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How to watch biggest Among Us stream ever ft. PewDiePie, xQc, Summit1g, more

Published: 25/Sep/2020 19:30 Updated: 20/Oct/2020 10:48

by Brent Koepp

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G FUEL is partnering up with some of the biggest streamers for an Among Us broadcast you won’t want to miss. The event will feature Felix ‘PewDiePie’ Kjellberg, Jaryd ‘Summit1g’ Lazar, popular rapper Logic, and more. 

Despite releasing in 2018, Among Us has become the latest gaming phenomena to sweep the industry. Its tense gameplay has made it a massive hit on streaming sites like Twitch.

On September 25, popular energy drink company G FUEL is hosting the game’s biggest event yet. Here is everything you need to know about how to tune in.

among us artAmong Us is one of the most popular games on Twitch right now.

How to watch G FUEL Among Us stream

The event will bring together some of the biggest personalities from both Twitch and YouTube. Participants include PewDiePie, Summit1g, xQc, Adept, Logic, Dakotaz, TrainwrecksTV, Lirik, MoistCritikal, and GibiASMR.

The G FUEL broadcast is on Friday September 25, and will go live at 12 PM PST/ 3 PM ET / 8 PM BST on Twitch and YouTube. You will be able to catch the broadcast on any of the contestants’ channels that we have listed above.

Below we have embedded G FUEL’s official Twitch channel for your convenience. The broadcast should go live on September 25 at the times listed above, so just refresh the page.

While most of the contestants are on Twitch, PewDiePie will seemingly be streaming from his YouTube channel. So if you want to see the Among Us games from his POV, be sure to tune in to the Swede’s channel.

This isn’t the first time the 30-year-old YouTuber has collaborated with streamers on another platform. On September 16, he collaborated with Imane ‘Pokimane’ Anys for an Among Us match that featured other personalities.

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Pokimane sneakily eliminated PewDiePie from their Among Us match.

Among Us originally made its debut back in 2018, and was created by studio InnerSloth. However, the game has seen an explosion in popularity in 2020 following its massive success on streaming sites.

G FUEL’s sponsored stream is one of the biggest broadcasts to date of the game, and will bring major stars from multiple platforms together under one roof. It will be sure to be an event that you won’t want to miss.

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Mako and CouRage made Ninja ‘rage quit’ hilarious game of Among Us

Published: 27/Oct/2020 22:52

by Alan Bernal

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Expert trolls and fellow 100 Thieves streamers CouRage and Mako had their fun with Ninja during an Among Us stream that made the world’s most popular gamer ‘rage quit’ in disbelief with what he was seeing.

Anyone who’s stepped into the shoddy facilities in Among Us knows that the game can devolve into hilarious antics to either convince people of your evidence or throw people off the trail.

While matches with strangers can sometimes morph into really sweaty games, playing with friends or acquaintances is where the fun really starts to heat up as you get to know everyone’s quirks and tells.

But knowing your enemy can also open the door to explosive moments, especially if you know what makes a particular person erupt in madness.

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The vote was split, no one was ejected, and Ninja wasn’t having it.

Well it looks like Ninja and company weren’t on the same page during one match, which gave way to an excellent moment in CouRage’s channel where the Red crew member ‘rage quit’ in a losing battle.

The game was down to just five crew members with two imposters still alive when a dead body was reported. This was basically matchpoint for the imposters if no one in the party got voted off or if the wrong person gets chosen.

“I screamed at the top of my lungs after I said ‘I passed.’ I put sus on Froste again but I f***ing passed, and the ones who voted him were Orange, Purple, and Pink,” Ninja protested as he presented his evidence.

This pivotal moment wasn’t lost on Ninja but – by the sound of it – the lobby was already tainted from previous games, which amounted to jokes and jabs going unrecognized within the actual discourse to find the imposter.

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After crew members cast their votes, however, no one was ejected. He blew his lid at that point, since it gave the imposters a clear path to victory.

Apparently Ninja rage quit by leaving his Red crew member idle in the lost game, and CouRage said he even through his headset. Ninja later found out that the person he voted for, the Pink player, was indeed an imposter.

This is exactly the kind of tortuous gameplay that Among Us players equally love and hate, but this round didn’t quite go Ninja’s way.