If These Esports Fans Aren't Giving Each Other Handjobs, They're Very Good Actors

This past weekend at IEM Katowice, Counter-Strike pro Janusz "Snax" Pogorzelski did an interview on behalf of his team Virtus Pro, since they'd ended up in last place. The interview footage gained attention thanks to a brief cutaway to the stands, which captured an insatiable couple going to town on each other.

Image: TVP

Around three minutes into the interview, uploaded yesterday by Polish broadcaster TVP, the horny couple can be spotted in the lower right of the stadium seats, kissing and appearing to be rubbing their hands on each other's crotches. Ah, young love!

Eagle-eyed fans not only noticed the couple in the first place, but also recognised who they are. It appears to be Daniel Artur Pawlak, a Polish YouTuber with hundreds of millions of subscribers who goes by DeeJayPallaside. He looks to be locking lips with the League of Legends streamer Mrs Honey. Some of the Twitch footage of the event shows a clearer shot of the pair sitting in a more chaste pose: No kissing, just cuddling.

After the video went viral, DeeJayPallaside and Mrs Honey hosted a live Q&A on YouTube to address the rumours. You don't have to speak their language to tell that a whole lot of subscribers and donations appear to be rolling in thanks to all of this.

If you do speak Polish, please get in touch. We'd love to know if they admitted that the mutual handies were a YouTuber stunt, though if it's a stunt, they're incredibly committed to it.


Comments

    Ah, young love!

    Ah, double standards!

    Let's get preachy about people's sexual privacy and then report on two people unwittingly being filmed in an intimate situation.

      Well, if you're jerking someone off/finger banging in public you've really abandoned the concept of expecting privacy. Doing it at an event you know is televised is just asking for it.

      But this does seem more like a Something Awful story.

        Sure they were 'asking for it' (which is another example of double standards - what about women who go out in public dressed in a revealing way? Should they be filmed and ogled online?) but what happened to having a sense of decency in reporting? Like you say, it is something awfully like a Something Awful post.

          If you wear revealing clothing or perform sex acts in a public place and someone photographs you, tough shit - you’re in public and have no reasonable expectation of privacy.

            Someone seeing or photographing you is one thing. PUBLISHING that photo is quite different. PUBLISHING that photo and IDENTIFYING you to all and sundry is even worse. Call it tough shit if you like. If that happened to someone you know, you'd sing quite a different tune I'm sure.

              Actually it isn't - celebrities are photographed out in public doing all sorts of things and there's nothing stopping people publishing their photos or identifying them. If you do something in public, and you get photographed, and it's published, and you're identified, it's your own poor judgement for doing that thing in public. There's no double standard or conflicting law or anything else here - they did this in public where there's no reasonable expectation of privacy and were caught. Don't want to be photographed? Don't do it in public!

              If someone I knew did this, I wouldn't change my tune at all. I don't think Kotaku should be splashing this kind of tabloid-trash 'article' on the site, but they shouldn't have been doing this anyway. It's probably a misdemeanour or offence anyway.

      You're kidding right? The only victims here are the people sitting around them!

        Come on now, we were all young and stupid once. Hormones and all that.

          Oh I'm all for it, but I don't care how old you are (as long as you're roughly an adult) if you do that shit right in front of a bunch of people and where there's cameras..... You've forfitted your right to privacy or dignity.

          The good news is I'm sure anyone willing to be that brazen gives zero f*cks!

          No. Hormones don't override the sense of common decency. Or at least they won't on a human half in control of themselves.

      What an odd reaction, and it's not the first time.

    cool story, Nerd gets handjob.

    How old are the editors of this site? Seriously.

    I didnt realise FHM were writing for a games site these days.

      Well I laughed. Those people are f*cked up.

      We were all nerds once.

      Now we're just a group of cool guys, sitting around and wishing we were getting those nerdy handjobs.

    New low for Kotaku? Probably not but come on - even you guys are better than this.

    YouTuber with hundreds of millions of subscribers

    PDP aint even close to this guy lmao... Think you may have meant thousands ;)

    Come now people.. they are just practising and raising their APMs in preparation for their match

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