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”
“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 2.4 million subscribers, launching out plentiful videos that half of the League of Legends community say are “clickbait cancer” while his fans eagerly await for his new content.
His videos are mainly derived from Twitch, in which he has 2,194,353 followers and overall channel views of over 189,825,480. 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 “Behind One of LoL’s Most Iconic Personalities – Nightblue3”