Hey, remember that sudden burst of fisticuffed rage by Summit1G back on May 11, 2018 during a practice session for the H1Z1: Fight for the Crown tournament? No? Well take a good look: https://clips.twitch.tv/DullSuperChinchillaRitzMitz
Yes, that was him ragequitting in a training session with his team. The stream ended abruptly after just a few hours instead of the usual 7 to 8+ hours that he did. Of course, after such hasty act, the internet blew up. Here is a subreddit post from u/chadochocinqo: https://www.reddit.com/r/LivestreamFail/comments/8is7ga/summit_loses_it_practicing_for_h1z1_online/
Continue reading “Summit1G Punches the Camera, Internet Reacts”
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”