Tyler1 goes bonkers as his Twitch Rivals LoL team goes 10-0 to win event - Dexerto

Tyler1 goes bonkers as his Twitch Rivals LoL team goes 10-0 to win event

Published: 27/Nov/2019 2:01 Updated: 27/Nov/2019 9:36

by Bill Cooney


Streaming star Tyler ‘Tyler1’ Steinkamp didn’t hold back after he and his team took first in the Twitch Rivals League of Legends end-of-season tournament.

Tyler1 and his team the Shadowdogs cruised to a 10-0 first-place finish in the tournament and took home the winner’s share of the $75,000 prize pool.

The streamer definitely seemed pumped about winning the tournament, and the 10-0 run to do it probably just made it all the more awesome.

“Let’s f*cking go, that’s f*cking 10-0 baby, Shadowdogs unleashed,” Tyler1 bellowed. “We unleashed that f*cking swagger – oh I’m light-headed, hold on wait a second.”

As far as we can tell Tyler seemed to fine after winning the tournament, despite his apparent lightheadedness from unleashing his team’s swagger.

The Twitch Rivals was an entertaining one, especially for fans of Tyler’s team, with plenty of clip-worthy moments to choose from.

During a Twitch Rivals match against some of the game’s top stars earlier in the competition, including pros like 100 Thieves’ AnDa and Stunt, the popular streamer and his team locked up a win, and he made sure his opponents knew all about it.

“Kick their f*cking asses, Shadowdogs motherf*ckers!” He shouted as he realized his team was about to wrap up the W, “Sit the f*ck down.”

The Twitch star followed up by playing the Baha Men’s iconic 1998 hit “Who Let the Dogs Out” song for the Shadowdogs to celebrate the impressive win.

Julian “Tarzaned” Farokhian, also a popular LoL streamer and a member of the Shadowdogs alongside Tyler, said he was informed of a 30-day ban just before the last match of the tournament.

“I was told an hour before the tournament that I’m receiving a 30 day ban for harassing another league of legends player,” Tarzaned wrote in a twitlonger.

“This is the first time in 4 years of streaming that I will be getting suspended so it got me very depressed and emotional on stream. I will be going to appeal this and hope for the best.”

The ban definitely puts a dampener on what should have been one of the high points in Tarzaned’s streaming career.

Some fans were confused as to why Twitch informed him of the ban right before the last match of the tournament and not after, but the streaming platform hasn’t commented at the time of writing.


Bryce Hall puts Quen Blackwell on blast after Griffin Johnson TikTok drama

Published: 18/Nov/2020 4:59

by Brad Norton


Following on from Quen Blackwell and Griffin Johnson’s social media clash, Bryce Hall has now jumped into the mix and lashed back at the original post that kickstarted the feud.

If you’re not up to speed on the latest TikTok kerfuffle, don’t stress. Here’s a quick refresher. Two days ago social media celeb Quen Blackwell reacted to a TikTok post featuring Bryce Hall and Addison Rae.

Their relationship has been hot and cold throughout most of the year. Blackwell took the opportunity to joke about the on-again, off-again couple, yelling “no” at the top of lungs in her own post. While Johnson was the first to take issue with her comedic reaction, Hall has now fired back as well.

Rather than calling her out on social media, however, Hall allegedly got in touch and hashed it out directly. It’s clear that things didn’t go down all too well between the pair as he’s since gone on to expose their private conversation.

@quenblackwell##stitch with @addisonre♬ original sound – quenblackwell

“So I confronted her and talked about it,” he said. As it turns out, Blackwell was forthcoming with her intentions. “I only do this for likes and being relatable,” she explained, according to Hall.

“I get it, you’re just doing it for numbers. It had like 1.5 million likes, I get it,” Hall assured. As social media personalities, both have their own audiences and both create content to generate engagement. While that TikTok may have struck a nerve at first, it seemed as though they were able to get on the same page in their chat.

That mutual respect didn’t stand for all too long though. Blackwell claimed she wouldn’t do it again, though that wasn’t the case as she touched on the subject 24 hours later before deleting her videos. “It’s so fake,” Hall said in response.

“Now that she’s deleted the videos, we’re friends again. We’re gonna be like the rest of these social media people and just act as though nothing happens behind the scenes.”

Clearly not too pleased with how the drama unfolded, Hall can at least respect that Blackwell deleted her latest videos. At the time of writing, this seems to be the end of the controversy. Though it could all kick off once more if Blackwell goes back on her word yet again.

We’ll be sure to keep you updated if the latest TikTok drama continues to explode across social media.