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The "Fortnite Mom" Live Streaming Sensation
Fortnite is an online video game that started out as a zombie-style PVE (player versus environment) title, released in July of 2017. In September of the same year, Fortnite Battle Royale was released as a player versus player (PVP) version of the original game.
Twitch.tv: Gaming Highlights & Moments Of 2021 - February
Roshtein Breaks His Own Record And Wins €500,000 After last month's unbelievable win of €326,345, Roshtein outdoes himself just a few weeks later.
Brad Venable, Voice Actor For Video Games And Anime, Has Passed Away
Brad Venable, known for his voice acting in video games and anime, has passed away. Born July 16, 1977, he died at the age of 43 yesterday, and his wife gave people permission to spread the news of his passing. No specific cause of death has been made public at the time of the writing of this article.
The Story of Billy Mitchell
The King of Kong: Billy Mitchell! He’s a great video game player and even has some world records. Unfortunately over the past few years, he’s also built up a reputation as a cheater!
Shigeru Miyamoto: The Person Who Gave Gaming a Storyline
Early Life Shigeru Miyamoto was born on November 16th, 1952 in Sonobi Japan. A small village northwest of Kiyoto, there was plenty of nature to discover near his own home. Growing up in the 50’s, as a kid Miyamoto would pass the time exploring caves near his house. As he got older he became interested in Manga. He attended the Kanazawa Municipal College of Industrial Arts, where he graduated with a degree in Industrial Design. After he graduated he had little interest in becoming an industrial designer - instead, he aspired to become a professional manga artist. He didn’t know he would go on to save the gaming industry.
Should Streamers Pay A License Fee To Game Developers?
Most gamers would love to become a streamer and make money playing their favorite games. With the current resources available, there is nothing stopping the average person from streaming. In fact, there are more than 7.46 million streamers on Twitch alone. Twitch is the top preferred platform chosen by streamers but it is only one platform. There are many others out there.
YouTube Rising Star: Corpse Husband
I'm sure at this rate, anyone would have seen at least one video of Corpse Husband on YouTube. He has been rising on the gaming industry of YouTube with the game Among Us.
The Rise of Youtube's New Minecraft Monarch: Dream
After Minecraft's launch in 2009, gamers have been hopping onto the bandwagon playing it. Ever since then, Minecraft has been gaining popularity in the gaming industry as well as becoming a massive success worldwide. Big gaming YouTubers even promoted it by uploading videos of themselves playing the game, specifically Pewdiepie, Jacksepticeye, along with Markiplier.
Dr Disrespect Will Not Be Returning to Twitch
Guy Beahm, a Twitch streamer commonly known as Dr Disrespect, has been the subject of significant controversy on the popular streaming platform Twitch following a ban from the site. At the time of his ban, Beahm had more than four million followers. He is best known for high quality streams of games such as H1Z1, Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 (particularly the Blackout mode), and Apex Legends. While Twitch routinely avoids commenting on the specifics of users' bans from the site, Beahm himself seems unaware of (or unwilling to disclose) the reasons for his ban, making it a topic of much speculation and discussion in the Twitch community.
Ninja Might Be Moving To YouTube Gaming After Mixer's Downfall
Microsoft recently announced earlier this month that they will be shutting down one of their major streaming platforms known as Mixer. Notably, one of the site's major contributors, Tyler "Ninja" Blevins, had just moved himself the previous year onto the platform after leaving Twitch. Blevins stated that this was due in part to conflicts regarding his contract with Amazon.
Here’s How Gamer Truls Aandal (21) Mastered His English As a Norwegian
Over the last decade, we’ve seen an increase of multiplayer video games, allowing players from all over the world team up together and work towards an objective: winning the game.
A rising star
The 16-year-old has achieved unprecedented levels of growth, not only on Twitch but on YouTube too - on July 27 he had 42,000 subscribers, exactly one month later he had 1.1 million.