Small Twitch streamer in tears after massive host from Apex Legends pro dizzy
Twitch streamer NiceWigg broke down in tears when he realized NRG’s Apex Legends professional player dizzy had hosted his broadcast on the platform.
The gamer, who streams with what looks to be a large Dragon Ball Z inspired wig on his head, was seen getting emotional on his April 9 broadcast after being given the opportunity.
Dizzy has been dominating Apex Legends tournaments since the game was first released on February 4, teaming up alongside Tyler ‘Ninja’ Blevins and others for many victories in King’s Canyon, which has made him an instant hit on Twitch.
NiceWigg tried to put into words how much it meant to him to be hosted by such an established player in the game’s competitive community, but the emotions seemed to get the better of him.
“That’s all I want man,” the streamer said, clearly moved by the gesture. “It’s all I wanted to do is stream, dude. All I want to do is talk to people and have fun man. What’s going on bro? Thank you so much, dizzy.”
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Once he laid out his goals as a streamer, to reach out to thousands of people and help them in the future, NiceWigg – whose real name is Jack – claimed that it was the “craziest moment” in his life.
After hosting Jack’s stream, dizzy posted a message to his fans: “Making others smile and happy just warms my heart. I love you guys,” he tweeted.
Making others smile and happy just warms my heart. I love you guys >
— NRG dizzy (@Dizzy) April 10, 2019
It’s unclear whether or not the message is directly related to NiceWigg’s reaction, but it is obvious to see that dizzy generally takes great pleasure in helping other streamers and Jack couldn’t have been happier on this occasion.Article continues after ad
Dizzy himself has enjoyed a massive rise in popularity in the space of only a few months, proving that with dedication and a helping of good luck, it is possible to make it big in the competitive world of streaming.