Summit is a veteran on Twitch, and has amassed a massive following on the platform, streaming games like CS:GO, Grand Theft Auto and everything in between, even recently returning to popular MMO World of Warcraft.
As a result, the 32-year-old is currently the fifth most followed channel on the platform, with over 3.8 million followers according to SocialBlade; beaten only by Tyler ‘Ninja’ Blevins, Turner ‘Tfue’ Tenney, Michael ‘shroud’ Grzesiek and Ali ‘Myth’ Kabbani.
Hot on his heels is Dr Disrespect, who exploded in popularity in 2017, and currently sits on over 3.4 million followers, thanks to his over-the-top competitive persona and state of the art streaming setup.
When a viewer suggested that Summit could take credit for "making" Ninja popular, Lazar modestly dismissed the idea.
The ex-CS:GO player was asked whether he was a factor in Ninja’s development during the H1Z1 days, but admitted he didn’t help the Fortnite star at all, only Dr Disrespect.
Suggesting that the Doc’s personality isn’t the real reason for his success, summit1g jests that he “made” him into the streamer he is today.
He joked: “I definitely didn’t make anybody – except for the Doc. I take full responsibility for that.”
The pair have gone back and forth in the last few weeks with Doc’s Splitgate skills sending Summit into hysterics before the Two-time Champion fired back by hilariously casting a clip of Summit’s epic fails.
A potential Halo 1v1 match has been rumored for a while now but is yet to be announced – only then will we find out who the true king of Twitch is.