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Entertainment • Jun 19, 2019

Summit1g blasts the World of Warcraft community on Twitch

Summit1g blasts the World of Warcraft community on Twitch
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Jaryd 'summit1g' Lazar has urged World of Warcraft fans to back off with their constant demands while watching him play the game on Twitch, after becoming increasingly frustrated by its online community. 

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The popular Twitch streamer has undoubtedly been enjoying the game since he made the switch from GTA RP at the start of June, hosting broadcasts eclipsing the 10 hour mark on a number of occasions. 

However, after being told what to do at every single turn during his June 18 livestream, he decided to address his frustrations very directly - telling them to "shut the fuck up". 

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Summit1g has been streaming World of Warcraft Classic on Twitch.

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Summit1g was accused of ignoring the chat on numerous occasions during the stream, before being told to do "real quests" by a viewer, and his response was firm to say the least. 

"Please listen - shut the fuck up and I'll do whatever the hell I want to," the former CS:GO streamer said, after reading comments from the chat. 

He added: "Jesus, man. This whole World of Warcraft section is like 'your way or the fucking highway'... Suck my fucking dick. I do what I fucking want. Holy shit man, it's fucking incredible."

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Summit has always been somebody that will pick games that he enjoys for his streams - rather than selecting something his audience wants him to play - and when it comes to making gameplay decisions, clearly he doesn't want to be told what to do by other people. 

This isn't the first time that the streamer has been frustrated while playing World of Warcraft, either, after previously being called a "pussy" for not playing the game for longer during broadcasts - despite grinding his way through it for over 11 hours.

Whether or not he will continue playing Blizzard's game in the long-term remains to be seen, but if issues with the community continue to linger, he might eventually turn away from it. 

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