Gross Gore destroyed by Ninja after rant over True Geordie podcast - Dexerto

Gross Gore destroyed by Ninja after rant over True Geordie podcast

Published: 3/Dec/2019 11:39

by Matt Porter


Tyler ‘Ninja’ Blevins had the perfect response to verbal criticism from fellow streamer Ali ‘Gross Gore’ Larsen who was furious when the Mixer star called him out on an episode of the True Geordie podcast.

Gross Gore took aim at Ninja back in August, when it was announced that the 28-year-old was leaving Twitch in favor of signing an exclusive deal with Microsoft-owned platform Mixer.

The Brit labeled his streaming peer a “sellout,” and the move “disrespectful,” and when discussing his move on an episode of the True Geordie Podcast with Brian ‘True Geordie’ Smith and Laurence McKenna, Ninja called Gross Gore “the biggest douche I’ve ever seen,” and stated that his criticism was “bulls**t.”

Unsurprisingly, Gross Gore was unhappy with the streamer’s decision to blast him, posting a video on Twitter with the caption; “Have the f**king balls to say my name before you try and sly diss me again.”

“True Geordie and Ninja are talking about me on the latest podcast,” he said. “Am I (the biggest douche)? Really? Have I ever f**king been wrong? Never, you stupid w**k.”

“I look like a douche? You’ve got smurf f**king hair mate. What are you on about? You couldn’t handle the truth. I’m so glad I’m in your f**king brain Ninja. I’m so glad you’re still thinking of me.”

While some may have been stunned by the Twitch streamer’s outburst, Ninja appeared to take his jabs in his stride, sending back a simple: “Who are you?” in response to the video that had Twitter users in stitches at the brutal nature of his response.

Gross Gore chose not to respond to Ninja, but that didn’t stop him from getting in another confrontation, sounding off at YouTuber JJ ‘KSI’ Olatunji who challenged him to a sparring session.

During his appearance on the True Geordie Podcast, Ninja also discussed why he wants to be recognized as the world’s greatest gamer, and also explained why his move to Mixer was partly to help other Twitch broadcasters.


How to watch Pokemon week on Twitch with Pokimane, xQc, more

Published: 25/Nov/2020 17:15

by Alice Hearing


Twitch streamer Ludwig Ahgren has announced a huge event where some of the platform’s biggest streamers will be opening hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of Pokemon cards live on stream. 

Pokemon cards have taken over platforms such as YouTube and Twitch as viewers flock to see their favorite personalities try to find some of the rarest collectibles.

The Pokemon TCG has seen a major explosion in value in 2020. Cards that once traded for nothing in decades past will now sell for as much as a house. Streamers on sites such as Twitch have been buying sealed booster boxes from the 90s to open live for viewers.

Ludwig himself recently scored a major win. On November 22, Twitch star Mizkif broke open 1st Edition sealed packs from the 1999 Fossil set, and Ludwig scored a 1st Edition Dragonite after streamer Trainwreckstv gave his pack to him. Now Ludwig is taking the hobby even further with a huge week-long event.

Pokemon trading cards Twitch stream event Ludwig Ahren
Twitter: Ludwig Ahgren
Ludwig’s event will take place across a week in December

How to watch

Ludwig announced that viewers can tune in to his channel from Monday, December 7 at 4pm PST on Ludwig’s channel where over the course of a week, top streamers will be opening one box of Pokemon cards per day, worth $235,000.

The streamers involved will be Trainwreck, ConnorEatsPants, MoistCr1TiKaL, xQc, Pokimane, and Mizkif. Karl Jacobs will also join in on Connor’s stream according to Ludwig.

Fans have shown a mix of excitement about the event and concern for the sheer amount of money going into the latest craze. One person on Twitter responded, “Pokémon addiction is getting out of hand,” while another user wrote, “This is gonna be awesome to watch the madness unfold.”

Popular streamers have also shown their concern for the trend. Streamer Sodapoppin recently described it as “promoting gambling on stream.” But clearly this hasn’t deterred Twitch’s biggest stars from attempting to cash in.