Shroud recently explained his stance on popular streamers that were banned. This year, names like xQc and Dr. Disrespect banned from conduct. However, the streamer does not think that being banned is that much of a deal. In the case of Dr. he has a very good point. Being banned could have ended up being one of the best features of his career. Fans will remember how people flooded a YouTube stream when they thought he was entering the competition. Shroud argues that these pats on the wrists are little more than vacations for the biggest names in the game. Fans are used to a medium-sized streamer getting caught in cheating or another low-level mistake and paying the price for it. The difference with someone like xQc is that there is no giant that follows when it goes sideways.
“Being banned does not matter,”
“It’s weird how being banned for a big streamer is a best-case scenario that basically makes zero sense,” he added, then immediately drew attention to the consistency of the platform. “Twitch can not really change the rules of how someone is banned on the basis of their best streamers, it is not really fair. I’m just glad they keep it consistent. ”
Recently, the streamer also talked about how Assassin’s Creed Valhalla forms as a GOTY candidate.
“‘Do I think this game could be the game of the year?’ Absolutely not, “said Shroud.” This year’s game is given to titles that are not actually trying to offend. You know what I mean? cash.The direction of the game is not to polish everything, be perfect, make sure all lip-synch is good, make sure all the animations are good.They could do it if they wanted.They really could. “It would just take longer. That’s not the name of this game. The name of this game is to get something out there relatively quickly that people can spend hundreds of hours on. And that’s it. It’s not worth the Game of the Year.”
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