“Non-stop total domination.” That is one of many from Dr DisRespect arsenal of epic quotes. You may have seen him, you may have heard of him, you may have even encountered him in one of the big battle royale games. Behold, Guy “Dr Disrespect” Beahm, a living legend in the live streaming and competitive gaming society. The Doc is one of the biggest stars on Twitch today, amounting to a total of 2,137,885 followers with over 63,797,561 channel views. He is the self-proclaimed “Face of Twitch” who has won two consecutive titles for Streamer of the Year. He is mostly known for playing PUBG and Fortnite, but for the hardcore fans, they know he’s been in the battle royale scene since the days of H1Z1: King of the Kill. Continue reading “Dr DisRespect: The Anti-Hero That Represents the Gamer in All of Us”
Ninja: a name anyone on Twitch is familiar with, whether it’s the audience or the streaming entertainer themselves. Regarded as the “#1 Twitch streamer right now” according to socialblade.com, Tyler “Ninja” Blevins is currently at the top of his game, most notably on his live streams on the widely popular game so far in 2018, Fortnite.
Many consider him as the best Fortnite player around and based on the live streams I have witnessed since I’ve subscribed to him last January 2018, I can totally see why. You may love him or hate him, but Ninja does a hell of a fantastic job playing the battle royale game. It’s like he knows everything about it; from the mechanics to the map layout, the strategies to apply during gunfights and accurate analytics. He sees the game as elementary in a good way— in a fun way, to be exact. Continue reading “Just How Good is Ninja on Fortnite?”
Chill. Funny. Dank. Kappa.
Those are the words that Imaqtpie followers consider him to be. While he may not be one of the most intense Twitch streamers nor the most competitive, Michael “Imaqptie” Santana is one of the most beloved down-to-earth players on the website. Even if he is constantly streaming his duty as an AD Carry for the hit MOBA game, League of Legends, fans are never tired of his shenanigans. Continue reading “Why Do People Still Love to Watch Imaqtpie?”
Sad news in the world of LCS today:
Doublelift has been an incredible personality in the NA LCS community for as long as we can remember. Our hearts go out to him and his family.
— Riot Games (@riotgames) April 2, 2018
Team Liquid’s very own ADC star, Yiliang “Doublelift” Peng, is recently under a story of morbid tragedy after his parents got stabbed by his own brother, Yihong Peng. The cause of the 30-year old brother’s attack was due to a break-up with his girlfriend. Continue reading “Doublelift’s Mother Killed, Father Critically Injured – Brother is Alleged Killer”
Summit1G is one of the biggest streamers alive on Twitch. In fact, based on SocialBlade, the former CSGO competitive player is the 2nd most followed live streamer with a massive number of 3,010,544 followers, with total average channel views of 212,625,564 as of April 2018.
On a daily average, he gets tons of viewers ranging from 30k to 40k. However, recently, his numbers went down to 20k and even only peak at just 15k. If you are a Summit1G follower, you might have been aware of his inconsistency lately when it comes to releasing live streams. Also nowadays, the man has no ideal game he is known for playing, not until recently on his Fortnite and Sea of Thieves games. Continue reading “Summit1g’s Daily Viewer Average Drops in Half”