Fortnite: Being a Famous Streamer Damages the Export Career of Myth

Fortnite Being a Famous Streamer Damages the Export Career of Myth

Myth, Captain of the SoloMid Team, is today one of the most famous Fortnite players in the world and regularly attracts thousands of spectators during his streams. The boy, however, explains how this activity, unfortunately, does not reconcile (in fact, goes against it) with a professional career.

For many streamer, the release of the Battle Royale mode in September 2017 has been a real cure and has led to a huge period of growth, thanks to the fact that the title has become the most popular in the world among spectators and Twitch streamer. Myth, in fact, was a small streamer on Twitch before the arrival of the Fortnite cyclone.

It has seen its popularity increase rapidly, with over 100,000 admissions in the early days of the game thanks to fans tuning in to its channel when the other celebrity, Tyler “Ninja” Blevins ended their stream.

According to the boy, his streamer activity would have hindered his competitive career. In particular, it would have made it terribly difficult to find a partner to play with in Duo. The boy complains that people play and act falsely when they know they are paired with a known streamer.

This is, of course, a big problem as players tend to be too compliant with the famous turn streamer, even supporting obviously wrong decisions or plays.

This is why Myth has been pairing with Jacob “Heads” Churchfield of the Misfits Gaming for a while: precisely because he appreciates more sincerity and confrontation. It seems in fact that Heads does not send them to say if something is wrong as it should.

Now, therefore, Myth and Heads are involved in the Fortnite World Cup qualifiers, recently plagued by a flood of problems and criticisms. We’ll see if they can qualify and fly to New York.