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Shroud announces his exclusive return to Twitch

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Popular streamer, Shroud, has announced his return to Twitch. The reveal ends the countless speculations of where he would stream next.

Michael “Shroud” Grzesiek is currently one of the most popular streamers today. However, his career went on a break after the streaming platform, Mixer, folded down.

His transfer from Twitch to Mixer made headlines last year. This is because it is one of the biggest deals made for a streamer.

He said, “I am so excited to be able to announce my return to Twitch and more importantly get back to streaming.”

“Twitch is where I was able to first turn my passion for streaming into a successful career,” he added.

“As I was exploring options, I realized that there was no better place than Twitch to engage with the best and most loyal gaming community worldwide,” Shroud said.

This time, Grzesiek is looking forward to his return to Twitch exclusively. He will start his stream by August 12, 11 p.m. PST.

Will Ninja return as well?

Last year, Tyler “Ninja” Bevins left Twitch for Microsoft’s Mixer as well. Facebook Gaming reportedly offered double to both streamers. However, Shroud and Ninja declined the offer.

With Shroud confirming his return to Twitch, Ninja is still mum on where he will sign with.

Bevins did a quick stream on his YouTube channel last month. This prompted speculations that he might move to YouTube Gaming.

However, Bevins has activated his Twitch channel earlier this month. It might seem like that he will return to the platform as well.

With Shroud confirming his move, Ninja’s announcement might be arriving in the coming days.

Featured image used courtesy of Shroud/YouTube Screenshot

Aim Orallo

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