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Twitch IRL streamer witnesses brutal sucker punch on random man

Published: 30/Mar/2019 12:58 Updated: 30/Mar/2019 13:45

by Connor Bennett


Twitch streamer Mizkif accidentally captured an insane moment of madness on his stream, as he witnessed a passerby get sucker punched by a random assailant.

What is IRL streaming?

The streamer had been broadcasting his in-real-life [IRL] stream, where he puts a camera on himself and goes on the air to his viewers, for a few hours as he and his pals bounced from bar to bar in Boston – where they are attending, and streaming from, the PAX East 2019 convention.

While he and his friends were stood across the street from Fenway Park, chatting to anyone who passed by and recognized them, his stream somehow incredibly captured one random guy receiving a sucker punch.

Twitter: RealMizkifMizkif usually streams on Twitch from his home, but does venture outside for random IRL streams.

The guy who took the punch had been walking out of a bar, before flicking something away to his left. Upon walking a few more steps, he was on the receiving end of a right-hook from another guy wearing a black hoodie and cap.

The victim was immediately sent flying off his feet and into the wheel arch of a parked truck while other people retaliated on his behalf, chasing after the punch thrower with jabs of their own. 

After turning his camera away from the group of people, showing only his own shocked face, Mizkif’s stream caught the victim being helped away from the area by his friends – seemingly ok, despite the brutal incident.

The streamer had been leaving the area of the fight when two females asked him if he was ‘vlogging’. Stopping to speak to them, Mizkif told the pair to shout themselves out, however, they admitting to ‘lowkey starting the fight.’

“I told those guys they looked like fucking pricks for fighting with the bouncers,” said one of the girls, explaining how she had started the fight. “They were literally fighting the bouncers for no fucking reason.”

After speaking to a few more people about what had happened, the streamer ran into the victim and checked up on how he was doing.

Yet, it was his friend, known as Kevin, who immediately jumped on camera. “I will go finish that motherfucker to death. Till he’s dead, bro,” screamed ‘Kevin,’ who admitted to fighting back after his friend had been sucker punched. “He ran from me,” added Kevin. “Pushed my brother from behind, but when I came up and rocked him, he ran!”

Mizkif didn’t stick around much longer after that, continuing to stream his late-night antics in Boston for a few more hours, as they headed to a few more nightclubs.

There’s no word on if there was any further fall out from the incident or if the streamer will get into trouble with Twitch for accidentally streaming violence on his channel.


Sykkuno reveals new plans after leaving OfflineTV house

Published: 28/Nov/2020 6:38

by Alex Tsiaoussidis


Sykkuno opened up about leaving the OfflineTV house and revealed he plans to move back in with family, but will stick around the Los Angeles area.

Sykkuno has only been a confirmed member of the OfflineTV house since August, but he’s already exploded in popularity. He deserves all the credit, though, since his content and input in collaborated streams has been thoroughly enjoyable.

It’s been a blast having him on board. However, Sykkuno ultimately decided not to stick around, and in one of his latest streams, he shared some details on what he’s planning to do next.

Sykkuno Leaving OfflineTV
Sykkuno has been streaming for a while, but he’s become immensely more popular in recent weeks.

“As most of you guys probably know, [I’m] moving soon,” he said. “So, I’m probably not going to be streaming for a couple of days after today obviously because there’s a lot of moving stuff going on.”

Initially, Sykkuno is planning to move back in with his family, but then he’d evaluate his options and decide what to do next. “I’m probably moving home for a bit, and then we’ll figure it out after that,” he said.

Sykkuno also said he would “probably” stay in Los Angeles in the long run but isn’t planning to buy a house. “That’s a little too expensive for me,” he said. “I don’t think that’s quite happening.”

Sykkuno Leaving OfflineTV
Sykkuno has been streaming Among Us on Twitch along with other popular streamers.

He described the move as a “bit of a hassle” but seemed excited about the future. He’s also adamant about not wanting to live alone. “I don’t want to live alone… I feel like it’s tough,” he said.

This hilariously opened the door for one fan to try and make an ambitious deal. “Pay for my rent, and I’ll live with you,” wrote the fan.

Sykkuno pondered for a moment and then jokingly pitched a counter-offer. “If you pay for my rent, I’ll there too, I suppose,” he said, laughing. “Thank you for the offer.”

Sykkuno didn’t mention anything else beyond that. However, if his meteoric rise continues to grow, the opportunities will be endless.

It comes after other OfflineTV members Scarra and Toast said that the OffliveTV house could be disbanding shortly.

“We can’t have a house that each of us have wives, husbands, our kids, and our pets living in once place,” Toast said in a recent stream.

It seems like Sykkuno’s fans will have his back no matter what he decides though. They’ve become a large and dedicated community in their own right.