Team SoloMid’s Ali ‘Myth’ Kabbani showcased his new and improved impression of incredibly popular Twitch streamer Jared ‘summit1g’ Lazar during a recent discussion about keyboard and mouse vs controller.
Aside from his comedic quips and high-level Fortnite gameplay, Myth has become well-known for his ability to take on impressions of his fellow Twitch streamers. The Team SoloMid star made his mark, and cultivated a friendship, after he started talking like Felix ‘xQc’ Lengyel in games of Fortnite and Overwatch.
It didn’t take long for the pair to meet up at TwitchCon and for Myth to give a demonstration of his impression to xQc in-person. Fans may still be waiting on the unlikely duo to pair up and take on games while talking in the same voice, but Myth has already started taking on the task of perfecting new impressions.
During his January 3 stream, the popular streamer had been continuing his deep dive into the controller versus keyboard and mouse war when he switched his focus to the recent issues with Halo which prompted Summit to give up and uninstall the game.
“I seen Summit’s video,” noted Myth in his normal before switching up and going into his impression of the incredible popular variety streamer.
“He said, alright listen here chat look, you guys talk about f*cking Halo right, keyboard and f*cking mouse players alright, I can’t f*cking six shot and you guys say yes, it’s not about f*cking six-shot Summit, you just got to know the maps, play and have the game knowledge,” Myth said, mimicking Lazar with some incredible accuracy.
Of course, it’s not his first take on the variety streaming extraordinaire, as he showcased his first attempt of an impression back in August – quickly recanting his classic outro.
However, the new attempt shows just how talented Myth can be with his impressions and just how much he’s improved when it comes to Summit. Who knows, he might soon be able to tackle people like Dr Disrespect, Shroud, and even Tfue.