First-person shooter Michael Grzesiek, better known by Shroud, returned to Twitch on Wednesday and was rewarded with a great number of viewers.
Grzesiek’s Twitch stream peaked at around 516,000 viewers, who ended up watching it tastefully with its audio settings and bit rate. After making sure his current was OK, he started transmitting evaluationsignificantly increasing the live viewer of the game on Twitch. During the live stream, Grzesiek said he expected only 200,000 fans to stand out.
The anger over his return is not surprising, as he was previously one of Twitch’s most recognizable residents before signing a deal with Mixer. Following the closure of the Microsoft-owned streaming service, fans speculated about where it would go. After a month of silence, he began harassing his return to Twitch via Twitter.
“I do not know why there are so many of you here, but I appreciate it,”; Grzesiek said in the broadcast. “I’m just a normal friend who likes to play a lot of games. Crazy crazy, man. Crazy.”
Despite the evictions, Grzesiek told viewers not to expect anything offensive from the stream, citing DrDisrespect’s heavily produced YouTube stream that included a detailed Lamborghini presentation. In contrast, Grzesiek’s life flow was much lower. Likewise, Grzesiek’s comeback overshadowed almost everyone else in the livelihood service, with other popular Twitch feeds, as this post reached only about 50,000 viewers.
Grzesiek first gained notoriety as a counter-strike streamer before joining Cloud9 to play the game professionally. After a brief pro career, Grzesiek switched to full-time broadcasting, where he became a more popular Twitch broadcaster, with an emphasis on royal battle games like Players unknown battlefields and Legends Apex, as well as other multiplayer shooters.