On the evening of April 10, 2018, Michael “Shroud” Grzesiek hosted a 5+-hour live stream for the usual PUBG session. But instead of closing it out with Battlegrounds, he tried out another battle royale game that was in closed alpha which looks quite promising: it’s called “Islands of Nyne: Battle Royale.” Despite the ridiculous name, it actually seems to be quite an enjoyable BR game. Shroud liked it, so why not others? Continue reading “Shroud on Islands of Nyne: “It’s like PUBG but Hunger Games””
I never thought I would wake up to watch a stream from Nightblue3 playing League…again. Yes, I guess we can say that NB3 is officially back on playing League of Legends despite the last “comeback” last April 6, 2018, saying, “I’m just playing this again because Fortnite has been glitchy and it’s frustrating,” after the said explanation, guess who’s back jungling again kappa. Continue reading “Imaqtpie Defeats Nightblue3 for “Best Jungler in the Game””
On March 20th of 2018, Rabia “Nightblue3” Yazbek tweeted his retirement from playing League of Legends saying:
Hey guys I've been thinking about this for awhile and I've come to the conclusion that I just don't get the same satisfaction from playing/streaming League anymore.
I'm officially announcing I quit League.
I've been playing the same game for 8 years and I feel now it's
— Nightblue3 (@Nightbloo) March 20, 2018
This left fans with lots of questions and concerns towards his sudden tweet. Some even felt like this was uncalled for whilst others supported his decision. Almost a month later, after daily live streams of Fortnite, a game in which he and majority of live streamers play nowadays, on April 7, 2018, he finally returned to his roots on Summoner’s Rift. This left a lot of his long-time fans enthusiastic for his latest live stream and most of them missed his old League sessions. Continue reading “Nightblue3 Snubs “Retirement”, Returns to League of Legends”
On April 4, 2018, the global sensation battle royale game, Fortnite, has released new updates for v3.4, on top of their already refreshing patch that included Easter skins and weapons: the vending machines, a First Shot Accuracy system for bullet-type weapons, and the Raven skin set.
On April 5, 2018, Top Twitch star Tyler “Ninja” Blevins gave his audience a good taste of the latest patch. “This outfit is sick, dude” he uttered after purchasing it for 2000 v-bucks. With him is another great Fortnite player, Hysteria, to play duo matches for the whole stream, who also bought the Raven skin set. Now Ninja has a mate to reap the island off of plebs and tryhards. Continue reading “Ninja Becomes the Angel of Death, Spits Hot Fire with His Own Rap”
Michael “Shroud” Grzesiek of Cloud9 has done it again; concluding a live stream session with a bang and a large hype for the PUBG community.
On the April 3 live stream, the competitive PUBG player gave the audience a glimpse of the latest map from the PUBG team titled, “Savage”, as part of their upcoming latest patch, alongside weapon skins. The map this time is much smaller, with a size of 4 x 4 km, half the measurements of PUBG’s last two maps, both being 8 x 8 km. Savage is proven to be more compact, with more frequent firefights and tons of new intense moments. Continue reading “Shroud Closes Stream With Amazing Gameplay on the Latest PUBG Map”