Tyler1 fans shocked by the disgusting state of his Twitch streaming setup

Published: 16/Apr/2019 11:31 Updated: 16/Apr/2019 15:49

by David Purcell


Twitch viewers might have spent countless hours watching their favorite streamers, but not everyone will showcase their setup – especially when it’s as shocking as Tyler ‘Tyler1’ Steinkamp’s. Let’s take a look at how it compares to Ninja‘s and shroud‘s…

There’s a good chance that the popular internet personality, who is well-known for some of his raging antics during livestreams, might be a little bit annoyed to find that his girlfriend revealed his dirty gaming area during one of her broadcasts on April 15. 

His girlfriend, League of Legends player’s room. 

“His keyboard is so gross but he doesn’t like when I show it so I’m just going to move away before he gets mad at me,” she added, before deciding to leave the room with their cats. 

How does Tyler1’s Twitch setup compare to Ninja and shroud?

Tyler1 might be a high profile streamer with a large audience, with over 2.3 million followers on Twitch at the time of writing, but his rather dirty setup doesn’t seem to match the standards set by others with large fanbases. 

Tyler ‘Ninja’ Blevins and Michael ‘shroud’ Grzesiek both boast phenomenal gaming setups, as seen below, which must make fans wonder the reasons why Tyler1’s isn’t as professional as some might think. 

Ninja’s PC setup

Blevins is really open about changes that he makes to his gaming setup, showing off his new streaming room in October 2018 – as seen in the clip below. It’s a whole dedicated space for streaming, with his branding all over it, and it looks fantastic. 

Shroud’s PC setup

Here’s a photo shroud posted of his dual-PC gaming setup on January 19. It’s very possible that there have been some changes since, as he’s always looking to improve it, but there’s certainly no ripped seats like that of Tyler1. 

In fairness, Ninja and shroud have undoubtedly attracted a much larger fanbase than Tyler1 since all three started to stream – which brings, of course, monetary advantages. 

However, that won’t stop fans from being shocked to see the differences in how each of them look after their equipment. 


TheGrefg breaks Ninja’s world record for most-viewed Twitch stream

Published: 2/Dec/2020 1:27

by Bill Cooney


Spanish streamer ‘TheGrefg’ has broken Ninja’s world record for most people watching a Twitch stream during the Galactus Fortnite event.

David ‘TheGrefg’ Cánovas made Twitch history while streaming the Galactus event, which marked the end of Fortnite season 4, when he had more people watching him at once than any other individual Twitch streamer ever has in history.

The Spaniard was watching and reacting to the event, and captures appear to confirm that he reached a total of 660,000 people watching his stream at the same time before Twitch unfortunately crashed.

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A screenshot showing Grefg surpassing 660K viewers.

The previous record you might remember was held by Ninja from when he teamed up with rapper Drake, where the duo peaked at 635k viewers at once while playing Fortnite back in 2018.

This insane amount of simultaneous viewers in a broadcast was almost double the figures of the previous record, held by  DrDisrespect — now streaming on YouTube — when he had 338,000 during his return stream in February 2018.

Grefg looking over his Twitch stats from Dec. 1

Now, the title for most-watched stream on Twitch now belongs to TheGrefg, and while there are no official figures yet, screenshots and clips definitely seem to indicate the streamer managed to bring in than 660,000 people simultaneously.

Grefg was far from the only streamer posting impressive viewer counts during the Galactus event, which actually “broke” Twitch and caused the site to temporarily crash following the big reveal. This is the big reason why the official viewer count, while definitely impressive, isn’t exactly known just yet.

The event itself officially closed out Fortnite Season 4, with the Season 5 update arriving at 9 PM PT / 12 AM ET / 5 AM GMT on Wednesday, December 2, according to Epic Games, with downtime expected to last all the way up to 1 AM PT / 4 AM ET / 9 AM GMT.

After that, the brand new season will kick off, and Fortnite fans — including Grefg — will get to check out all of the new content. Whether the streamer will be able to repeat his impressive record-breaking feat remains to be seen, but we certainly wish him the best of luck.