Jack ‘CouRage’ Dunlop has expressed his appreciation to his followers for continuing their support as he streamed Marvel’s Spider-Man instead of Fortnite.
Ex-Call of Duty World League caster CouRage moved into streaming full-time in March to follow his dream of creating content, and is now best known for playing Fortnite.
Since his move, CouRage’s channel has grown quickly and he now has over 755,000 followers. While this is great news for him, as with any streamer, the pressure has been on to maintain those numbers.
Following the release of Marvel’s Spider-man, CouRage chose to swap his usual battle royale favorite for the action-adventure game and was pleased to find that his followers turned up to watch him play - and that they still enjoyed his stream.
CouRage expressed what a learning point this was for him and admitted he had been worried about swapping games in case people didn’t want to watch.
This was a super eye opening experience for me this weekend. I was always so scared to switch off Fortnite because I didn’t think anyone would care to watch my stream.
Instead it was the exact opposite. We all got into the story together. Can’t wait for more in the future.
— Jack “CouRage” Dunlop (@CouRageJD) September 10, 2018
Following the success of these streams, CouRage has suggested he will be expanding into more games in future. Fortnite fans don’t need to worry though, as he also said battle royale games have his heart.
He will be testing the waters again this week (September 10-17) with a slightly different game, as he teams up with Clint ‘Maven’ Evans, Joe ‘MerK’ DeLuca and Tyler ‘TeePee’ Polchow for the Black Ops 4 Blackout beta.