When it comes to streamers on Twitch, that aren’t many bigger names than shroud. He was hot on the heels of Tyler ‘Ninja’ Blevins before the former Halo pro made the major jump over to Mixer but was also recently surpassed by Turner ‘Tfue’ Tenney.
The former Counter-Strike: Global Offensive pro has racked up close to seven million followers on the live streaming platform with thousands tuning in to watch him play games every day - even if he just grinding out days of WoW Classic. Yet, sometimes he breaks out surprises for them along the way.
During his September 5 livestream, the former CS:GO professional was a few hours into his WoW Classic playthrough when viewers noted a huge package over his shoulder that looked like a PC.
The streamer showed it off, showing his viewers a custom-built PC that had his logos on and was decked out in his stream’s color scheme. “It’s super cool, like, they’ve got my logo right here,” shroud commented, while pointing out the numerous uses of his emblem across the beast of a machine.
Some fans also quickly asked why the PC was sat behind him and not being utilized instead of his old set-up that he had been streaming on still.
“I haven’t set it up yet though because, I’ll be honest, I’ve been into WoW,” shroud answered, before breaking into laughter. “Way into WoW, but I’ll set it up this weekend.”
Of course, having the opportunity to rep their favorite streamer and, perhaps, even support him by purchasing a similar build was also mooted by his viewers but shroud noted that it was purely a custom.
Though, if anyone wants the own custom shroud-themed PC, they’ll just have to morph into him and replicate his incredible streaming success.
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