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It's twin tendo! The 20-year-old brothers pay off their parents' mortgage with video games


It's twin tendo! The 20-year-old brothers pay off their parents' mortgage with video games

  • Twins use money they made playing video games to pay off their parents' mortgage
  • Identical twins Ben and Matthew Horton started making money at the age of 13
  • They are already making over £ 100,000 a year despite dropping out at age 16

Identical twins Ben and Matthew Horton turned the tables and used the money they earned playing video games to repay their parents' mortgage

Most 20 year olds these days are pessimistic about their chances of getting on the property ladder.

And if they did leave bail, they would most likely turn to mom and dad's bank for help.

But identical twins, Ben and Matthew Horton, turned the tables and used the money they made playing video games to pay off their parents' mortgage.

Despite dropping out of school at the age of 16, the two already earn more than £ 100,000 a year.

The twins started making money when they were just 13 years old. They created an online game and charged £ 5 for players who wanted to unlock additional features while playing the game.

From then on, the business expanded and Matthew learned to make video trailers about the growing number of games, and Ben improved his coding skills.

Due to their great success, they have quickly won millions of fans around the world.

And it has enabled them to help council workers Father Mark and Mother Caroline pay off the mortgage on their family home in Norfolk.

Matthew told the Sunday Mirror, “We did all of these things because we enjoyed it. We are really lucky. "

The twins started earning money at the age of 13. They created an online game and charged £ 5 for players who wanted to unlock additional features while playing the game

The twins started making money when they were just 13 years old. They created an online game and charged £ 5 for players who wanted to unlock additional features while playing the game

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