Despite the streaming problems at the start, Grzesiek amassed over 13,000 subscribers during his streaming session. CashApp contributed the largest with 1,337 subs.
“At first, I wasn’t (nervous). But then I saw the viewers climbing and I was like, ‘I don’t deserve this’,” said Shroud.
“I’m just a dude who plays games. I don’t have much production value, I’m just here, I shoot some heads,” he added.
DrDisrespect started streaming on YouTube recently following his Twitch ban. His return also peaked at 500,000 views.
That being said, all eyes are on Shroud and Tyler “Ninja” Bevins on where they will stream next before their announcement.
When Shroud announced his return to Twitch. It is pretty much a gold mine for him as his loyal followers will surely catch his stream on the first day.
Besides his followers, FPS games are almost synonymous with his name due to his “godlike aim.”
Meanwhile, Ninja is returning to Twitch as well. The Fortnite streamer will be hosting The Ninja Battles event today at 12:00 PM PT. This marks his return to the platform.
Shroud and Ninja are two of the biggest names in the industry today. Thus people are always keeping an eye on their moves.
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