?

  • Nasi Bojari (from Madam Kwan's)
  • Sabah Beef Ball Noodles
  • KFC if that can be considered Malaysian food! (not really, but we'll allow it!)

What weird beliefs or superstitions do you have?

If you buy a pair of shoes for your boyfriend or girlfriend, you will breakup because they'll walk away.

What was the first video game you ever played? How were you introduced to it? How did you feel about the game?

Pokémon! Because it was very big back then. I played it on the Gameboy Color. Pokémon Yellow was my first video game. I was very excited about it - back then I was a big fan of Pokémon, and I remembered every single form and evolution for the first generation!

What hobbies do you like doing that relaxes or destress you?

Watching Netflix. I watch a lot of random Netflix shows. Korean drama, cooking competitions, baking competitions, fashion design competitions. I watch a lot of shows on Netflix! I put it on for two hours every night before I go to sleep.

What’s one funny habit about yourself that no one else knows about you?

A lot of people know everything about me - I'm an open book, so not really!

Which country do you dream of living in, and why?

I love Malaysia. Even though I travel to a lot of places and many countries are nice for vacations like Japan and New Zealand. But eventually, I still love my own country because home is where everyone close to me is. If I go to New Zealand alone, there's no point because I'll be all alone.

If you could master a new language, what would it be and why?

Japanese because I'm a big fan of anime and manga. I used to study it a while ago until intermediate level, but I stopped.

What are your worst habits?

I'm untidy! My house is very messy, sometimes it takes me half a year to start throwing things out. I'm a hoarder! I buy a lot of things I don't need. Sometimes I buy a lot of clothes that look nice but I don't wear them, so my house is full of things. That's probably my worst habit.


Dari Hati is a documentary series by eGG Network that dives deep into the lives of Malaysia’s top Facebook Gaming Creators, featuring an intimate dialogue and rarely-heard-of stories by the streamers themselves. 

Remember to tune in to eGG Network’s Facebook page this Saturday (26 December) at 8PM (GMT +8) to catch the premiere of Ying Tze's Dari Hati episode.

Have you ever wondered what your favourite Facebook Creator’s strange habits or top local dishes are? In this series of interviews, we sat down with the stars of Dari Hati, an eGGs-clusive special documentary programme, to ask them a few lighthearted questions that were too amusing for the show!


Once a national futsal squad player, Intan Sarah (better known as Intanserah) has found a lot of success hopping on the livestreaming train. From being featured in Yoodo ads to hosting TV shows like Sembang Game, she's bound to pop up in even more places in the future! This week's Dari Hati episode will feature the multi-talented lady sharing her heartwarming story about life, love and her career.

If you could compare yourself with any animal, which would it be and why?

Birds, especially those that like to sing. They always fly high and I want to be like them: just to fly, relax and hopefully achieve something.

What are three things you can’t live without?

Best friend, family and money.

What are your top 3 local foods?

  • Nasi lemak with chicken
  • Tom yum
  • Paprik (Thai-style chili fried) dishes, and basically anything Thai-inspired

What was the first video game you ever played? How were you introduced to it? How did you feel about the game?

Pinball, because there were no other games except that one on the PC. Of course I had fun playing it, I used to spend so many hours playing that game with my friends/family.

What hobbies do you like doing that relaxes or destress you?

Singing, and I also play the guitar. I play games too to relax.

What’s one funny habit about yourself that no one else knows about you?

I'm a very sentimental person so I cry easily.

Which country do you dream of living in, and why?

Switzerland, because there's a lot of very nice scenery there. I went there sometime this year before COVID-19, and it was beautiful. That's a place I'd want to live.

If you could master a new language, what would it be and why?

Mandarin. I used to have a lot of Chinese friends and I tried to learn from them - I found it interesting enough to want to learn more about how to speak the language.

What are your worst habits?

I think I got scolded a couple of times for screaming a lot. (laughs)


Dari Hati is a documentary series by eGG Network that dives deep into the lives of Malaysia’s top Facebook Gaming Creators, featuring an intimate dialogue and rarely-heard-of stories by the streamers themselves. 

Remember to tune in to eGG Network’s Facebook page this Saturday (19 December) at 8PM (GMT +8) to catch the premiere of Intanserah’s Dari Hati episode.

Not your typical streamer

When you hear about internet streamers, usually the last thing that comes to mind is an athlete - and we’re not talking about esports athletes here. That’s where Intan Sarah Anisah Zulgafli, better known as Intanserah, comes in.

This soon to be 21-year-old was famous before she even started streaming - almost three years ago, she represented Malaysia at the KL SEA Games 2017 which propelled her to stardom. Since then, Sarah has stepped out of her comfort zone, experimenting with modelling, acting, and most recently - livestreaming.

Like a lot of amateur streamers, she was just someone who enjoyed gaming. Instead of revelling in games on her own, she decided to share her hobby with a live audience. It started with her sharing montages and clips on her Facebook Page, but after receiving encouragement from her friends (who were streamers as well), she decided to take the plunge. But first, she needed a computer that was good enough to stream. Sarah saved some money to purchase a used PC and began her journey. You could say she struck gold almost immediately. 

Within four months Intanserah had enough views and followers to be made official partner - and now, six months in, she’s one of the most popular PUBG Mobile streamers in Malaysia. With Fredo and Soloz being her role models when it comes to streaming, she’s doing a good job following their footsteps.

“I am often recognized in public but more as a futsal player. However, that has been slowly changing as I’m starting to be known as PUBG Mobile streamer!” she reflected on her current status. “I don’t find that my fame is too much for me to handle.” However, we’re surprised she can even find the time to go out. In addition to playing futsal and livestreaming, she is also enrolled in a university as a full-time student - talk about time management.

When questioned about the future, Sarah replied, “I think I would stream for as long as I can because it’s like a dream job for me. In the future, I would like to invest more time and money on esports to bring it to another level especially in Malaysia.”

Underestimated

Despite proving to be a very capable woman herself, Intanserah still faces the scrutiny from the gaming community - however, she’s more than happy to prove her haters wrong. Just because she’s a female, doesn’t mean she’s bad at sports or games. Fortunately for her, she has an army of viewers (she calls “the best”) she can count on - fans who have been there since her old futsal and singing days. Yes, you read that right - the Billie Eilish-inspired singer also has the chops to cut it as a musician.

Intan Sarah mentioned that she doesn’t have enough time to spend on music, so it’ll remain a hobby - for now. But we wouldn’t be surprised if she pops up on the radio someday!

In the meantime, you can find Sarah busy streaming PUBG Mobile - her favourite game because of its mobile nature, “I like PUBG Mobile as it is easy to play just about anywhere. The game is intense and exciting every time I play and I can play with many of my friends since everyone owns at least one mobile phone.” She’s not opposed to playing other games, but going through her history you’ll be hard-pressed to find any non-PUBG Mobile gaming content on her Facebook page!

Capping off the interview, she had this to say to aspiring streamers, “My advice is: never be afraid of trying new things, just be confident in yourself and enjoy it!” and to her fans out there, “I hope you guys enjoy watching my stream and I hope you guys will support me for as long as I can stream. Thank you for all the support especially to those who were there during my early days of streaming.”

Catch Intanserah live on her Facebook Page most days, streaming PUBG Mobile games. Follow eGG Network for more stories about your favourite Facebook Gaming creators, and remember to apply for our Game & Grow program to take your stream to the next level!

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