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Pokimane cringes watching Myth fail eye tracker test on her videos

Published: 13/Sep/2019 6:26 Updated: 14/Sep/2019 10:38

by Andrew Amos

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Team SoloMid Fortnite streamer Ali ‘Myth’ Kabbani has always had a playful crush on Twitch superstar Imane ‘Pokimane‘ Anys, and he decided to put himself through a rigorous eye tracker test involving her best clips and Instagram pictures. 

Myth and Pokimane are two of Twitch’s biggest streamers, and it’s no secret that  has always liked the OfflineTV personality. The two have collaborated on some videos together, and have kept up a friendly online relationship for all their fans to adore.

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So when Myth decided to hook himself up to an eye tracker and set his sights on his friend’s Instagram page, everyone was looking forward to the result, and her reaction.

Twitter: PokimanePokimane and Myth have collaborated on streams and videos in the past, and appear to be good friends.

On a September 12 stream, Myth decided to test himself, putting an eye tracker on while going through Pokimane’s Instagram feed. 

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The streamer failed miserably, according to his chat, being particularly fascinated with certain parts of Pokimane that shall remain unnamed. 

While Pokimane could see the funny side of the clip, she also had something to say about the rise in popularity of streamers checking out their female counterparts.

“It’s not like I don’t expect people to look at different aspects of a picture, I just don’t want to know about it,” she said. 

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She visibly cringed throughout the entire clip, even gasping and laughing at points. It looked like she was a bit weirded out and nervous about the whole thing, but overall she brushed it off.

However, what she ended up not reacting to was arguably the worse of the two tests, as Myth also used the eye tracker on her most popular Twitch clips.

During that phase, the Fortnite pro’s eyes darted all over as he painfully tried to stop looking at all the wrong places, shouting “this is sabotage!”

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Eye tracking has become quite the popular subject for Twitch streamers. Recently, ‘Mizkif’ was caught looking at videos of ‘Pink Sparkles’ while streaming with eye tracking software on, while Felix ‘PewDiePie’ Kjellberg did a video in 2018 with some of Alinity Divine’s photos.

It is a little bit childish, but it can make for some amusing content for viewers while embarrassing the streamer in a comedic way.

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Josh Richards slams influencers who use the Sway House for clout points

Published: 13/Oct/2020 19:28

by Virginia Glaze

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Josh Richards is one of TikTok’s most popular content creators and an integral part of the Sway House — a group that he’s not too pleased is being used for clout by other influencers looking to get a leg up in the industry.

Josh Richards, who boasts over 22 million followers on TikTok (in no small part due to showing off his abs in every other video), feels that some creators are taking advantage of the Sway House’s kindness to grow their own platforms and split.

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Richards spoke on the situation during an episode of Barstool Sports’ ‘BFFs’ podcast on October 13, claiming that he had at first wanted to help other creators get started by giving them a boost.

“I knew how to pump out a million videos back to back,” he explained. “And I’d do five a day. And then I would see these other kids who were starting to blow up, and I was like, ‘Okay, if I give them a little bit of direction, they could be huge.’”

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However, co-host Dave Portnoy noted that sometimes these kinds of relationships can go south — a sentiment that Richards agreed with, sharing his own experiences with stars just trying to use the Sway House.

“There’s so many people that come to us, and they’ll start filming at our house,” he continued. “I think we’ve gotten better at not letting this happen, but they would just use us for videos. They would sleep over, they would always be like, ‘Get in our videos!’”

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“The thing that sucks about that is that you don’t really know who’s out to get you anymore and then who’s just really trying to be there, be your homie and just vibe with you,” he added. “That really sucks.”

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Richards isn’t the first internet star to make such claims, by far; YouTuber Jake Paul has also infamously accused other creators of using Team 10 to blow up and subsequently “act like they don’t know nobody,” leading to quite a bit of drama in his own realm.

While Richards’ statement has yet to be called out by other TikTokers, it’s not hard to believe that someone would try to piggyback off of someone else’s success in the age of social media fame.