“NEW META AP SHACO IS OP INSANE CRAZY BURST ONESHOT MADE WHOLE TEAM AFK”
That is one example of many video titles Rabia “Nightblue3” Yazbek puts out on his YouTube channel. That alone has him more than 2.5 million subscribers, launching out plentiful videos that half of the League of Legends community say are “clickbait cancer” while his fans eagerly wait for his new content.
His videos are mainly derived from Twitch, in which he has over 2.2 million followers with more than 200 million total channel views. He currently resides as the #10 in the Top 100 Twitch users based on Followers alone. He has been around in the live stream scene for 8 years and counting—in which throughout those 8 years were filled with League of Legends content, until just recently after his announcement of retiring from the game to focus on the ever-popular battle royale game, Fortnite. Continue reading “Who the Heck is Nightblue3? Here’s all You Could Want to Know”
Sodapoppin has been in the Twitch scene for a very long time now. In fact, he was one of the first Twitch streamers to be ever successful in the platform. Everyone dreams of playing video games, do IRL live vlogs and get paid for it, but for Sodapoppin, he’s living that dream.
For the longest time even to this day, Summit1G is one of the most followed Twitch streamers and considered to be one of the most highly active members on the platform. Known previously for his Counter-Strike: Global Offensive gameplays as well as Pokemon Go and H1Z1, Summit was and still is a very flexible streamer that his fans cannot get enough of.
While he may not be a mainstay for any professional esports teams, he is widely considered to be an all-around skillful player whether it means doing flickshots with an Arctic rifle in CSGO, a run n’ gun assault rifle tactic in Fortnite, or consistently become the last survivor in a battle royale game, he really knows how to please his audience. In fact, some people say that he’s even better than a lot of the players in the professional scene. Continue reading “Who is Summit1G? Everything You Could Want to Know”
“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 more than 2.5 million followers and more than 80 million channel views. He is the self-proclaimed “Face of Twitch” who has won two consecutive titles for both Streamer of the Year and Trending Gamer of the Year 2017. 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 “All You Ever Wanted to Know About Dr. DisRespect (Seriously)”
Perhaps the biggest viewership to date, Fortnite lit up on Twitch with more than 1 million viewers tuning in to the first ever Fortnite Pro-Am competition with $3M at stake to give to charity. The players are separated into duos, making this an exciting matchup of unlikely partners battling each other for a chance to donate to their desired charity and for bragging rights.
On May 23, 2018, EA has released the long-awaited world premiere of the Battlefield V trailer. Fans were hoping it would be a trailer that will surpass Call of Duty Black Ops 4’s world premiere as EA always had since the revelation of Battlefield 3 in 2011. But my oh my, how the tables have turned. As much as the trailer was pretty impressive and being the usual over-the-top action as Battlefield always has been in the past years, this time around, not everyone was happy about what they saw. If you haven’t watched the trailer yet, we got you covered: