Summit1g explains why he might stop streaming GTA RP - Dexerto

Summit1g explains why he might stop streaming GTA RP

Published: 25/Apr/2019 13:36 Updated: 25/Apr/2019 14:24

by David Purcell


Grand Theft Auto RP for quite some time on his Twitch channel, but it looks as if his stint on the game will soon come to an end. 

The popular Twitch streamer, who has over 3.8 million followers on the platform, decided to drop both Sea of Thieves and Apex Legends from his streaming schedule back in March, opting for the world of GTA

However, he has dropped his biggest hint yet about potentially being burnt out from playing the fictional roleplaying experience. It looks like he could be about to change games again. 

Twitch: SsaabSummit1g fans have been enjoying watching GTA RP on his Twitch streams, but that might be about to change.

Summit1g losing interest in GTA RP

For those who aren’t aware, GTA RP is a multiplayer modification that has surged in popularity on Twich, allowing players to take on character and persona to act out their own story in the Rockstar game.

Yet, it seemed like Summit1g had finally exhausted all options in GTA RP during his April 24 stream, talking briefly about not wanting to do anything on the game. 

“How do I explain this feeling? I don’t feel like doing anything today on [GTA] RP,” Summit said during his livestream. “Not even a heist right now, no. Not in the mood for a heist either. I’m debating with myself.” 

What game will Summit1g stream next? 

The streamer sat there for a few moments before deciding to exit the game and return to a survival game that he’s played on stream in the past, Miscreated.

Whether or not that opens up the door for Summit1g’s return to the world of looting pirates in Sea of Thieves, or even Apex Legends, remains to be seen. Clearly, though, it looks as if his time streaming GTA RP could be coming to an end in the near future.


#NateRobinsonChallenge goes viral following insane Jake Paul knockout

Published: 29/Nov/2020 20:03

by Charlotte Colombo


Former NBA player Nate Robinson has found himself at the receiving end of an unfortunate meme on Twitter following his humiliating defeat by Jake Paul in a boxing match on 28 November.

To the shock of many onlookers during the highly-anticipated fight – which was on the undercard of the Mike Tyson and Roy Jones Jr. exhibition fight – Paul was able to KO Robinson after just two rounds in a brief but devastating defeat for the basketball player.

Although Robinson initially started the fight strong and energetic, it didn’t take long for Paul to overpower him. He downed Robinson within the first round before sensationally knocking him out with a powerful punch during Round 2.

As Robinson was floored by Paul’s killer punch, the internet reacted by creating the #NateRobinsonChallenge, which involves people taking pictures of themselves pretending to be knocked out.

The savage trend has spread to both Instagram and Twitter, so Robinson might want to stay away from the internet for a while…

Even Fox Sports couldn’t resist getting in on the latest internet craze, as they joked that NFL player Cam Newton was getting in on the challenge as he was warming up lying face down on the field.

Alongside this challenge, the internet also responded to Robinson’s knockout by immediately making him into a meme, taking inspiration from the likes of The Lion King, Minecraft, and Among Us.

Here’s a selection of some of the best memes so far:


Meanwhile, in an interview following the fight, Jake Paul revealed that after a short break from the ring, he has ambitions to take on some of the biggest fighters in the world.

“There’s a long list of opponents that I want,” Paul said. “Conor McGregor, Dillon Danis, I’m going to knock them both out.”

Paul also claimed that he wanted to fight his own brother, Logan Paul, and Austin McBroom, the latter of whom he has recently been going back and forth in an online feud with.