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Mizkif shares the perfect “fix” for HAchubby’s street dance performance

Published: 19/Jan/2020 20:55 Updated: 20/Jan/2020 2:35

by Brent Koepp

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Twitch star Matthew ‘Mizkif’ Rinaudo reacted to popular Korean streamer HAchubby‘s dance performance at Santa Monica pier, and had the perfect solution to make her IRL stream better.

HAchubby was one of the breakout stars of Twitch in 2019, amassing over 100,000 followers in just under a year with her hilarious streams where she discovered meme culture with her audience.

During her vacation in the United States, the Korean was doing an IRL broadcast in Southern California, and fellow streamer Mizkif had a hilarious fix for her spontaneous dance at Santa Monica pier.

Instagram: @hachubbytv
The Korean streamer exploded in popularity in 2019.

Mizkif’s “fixes” HAchubby’s dance

HAchubby was visiting Santa Monica, and decided play a fan-created track named after her over some speakers, before she sang along and danced for passersby, and those watching her IRL stream.

During his January 18th broadcast, Mizkif reacted to the clip, and exclaimed, “I was waiting for her to do this!”As he watched the Korean personality busting out her moves, he paused the video and told his chat “Let me fix this for you, guys!”

The streamer then muted the video, and instead put on rapper Waka Flocka Flame’s “Hard in Da Paint” single which was originally released in 2010. The Twitch star then bobbed his head up and down, before cracking a smile.

His chat exploded into laughter, as HAchubby’s dancing matched up to the beat. Mizkif also got into it, and started moving to the song in sync with her dance, making it all the more hilarious.

He then burst into laughter when the clip ended and said, “that was so good,” before moving on to the next clip. He then told his chat, “I’m glad she sang that, honestly. Hearts in the chat for HAchubby!”

The Korean personality has been live vlogging her trip to America, and already has found herself in some amusing situations, such as being attacked by a seagull while eating at the beach.

HAchubby exploded in popularity in 2019, starting the year with just under 500 viewers, and by December had an astonishing 130k followers to her Twitch channel.

The streamer is no stranger to IRL broadcasts either, as she started out initially by filming at her job. So fans can only imagine what she will run into next on travels in America.

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Shroud explains why WoW feels “completely different” in Shadowlands

Published: 25/Nov/2020 2:37 Updated: 25/Nov/2020 2:43

by Alex Tsiaoussidis

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Like most popular streamers, Shroud has been getting stuck into the World of Warcraft: Shadowlands grind, but although he’s enjoyed it so far, he said he feels like the game is “less immersive” than it used to be.

World of Warcraft: Shadowlands has taken the world by storm ever since it launched on November 23. Players have been hopping back into Azeroth to take the reigns of their characters once again.

Popular streamers like Mike ‘Shroud’ Grzesiek have been getting stuck into the grind too. He’s been very open about how much he loves the game and has streamed hours upon hours of World of Warcraft Classic. He even said he was willing to lose viewers to stream it.

Shroud World of Warcraft Shadowlands
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Shroud has thoroughly enjoyed playing World of Warcraft for many years now.

However, Shroud isn’t blinded by his love and adoration for the game. He still has some criticism for World of Warcraft: Shadowlands and MMORPGs in general, and he mentioned them in his latest stream.

“I feel like [MMORPG’s] and WoW, in general, have transcended into something completely different,” he said. “In the past, you [played] because you were immersed. You were leveling up your character. You were getting new items. It felt good to be more powerful and do better things.”

“Now I feel like WoW is like play with friends and kill some shit,” he said. “That feeling of immersion and truly having an impact on the world and your character feeling there has kind of nullified.”

“When I played vanilla WoW in 2005, I was 11 years old, and it felt amazing,” he said. “It felt incredible. It felt like I was in my own realm. I was in my own world. Now it doesn’t feel like that. That feeling is gone.

The relevant part of the video starts at 2:00.

It’s a sentiment that others have echoed time and time again. The consensus is that MMORPGs have been streamlined throughout the years.

However, it hasn’t stopped millions of players, including Shroud, from enjoying World of Warcraft: Shadowlands. 

Plus, despite his criticism, he thinks now is the “best time” for new players to start playing the game because the new leveling process is “really cool.”