For the past month, Michael “Shroud” Grzesiek has been on top of the streaming world. The launch of Apex Legends catapulted the former Counter-Strike pro into a higher echelon of Twitch popularity than he’d ever achieved playing games like PUBG and Fortnite, bringing him up to 100,000 subscribers and nearly 6 million followers. Yesterday, his good fortune came to a halt when he got into a scooter accident.
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Earlier this month, one of Twitch’s most popular streamers, Michael “Shroud” Grzesiek, landed himself in hot water by taking a ride with a hacker who had figured out how to Mary Poppins entire cars into the sky. Shroud has since changed his ways.
During a livestream yesterday Twitch streamer Michael “Shroud” Grzesiek stated that he received a one month ban from PUBG following an incident where he played alongside a hacker.
The ban comes on the heels of lengthy community speculation as to whether or not the game’s developers would actually discipline one of their game’s most popular streamers.
Michael “Shroud” Grzesiek, a popular PUBG Twitch streamer known for his skilled play and quick reflexes, recently played alongside a hacker. When fans noticed the hacker on Shroud’s stream and shared clips on social media, it sparked debate over what to do about top players fraternising with cheaters.
"Doc, I'll give you $100 if you hit this shot," ex-CSGO pro and popular PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds streamer Shroud said to fellow PUBG streaming superstar and moustache-with-a-soul Dr Disrespect. "Headshot," Shroud added. "Has to be a headshot."