ICE_POSEIDON Locks Another Five Contestants in His Closet and is Allowing Viewers to Mess With Them - Dexerto

ICE_POSEIDON Locks Another Five Contestants in His Closet and is Allowing Viewers to Mess With Them

Published: 2/May/2018 10:32 Updated: 14/Mar/2019 13:07

by Mike Kent


Controversial IRL streamer ICE_POSEIDON has locked five contestants in his closet for a live-streamed gameshow on his YouTube channel. 

Paul ‘ICE_POSEIDON’ Denino is one of the more daring real-life streamers currently on the internet, with a fanatical audience who are willing to do anything in pursuit of a few laughs.

In April 2017 he was banned permanently from Twitch after he was swatted on a plane following a prank call from one of his views. The live streaming website deemed his attempts to hide his location before getting on the flight as unacceptable.

As a result, ICE went straight over to YouTube and continued to stream on a daily basis from his Hollywood apartment, and has continued to push the boundaries of what’s acceptable.

In March 2018 he attempted to see how long a number of contestants could last in his closet, with an estimated time frame of 72 hours. The entire thing was streamed and viewers could donate to play any music track of their choice into the room. After four hours the police arrived at the property and shut it down.

Not one to be stopped, ICE_POSEIDON has started up the gameshow again and on May 1st he placed five contestants in the closet, with viewers once again allowed to play any kind of sound they wanted through to the giant speaker. There appears to be plenty of weed and alcohol to keep everyone happy.

Over the course of the stream, the viewers will vote out each contestant one by one until a winner is crowned.

You can watch the full stream (or VoD if it’s ended) below.


Sykkuno announces streaming return with Valkyrae after moving to Vegas

Published: 17/Jan/2021 3:12 Updated: 17/Jan/2021 3:13

by Alex Tsiaoussidis


Sykkuno has been busy moving to Las Vegas, but his return to streaming is imminent. He’s set to return on January 17 alongside some big names including Valkyrae.

Sykkuno announced he was moving to Las Vegas after dropping hints for quite some time. He started moving on January 15, and naturally, it meant he wouldn’t be streaming until the move was complete.

Fortunately, it seems like he’s all settled in and almost ready to go. He hasn’t posted anything about it yet. However, he mentioned it to another streamer named Ray_C while playing Rust. Then, it was also later confirmed by Rachel ‘Valkyrae’ Hofstetter.

Twitch: Sykkuno
Sykkuno’s popularity skyrocketed in the last few months of 2020.

Sykkuno crossed paths with Ray C on the OfflineTV Rust server. Initially, they were talking about the game and preparing for a potential team fight. Then, Ray_C wished him well with the move. “I hope your move goes well, man,” he said.

There was a bit over overlap at first. However, Sykkuno didn’t hesitate to respond once he had a chance. “It’s going pretty well,” he said. “I think I might be back online tomorrow or something.”

But it seems like it’s more than a mere possibility. Valkyrae announced that she’d be streaming Raft with some other big-name streamers, including Sykkuno. It’s exciting news since his fans didn’t expect him to be back so soon.

“Raft with Jodi, Sykkuno, Toast, Abe, John, and Corpse [has] moved to tomorrow at 5 pm PST!” she wrote. “I’ll see ya then.” Of course, it doesn’t mean it’s one hundred percent locked in, but it’s about as official as it gets.

Sykkuno’s fans can’t wait to see him back in action. Even though he shot to fame in the last quarter of 2020, he’s already become an integral part of the streaming community.

It sounds a bit melodramatic, but his absence leaves a void, and it’ll be good to see him back where he belongs.

It’ll be interesting to see what he says about his move, and how well he’s managed to settle into his new home.