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Emotional Streamer Rage Quits His Broadcast Because No One Was Putting Anything in the Chat

Published: 16/Aug/2018 19:17

by Albert Petrosyan

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A Twitch streamer named ‘RAGE’ got quite emotional in his latest stream when no one was putting anything in his chat.

He got so emotional in fact, that he turned off his live broadcast out of anger, not wanting to continue staring at the emptiness of his chat box.

RAGE was streaming ‘We Happy Few’ on August 16 when he noticed that almost every one of his viewers was lurking and not typing.

This got him irritated, to the point where he went on an angry and emotional rant about his audience being “dicks” and proceeded to turn off his stream.

“All of you guys are dicks, fucking dicks. Two hours every time, I’m always on two hours every time. You guys fucking come in and you fucking act like you’re here, then fucking leave, and that’s how it is. I just have to get used to it, but it’s not fucking fair. Bye! Fuck this stream, I’m fucking ending it. I’m fucking ending it right now! It’s fucking over.”

Being a Twitch streamer can sometimes be very difficult and frustrating for a number of reasons, one of which is having an inactive chat.

Knowing that there are viewers watching the stream but not seeing any messages being typed in the chat can be a exasperating experience, especially for a partnered streamer like RAGE.

Judging by his reaction, this type of things happens often in his stream, and apparently always at around the two hour mark.

However, with nearly 13,000 followers and a partnership with Twitch, it’s unlikely that RAGE will let this type of thing stop him from continuing to pursue a streaming career.

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Jake Paul challenges Conor McGregor, Logan Paul & more after boxing win

Published: 29/Nov/2020 14:38

by Daniel Cleary

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Jake Paul has already set his sights on new boxing opponents such as Conor McGregor, Dillon Danis and even his brother Logan Paul, after his impressive second round K.O. victory over former NBA star Nate Robinson.

Following the highly anticipated Tyson vs Jones Jr boxing card on November 28, YouTube star Jake Paul came away from the night as one of the biggest winners after his win over Nate Robinson went viral.

The Calabasas-based content creator put on a strong performance in the co-main event with a knockout in the second round, moving to a 2-0 record as a professional boxer, and immediately began issuing challenges for his next bout.

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Conor McGregor was one of the fighters Jake Paul challenged to a boxing fight.

During the post-fight interview, Jake Paul revealed that he would soon be looking to take a step up in competition after his time off, even challenging some of the biggest MMA stars in the world.

He explained that he would be interested in taking on Conor McGregor, a two-division UFC champion, as well as Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu star and undefeated Bellator fighter, Dillon Danis, who he has had an ongoing feud with.

“I’m taking this seriously,” Paul explained, predicting KO victories over both athletes, “There’s a long list of opponents that I want. Conor McGregor, Dillon Danis, I’m going to knock them both out.”

While many viewers claimed it could be too soon for Jake to take on life-long fighters, he also shared a list of other content creators he’d like to meet in the ring, including his brother Logan Paul and YouTube rival KSI.

“There’s my brother, there’s KSI on the line, Austin McBroom.” he admitted, “I want to be in this sport a long time. I’m in love with it, so why not.”

KSI was quick to respond to the challenge, claiming that he was not impressed with Jake’s performance on the night, even though he had earned multiple knockdowns during the bout.

Whether he will get to fight any of these stars in the coming months remains unclear, but he has certainly generated a lot of hype around his name following his impressive win.